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Oregon junior running back LaMichael James will declare for the NFL draft, a school source told The Oregonian on Wednesday.
James has rushed for 1,646 yards and 17 touchdowns despite missing two games with a dislocated elbow.
The 5-foot-9, 185-pound James was a Heisman Trophy finalist last year, but fell out of the race this season after being injured on Oct. 6 against California.
There was speculation last season that James might bolt for the NFL, but he announced before the BCS championship game against Auburn that he was staying.
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LaMichael James• According to Aaron Fentress and sources inside the Oregon football program, LMJ will play his last game as a Duck on January 2nd.I wish him the best of luck but will sure miss seeing him run for TD's at Autzen.GO DUCKS!
Oregon running back LaMichael James says he isn’t ready to announce his intentions for the NFL draft, but a report out of Oregon says he’s already made up his mind. A source within the Oregon football program told the Oregonian that James has decided to declare for the NFL draft after the Rose Bowl, via…
NWSportsBeat.com Oregon sports blogger Matthew Martz tells us his reasons and projections for why the 2012 Rose Bowl will be won by the Oregon Ducks football team. A little LaMichael James, Kenjon Barner and De'Anthony Thomas, plus the fact that the Ducks outran the Badgers by nearly 800 yards on the year for starters.
The Oregon Ducks were looking to add a defensive tackle to their 2012 recruiting class, and last week landed a player tucked away at an Iowa junior college.
The Oregon Ducks offered one of the nation's top-ranked OL last week but it may have come too late.
As the Ducks approach the 2012 Rose Bowl, to be played Monday, January 2, 2012, Ducks Sports Authority will take you deeper into the match-ups between the Big 10 Champion Wisconsin Badgers (11-2) and the Pac-12 champion Oregon Ducks (11-2) position by position.
In today's article, we take an in-depth look at the defensive tackles for the Badgers and the Ducks.
E.J. Singler scored 19 points and Oregon held off a late rally by Portland State to win 79-70 on Monday.