Oregon Player Jokes About Carolina’s 31-0 Lead, Hears It From Fans

In this past year’s Valero Alamo Bowl, the Oregon Ducks led TCU by a score of 31-0 at halftime. As we all know, the Horned Frogs mounted a ridiculous comeback, forcing overtime and later prevailing with a 47-41 victory. At least one Ducks player is ready to joke about it, though. Tyler Johnstone, a senior offensive lineman, was watching the Carolina Panthers vs. Seattle Seahawks...
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January 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Oregon OL Tyler Johnstone jokingly reminds Panthers of blown lead in Alamo Bowl

The Carolina Panthers are dominating the Seattle Seahawks 31-7 in the third quarter of the NFC Divisional Round game. The team was up 31-0 at the half and one college player told the Panthers not to get too comfortable with their lead. That player was Oregon offensive lineman Tyler Johnstone. If there’s anyone who knows about blown leads, it’s the Ducks, who allowed the TCU Horned...
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January 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Oregon OL Tyler Johnstone Jokingly Reminds Carolina Panthers Of Ducks’ 31-0 Blown Lead To TCU

The Carolina Panthers currently lead the Seattle Seahawks, 31-0, late in the first half of an NFL divisional round playoff game.  Nobody’s ever blown that type of lead, right? When it comes to the NFL divisional round – yes, that’s right.  No team in the Divisional Playoff Round ever has overcome a 31-point deficit. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 17, 2016 Remember...
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January 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Oregon LT Tyler Johnstone injured in practice, carted off

Oregon Ducks left tackle Tyler Johnstone was injured in the team’s first practice of the season and left the field on a golf cart, unable to support his own weight. Andrew Greif of The Oregonian reported Johnstone’s injury, which was reported to NOT be to his knee. It’s rough timing for Johnstone, a senior, as he has already coming off two consecutive ACL tears. The severity...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Ducks' LT Tyler Johnstone injured in first practice, leaves on golf cart

The Oregon Ducks are sure testing their "next man up" philosophy early this season. A day after it was announced that RB Thomas Tyner would miss the entire 2015 season after shoulder surgery, Oregon's left tackle Tyler Johnstone left practice with an injury. The senior left tackle left practice on a golf cart, unable to support his own weight. Johnstone is coming off of two straight...
Via FOX Sports
August 11, 2015  |  Discuss

NFL scouts worried about OT Tyler Johnstone’s strength

As we prepare for the start of the 2015 college football season, a number of draft eligible players are learning where they stand in the eyes of NFL scouts. The feedback they hear will allow them to improve their game and draft stock. For Oregon Ducks offensive tackle Tyler Johnstone, he has learned that it is time to hit the weight room. According to NFL draft analyst Lance Zierlein...
Via Campus Sports Net
June 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Oregon Football: What to correct during the bye week

The Oregon football team is undefeated. The Ducks are 4-0, 1-0 in PAC-12 play, and have a bye this week. A bye week that is much needed. Oregon is hurting, literally. Injuries to right tackle Tyler Johnstone in August, left tackle Andre Yruretagoyena and right guard Haniteli Lousi against Michigan State, and right tackle Jake Fisher against Wyoming, the offensive line that was once...
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September 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Oregon starting OT Johnstone tears ACL again, will miss season

  Oregon starting left tackle Tyler Johnstone has re-torn the ACL in his right knee and will be out for the upcoming season, according to a published report. Johnstone told Comcast SportsNet that he will have surgery on Friday. Johnstone was coming back from surgery to repair the same ACL after he was injured during Oregon's 30-7 victory over Texas in last season's Alamo Bowl. Last...
Via Associated Press
August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Challenge for Oregon’s offensive line ramps up with Johnstone injury

24-hour protection: The loss of Tyler Johnstone to a second ACL tear is a crucial challenge for Oregon’s national title bid. He’s a two-year starter on Marcus Mariota’s blind side (Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports photo). The key to Oregon’s season is to keep Marcus Mariota healthy, and that became an even bigger challenge today as reports surfaced that left tackle Tyler Johnstone...
Via The Duck Stops Here
August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

"Moose" Johnstone provides blow-by-blow coverage of "Snow Brawl 2013"

Jake Zivin of KEZI-TV has a sneak peek of the latest edition of "Moose Time," Tyler Johnstone's popular video segment, in which Johnstone does the play-by-play for the epic snowball fight between the Oregon students and several members of the football team. Josh Huff and about a dozen members of the team organized the showdown via Twitter, and an estimated 100 students showed up...
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December 06, 2013  |  Discuss

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