With national signing day officially in the rear view mirror, it is never too soon to take a look at the University of Oregon recruiting class. While the Oregon football team has been recruiting well in recent years, the 2014 class looks like it could outshine the others in terms of talent on paper. Head coach Mark Helfrich looks to continue the Oregon recruiting success in his first...
Robby and Erik breakdown No. 3 Oregon's huge second half against No. 12 UCLA en route to a 42-14 win. Also, they discuss how the Ducks defense made the difference on Saturday against a young, but tough UCLA team. Post game interviews from Ducks wide receiver Bralon Addison, safety Avery Patterson, and running backs De'Anthony Thomas and Byron Marshall can be heard.
Oregon used a 28-point barrage in the second half and a great effort by the defense to beat UCLA 42-14 in Autzen Stadium.
A week after Nick Aliotti and the defense got embarrassed by Connor Halliday's 557-yard passing performance, they held Brett Hundley and UCLA to 64 yards through the air and 283 total yards. With Boseko Lokombo and Avery Patterson grabbing interceptions,...
EUGENE -- Oregon safety Avery Patterson spoke to eDuck.com's Erik Skopil about this week's preparation as the Ducks prepare to face the Bruins of UCLA on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013 at Auttzen Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 4 p.m. and will be carried on ESPN.
Courtesy of Mike Wines of Oregon Duck Soup, here is the Oregon football motivational from goducks.com:
Oregon free safety Avery Patterson thinks Virginia's chance to make history is just another day.
''It's just another game really, nothing more special about it,'' Patterson said of the No. 2 ranked Ducks' visit to Scott Stadium on Saturday. ''Just going out there to play another team.''
It's all in the perspective.
Via AP on Fox
September 06, 2013
Nine days. That's barely more than a week after eight months of waiting. Ask Avery Patterson how long that was.
Patterson's made a full recovery from a torn ACL, a courageous and thorough rehab that rivaled Adrian Peterson's in its intensity. A senior leader with an inspiring story, he'll be one of the Ducks counted on in a very strong secondary this season.
The Oregon Ducks rarely, if ever, talk about injuries - even season-ending ones.
So it's hard to say how depleted the AP's No. 1 team is going into Saturday's game against No. 14 Stanford. But it's clear the Ducks have taken a hit, especially on defense.
The latest casualty is free safety Avery Patterson, who seriously injured his left knee in the second quarter...
Via AP on Fox
November 13, 2012
Oregon's Avery Patterson was incredulous when asked about the No. 2 Ducks looking beyond Colorado this Saturday and toward USC next weekend.
The junior safety echoed coach Chip Kelly's insistence that every game is a Super Bowl for undefeated Oregon.
''Why wouldn't you want your next game to be your best game? Why wouldn't you want to improve? Why wouldn...
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October 26, 2012