NCAA Dishes Out Oregon’s Sanctions

EUGENE — The University of Oregon football program will lose one scholarship for the next three years and will be on probation for the next three years. Former Head Coach Chip Kelly has been given an 18-month show-cause penalty, affecting his ability to work at another NCAA athletic program.   The NCAA announced the sanctions … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Rob Mullens NCAA Presser

Oregon Athletic Director Rob Mullens’s Press Conference On Oregon’s NCAA Sanctions:

NCAA to Reveal UO’s Sanctions

INDIANAPOLIS — After an investigation that lasted more than two years, the University of Oregon will finally find out its punishment from the NCAA on Wednesday. The NCAA announced that it will release the report from the its Committee on Infractions on Wednesday at 7:30 a.m. PT. The report will reveal sanctions that Oregon’s football … Continue reading »

UO Begins Anti-Bullying Campaign

EUGENE, Ore. — University of Oregon students are working with former Duck football player LaMichael James to stop bullying in the Eugene-Springfield area. The journalism students are working on the anti-bullying campaign as part of a national public relations contest. They enlisted James’ services to help teach kids the importance of respecting themselves and each … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Aliotti, Campbell (12/17)

Oregon Defensive Coordinator Nick Aliotti: Oregon Running Backs Coach Gary Campbell:

Web Extra: Kelly, Mariota, Barner & More

Oregon Head Coach Chip Kelly: Oregon Running Back Kenjon Barner: Oregon Quarterback Marcus Mariota: Oregon Defensive End Dion Jordan: Oregon Linebacker Michael Clay:

Web Extra: Chip Kelly (12/9/12)

Oregon Head Coach Chip Kelly:

Exclusive: LaMichael James Conversation

Erik Elken sits down with former Oregon running back LaMichael James in his Northern California apartment to discuss his new life in the NFL, frustrations about not playing, his relationship with Kenjon Barner and the 2012 Oregon Ducks.

LaMike On Barner Breaking His Record

Former Oregon running back LaMichael James watched Kenjon Barner break his single-game rushing record of 288 yards in a 62-51 win over USC. Barner ran for 321 yards and five touchdowns. After the game, James talked about why he was happy his record was broken and why he thinks Barner should win the Heisman.