Author Archive for: ‘Daniel Hendricks’

  • Ducks Return to the Madness of March

    Welcome back to the NCAA Tourney fray, Oregon fans.  After a 5-year hiatus, it’s nice to see the Ducks back in the bracket. That being said, I’ll spend a brief moment addressing the unforgivable seeding awarded to Oregon.  Pac-12 boss Larry Scott should be seething at …

    Read More →
  • Sneaky-good Ducks fly under the radar

    The Oregon Ducks sit in plain view atop the Pac-12 men’s basketball standings, but it’s as if they are wearing camouflage jackets and the hunters are sleeping in.  Hoops pundits who speculate about the contenders in the West want to skip over Oregon and set …

    Read More →
  • DSC6953

    Oregon Basketball Is For Real. For Real!

    Oregon is off to a roaring start in Pac-12 men’s basketball and expectations are looking up for this year’s team to make a triumphant return to the NCAA tournament.  With the Pac-12 North left on the schedule, the Ducks are in position to secure a nice …

    Read More →
  • Why Chip Kelly REALLY Came Back To Oregon

    It’s the multi-million dollar question, isn’t it?  Why would a rising star decide to abandon a sure shot at coaching in the big show, only to return to a small town college football program?  Personally, I hope it’s because Chip Kelly was listening to “Max …

    Read More →
  • All I Want For Christmas Is Madness in March

    With Oregon football securely in another BCS bowl, I’ve turned my holiday wishes to hoops.  This year’s squad is playing with promise and purpose, and the Ducks seem primed for a return to the NCAA Tourney.  At 10-2 with one non-conference game remaining, the magic number is …

    Read More →
  • Bowl Games To Watch: A Duck Perspective

    Hey there fans! Like watching football that matters?  Have a really comfortable couch?  You’re primed to make a run through all the big college football bowl games this year.  But since there are a lot of teams you don’t care about, here are the top-10 …

    Read More →
  • Is The Fiesta Bowl Our Last Dance With Chip?

    If the rumblings are true, Oregon’s fearless football leader and master of the abrupt sound bite could be headed for the NFL at the end of the season.  Last night’s Monday Night Football game may have served as a pseudo audition, as talented underachievers like Carolina …

    Read More →