JAKE PISARCIK RUMORS

Oregon Ducks Offensive Line Already A Concern Entering 2016

Oregon Football may start 2016 with new faces on the Offensive Line following some lingering injuries from Fall Camp. The Oregon Ducks Offensive Line is dealing with the bumps a bruises of Fall Camp. Entering Game Week there are several players that may be banged up including Jake Pisarcik who was seen several weeks back […] Oregon Ducks Offensive Line Already A Concern Entering...
Via Autzen Zoo
August 28, 2016

Position battle: Should Ducks go with Matt Hegarty or Jake Pisarcik?

The Oregon Ducks struggled with injuries across the entire offensive line in 2014. While some members of the line are now gone--Jake Fisher, Hronnis Grasu and Hamani Stevens--replacements have been brought in.In order to replace Grasu, Oregon's starting center for most of the past four seasons, the Ducks reached out to former Notre Dame lineman Matt Hegarty. Hegarty agreed to join...
Via FOX Sports
July 29, 2015  |  Discuss

The spring practice Concern-O-Meter: offensive line

Attention of a center: Jake Pisarcik wraps a protective paw around Marcus Mariota after a touchdown  in the PAC-12 Championship Game (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images). Manufactured in a Beaverton basement by a former engineer from Textronix, the Concern-O-Meter is a precision instrument, painstaking crafted to measure smoke, heat, hype, seismic vibrations, cosmic interventions...
Via The Duck Stops Here
April 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Injury woes pose challenge for the Ducks, but they’ve handled them before

Kan-do spirit: with injuries exacting their terrible tax on the Oregon offensive line, players like 6-2, 295 Jake Pisarcik have to be ready for a larger role in the team’s success. Here he congratulates running back Kani Benoit after paving the way for Benoit’s first career touchdown as a Duck (Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports photo.) Injuries are part of the game in a collision...
Via The Duck Stops Here
September 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Duck fans pray “we don’t get fooled again”

Lost in a 62-point barrage by the Oregon offense Saturday night was a solid debut by the 2014 Oregon offensive line. With two new starters, tackle Andrew Yruretagoyena and guard Jake Pisarcik, they didn’t allow a sack. The Ducks averaged 7.7 yards a carry and had just two negative plays, one on a pass  on the first play of the game when Thomas Tyner was stopped one-on-one on a...
Via The Duck Stops Here
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss
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