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BYRON MARSHALL RUMORS

Byron Marshall, the Swiss Army knife of Oregon football, takes the Ducks into the wild

Bird Man: In Arlington Byron Marshall flew past the Ohio State secondary for a 70-yard touchdown on Ducks first play from scrimmage in the second half, capping off a thousand-yard season. His decision to return for his senior year is huge for the Oregon offense (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images). This is how good Byron Marshall is: at various times in his career the Ducks have...
Via The Duck Stops Here
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Oregon's Byron Marshall almost dropped a sure touchdown at goal line

Oregon reciever Byron Marshall is one lucky guy. With his team trailing 21-10 in the third quarter, quarterback Marcus Mariota hit him with a 70-yard touchdown pass. But that wasn't the lucky part. It was what happened at the goal line that likely caused Ducks Nation to collectively gasp. Because as Marshall made his way into the end zone, he did this: Yep, he nearly dropped the...
Via Fox Sports
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Utah's Kaelin Clay weighs in on Byron Marshall's near fumble

You’d think Oregon’s players would have learned from the mistake Utah wide receiver Kaelin Clay made against the Ducks on Nov. 8.  They didn’t, though.  As Oregon wide receiver Byron Marshall ran into the end zone early in the third quarter, he dropped the ball. Thankfully for the Ducks, Marshall had just crossed the plane of the goal line as the ball left the grasp of...
Via College Spun
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Byron Marshall Nearly Fumbles Away 70-Yard Touchdown, DeSean Jackson Style

Byron Marshall nearly committed a major, major blunder in the third quarter of Monday’s College Football Championship. As Oregon attempted to come back from an 11-point deficit in the second half, Marshall was on the receiving end of a huge 70-yard touchdown reception, but he almost gave it all away in what would have been Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Marcus Mariota hits Byron Marshall for a 70 yd TD pass

After a turnover, the Oregon Ducks put themselves right back into the game with this 70 yd TD pass. Byron Marshall is having himself a game so far with 7 receptions for 146 yards….
Via The Student Section
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Oregon Cuts Ohio State’s Lead On 70-Yard TD From Mariota To Marshall

The Oregon Ducks are in business. Oregon forced its third turnover of the night – an interception of Cardale Jones by Danny Mattingly – and scored on the very next play. Marcus Mariota found wideout Byron Marshall for a 70-yard score to cut OSU’s lead to 21-17. Marshall almost dropped the ball before reaching the goal line, but replay confirmed that he crossed the plane beforehand...
Via College Spun
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Ducks depth takes another hit, but resolve remains high

Remember this guy? Byron Marshall had six catches, 131 yards and a touchdown in the Civil War, including a 77-yard scoring strike. He’s pretty good (Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images). Despite the loss of  one player to a selfish and immature mistake, the Oregon offense remains the best unit on the field for tomorrow night’s game, and they’re going to be just fine in the...
Via The Duck Stops Here
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Sports Illustrated’s Next Cover Features Oregon RB Byron Marshall, Predicts Ducks Win

Oregon football has been no stranger to Sports Illustrated’s cover this season, and so far, the Ducks have managed to avoid the jinx. SI will really put that to the test this week; the magazine has Oregon and running back Byron Marshall on the next cover, as well as a prediction for a 45-41 Ducks win. Ducks on SI cover pic.twitter.com/Wmit9eGvMu — Paul Pabst (@PaulPabst) January...
Via College Spun
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Oregon Football: Could Byron Marshall lose his job?

The Oregon football program has a history of having productive running backs. Players like Jonathan Stewart, Jeremiah Johnson, LeGarrette Blount, LaMichael James, and Kenjon Barner are all household names for Duck fans. Oregon usually uses a two back system, and many of the players listed shared time until they took the job over. Headed into the 2014 season, the Ducks once again...
Via isportsweb.com
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Oregon Football: Top three impact newcomers

Which newcomers will have Puddles doing pushups this season? When you become a perennial top-10 team in college football like the Oregon Ducks have become the past five years you have to rely on new faces stepping up. With a revolving door of personnel it’s increasingly important for first-year players to step in and grab a spot. With a loss of talent due to graduation and the...
Via isportsweb.com
April 24, 2014  |  Discuss
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