Posted August 06, 2012 on
Eugene -- The 2012 Oregon football season started today with Media Day. Oregon Head Football Coach Chip Kelly told assembled media that the Ducks conducted a walk-through this morning and will hold the first practice session this afternoon. Oregon is the three-time straight defending conference champion and won the 2012 Rose Bowl by defeating Wisconsin, 45-38.
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Oregon’s Kyle Long looks surprised to be wearing a relatively normal Oregon jersey. Photo: Oregon Athletics.
Oregon figures to wear a number of uniform combinations this season, but we got a first glimpse of one of their standard, perhaps more relatively plain, looks today. The green uniforms includes a semi-reflective metallic numbering and lettering...
Many fans say the Ducks won't miss Darron Thomas, and they may very well be right. Bennett and Mariota have a world of talent. Each are better athletes than Thomas, faster, better throwers and runners.
But they don't have 26 career wins and 66 td passes, both Oregon records. Thomas did. Over his last five games as a Duck he tossed 14 tds against just two interceptions with...
The Oregon Ducks opened camp Monday and as expected, the lingering quarterback questions took center stage.
Freshman Marcus Mariota and sophomore Bryan Bennett have 22 practices over the next three weeks to win the starting job for the Ducks' season opener against Arkansas State on Sept. 1.
It's a battle that began during the spring and carried over through voluntary workouts...
Darron Thomas’ decision to enter the NFL Draft caught some by surprise, but Oregon isn’t expecting to have much of a drop in production from its...
Oregon senior defensive end Dion Jordan is already on a couple of post-season awards watch lists, so naturally, most think of him as the leader of the Duck defensive line, a title he is willing to take. Jordan like the role but admits he has some help. He also likes the new faces that are now on the Oregon roster.
Eugene -- Oregon senior offensive lineman Carson York was a key part of the Ducks' offense last year and fans held their collective breath when he left the playing field during the third quarter of the 2012 Rose Bowl against Wisconsin with a knee injury. On Monday, Oregon held its media day and York was available to update fans on his playing status.