Thomas could help an NFL team as an offensive weapon
A black mamba has electric moves, dazzling speed, dizzying agility and a lethal bite. The Oregon Ducks had a black mamba of their own in running back De’Anthony Thomas. Now the NFL will soon have its own black mamba after Thomas is drafted onto an NFL team in May.
Thomas, deemed “black mamba” as a teenager by Snoop Dog, was...
The 49ers used the 61st pick of the NFL Draft on Friday to add Oregon’s LaMichael James to their crowded backfield. It was a big day (as evidenced by the logjam of messages on his phone) for James, and there to share the moment with him was none other than Willie Lyles, the very man at the center of the NCAA’s ongoing investigation into alleged recruiting violations by the Ducks...
Oregon running back LaMichael James says he is skipping his senior year and declaring himself eligible for the NFL Draft.
In a statement released Friday by the Ducks, James says he has not hired an agent.
A 5-foot-9, 195-pound All-American, James rushed for a school-record 1,805 yards this season despite missing two games with a dislocated right elbow. He led the nation with an...
FEELING A DRAFT
The Ducks may be De'Anthony Thomas's team now, as Oregon's prolific tailback has declared him eligible for April's NFL Draft.
For University of Oregon star running back LaMichael James, he and some of the University of Oregon football team made a trip to Disneyland during their stay in Los Angeles for the Rose Bowl.
LaMichael and some teammates decided to trip down Space Mountain and below the picture proof that LaMichael was a little scared:
(Courtesy of Larry Brown Sports)
Hunger is good. Hunger makes you strong, makes your senses sharp, gives you energy and focus.
LaMichael James says the Ducks are hungry for a bowl win this year, and they are practicing with great intensity. After practice yesterday he told Ken Goe of the Oregonian:
"It's like we haven't ate in two years," UO running back LaMichael James said. "We lost two...
Oregon junior running back LaMichael James will declare for the NFL draft, a school source told The Oregonian on Wednesday.
James has rushed for 1,646 yards and 17 touchdowns despite missing two games with a dislocated elbow.
The 5-foot-9, 185-pound James was a Heisman Trophy finalist last year, but fell out of the race this season after being injured on Oct. 6 against California...
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- University of Oregon running back LaMichael James has been named to the 2011 Walter Camp All-America Team, his second such honor this week.
League championships are up for grabs starting tonight in Eugene, OR, as UCLA visits heavily-favored Oregon (-31). I don’t see a lot of support for the underdogs this weekend…talking to colleagues around the country, it looks like the favorites will win each of the five games I will highlight. Whether or not they will cover…that’s another story.
Here are the 5 Top College...
Most fans in Oregon will tell you he's proven all he can in College football, and its time to cast his lot for the NFL. LaMichael James has two games left to further proove himself at the College level. James came back to the Oregon Ducks last season mainly to put on weight to show he can endure the rigors of the NFL. Fact: He is one of the best running-backs in the country.