EUGENE — When Oregon offensive tackle Tyler Johnstone re-tore his ACL, it was bittersweet for Andre Yruretagoyena. Yruretagoyena gets the first shot to replace Johnstone as Oregon’s starting left tackle. But he’s also Johnstone’s roommate and lifelong friend, and didn’t want to win the starting job in this manner. Johnstone and Yruretagoyena talked with the … Continue reading »
Oregon Offensive Lineman Tyler Johnstone: Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Offensive Lineman Andre Yruretagoyena: Oregon Center Hroniss Grasu:
Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Offensive Coordinator Scott Frost: Oregon Wide Receiver Keanon Lowe: Oregon Wide Receiver Coach Matt Lubick: Oregon Center Hroniss Grasu:
Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Quarterback Marcus Mariota: Oregon Center Hroniss Grasu: Oregon Left Tackle Tyler Johnstone:
SAN ANTONIO — It’s day two of KEZI 9 Sports’ coverage of the Ducks at the Alamo Bowl. Oregon practiced for the first time in San Antonio on Thursday, and the media was allowed in for ten minutes – the only ten minutes of the season that the media is able to see. Additionally, the … Continue reading »
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — The Duck football team spent its first night in San Antonio at the Rockets-Spurs NBA game at the AT&T Center. We caught up with center Hroniss Grasu, a die-hard Lakers fan, who was a man of his word wearing Lakers gear in San Antonio.
SAN ANTONIO — The Oregon Ducks arrived in San Antonio on Christmas Day, ahead of Monday’s Alamo Bowl. KEZI 9 Sports was the only Oregon TV station in San Antonio, and brings you to Oregon’s arrival.
Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Center Hroniss Grasu: Oregon Safety Brian Jackson:
EUGENE, Ore.– Rob Moseley, Editor of GoDucks.com, joined Erik Elken on the set of Sunday Sports Extra to discuss the Ducks’ Alamo Bowl selection. Moseley and Elken also talk about what this game means for the future of Oregon football.
Courtesy: Oregon Sports Information EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon has accepted a bid to participate in the 21st annual Valero Alamo Bowl Dec. 30 in San Antonio. The No. 10 Ducks (10-2) will face Texas (8-4) from the Big 12 Conference. Kickoff for the Monday night contest to be televised by ESPN at … Continue reading »