EUGENE — Mark Helfrich’s entire press conference from 2014 National Signing Day. Helfrich speaks about each player in the class, outlines Oregon’s recruiting philosophy, and talks about the hiring of Don Pellum as defensive coordinator for the first time.
EUGENE — Oregon signed 21 players in its 2014 recruiting class, which is ranked 21st in the nation by 24/7 Sports. The class includes seven four-stars, 12 three-stars and one two-star, as well as a transfer, Wilsonville native Johnny Ragin. The Ducks missed out on John “Juju” Smith, a 5-star wide receiver from Long Beach, … Continue reading »
Courtesy: Oregon Sports Information EUGENE – A four-game Pac-12 Conference slate that includes meetings with Arizona, Colorado, Stanford and Washington, as well as a visit from Rose Bowl champion Michigan State, highlight another exciting University of Oregon 2014 home football schedule as released by the Pac-12 Conference office Wednesday. The Ducks’ 12-game regular-season schedule includes … Continue reading »
EUGENE — De’Anthony Thomas’s time in Eugene is over. After three electrifying years, Thomas will forgo his senior season and enter the NFL draft, according to Oregon’s athletic website. “I am officially withdrawing from the University of Oregon to pursue a professional career in the NFL,” Thomas said in a statement provided to Oregon’s athletic … Continue reading »
SAN ANTONIO — Longtime Oregon Defensive Coordinator Nick Aliotti will retire after Monday’s Alamo Bowl, the school announced today. Aliotti has been Oregon’s defensive coordinator for two stints that totaled 17 years, and has spent 24 total years at Oregon. Aliotti held his final pre-game press conference this afternoon. KEZI 9 Sports is in San … Continue reading »
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 »