Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota has a partial sprain of his left MCL, reports television station KVAL in Eugene, Ore. Mariota entered the Ducks Thursday night game against the Stanford Cardinal wearing a knee brace on his left knee because of the partial sprain of his MCL. Mariota, a Heisman Trophy contender, finished 20-of-34 for 250 yards and two fourth-quarter touchdown...
Every great team needs role players, and sometimes role players step out of the shadows to do great things.
For the Oregon Ducks, Daryle Hawkins is the consummate role player.
UO's Swiss Army Knife: Since coming to the Ducks in 2009 from Omaha Central High, the 6-4, 202-lb. Hawkins has capably filled a variety of assignments (Bruce Ely, oregonianlive.com photo).
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ., -- Monday was media day for the Ducks. The team arrived at the media hotel, JW Marriott Camelback Inn at 9:30 a.m. to meet the press. Junior receiver Daryle Hawkins spoke about his preparation for the game and who won the steak eating contest on Sunday night.
EUGENE, Ore. – Prior to the release of the depth chart a couple of weeks back, there was much speculation surrounding the wide receiver position for the Ducks. Though the Ducks did have a few returning starters in Josh Huff, Daryle Hawkins, and Rahsaan Vaughn, many knew the Ducks’ receiving corps would see more than its fair share of new faces throughout the season.
On Tuesday, the Ducks held their second scrimmage of the spring inside Autzen Stadium, where Marcus Mariota and Daryle Hawkins were a couple of players who had standout performances according to head coach Chip Kelly.