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The University of Oregon Head Football Coach Mark Helfrich announced on Saturday that defensive back James Scales has been dismissed from the team for violation of unspecified team rules.
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In Mark Helfrich, 39, Scott Frost 38, and Matt Lubick, 41, Oregon football has gained an infusion of youth and energy at the core of its leadership. It's already paying dividends with the recent commit of Devon Allen, strong interest by offensive lineman Cameron Hunt, and renewed enthusiasm from verbal commits Thomas Tyner and the Robinson twins.
Helfrich and his staff moved...
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The Oregon Ducks knew who their next head coach was going to be even before Chip Kelly made his decision to leave. According to George Schroeder from USA Today Sports, the University of Oregon planned to promote offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich if Kelly spurned them for the NFL.
Sure enough, Kelly is gone, and Helfrich has become the new face of the team...
With Oregon’s starting point guard out for the season one must wonder how the ducks will fare for the rest of the season. Artis averaged 10.2 ppg for the ducks so far this season and they have been 6-0 since the christmas. Artis is expected to come back this season but when is the question?
Dominic Artis, who as a freshman has started all 19 games at point...
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Michael Corcoran looks at Texas A&M Heisman Trophy Winning starting quarterback Johnny Manziel's family history. Manziel is the first person of Lebanese decent to win the Heisman. Corcoan also reminds readers that Manziel's great-grandfather was an oil wildcatter and that yes, Johnny Manziel has more...
The Oregon Ducks notched the 18th win of the season and improved to 18-2 and 7-0 in the Pac-12 Conference race. eDuck.com subscribers followed the game in chat.
Phoenix (Ariz.) Brophy Prep dual sport star, Devon Allen, has committed to play football and run track for the Oregon Ducks...
Sunday Chat was about recruiting as the Oregon Ducks readies itself to receive the signatures of prospective student-athletes on Feb. 6, 2013.