The pair will be asked to replace the highly-productive Boseko Lokombo on the outside.
Monthly Archive: July 2014
The Oregon libero enters her sophomore season coming off a trip to China with the Pac-12 All-Star Team.
In case you’ve ever walked to a football stadium on a Saturday and thought to yourself, “Man, I’m really excited for the football game and spending time with friends, but I’m disappointed that my game ticket smells like a ticket…
Michigan State, which plays Oregon on Sept. 6, is also a top-10 team.
The Oregon Ducks’ dynamic high-speed and high-tempo offense has been truly amazing to watch during the last several years. With a brilliant mix of veteran talent and developing young stars looking to make names...
The junior has room for improvement as he enters his second season as a starter.
Tony Washington, Derrick Malone and Rodney Hardrick enter their second season as starters, portending a step up in production for the UO linebackers in 2014.
Oregon Ducks target Josh Sweat becomes ESPN’s top-ranked football prospect, joining other future Ducks on the rise
Another Ducks target is No. 2 in ESPN’s latest rankings in the class of 2015.
The next generation is poised to step up on the UO defensive line, with a trio of juniors leading the Ducks into preseason camp next week.
Oregon potentially could be losing a big man.
After three consecutive turnovers on the first three drives, the Texas Bullets stood calmly on the sideline knowing that this was it. Down 10-0 to the back-to-back league champion and current national champion North...
Football Recruiting News Head coach Mark Helfrich hasn’t been bashful about looking for talent at the JUCO level. A long recruiting rapport with high-profile defensive end Ulric Jones (3-Star/El Dorado, KS) has paid off...
Register-Guard to sue UO after district attorney denies appeal requesting records from sexual assault case
The Lane County District Attorney rejected two newspapers’ appeal for the University of Oregon to disclose public records from the sexual assault case involving three former Oregon men’s basketball players: Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and Brandon Austin. One newspaper, The Register-Guard, will sue the UO in Lane County Circuit Court as a result. “The rejection of our appeal […]