Posted April 04, 2012 on
The Oregon Ducks began spring football on Tuesday with 93 athletes on the roster. The most notable additions were defensive lineman Arik Armstead and tight end Evan Baylis both true freshmen that enrolled for the first day of spring term on Monday and also Jake Rodrigues, another freshman, who was enrolled for winter term.
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Spring Practice Starts at UOSpring practice has started for the Oregon Ducks and there are many interesting things to follow for the Ducks:
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Quarterback competition between redshirt sophomore Bryan Bennett and redshirt freshman Marcus Mariota
It will be interesting to see who makes the best first strides into being the Ducks next starting QB, as neither...
The Oregon Ducks have opened spring practice without an audience and a couple of familiar faces from last year's Rose Bowl-winning team. But their speed is still there.
Oregon coach Chip Kelly says he was pleased with the tempo of the first of 15 practices this month.
This is the first year that Oregon has closed drills to supporters, as well as the media. While some fans weren...
The pipeline from the storied Crespi football program to Eugene has been strong in recent years, and only appears to be getting stronger as Encino (CA) Crespi Carmelite safety Brandon Arnold has the Oregon Ducks firmly a top his list of favorites.
EUGENE – University of Oregon football coach Chip Kelly confirmed that running back Tra Carson did not return to school for the start of the spring term classes Monday, and intends to transfer closer to home.
After putting their finishing touches on a historic 2011 season with a third conference championship and first Rose Bowl win in 95 years, the Oregon Ducks returned to the practice field Tuesday afternoon secluded from the media and general public, though focused on 2012.
The three-time defending Pac-12 Champion Oregon Ducks begin the 15-practice spring workout on Tuesday, with only the annual spring game open to the public on April 28. The Ducks hope to find a replacement for departed quarterback Darron Thomas and will also introduce two additional newcomers to the team.
After being rained out Friday night, the Sun Devil baseball team was unable to shake a cold streak this weekend, suffering a sweep to the Oregon Ducks in Eugene, Ore.