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Thomas Tyner out for season with shoulder surgery

The Oregon Ducks are going to go through an interesting transition without Marcus Mariota at the quarterback position, and they received some bad injury news today as well. According to a report from, running back Thomas Tyner will miss the entire 2015 season after undergoing shoulder surgery. Tyner is expected to redshirt this season and come back next year at full strength...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Oregon Running Back Thomas Tyner Out For The Season

Oregon has lost running back Thomas Tyner for the season, according to a report by  Tyner, a junior, had successful shoulder surgery on Friday.  The 5-foot-11, 215-pound running back rushed for 573 yards and five touchdowns in 2014. He totaled 711 yards and nine touchdowns as a freshman in 2013.  BREAKING: Oregon running back Thomas Tyner out for season following shoulder...
Via College Spun
August 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Oregon football vs. Arizona: Pac-12 championship preview

On Friday, December 12th, the number 2 Oregon Ducks will take on the number 7 Arizona Wildcats in Santa Clara, CA as the two teams fight not only for the Pac-12 Championship, but for revenge and potentially even a position in the college football playoffs. The Wildcats have defeated the Ducks in the teams’ past two meetings, which is not something that can be said for many other...
December 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Watch: Oregon’s Thomas Tyner executes spin move to perfection

Here’s a highlight you may have missed over the weekend. Oregon’s Thomas Tyner is bearing down on a Stanford defender and as the defender goes to make the tackle, Tyner executes a picture perfect spin move right past him and into the end zone.
Via The Student Section
November 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Thomas Tyner is still a Duck, and this team still needs him

Tyner time: Royce Freeman is a tremendous weapon in the Oregon offense, but depth at running back is never a bad thing for a team with playoff aspirations. Thomas Tyner had his best performance of the year two weeks ago against UCLA (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports photo). John Canzano’s up to his old tricks. On the eve of the Cal game, without actually quoting Gary Campbell, the player...
Via The Duck Stops Here
October 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Wednesday Two-Minute drill: Ducks fully prepped for pass-happy Cougs

Tyner Time: Thomas Tyner has run hard for the Oregon Ducks this season, but he hasn’t had the kind of second-level success he’s capable of while plowing for the hard yards up the middle. That may change this weekend versus Washington State (Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports photo). The future looks bright but it won’t be easy: the PAC-12 released Oregon’s 2015 schedule Tuesday...
Via The Duck Stops Here
September 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Coming soon to a football stadium near you

Tyner time: bigger and stronger and just as fast, Thomas “Dash” Tyner is going to be a load for the Ducks this year, part of a dream backfield that will terrorize the PAC-12 (Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports.) Before they even say anything, a point is made. The dramatic physical transformations of players like Thomas Tyner, Tyson Coleman and Arik Armstead show how serious the Ducks...
Via The Duck Stops Here
August 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Oregon Football: Previewing the running back position

Headed into the 2014 season the Oregon football team has a stock pile of talented running backs. De’Anthony Thomas left for the NFL draft after this season, but that leaves room for Byron Marshall and Thomas Tyner to step up and take on more carries, not to mention the addition of incoming players who can also contribute. Byron Marshall will likely be the starter when the season...
May 12, 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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