Web Extra: Ducks Start Prep for Natty

EUGENE, Ore.–The Ducks held their first media availability since returning from the Rose Bowl on Monday. The Ducks spoke about their win in Pasadena, what they’re seeing out of Ohio State, and of course, their jerseys. Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Quarterback Marcus Mariota: Oregon Linebacker Tony Washington: Oregon Corner Back Troy Hill: Oregon … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Oregon Beats OSU in Civil War

EUGENE, Ore.–Oregon opened their Pac-12 schedule in a Civil War showdown against Oregon State and came away with the 71-59 win. The Ducks took control early on, but the Beavers climbed back and were down just by two at the half. To start the second, Joseph Young hit 11 points in the first five minutes … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Ducks Open Pac-12 vs. Beavers

EUGENE, Ore.–Oregon Men’s basketball will open up their Pac-12 schedule against Oregon State in a Civil War showdown on Saturday. Oregon is 10-3 after finishing out their non-conference slate. The Ducks have been able to find success from their freshman so far this season, including during a few key overtime wins. On the Beaver side … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Coaches, Players on Secondary

Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Offensive Coordinator Scott Frost: Oregon Secondary Coach John Neal: Oregon Corner Back Dior Mathis: Oregon Corner Back Troy Hill: Oregon Safety Erick Dargan:

Web Extra: Progress of UO Special Teams

Special Teams/Tight Ends Coach Tom Osborne: Oregon Place Kicker/Punter Matt Wogan:

Web Extra: Ducks Do Ice Bucket Challenge

Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Linebacker Rodney Hardrick: Linebacker Derrick Malone: Linebacker Torrodney Prevot: Outside Linebackers Coach Erik Chinander:

Web Extra: Johnstone Reacts To Injury

Oregon Offensive Lineman Tyler Johnstone: Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Offensive Lineman Andre Yruretagoyena: Oregon Center Hroniss Grasu:

Web Extra: Riley, Doctor, Alexander

Mike Riley: Michael Doctor: D.J. Alexander: Trent Bay:

Ems fall 14-7 in front of Kenny Wheaton

EUGENE, Ore. – Kenny Wheaton signed autographs and threw out the first pitch at Friday’s Eugene Emeralds game against Tri-City, but watched the home team drop a 14-7 decision in the early goings of the Northwest Division’s second half of the regular season.

Pac-12 Media Days: Beavers in Hollywood

Mannion Making Unique Off-season Headlines: Riley Talks Tenure in The Pac: Beavers’ Mannion Quietly Making Conference & National Noise:

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