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It was just a few days ago that Oregon unveiled the new ‘Mach Speed’ uniforms it’ll be wearing against Texas in the upcoming Valero Alamo Bowl. Today, we’re getting a look at what the Ducks will be wearing on…and under their feet. Via Uni Swag, Ducks wideout B.J. Kelley took a photo of the underside of Oregon’s cleats. EXCLUSIVE look at the new cleats for the Ducks in the Alamo Bowl from our friend @OMEGAKELLEYY #uniswag pic.twitter.com/2SCxV2h8eU — Uni Swag (@Uniformswag) December 27, 2013 My first thought here? It’s a shame that they have to get dirty.
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Longtime Oregon defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti announced Friday that he will retire following next week's game against Texas in the Alamo Bowl.
Aliotti has spent 24 years with the Ducks, including 17 as defensive coordinator. He said it was time to step away from football after 38 years in coaching, including a brief stint in the NFL with St. Louis as an assistant in the...
Duck safety Brian Jackson interviews Nick Aliotti for Oregon Duck Football News. Jackson may have a long career as a studio analyst or a sideline reporter if he wants one after football:
SAN ANTONIO -- Oregon junior center Hroniss Grasu answers media questions and talks about the Ducks regaining "mojo" as they prepare for the test with Texas on Monday Dec. 30, 2013, at the Valero Alamo Bowl.
Nick Aliotti will retire as the Oregon Ducks defensive coordinator following the Alamo Bowl against Texas.
The Oregon Ducks always have to do something bigger, better and flashier. This year their Alamo Bowl design has wings in it and you have to wonder if this will be their end zone design for next year at Autzen Stadium, since the end zone designs in Bowl Games typically reflect teams actual end zones.
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Longtime Oregon defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti said Friday he will retire following next week's game against Texas in the Alamo Bowl, revealing that he wanted to step away after last season but didn't once Chip Kelly bolted for the NFL.
Aliotti has spent 24 years with the Ducks, including 17 as defensive coordinator. After Oregon won the Fiesta Bowl last season, Aliotti...
SAN ANTONIO -- Oregon junior wide receiver Keanon Lowe responds to questions about playing in the Alamo Bowl. Lowe and his teammates will face Texas on Monday, Dec. 30, 2013 in the Valero Alamo Bowl.
Nike must have spent a fortune planning this extravagant end zone design for the Oregon Ducks in the Alamo Bowl. Per usual, Nike does it right because this looks sick!
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SAN ANTONIO -- Taylor Hart talks about his reaction to the news that defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti is retiring following the Alamo Bowl on Dec. 30, 2013. Hart also talks about the effect of Oregon's two losses could have on the upcoming game against Texas.
SAN ANTONIO - Oregon defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti, DE Taylor Hart and Tony Washington, S Brian Jackson, LB Derrick Malone and CB Ifo-Ekpre Olomu respond to questions. Aliotti's retirement was announced moments before the media conference and he spoke briefly about the decision to retire.
SAN ANTONIO -- Oregon Offensive Coordinator Scott Frost, center Hroniss Grasu, wide receiver Josh Huff, wide receiver Keanon Lowe, running back Byron Marshall and quarterback Marcus Mariota answered questions from the media on Dec. 28, 2013. The Ducks meet the Texas Longhorns on Monday in the Valero Alamo Bowl.
SAN ANTONIO -- Oregon senior wide receiver Josh Huff talks about playing in the Alamo Dome and what might be his future.
SAN ANTONIO -- Oregon Offensive Coordinator talks about the closeness within the Oregon Ducks. Oregon will face Texas in the Alamo Bowl on Dec. 30, 2013.
Although he has one of the highest-scoring clubs in the nation, coach Dana Altman realizes Oregon can't rely on its offense alone to reach its goals in the Pac-12.
He's hoping the Ducks can improve their defense and rebounding in time for the start of conference play.
Playing for the first time in eight days, No. 12 Oregon looks to extend its best start in seven years in...
EUGENE - Along with a perfect start through 11 games, the Oregon Ducks are drawing national attention as the country's highest scoring team.