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BYRON MARSHALL RUMORS

The most disrespected 1000-yard rusher in college football history

Royce Freeman and Thomas Tyner are great talents with a dazzling futures, but their backfield mate Byron Marshall is almost an after thought to some Oregon fans despite rushing for 1038 yards last season and 1484 in his two-year Duck career. Marshall averaged 6.2 yards a carry in 2014 with 14 touchdowns. He put together a streak of five straight 100-yard games that included 192 against...
Via The Duck Stops Here
July 20, 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

Byron Marshall Scouting Report

Byron Marshall RB Oregon #9 Ht: 5’9″ Wt: 207 All of our scouting reports are available to our premium members. If you would like access to our 2015 scouting reports, click here to sign up. Overview: Marshall is among the best athletes in this draft class and can make an immediate impact in the league as a change-of-pace back and a weapon in the passing game. If he...
Via DraftAce
May 19, 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

Marshall finally getting credit, but can he maintain the hunger?

One of the keys to Oregon's season this year has been the emergence of Byron Marshall, who has very quietly emerged as the #1 running back, on his way to having one of the best seasons in Oregon history. Preseason, one of the concerns about the Ducks was a perceived thinness at RB after Kenjon Barner graduated. Could De'Anthony Thomas handle the load as a feature back? Would...
Via The Duck Stops Here
November 04, 2013  |  Discuss

The Tailgater college football week 9 rankings

Byron Marshall and the Ducks pulled away in the second half of their showdown with UCLA on Saturday to keep pace at the top of the rankings. [Chris Pietsch/Eugene Register-Guard]There weren’t as many shakeups to the Top 25 this weekend, though there were several games that left teams falling out of the rankings and other teams earning their way back onto the list. Two teams fell...
Via isportsweb.com
October 31, 2013  |  Discuss

College Fantasy Football 2013: Week 8 Start 'Em, Sit 'Em RBs

Start ‘Em:Byron Marshall – Oregon vs. Washington StateMarshall has three straight games with over 100 yards rushing and has scored four rushing touchdowns during that span. He seems likely to go over 100 yards rushing again this week regardless of whether or not DeAnthony Thomas plays. Expect this Duck to be way too much for the Wazzu defense to handle.STAFF PICK – KEVIN MOUNT ...
Via Football Nation
October 17, 2013  |  Discuss

The Byron Marshall effect…

Ducks win another In yesterday’s torrential downpour at Autzen Stadium, Byron Marshall fumbled two of his first four touches while filling in for the injured De’Anthony Thomas. That didn’t stop him, though, from going on to have one of the best games of any player. “Marshall entered the game with two touchdowns and tied that mark within the game’s first 10 minutes. He capped...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
September 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Oregon Spring Post Game: Byron Marshall

EUGENE, Ore. -- Oregon running back Byron Marshall talks to media following Oregon's 2013 spring game held in Autzen Stadium. Marshall carried the ball six times for 60 yards and scored one touchdown. The white team (offense) won the specially formatted game in which the defense was given points for turnovers or stopping drives and the offense was awarded points for scoring touchdowns.
Via oregon.scout.com
April 27, 2013  |  Discuss
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