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College Football: 5 Freshman To Watch In 2014

5. Devon Allen WR Oregon(RS) - Allen is in the bottom of this list because technically he is not a true freshman, but with the injury to Bralon Addison is going to open the door for Allen to shine as a receiver and possible return man.  He is a two sport track star with big time speed and will have a NFL quality passer throwing him the ball this year in Marcus Marriota.4. D.J. Calhoun...
Via Football Nation
June 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Spring Football – It’s Over … Thankfully

Phew … thank goodness that’s over. That’s right, while few rarely, if ever, have their football thirst quenched, I can’t get spring drills, practices, and yes, even the game in my rearview mirror fast enough. Sure, it’s football, and I and seemingly everyone else in this country is knee-deep in love with the excitement, passion, and pageantry the game brings to the table...
Via Oregon Sports News
May 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Addison injury challenges Ducks to transform mantras into results and resolve

Bralon Addison tight ropes the sideline for a touchdown catch versus Washington last season. The Ducks face the challenge of replacing their most dynamic receiver and return man, lost for the season after a knee injury suffered yesterday at practice (Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports images). The game is quick and cruel and demands resilience. Oregon’s conference and national title...
Via The Duck Stops Here
April 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Oregon WR Bralon Addison Tears ACL; Ducks' WR Corps Has Major Concerns

The Pac-12 title race is expected to be a tight battle between Oregon, Stanford, USC and UCLA.The Ducks are considered by some to be the preseason...
Via Athlon Sports
April 10, 2014  |  Discuss

If you're counting the reasons to be optimistic, Bralon Addison is a big one

One of the real joys of watching Oregon football the last two years has been watching Bralon Addison develop as a college football player. A junior in 2014, the former high school quarterback, who once scored five touchdowns in a playoff game for Fort Bend Hightower, just has a flair for creating plays, and when he does, he's apt to hand the ball to the official and line up for...
Via The Duck Stops Here
February 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Oregon’s Bralon Addison Hilariously Summed Up A Difference Between Mark Helfrich And Chip Kelly

The Oregon Ducks are almost through their first full season with new coach Mark Helfrich at the helm, the man who replaced the great Chip Kelly. Oregon finished the regular season 10-2 and will take on Texas in the Alamo Bowl on December 30th.  Now that the regular season is done and over with, the players can really reflect on the differences this year under Helfrich. Today, Jason...
Via College Spun
December 17, 2013  |  Discuss
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