Rob Kerr-USA TODAY Sports In which Justin Herbert waves the gauntlet about Sept 18, 2020: Montana turned out to be a pretty solid opponent, all things considered: they made it to the playoff quarterfinals and finished ranked #6 in the FCS Coaches Poll.
Photo by Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images A film study preview of Oregon’s future starters Last week, both of Oregon’s 2019 starters at cornerback, Thomas Graham and Deommodore Lenoir, announced they would opt out of next season.
If you’re like me, the return of the NFL season this past week was a refreshing change from the doom and gloom of 2020. And if you bleed green and yellow, you probably wished former Oregon Ducks quarterback Justin Herbert had taken a few snaps for the Los Angeles Chargers against Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals.
Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images Another day, another talented prospect. Mario Cristobal isn’t the only powerhouse recruiter in green and yellow; Dana Altman added another five-star player to the 2021 roster.
Photo by Alika Jenner/Getty Images We’ve got another one! Mario Cristobal and his crew of gangbuster recruiters are already looking ahead to the class of 2022; Emar’rion Winston, the four-star outside linebacker out of Portland was the first to join the ranks, and now four-star tight end Andre Dollar has become the second ‘22 commit.
After two weeks of intermittent college football play, we find ourselves at the first in-season reflection point of 2020. Albeit without Our Beloved Ducks on the field, it’s a point that us fans are all seeing in different perspectives.
Jaime Valdez-USA TODAY Sports In which Justin Herbert picks up the gauntlet Sept 12, 2020: From the perspective of 2020, it might seem that since its gaudy final score was never repeated, this game wasn’t particularly predictive of the rest of the season.
Over the last week three experienced starters have decided to opt-out for their respective 2020 season with the Ducks. Penei Sewell, Deommodore Lenoir, and Thomas Graham Jr will all look to the next step in their careers in the National Football League.
Alika Jenner/Getty Images A film study preview of Oregon’s future starters This series will examine the film we have on Oregon players who’ve been backups in past seasons, but are primed to become starters next season.
Even when considering the weight of a global pandemic, did the Pac-12 schools take the easy way out for the 2020 season? Was the fear of lawsuits just too much for the brave leaders of the Pac-12 to deal with?
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Sco Ducks!! Oregon picked up a big commitment tonight when 4* OT Kingsley Suamataia, out of Orem, Utah, announced his intent to play for the Ducks on an Instagram Live video.
Former Oregon Duck Ruthy Hebard had a big night Monday earning her first professional double double. While Sabrina Ionescu is working her way back from an ankle injury, another former Oregon Women’s Basketball star is making it count.
The Oregon Ducks have kept the momentum rolling on Friday, picking up a commitment from one of the most coveted wide receivers in the nation. Here's Troy Franklin revealing his decision via Instagram Live.