Posted August 20, 2013 on
PLAYERS: Dwayne Stanford
TEAMS: Oregon Ducks
EUGENE, Ore. -- Even though he won't talk about the injury that sidelined him during spring workouts, Oregon wide receiver Dwayne Stanford is back practicing and ready to go as the Ducks finish out fall camp and get ready for Nicholls State University on Aug. 31 at Autzen Stadium.

Oregon Ducks fall camp: everybody's ready to hit somebody. ...

Running backs coach Gary Campbell is back at practice, and so is receiver Dwayne Stanford. The Ducks are tired of hitting each other. Linebacking proceeds by committee. Jake Rodrigues is a playmaker, Jeff Lockie is cerebral, and Dustin Haines is the holder. Everything clear so far? The Oregon offensive line lags behind the defensive line, which thus far looks massive and dominating...

Avery Patterson's long road back might end in Pasadena

Nine days. That's barely more than a week after eight months of waiting. Ask Avery Patterson how long that was. Patterson's made a full recovery from a torn ACL, a courageous and thorough rehab that rivaled Adrian Peterson's in its intensity. A senior leader with an inspiring story, he'll be one of the Ducks counted on in a very strong secondary this season.  ...

The Pac-12's Top 25 Games to Watch in 2013

The Oregon Ducks were 33-3 in Pac-12 play under former head coach Chip Kelly. He won three conference championships in those four seasons and played...

Why are tickets still available for Oregon’s opening game?

Nicholls State Showdown! At the end of the 2012 college football season the Oregon Ducks found themselves with a 12-1 record, sitting in the No. 2 position in the polls, and with one of the more talented quarterbacks in the nation, Marcus Mariota.  Though Chip Kelly left to pursue an NFL career with the Eagles, a few key starters on defense saw their names called in the NFL Draft...

Decision day looms for Oregon coaches with final preseason scrimmage set for tomorrow

Oregon coaches face some hard decisions after tomorrow's scrimmage. Somebody has to be on the Scout Team. The squad limit for conference road games is 70. All through fall camp, young players like Danny Mattingly, Johnny Mundt, Chris Seisay and Darren Carrington have challenged for playing time. They've made big plays in position drills, stood out in 11-on-11, racked up...

Johnstone on Fall Camp

EUGENE, Ore. -- Offensive tackle Tyler Johnstone spoke to regarding fall camp as the Ducks are ready to start game week preparations against Nicholls State University on Aug. 31, 2013 at Autzen Stadium.

Maldonado Competing for Three Positions

EUGENE, Ore., -- Oregon's senior kicker Alejandro Maldonado is ready for the season to start and he could be used this season as a place kicker for kickoffs, field goals or extra points and he could also be a punter.

Video: Oregon Ducks’ facilities teased in great new feature

The Oregon Ducks' new football facilities are teased in this great new featured. Perhaps it's time we pick our collective jaws off the ground and just giggle at how nuts the college football arms race has become.

New Oregon Ducks hype video from reader Ron H, with some classic Staples singers for background

A Duck tribute video with a smooth groove, great photos and "I'll take you there" for background, by DSH reader duckified.

Countdown to kickoff, August 20th

Kellen Clemens just wants to point this out: there are just 11 days until the kickoff of Oregon Ducks football.   (Bruce Ely, photo)

Siri has a favorite college football team

Apple iPhone’s assistant Siri has a favorite college football team, and that team is the Oregon State Beavers because they are apparently underdogs.  Looks like the big schools in Oregon have control of some major companies.  The Oregon Ducks have Nike backing them up and the Beavers have Apple.  This isn’t the first time that Apple has done something special like this with...
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