BYRON MARSHALL RUMORS

Byron Marshall felt like it was time to move on from Oregon

Senior wide receiver Byron Marshall told reporters on Tuesday that he didn't seek a medical redshirt to extend his career at Oregon because he felt like it was time to move on.Marshall only played in four games in 2015 after suffering a knee injury against Utah. In 2013, Marshall rushed for 1,038 yards as Oregon's featured running back. In 2014, Marshall moved over to wide receiver...
Via FOX Sports
December 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Oregon WR Byron Marshall most likely out for the season

After being carried off to the locker room with what appeared to be a lower leg injury in the second half of the Oregon-Utah game on Saturday, it’s unclear if Oregon wide receiver Byron Marshall will be out for the rest of the season. Sources are unclear as to what exact surgical procedures Marshall underwent yesterday — Oregon doesn’t routinely share information about injured...
Via Campus Sports Net
September 30, 2015  |  Discuss

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

By Andrew Holleran. 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...
Via College Spun
January 12, 2015  |  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
January 06, 2015  |  Discuss

The Slant – Episode 189 – NFL Week One Predictions, Byron Marshall, And Heisman Frontrunners

On this episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein interviews Oregon Sports News writer Brian Hight. Brian uses his advanced sabermetricssystem to predict week one of the NFL season. Later, Brad tells you what Oregon running back Byron Marshall should do to learn his lesson about his Saturday’s blunder, plus early frontrunners for the Heisman. http://oregonsportsnews.com/wp-content...
Via Oregon Sports News
September 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Oregon RB Byron Marshall Drops Football Before Crossing The Goal Line

It never ceases to amaze me when this happens. Oregon Ducks running back Byron Marshall had a monster game against South Dakota State, but his most memorable play was this epic blunder. He dropped the ball just before the end zone and a 54-yard touchdown turned into a touchback and South Dakota State ball. Marshall […] The post Oregon RB Byron Marshall Drops Football Before Crossing...
Via Diehardsport
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Byron Marshall pulls a DeSean Jackson, drops ball before end zone (Video)

Byron Marshall had a monster game for Oregon in the Ducks’ season-opening 62-13 win over South Dakota on Saturday night in Eugene, but it would have been even bigger if not for a mental mistake. Marshall took a second quarter handoff and broke through the defense for what should have been a 54-yard touchdown. However, […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 31, 2014  |  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

Rating services go gaga over Freeman and Tyner, but Byron Marshall is no fame monster

This time of year all the headlines are about the new players and National Signing Day, but the reason the Ducks are among the contenders for the first FBS football playoff is because of the players who are coming back. Byron Marshall rushed for over a thousand yards as a sophomore, ably stepping into the role of lead running back after Kenjon Barner graduated to the NFL. He...
Via The Duck Stops Here
February 04, 2014  |  Discuss
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