LOS ANGELES, Calif.– On the eve of the 2014 Pac-12 football media days in Los Angeles, GoDucks.com editor in chief Rob Moseley announced that linebacker Rahim Cassell was no longer with the Oregon program. KEZI 9 News Sports Director Jake Zivin has more on Cassell’s departure in his media days preview. Oregon head coach Mark … Continue reading »
Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon defensive coordinator Don Pellum: Oregon wide receivers coach Matt Lubick:
EUGENE, Ore. — Erik Elken sits down with former Oregon basketball player turned Oregon wide receiver Johnathan Loyd. They discuss why Loyd chose to play wide receiver, how he’s settling in to his new sport and what he remembers most about his storied basketball career with the Ducks.
Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Offensive Lineman Tyler Johnstone: Oregon Walk-on Linebacker Ivan Faulhaber: Oregon Offensive Lineman Doug Brenner: Oregon Walk-on Quarterback Taylor Alie:
Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Quarterback Marcus Mariota: Oregon Defensive End Tony Washington: Oregon Wide Receiver Darren Carrington: Oregon Defensive Lineman Sam Kamp:
Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Wide Receiver Bralon Addison: Oregon Offensive Coordinator Scott Frost:
Oregon defensive coordinator Don Pellum: Oregon outside linebackers coach Erik Chinander: Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon defensive lineman Tony Washington: Oregon linebacker Rodney Hardrick:
EUGENE — Oregon begins spring football on Tuesday, April 1st, with the first of 15 practices. The Oregonian’s Andrew Greif stopped by Sunday Sports Extra to preview the most important storylines for the Ducks during the spring. Oregon’s spring practices will culminate on May 3rd with Oregon’s annual spring game at 11 a.m. in Autzen … Continue reading »
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 »