Author Archive for: ‘Sam Legge’

  • Ducks recruiting class coming together

    There were whispers that the Chip Kelly loss could throw a wet towel on Ducks recruiting. Instead of rolling over, Coach Helfrich immediately got to work, took a group of coaches and visited several of the already-committed players as well as a few new prospects.  Their hard work …

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    Ducks Basketball Playing Like the (Good) Old Days

    It’s been a few years since the Ducks were this good at basketball.  Ranked #16 in the polls, the Ducks are off to a 17-2 start including a 6-0 record in PAC-12 play with key wins over #24 UCLA, #18 UNLV and #4 Arizona.  When …

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    Kelly is gone? The Ducks will be Fine.

    In the few days since Chip Kelly took the job as the Eagles head coach, there has been an unwarranted negative attitude displayed by some Duck fans.  The Kelly departure certainly is a blow, but the best thing to do is to move forward and work with what we have.  And …

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  • Oregon Track Starting Off the Season Right

    It’s exciting to think about where Oregon track what Oregon track has the potential to accomplish by the end of this year. On Saturday, the Ducks racked up 12 wins in the Blue and Orange season opener. In the women’s 60m, Jenna Prandini ran a …

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  • Anthony Wallace to Transfer

    Former highly recruited 4-star recruit Anthony Wallace out of Dallas, Texas, has made his plans to transfer public after two seasons for the Ducks. Wallace, a third-string linebacker, accumulated 13 tackles in limited action in 15 games. The 6’1″ 235 pound linebacker has been a …

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    Liz Brenner nominated for James E. Sullivan Award

    Liz Brenner joins the likes of Gabby Douglas, Missy Franklin, Manti Te’o, A.J. McCarron and others, all of whom have been nominated for the James E. Sullivan Award which crowns the nation’s top amateur athlete. Brenner will look to capture the prestigious award sometimes referred …

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    Arik Armstead two-sport athlete

    In this day and age, athletes are often encouraged to focus solely on one sport when they enter college.  Don’t tell that to Arik Armstead, Oregon’s highly recruited defensive lineman who just wrapped up his Freshmen season playing for the Ducks football team.  Armstead has …

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  • Ducks New Year’s Resolutions

    Since the new year is upon us, many of us have made our resolutions for the year 2013.  This got me thinking:  what are some things that we could hope for as Ducks fans this year? My first 2013 resolution would be for Oregon football …

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    What’s at Stake in the Fiesta Bowl

    We’re less than 12 hours away from Oregon’s 4th straight BCS bowl, and the Ducks aren’t only playing for the reputation of the team. With the lack of success this year and the last few years from PAC-12 teams in bowl games, Oregon is playing …

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    The match-up no one is talking about in the Fiesta Bowl

    With all this talk of the match-ups between quarterbacks, offenses, and defenses little attention has been payed to the most commonly neglected phase of football: special teams. Special teams has the potential to play a crucial role in the Fiesta Bowl, especially if the game …

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