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Oregon Ducks rolling out scratch-and-sniff football tickets?

We can always count on the Oregon Ducks football program to be on the cutting edge of innovation.In the past, the Ducks have turned heads with their uniforms. Now it seems the football program is garnering attention once more with the introduction of scratch-and-sniff tickets.On Sept. 6, Oregon will play host to Michigan State at Autzen Stadium, with fans for that game receiving...
Via Bush League Chronicle
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Oregon Ducks Season Tickets To Smell Like Cheeseburgers This Year

The Oregon Ducks have made it a practice to be on the cutting edge of late. From their pace of play to their alternate uniforms to their state of the art team facility and even their tickets they have been pioneers. It looks like that is going to be the case again this season with their season tickets.They're going to smell like cheeseburgers.@US_CollegeSportThis year the season...
Via FatManWriting
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Oregon Ducks Distributing Scented Season Tickets

The Oregon Ducks are distributing scented season tickets for their football games.
Via Gamedayr
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Oregon QB taking Yoga and Golf as classes this Fall

Oregon QB Marcus Mariota is taking Yoga and Golf classes this Fall.  Former USC Trojan QB Matt Linehart and projected First Round pick took only one class during his final semester (2005 Ballroom dancing). Apparently, he has already completed a majority of the necessary classes and credits for his degree. The Junior signal caller was projected to be a First Round Draft Pick...
Via NCAA Football Zone
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Report: Oregon Ducks' freshman Ray Kasongo denied admission

Ray Kasongo, an incoming Oregon Ducks basketball freshman forward, has been denied admission by the school and is already eyeing other schools, according to a report Wednesday morning, dealing a blow to UO's plan for a young and talented frontcourt this upcoming season. ESPN's Jeff Goodman wrote Wednesday that Kasongo, who is listed on Oregon's roster as 6-foot-9 and...
Via Pro Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Two Of Marcus Mariota’s Classes This Fall: Golf And Yoga

Marcus Mariota decided to skip out on the NFL Draft in 2014 and, instead, chose to return to Oregon to finish his degree. He should also have plenty of time to work on boosting his draft stock, because two classes he’ll be taking this fall are golf and yoga. Oregon QB Marcus Mariota will be pretty focused on football this fall. His final 2 courses for credit this fall? Golf &...
Via Next Impulse Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

A hidden weapon for the Oregon defense

At Oregon, the best defense really is a good offense, and this year Don Pellum’s defense will benefit from an under-appreciated asset: An offensive line that can control the fourth quarter. Oregon returns 108 starts on the offensive line, and they’ve all gotten bigger and stronger in the off season. They feature a three-year starter at center in Hroniss Grasu, two-year starters...
Via The Duck Stops Here
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Marcus Mariota Taking Yoga And Golf As Only Two Classes In Fall

Heisman hopeful quarterback, Marcus Mariota, will certainly have his hands full on the playing field next season for Oregon.  The likley Top 10 NFL pick, however, will be doing the opposite when it comes to the classroom. Mariota, who has already graduated from Oregon with a 3.15 in general studies, will be scaling down when […] The post Marcus Mariota Taking Yoga And Golf As...
Via Diehardsport
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Why Oregon Ducks QB Marcus Mariota Did Not Enter the Draft After Last Season

No one would have been surprised if Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota had entered the draft after last season. With two solid seasons under his belt he had certainly given scouts more than enough to drool over. Instead he decided to return to Oregon for at least one more season rather than make a few million in the NFL next season.Why on Earth would someone do that? Well....
Via FatManWriting
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Oregon Marcus Mariota’s Fall Classes are Golf & Yoga

Oregon Ducks QB Marcus Mariota has already earned his undergraduate degree, so it seems that this has allowed Mariota to focus more on football and the 2015 year this Fall semester. Mariota is scheduled to be taking just two classes this Fall, golf and yoga. Sounds rough. Oregon QB Marcus Mariota will be pretty focused on football this fall. His final 2 courses for credit this fall...
Via BlackSportsOnline
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Marcus Mariota's course load will make you laugh

Marcus Mariota could have left Oregon for the NFL following last season. The Ducks redshirt junior quarterback would have likely been a first-round draft pick. He could be making millions of dollars as a professional athlete.  The dual threat opted to return to Eugene for at least one more season. Life won’t be too bad for the Heisman contender, either. He’s only taking two...
Via College Spun
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Ducks need a leap from Lowe in senior season

The best play Keanon Lowe made last year was a block. He cleared out standout safety Deone Buchanon to spring Thomas Tyner for a 66-yard touchdown run against Washington State, an effort that typified the solid, steady role Lowe plays for the Ducks. He’s been the consummate team player at Oregon, playing on every one of the special teams, a dedicated and consistent blocker, the...
Via The Duck Stops Here
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Oregon Football: Why Mark Helfrich is the right man for the job

The University of Oregon football program has a specific way of doing things. From their offensive scheme to how the hire their coaches, they do it the Oregon way. After long-time and well beloved coach Mike Bellotti left after the 2008 season, Duck fans we’re unsure what the university would do to replace him. Like many members of the Oregon coaching staff, Bellotti had been at...
Via isportsweb.com
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Oregon’s Marcus Mariota Dresses Up In An Absurdly Ridiculous Outfit At Pac-12 Media Days

Marcus Mariota is a lot of things.  He’s the leader of the most dynamic offense in college football; he’s a threat both through the air and on the ground; he’s a Heisman candidate; he’s projected by many to be the No. 1 pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.  The Oregon quarterback is also quite good at the game, Dress Up.  Ladies and gentlemen you’re Oregon heisman candidate...
Via College Spun
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Does the “Helfrich effect” doom the Ducks?

This week at SB Nation in a segment they named “Easy Call,” columnists Dan Rubenstein, Spencer Hall, and Bud Elliott discussed the PAC-12 Conference over a beer and a fried fish sandwich. The sandwich looked delicious, but Hall’s comments on the Oregon Ducks were harder to swallow. He said the Ducks were likely to fall back this season because of “the Helfrich effect,...
Via The Duck Stops Here
12 days ago  |  Discuss
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