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Oregon Ducks wide receiver Josh Huff could not hide his emotions during the fourth quarter of Thursday night's loss to Stanford that likely knocks them out of the BCS National Championship game.
After Stanford kicked a field goal to extend their lead to 26-0 with 11:40 remaining in the game, Huff was caught shedding some tears on the Oregon sideline. It might have been...
The ferocious cries filling Stanford Stadium Thursday night will be the background music to what will likely be Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota’s biggest game of his career. The unbeaten Ducks must head into Cardinal territory for a game set to determine Oregon’s National title hopes, and ultimately decide Mariota’s Heisman chances.
The Hawaii native exploded into the...
No. 2 Oregon and No. 5 Stanford may not kick off for a few more hours here, but fans are getting some trash talk in early. One Cardinal supporter came up with a pretty clever little GameDay sign ahead of tonight’s matchup. It’s a safe bet that it doesn’t get through security, however. I’m weak at this @CollegeGameDay sign via @georgewhitfield #FightOn pic.twitter.com/X5zqrsPdNG...
Oregon may be third in the current BCS standings, but the Ducks are clear frontrunners yet again when it comes to college football fashion. It appears that the Ducks were granted another gift by Nike today — wide receiver Josh Huff just tweeted an awesome pair of custom Oregon sneakers: “fresh out the box.”
Our shoe game crazyyy ! Betta believe it, fresh out the box.. pic...
Oregon wide receiver Josh Huff took to Twitter this week to show off some new, custom Ducks sneakers…proving once again that Oregon is the biggest merchandise ***** in the NCAA.
The custom Nike kicks are solid green with Oregon’s “Rubber Ducky” logo on the back heel. Check them out below.
Our shoe game crazyyy ! Betta believe it, fresh out the box.. pic.twitter.com/o0ugbpVM33...
Oregon Ducks wide receiver Josh Huff was so disheartened by the team’s poor showing at Stanford on Thursday night that he was seen crying on the sidelines during the fourth quarter. Although the show of emotion was a sign that Huff cares deeply about his team, someone should have reminded him that they still had […]
Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota is playing through a knee injury, according to a report. KVAL sports reporter Collin Harmon reported on Thursday that the MCL in Mariota’s left knee is partially sprained. Mariota was wearing a brace on his left knee during the Ducks’ game at Stanford on Thursday. You can see him with […]
NFL scouts can put a check next to the toughness box when it comes to Marcus Mariota and whether he should be the No. 1 overall pick in next May’s NFL draft.
The Oregonian is reporting that Mariota played and balled out against Stanford with an already partially sprained MCL.
Mariota wore a brace during Thursday nights loss, and spent most of the night not looking like his normal...
I can understand crying after you take the L, but it was the 3rd quarter when Josh Huff got all Drakeish.
Granted the Ducks were down by 23, but they made a pretty good comeback in the 4th quarter, before their National Championship hopes all but disappeared.
1.The O on the sides of the helmet with the wings on the shoulders.. Weird. But definitely Iconic in my opinion. The new helmets and uniforms are unbelievable, and the fact that they can upgrade from the “classic” (is it right to say that) winged shoulder design is amazing.
2.Returning talent. The number of defensive players that played in that game that still play for the Ducks...
Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota (8) heads to the end zone for a touchdown run in the second quarter against the Colorado Buffaloes at Folsom Field.
Tonight in Palo Alto the Heisman Trophy winner will be decided. There is also a rather large college football game going on between two of the best teams in the Pac-12, the Stanford Cardinal and the Oregon Ducks, who both also...
The Ducks have lost 8 games in five years, 46-7 under Chip Kelly, 8-1 under Mark Helfrich. Over that span they finished 11th, 3rd, 4th and 2nd in the country, reached 2nd this year, and will now fall back to the 9-11 range after a loss to #5 on the road.
They were thoroughly dominated by Stanford, beaten in nearly every phase of the game except blocking field goals. The hosts dominated...
Ducks start with two first downs, working the short passing game, then Mariota misses deep with Josh Huff wide open for a score.
Marcus Mariota and Oregon's loss to Stanford has catapulted FSU's Jameis Winston into the favorite to win the Heisman Trophy.