Found September 08, 2013 on The Duck Stops Here:
It's only one game.  Thomas Tyner touched the ball four times in his first action as a Duck, in mop-up time of a decided game, but what he showed fans in that brief stint has everyone projecting and speculating on his value, output and potential as a first-year player. High-flyin' Ducks: Blake Stanton and Thomas Tyner celebrate the second of the fabulous freshman's two touchdown runs against Virginia. Tyner was mobbed by teammates after both of the scores, and that rite of acceptance and initiation will reverberate through his rookie campaign (Andrew Seng/Oregon Daily Emerald photo).     Coming off an August ankle injury. Tyer had four carries for 51 yards and two touchdowns in his first game as a true freshman. LaMichael James as a redshirt freshman in 2009, began his stellar Duck career with 2 carries for 22 yards against Boise State, and 9 for 56 yards the next week against Purdue. His running mate Kenjon Barner, now #2 on the all-time rushing list, began his f...

Virginia Post Game: Thomas Tyner talks about

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Oregon freshman running back made his first appearance in a football game on Saturday when Oregon defeated Virginia 59-10. Tyner scored two touchdowns on runs of 3 and 31 yards.

2013 Race for the Heisman Week 2

Tajh Boyd (QB-Clemson) – With Clemson enjoying a 38-0 halftime lead over South Carolina State, Boyd did not play a single snap after the second quarter this past Saturday. Although his numbers for the first half of the game were rather pedestrian, the senior quarterback avoided 
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