Found January 30, 2012 on
The Duck Stops Here:
The Ducks have 19 verbal commits, including the newest and splashiest one, Arik Armstead. Counting Darron Thomas' full ride they have about six more scholarships to award. Here are the targets for those crucial six additions:
The 6-2, 215-lb. safety is deciding between Washington, Oregon and Cal. Speculation centers around Washington as Thompson just took a weekend visit there, has a close friend on the team, and has developed a bond with new Washington coach Tosh Lupoi.
Bralon Addison and Chance Allen
The two swift, athletic wide receivers visited Oregon this week and are childhood friends, playing at rival schools a few miles from each other in Missouri City, Texas. Both originally committed to other schools but came away impressed by their Oregon visit.
Profiled Sunday in The Duck Stops Here, Brostek is a 6-3, 300-lb. offensive lineman from Hawaii with tremendous agility for his size, able to pull, slide-step and block downfield, a great fit...
BEST OF MAXIM
Last week, Oregon Sports News columnist Max Price praised Oregon’s Chip Kelly for making, what Price repeatedly called, a “wise” decision. Price’s point proves salient. Kelly’s career compares favorably to that of Dennis Erickson, insofar as both men our offensive savants. Though Erickson burned out of Arizona, his incarnation of the spread attack laid the groundwork for...
Jackson Rice, the thinking fan's punter, who has proved to be a weapon for the Oregon defense with his laser-accurate shots inside the ten yard line, graduates after the 2012 season. The Ducks may have picked up a great candidate to succeed him in Dylan Ausherman, who made his verbal commitment Monday after a weekend visit.
6-3 180 from College of the Sequoias in California...
It means the Ducks have another big, strong body at the defensive end position, a spot where they were thin in numbers. Armstead is, at last report, 6-8, 295. He has good quickness and strength, so he's an excellent candidate to join the rotation at Terrell Turner's strong side defensive end spot as a true freshman. He's enrolling for spring term and will be able to participate...
Designated by the Mayans as a year of doom, in recruiting circles, it's a year of plenty and prosperity in the market for offensive linemen.
In spite of the bounty the Ducks have gone bust in their search for big guys this recruiting cycle. Zach Banner, Josh Garnett, Andrus Peat, Kyle Murphy and others have passed through town or exchanged a few phone calls before crossing the...
The Oregon Ducks picked up a replacement for the departed Jackson Rice when Dylan Ausherman, 6-3, 180, a sophomore at the College of the Sequoias and the Chris Sailor kicking camps, announced via Twitter his intentions to commit.
Scout.com's No. 1 offensive lineman and No. 2 overall student athlete in the 2012 recruiting class, Arik Armstead has selected the Oregon Ducks as his choice for the school he will enroll. Armstead made his announcement today.
Darron Thomas was a capable leader who won 23 games. He made good decisions and limited his turnovers, distributing the ball effectively to a talented array of offensive weapons. The Ducks won two conference championships with Thomas at the controls, but now he's gone, and it's time for new leadership and a new look.
This is Kenjon Barner's team now, and the mature,...
The Oregon Ducks scored big with the commitment of DL Arik Armstead and Rivals.com analyst Adam Gorney takes a look at it in this video.
University of Oregon Ducks downed the Spartans 5-2 in the second home match of the season
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