Found October 08, 2013 on
Oregon’s players definitely have the right to be confident heading into any matchup, but they’d be wise to take a few of their opponents more seriously than others. The Ducks travel to Husky Stadium for a tilt with No. 16 Washington this Saturday in what’s being billed as a “blackout” for fans, so the atmosphere is expected to be pretty rowdy. Still, Oregon sophomore tight end Pharaoh Brown is already calling the matchup a win for the No. 2 Ducks.
“@CollegeGameDay: Oregon has won 9 straight games over Washington. #UOvsWASH”ABOUT TO BE 10
— Pharaoh Brown (@Callme_P_RO) October 8, 2013
I’m not sure that Steve Sarkisian has any more capacity for anger this week after his media battle with Stanford coach David Shaw, but if he does, perhaps he’ll use this as bulletin board material.
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Yesterday on Comcast Sports Northwest, Jordan Kent, Anthony Newman and Joey Harrington were talking about Marcus Mariota. Is it a concern he hasn't played in a fourth quarter this year? Kent asked. Harrington said it was, a little bit, but he went on to say that "I think that he's the greatest quarterback to ever suit up for the Oregon Ducks." Quite a statement...
Honestly, it's Marcus Mariota's world and we all just live in it.There are some things that have impressed me this college football season, Mariota being one of them. The Oregon Ducks quarterback just rolls up high numbers, runs to daylight and continues to take Oregon to heights unknown. This week, the numbers weren't bad. The Ducks feasted on the Colorado Buffaloes...
Many were surprised when it was announced on Sunday night that tight end Colt Lyerla was leaving the Oregon Ducks football program. Lyerla had problems throughout his college football career, but a lot of people probably figured the two sides would work things out. Instead, Lyerla has left the team, dropped out of school and […]
Oregon's season has come with a few speed bumps, but the No. 2 Ducks have managed just fine.
Star running back De'Anthony Thomas sprained his ankle; tight end Colt Lyerla is gone, although his departure is not expected to have much impact.
Next up for Oregon (5-0, 2-0 Pac-12) is Saturday's game at Washington (4-1, 1-1).
Lyerla left the team Sunday, a day after he missed...
In what might be seen as Nike’s boldest move since it began its deal as the official on-field apparel brand of the NFL last season, the world’s largest shoe and apparel company unveiled its Pro Bowl uniforms Tuesday morning.
Gone are the blue and red that have represented the NFC and AFC teams, respectively. The new colors? Bright orange and volt yellow, the color that Nike has...
EUGENE- To no one's surprise, less than 24 hours after the departure of tight end Colt Lyerla, the Oregon Ducks were already onto Husky prep week, the absence of a former star already in the rear view mirror.
Washington just lost a heartbreaker, 31-28, to the No. 5 team in the country, the Stanford Cardinal. But the Huskies will have no time to lick their wounds – the No. 2 ranked Oregon Ducks are coming to town this weekend.
The school has been hyping this one up for a few weeks now, and has released a two-part video series announcing a stadium “blackout” for the affair. Here...
There will be a few solid college football games being played this weekend. One of them will be the undefeated Oregon Ducks taking on the Washington Huskies. Both are ranked. Both are good, but in the end only one can win.
Everyone expects it to be Oregon of course, but should Washington pull off the win the team will be ready to head to the club and celebrate directly from the...
The 2014 NFL Pro Bowl uniforms received a bold new makeover, with styling reminiscent of college football fashions. Fans have likened the threads to those worn by the Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers football teams. The Nike-designed gridiron gear is a break from the traditional red and blue hues typically associated with the Pro Bowl game.
The game’s top players will take...
Good morning. I’m ready for this weekend. You?
Apparently the Oregon Ducks are going to the Pro Bowl.
Given what I know about O.Co Coliseum, I’m just surprised nothing caught fire.
We have our first team in a League Championship Series, and it is the Dodgers.
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