Web Extra: Campbell, Frost, Grasu, More

Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost: Oregon running back Gary Campbell: Oregon center Hroniss Grasu: Oregon offensive lineman Doug Brenner: Oregon defensive tackle Arik Armstead:

Web Extra: Helfrich, Mariota, Grasu

Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota: Oregon center Hroniss Grasu:

Web Extra: Frost, Washington on Monday

EUGENE, Oregon – Oregon players talk after Monday’s practice, offensive coordinator talks about Washington’s defense. Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost: Oregon special teams coordinator Tom Osborne: Oregon defensive back Ifo Ekpre-Olomu: Oregon linebacker Tony Washington: Oregon quarterback Taylor Alie:

Web Extra: Mark Helfrich on Sunday

EUGENE, Oregon – Mark Helfrich talks about Oregon’s 42-30 win at UCLA during his press conference Sunday evening. Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich:

Web Extra: Day 2 at Pac-12 Media Days

Washington head coach Chris Petersen: UCLA head coach Jim Mora: Arizona State head coach Todd Graham: Colorado head coach Mike MacIntyre: UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley: Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan: ASU quarterback Taylor Kelly: Stanford safety Jordan Richards: ASU offensive lineman Jamil Douglas:

Huskies Ruin Senior Day, Beat OSU 69-27

Courtesy: Oregon State Sports Information CORVALLIS, Ore. – Brandin Cooks caught 10 passes for 117 yards to lead Oregon State in a 69-27 loss to Washington Saturday night at Reser Stadium. Cooks extended his school-record for receptions in a single season to 110 while his 117 yards receiving pushed him past Mike Hass (2005) for the most … Continue reading »

Won the Decade: Ducks Beat UW, Again

Courtesy: Oregon Sports Information SEATTLE – Marcus Mariota was finally forced to take a fourth-quarter snap for Oregon. He was just as good as he was in the first three. Mariota threw for 366 yards and three touchdowns, added another 88 yards and one TD rushing, and the second-ranked Ducks won their 10th straight over … Continue reading »

Heartbreak City: OSU loses to UW, 20-17

Courtesy: OSU Sports Information SEATTLE — Brandin Cooks caught nine passes, including a 54-yard touchdown scamper, in Oregon State’s 20-17 loss at Washington. It was the first loss of the season for the seventh-ranked Beavers. Sophomore quarterback Sean Mannion, returning from a two-game absence due to knee surgery, threw for 221 yards but was intercepted four times. Mannion … Continue reading »