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When Colt Lyerla abruptly announced his departure from the Oregon Ducks on October 6th and his withdrawal as a student from the University of Oregon, it was met with surprise and shock in the media. But as the saga unravels, there are an increasing number of voices that say, while his departure was abrupt, it wasn’t exactly impossible to predict.
In his time in Eugene, Lyerla has embodied a tension between the reality of playing Division I football for an elite team and the delusions of a teenager able to capture the attention of millions simply by being tall, strong and fast. Apparently that tension became too much for him, culminating in his departure from the team, a decision that will almost surely end badly for the promising young tight end.
In the world of reality, Colt Lyerla came from an All-American high school career at Hillsboro High in Hillsboro, Oregon and made an immediate impact for the Ducks. His first year saw him score 11 touchdowns on just 32 catches, wh...
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We give the Oregon Ducks football team a good amount of grief for having (what feels like) a new uniform each week, but this latest iteration is one we fully support. The Ducks will be sporting pink helmets and gloves in order to raise money for cancer awareness and research. They will be auctioning off 25 of the helmets in support of the Kay Yow Cancer Fund, which is a charity...
Oregon wide receiver Josh Huff went off on Twitter after the NCAA shut down his birthday party plans.
The second-ranked Oregon Ducks are again making a bold fashion statement, but this time it's for a good cause.
The Ducks will wear pink helmets, along with pink cleats, socks and gloves, when they play the Washington Cougars on Saturday night at Autzen Stadium. Black pants and black jerseys will complete the ensemble.
Already known for their fashion-forward uniforms, Oregon...
The college football season is well underway, and as of right now, Alabama is ranked #1 and the Oregon Ducks are #2. The Ducks have dominated offensively scoring over 50 points on all opponents except the then ranked #16 Washington where the final score was 45-24.
Bleacher Report now has gotten wind of the latest on the Ducks’ campus, where ‘We Want Bama’ tshirts are being...
The Oregon Ducks, the college football team credited for revolutionizing the uniform aspect forever, will be donning new uniforms on Saturday in support of breast cancer awareness.
In its typical style and flamboyance, the No. 2 Ducks are set to wear pink helmets for the first time in school history. Players will also be wearing pink gloves, pink shoes, and pink socks to go with...
The University of Oregon has become almost as well known for its many fashion-forward uniforms as it's high-powered offense. This weekend against Washington State it's going to be wearing another new one, and this time its pink.
In honor of breast cancer awareness the Ducks will be breaking out the pink gear, but there efforts are going to...
Although we are just halfway through the college football regular season, the No. 2 Oregon Ducks are already looking ahead to the postseason.
Seen here is the shirt that is reportedly being sold on Oregon's campus. As you can see, the Ducks really want a shot at the No. 1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide, which they may get when all is said and done.
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Oregon changes their uniforms and helmets each week so most times it’s hard to know if they have worn certain ones before. There is no doubt the one this week is brand new. The Oregon Ducks will wear pink helmets and gear for this Saturday’s game against Washington State to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
This is pretty cool of Oregon. You can check out more information...
Oregon teamed up with Nike to produce pink football helmets for the Ducks to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here's photos.
The NCAA certainly has a hold on the life of a college athlete, but at least one Oregon Ducks player decided to speak out against the organization. Bleacher Report has learned that Ducks WR Josh Huff was planning on throwing a birthday party for himself where he charged guest admission. When the NCAA got wind of this, they must’ve gently reminded Huff that accepting this sort of...
Oregon wide receiver Josh Huff is the latest person to go after the NCAA for making money off of college athletes. The senior turned 22 earlier this week, and he was planning to celebrate by throwing a party at school this weekend. However, Huff made the mistake of letting his friends make fliers for the […]
Oregon wide receiver Josh Huff, like almost every other college kid, wanted to have a party and charge people cover at the door to pay for the costs of the event. But Huff, unlike most other college kids, isn’t allowed to do that. As such, he has cancelled his party and appears to be out $1,500. It also appears he wants everyone to know about what he believes is a ridiculous double...
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The Washington State Cougars hit the road Saturday night to take on the No. 2 ranked Oregon Ducks in a match-up of two Pac-12 schools.
Washington (4-3) will be looking to sting and slow down a national championship hopeful in Oregon. (6-0)
Coverage of the game between Washington St. and Oregeon will air on FOX Sports 1 beginning at 10:00 pm ET (7:00 pm PT...
According to an Oregon Athletic Department report, sophomore offensive lineman James Euscher has medically retired from football.
Hello Followers. Hope you’ve had a great week.
Tomorrow, our Cougies take on the mighty Oregon Ducks in the thriving metropolis known as Eugene Oregon.
Don’t know about you all, but I actually look forward to watching Oregon play 11 or 12 weeks out of the year. But against us? Well, not so much.
I mean, for me, Oregon has...