Posted August 29, 2012 on
EUGENE -- You have probably heard by now, there were more than a few rumors about Bryan Bennett transferring from the Oregon football program. While most of those rumors were dispelled last night with sources stating that Bennett would remain with the program, there was clear anticipation surrounding Oregon's practice this afternoon.
BEST OF MAXIM
Forget any high-ranking recruit that may come to Eugene next February. On Tuesday night, the Ducks received the best player-related news that they could have.
Bryan Bennett, the sophomore quarterback, was staying at Oregon. Bennett, who on Friday learned that Marcus Mariota would be the starter opening night against Arkansas State, was set to leave the school. He shook his teammate...
Breaking news this afternoon out of Eugene. We're still trying to get the complete story for you.
This week Bryan Bennett lost the starting QB job at Oregon to Incoming freshman Marcus Mariota. We're hearing its possible that Bennett is leaving the program.
A source close to the program told The Oregonian that it is his understanding that Bennett is leaving but that nothing...
Head Coach: Chip Kelly (34-6, entering his 4th season) The Story: Under Chip Kelly (with a little help from Phil Knight’s checkbook), the Ducks have rose to national prominence. Over the last three seasons, they have played in two Rose Bowls (winning one) and a BCS Championship game. Kelly has ridden the wave of his [...]
A while ago we featured an article with the best five Oregon Ducks song parodies on YouTube.
Looks like we've got a new one to add to the list.
Inspired by PSY's "Gungnam Style" the Duck was apparently bored, so look what he did the other day.
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Good times Eugene. Good times.
Watch out, Arkansas State.
The Oregon Ducks are set to kick off the 2012 college football season; and with anticipation at its highest, September can’t get here any sooner.
Although this year’s season opener isn’t nearly the eye-grabber that last year’s matchup was against LSU, it’s still a time for Ducks fans to rejoice.
This season has potential to be special, but with...
EUGENE -- Oregon Head Coach Chip Kelly held his first weekly media conference of the 2012 season as the Ducks prepare for Saturday's showdown with Arkansas State at Autzen Stadium. eDuck.com's Erik Skopil, Steve Summers and Chris Anderson discuss what Kelly had to say.
Bryan Bennett’s recent confirmation that he will be staying on board with the Ducks’ football program has many sighing in relief.
For some, the loss of Bennett stood to make or break the Ducks, but a closer look at the program shows there was little reason to fret. Yes, we’re all glad Bennett is staying and he’s certainly the caliber of quarterback the team would be lucky...
Apparently former Ducks quarterback Nate Costa believes the talent level is not as good as it used to be. You be the judge.
In just two days the Oregon Ducks will be taking on the Arkansas State Red Wolves to kick off their highly anticipated 2012 season. For many players, coaches, and fans, that is a big relief, especially when taking into account how hectic the past few weeks have been for the Ducks.
The first question asked Chip Kelly during his weekly media conference held on Tuesday was just how would the up-tempo pace that both his team and the opponents on Saturday at Autzen Stadium affect the substitution patterns for Oregon defenders?