Posted January 24, 2013 on
According to oregonlive.com, The Oregonian newspaper's website, Oregon wide receiver Josh Huff was found not guilty on Thursday afternoon of Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana charges.
BEST OF MAXIM
So I came across the Twitter page of De'Anthony Thomas last night, and my oh my, was that a fantastic discovery.
If you're unaware of who Thomas is, he's a star running back/wide receiver/returner (he's arguably the most electrifying player in college football) that just finished his sophomore season at the University of Oregon. And the first things I learned about...
Keeping it in the family
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...
Making a Run
Last year the Oregon Ducks were heading into their 2012 college football season with questions surrounding a few key positions. Could Marcus Mariota be the real deal at quarterback and succeed as a freshman in the Pac-12? Would the Oregon secondary be able to improve upon their 2011 statistics despite the loss of John Boyett? Could Kenjon Barner replace the productivity...
If you asked the Pac-12 media where the Oregon Ducks would be at this point in the 2012/2013 college basketball season before the year started, you would be hard pressed to find anybody who would have predicted that Oregon would be standing at the top of the Pac-12 with a perfect 5-0 record in conference play and 16-2 record overall.
Using a talented roster...
Phoenix (Ariz.) Brophy Prep dual sport star, Devon Allen, has committed to play football and run track for the Oregon Ducks...
The Oregon Ducks extended the perfect conference win streak on Wednesday night by downing the Washington State Cougars 68-61. Subscribers to eDuck.com joined together in chat to follow the game and discuss what is going with football recruiting.