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Earlier this week Aaron Fentress and Ken Goe of the Oregonian provided a cogent breakdown of all the reasons Darron Thomas should be the Oregon starter. He has experience in big games. He's proven himself with an 18-2 record, the only losses to a National Champion and the current #1 team. As a sophomore first-year starter he threw for 2881 yards and 30 touchdowns while rushing for another 486 and five touchdowns, while operating one of the most efficient offenses in the country. With his experience and command of what Oregon wants to do, he gives the Ducks the best chance to win in five big games needed to make the Rose Bowl. Bryan Bennett is a great talent, but he's a year and two offseasons away from being fully groomed to take the reins fulltime. He was impressive and eye-opening sparking the Ducks to their last three wins, but Bennett needs more time in the film room and on the practice field. completing just over 52% of his passes in an offense that provides a lot of s...
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Nobody is doubting that Darron Thomas remains the Ducks' starting quarterback. But he needs to play well Saturday for two reasons.
You know this the week RATTLEHEAD has been waiting for all year long! It's time to give those Oregon Ducks a farking they'll never forget. This time he's even enlisted some help - in the form of POSTAL91 - and the two of them have got Chip Kelly, LaMichael James and Darron Thomas on lock down. Add in a fark or two about Lane K., and you're all set heading into...
Dieter, the 6-3 statistical wunderkind from South Bend, Indiana, on the trail of assassinating several national records for receiving yards and touchdowns, has scheduled an Oregon visit for November. coming West for the game against USC. His Washington High team has made the sectional championships, with Dieter named ABC's National High School Athlete of the Month for October...
The Oregon Ducks face another huge challenge this weekend when they travel north to take on Washington in a huge rivalry game. LaMichael James gives his take in this video.
As much as its fans would love the day to arrive where Oregon's Chip Kelly and Washington's Steve Sarkisian are catapulting barbs across the Columbia River and adding to the vitriol already provided by fans, it's not going to happen anytime soon. Politically correct may be boring, but it's the road Kelly and Sarkisian are traveling when it comes to the Ducks and Huskies.
In spite of several rumors to the contrary, Darron Thomas is still Oregon’s starting quarterback. The Washington Huskies got a big game from running back Chris Polk last week, as he ran for five touchdowns. Louisiana State’s Deangelo Peterson’s thoughts on Alabama’s linebackers: they’re “slow”. Quarterback Tyler Tettleton is having quite a sophomore season for Ohio...
Washington Huskies blogger K-Shell weighs in with the top 5 reasons he hates the Oregon Ducks football team so much. It's Pac 12 rivalry week folks. Chris Polk vs. LaMichael James, Keith Price vs. Darron Thomas, Steve Sarkisian vs. Chip Kelly. Ducks fans are the worst homers ever.
This week, Duck Sports Authority will be looking at team statistics for the Oregon Ducks, and those of the upcoming Duck opponent, University of Washington.
In this continuing series from Duck Sports Authority we bring you the head-to-head match-ups of the Oregon Ducks and Washington Huskies. Today the focus is on offense.
Coach Chip Kelly wants Oregon to treat every game like the most important one of the season, and he doesn't care about the opponent - not even Washington.
As they get healthier, Darron Thomas and LaMichael James may keep the Ducks rolling into what looks like their toughest stretch.
Thomas and James will try to help keep sixth-ranked Oregon unbeaten in the Pac-12 by leading...