Posted February 26, 2013 on
Oregon defensive lineman Dion Jordan took the podium at the NFL Scouting Combine, you can check out what he had to say to the media inside.
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NFLDraftTags: Dion JordanPhiladelphia EaglesSharrif FloydOregon Ducks linebacker/defensive end Dion Jordan, who played his college career for Chip Kelly ran a 4.53 forty-yard dash this morning in Indianapolis. He’s weighing 248 pounds right now. It was the fastest time of any defensive linemen, who has run the forty this morning...
8 a.m.: The NFL combine drills have reached their halfway point, and on Day 5, we’ll see defensive linemen and linebackers going through speed, agility, explosion and positional drills.
Some of the biggest freak athletes in this draft line up at defensive end and tackle, and we should see some record times from these players. BYU defensive end Ezekiel Ansah ran track before switching...
Two weeks in, here is what I have learned about the Oregon Duck baseball team.
The offense is better. Really.
After producing a .293 batting average with 15 extra base hits in the season opening four game sweep in Hawaii, the Ducks were only able to manage 11 hits in three games against LMU and lost the first game of the series. Oregon benefited from a three run gift from...
Puddles, the Oregon Ducks mascot, is somewhat of a boss. Puddles hit the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art to film this Ferris Bueller spoof.
Utah's Star Lotulelei who was predicted to be a lock Top 10 pick in the NFL Draft this year, will not be able to compete at the Combine due to an electrocardiogram that showed up a previously undisclosed heart condition, as reported by Chris Mortensen of ESPN.com
Lotulelei was told to seek advice from a specialist, however will still hold interviews with would be employers,...
This Oregon Ducks - Notre Dame Fighting Irish hat will challenge everything you've ever known about being a college football fan.
The NFL draft is upon us, people! Someone forgot to bring a big time quarterback to the party, and that could very well mean that an offensive tackle is selected first overall. How come no one is showing any love to what could end up being the deepest defensive line class ever? Let’s break down the top-5 2013 NFL Draft defensive ends. 5) Bjoern Werner, Florida State