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  • Johnathan Lloyd 4 UtahValley1314CS

    Position Change Makes Johnathan Loyd One Rare Duck

    If there are any Duck fans out there still skeptical or on the fence about Johnathan Loyd’s place in Oregon Duck athletic history, Dana Altman’s first recruit just gave you another reason to get on board. Already the winningest player in the long history of …

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  • Nick Aliotti 1 Colorado13CG 2 1024x9211

    Five Great Games From Nick Aliotti’s Stretch Run

    The Oregon football team has begun their annual Spring practice period, and will be breaking in a new Defensive Coordinator for the first time since 1999.  The now-retired Nick Aliotti had been a part of the Duck football landscape off and on since 1978.  He …

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  • Chip Kelly UA2012KC

    Mark Helfrich Assaulting Record Books With Chip Kelly’s Best QB

    Entering what is now the second spring of the Mark Helfrich era at Oregon, Chip Kelly’s influence remains visible across all facets of the Oregon football program.  From the up-tempo style of play Kelly initially installed as a coordinator to the commitment to unique and …

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  • Mike Moser 36 BYU1314CS

    Mike Moser and the Evolution of the Transfer Power Forwards

    As Mike Moser has caught fire, the Oregon Ducks have surged to six straight wins. The senior from Portland is coming off a series against the Southern California schools where he hit another gear, averaging 16 points, 16 rebounds, and 4.5 assists per game.  On top …

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  • Byron Marshall 52 Washington State13CS

    Clarifying The Ducks’ Cluttered Backfield

    With an all-time top ten list featuring players like Derek Loville, Saladin McCullough, Reuben Droughns, Jonathan Stewart, LaMichael James and Kenjon Barner — the Oregon football program has always done well with running backs.  The way they have been used has evolved over the years, …

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  • Moser Featured John Giustina

    Men’s Basketball: Ducks Lean on Seniors, Dump Dogs

    Oregon needed to make a statement during this three-game home stand.  And now it is two down, one to go for the Ducks (17-8, 5-8) after a 78-71 win over the Washington Huskies (14-13, 6-8) on Wednesday night. The win marked the 500th for Dana …

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    Oregon Ducks Football: Six Standout Performances From 2013

    When the clock hits zero at the Super Bowl, it also serves as the conclusion to the football season each year.  Seemingly long after all of the bowl games have been played at the college level, the NFL has a way of temporarily filling the …

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  • Addison Highstepping 11

    Oregon Ducks Football: Four Key Positions in Flux

    Player personnel in college football is a constant revolving door — finding, developing and then plugging in the “next man up” is a never-ending battle for coaches. Entering the 2013 season, some notable personnel losses for the Oregon Ducks football team were apparent.  Three senior …

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  • Chip Kelly UA2012KC

    Four Ways the Oregon Ducks Have Changed After Chip

    Leading up to the kickoff against Nicholls State, Duck fans were anxious to see what Oregon would look like under new coach Mark Helfrich.  Chip Kelly had led the program to previously unprecedented heights, and had done so using a unique and distinctive approach.  His …

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  • Tyner Featured

    Huge Civil War Vaults Thomas Tyner to Elite Status

    Expectations.  Prior to this football season, expectations for Oregon’s true freshman running back Thomas Tyner were sky high.  Probably as high as any first year player in Ducks’ history. Before committing to the in-state Ducks, Tyner had demolished an array of school and state records …

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