Oregon’s senior drop end spoke about what it’s like to change positions and how the Ducks used their spring.
Month: April 2014
Football Recruiting Commitments Oregon pulled one of its greatest recruiting strokes in program history when top-ranked 2015 all-purpose back Taj Griffin (4-Star/Powder Springs, GA/Rivals100) announced that he will don Lightning Yellow and Thunder Green following his senior campaign. “Oregon was just it for me,” said Griffin. ”I knew it […]
The University of Oregon men’s basketball team got their first commitment in the class of 2015.
It is the first conference award for Cheserek, who was also named the USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Week, Monday.
The annual Bi-Mart Spring Game presented by Oregon Community Credit Union kicks off Saturday’s sports extravaganza that includes Pac-12 baseball and softball.
Those from the lower right corner of the country would have us believe that the fabled SEC gauntlet provides no rest for the weary warriors, as they battle their way through one formidable SEC foe after another. Top to bottom, the SEC is just the toughest thing going in college […]
It has been written that April showers bring May flowers! Could we add to that a wet baseball, uncomfortable uniforms and, despite being the namesake of waterfowl, disappointment to the Ducks’ hardball team? Downpours be damned, they had the lead 1-0 going into the 8th inning and their Gold was setting […]
The redshirt freshman doesn’t need a big leg to fit Oregon’s needs perfectly, special teams coach Tom Osborne said.
The Ducks opened the fifth and final week of spring drills this morning, and linebacker Torrodney Prevot continued to impress Mark Helfrich with his efforts.
Oregon broke into two teams for the May 3 spring game at Autzen Stadium.
The SEC’s long-awaited future schedule model came out Sunday, and it looks a lot like its predecessor. The league maintained an eight-game league schedule with longstanding division crossover games, rather than going to nine league games. Beginning in …
EUGENE, Ore. — Ifo Ekpre-Olomu might be the most talented defensive back at Oregon right now, yet he might not have the most important role for the Ducks this season.
It’s quite possible that fifth-year senior free safety Erick Dargan will prov…