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In case you haven't seen Oregon's new facilties yet, allow star Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota to give you, and ESPN's Brock Huard, a tour.
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That's what Oregon coach Mark Helfrich looks to see from his sophomore quarterback, Marcus Mariota, as the No. 3 Ducks embark on the new season. It all starts Saturday when Oregon host Nicholls.
Last season at this point, Mariota was a redshirt freshman who had just been crowned Oregon's starter - beating out Bryan Bennett after a fall camp competition...
From goducks.com, a poster summing up Marcus Mariota's fabulous freshman season and Heisman Trophy credentials. Meanwhile, Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel has just been suspended by the NCAA. For a half. Against Rice.
The Oregon Ducks may have lost head coach Chip Kelly and star running back Kenjon Barner to the NFL but they aren’t expected to lose a beat according to the lines. The Ducks open up at -59 against Nicholls on Saturday.
There are many reason why the Ducks number should very well be higher than that. For starters, the Ducks return 7 players on their dynamic offense...
This morning Oregon released the football depth chart for the Nicholls game.
WR 16 Daryle Hawkins Sr. 6-4 198 or 11 Bralon Addison So. 5-10 181
LT 64 Tyler Johnstone So. 6-6 277 62 Matt Pierson So. 6-6 267
LG 63 Mana Greig Sr. 5-11 287 72 Andre Yruretagoyena So. 6-5 284
C 55 Hroniss Grasu Jr. 6-3 297 78 Karrington Armstrong Sr. 6-3 277
RG 54 Hamani...
Receiver Josh Huff hopes to remake his legacy in his final season at Oregon.
Huff has had a rocky career for the Ducks. He's been dogged by injuries. He's been in an offense that puts more emphasis on the run than the pass. And he still worries that an arrest that resulted in a full acquittal may have nonetheless tarnished his reputation.
Last season Huff had a career-best...
From FishDuck.com, a partner of Oregon Sports News
With a returning offense capable of ridiculous stats, expectations run high across the college football landscape for Oregon’s 2013 campaign. New head coach Mark Helfrich and his team has set a high bar for themselves, and as is the natural tendency for sports fans everywhere, the Duck faithful also have soaring hopes for their...
EUGENE, Ore. -- Oregon's senior wide receiver Josh Huff speaks to eDuck.com's Erik Skopil following practice on Aug. 27, 2013 and has observations on Oregon's receiving corps. Oregon kicks the season off on Saturday against Nicholls State University at Autzen Stadium.
EUGENE, Ore. -- Oregon wide receiver and kick return specialist Keanon Lowe spoke to eDuck.com's Erik Skopil after practice as the Ducks prepare for Nicholls State University.
Oregon gave a set of jerseys to a nearby National Guard squad during the Ducks' 2013 Spring Game, and the military men sported them while doing what they do best.
The Pac-12 is a competitive conference with a variety of quality teams. Stanford is projected to win the Pac-12, but Oregon, Oregon State, Arizona State, and USC are all contenders. The Ducks were the pick by the media to win the conference this season. Stanford could come close to an undefeated season, but with away games at Oregon State and USC along with a home games versus...
Don't get the DTs: Darron Thomas knows the Ducks are high stepping to a new season in just 5 days.
(Bruce Ely, oregonlive.com photo)
Per a twitter message, offensive lineman Sam Jones will visit the Oregon Ducks this weekend.
National writers are inexplicably mesmerized by The Tree.
Scan the preseason magazines and college football websites, and everywhere there is inordinate love for the hyped-up throwbacks to the Woody Hayes era of the sport, the Stanford Cardinal, who lost two games last year and return a team bereft of offensive stars, relying heavily on a good but not great defense.
Let’s face it: the Oregon Ducks are loaded with talent. They return two of the top players in the country in Marcus Mariota and De’ Anthony Thomas. As a redshirt freshman in 2012, Mariota was one of the most prolific passers in the country, throwing for over 2,600 yards and 32 touchdowns. He completed an incredible 68.5 percent of his throws and had a gaudy 163.2 quarterback...