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Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota showed how level-headed he is in keeping refs from throwing a flag on a late-hit penalty against UCLA.
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The smoke continues to clear, but there’s still a ton of crashes that lie ahead. Here’s our Week 10 college football rankings, along with the updated BCS standings, AP Top 25 and latest USA Today Coaches Poll. Photo Via Deadspin.com Just Missed The Cut: Georgia Bulldogs (4-3): Look to rebound from back-to-back losses at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, FL on Nov. 2 against...
When I was a kid the coolest thing I can remember getting for my birthday was an octagonal fish tank (I had asked for a Transformer toy). As I got older I had friends buy me drinks, girlfriends take me out to dinner (steak of course), and some other pretty neat things, but nothing quite like what the quarterback of the Oregon Ducks, Marcus Mariota, got--the cover of Sports Illustrated...
Marcus Mariota, QB Oregon – Mariota needed a big win over a ranked team to justify the Heisman hype he has received and he delivered in a big way. He completed 21 of 28 passes for 230 yards and a touchdown in a 42-14 win over UCLA. For the first time this season, the sophomore quarterback did not have a rushing touchdown. Jameis Winston, QB Florida State – Winston had another...
Tuesday, Maxwell Football Club President Ron Jaworski released the Maxwell Award and the Chuck Bednarik Award semifinalists as chosen by the Maxwell Football Club Selection Committee. The Maxwell is awarded to "the Collegiate Player of the Year" and the Bednarik is for "the Outstanding Defensive Player of the Year".A noticeable snub from the Maxwell list of...
Unlike the Ducks’ other opponents this season, the UCLA Bruins did not find themselves buried under a huge deficit at halftime. The Duck mascot, who is well known for matching each Oregon score with pushups, was surprisingly well-rested, even taking a nap at one point. Any defense that can contain Mariota, De’Anthony Thomas, Huff, and Byron Marshall for an entire half is doing...
A compilation of video lowlights from the UCLA game that includes the cheap shots, late hits and flagrant acts of taunting from the Bruin defense in a 42-14 Oregon victory. Bralon Addison provides the perfect answer at the end of tape, faking Zumwalt out of his shoes. Even then the linebacker tries a leg whip after Addison posterizes him.
Oregon punt protector Rodney Hardrick goes 66 yards to the UCLA 10 to set up the Ducks' first touchdown on an early fake punt from the Duck's own 25.
Oregon 42, UCLA 14
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EUGENE -- Oregon redshirt freshman Reggie Daniels along with his teammates are in the middle of a bye week before taking on Stanford on Nov. 7, 2013 in a Thursday night game. On Tuesday, Oct. 30, Daniels talks with Erik Skopil of eDuck.com about how things are going for the talented safety.
Many teams are two-thirds through their schedule at point of the season and we now have three legitimate Heisman candidates that have distanced themselves from the rest of the field. It's still possible that someone could rise up and challenge this trio of players but for now, it's their race to win or lose.
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Another major defensive end is off the board at Arlington (TX) Martin High School. It was in the company of his coaches, teammates and his parents following Monday morning weights that Justin Hollins announced his commitment to the Oregon Ducks. Video inside.