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  • All-Hands Team Member — Darren Carrington Jr.

    When a team expects an onside kick they send out what is known as the hands-team, a group player most likely to be able to grab and hang onto a short kick before the kicking team can arrive.  If there were a hands-team for receivers …

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  • Five Things Chip Kelly Did Right and Why Duck Fans Should Be Thankful

    If winning football games is your biggest priority then make it 6 things.  A winning record of 46-7 is no small accomplishment; however, looking long-term there are 5 other things that, when the disappointment clears, I think will be recognized and appreciated. One Putting aside for the …

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  • Juwaan Williams — Decisive, Intelligent, Tenacious

    Juwaan Williams had an impressive high school career, with 38 touchdowns and 1,569 total yards rushing, averaging 8.5 yards per carry.   As a junior, the 6’0″ 185 pound quarterback led his Tucker, Georgia, team to a state AAAAA Football Championship. While Williams’ team was not …

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  • Swift-footed Hurdler Chooses Oregon Football

    The athletes in this years Oregon Ducks recruiting class are shaping up to be a rather unique bunch; including a pair of twins and a pair of players who are the sons of former NFL players.  Now with committed running back Thomas Tyner and the …

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  • Oregon TE Commit has the Credentials

    Chip Kelly has reiterated many times that when it comes to an ideal Oregon Duck quarterback he looks for a great passing QB who can run, not a running back who can throw.  Although it has not been said as such, I believe  similar criteria …

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  • When Being Quick on Your Feet Matters

    Jake Pisarcik is quick on his feet, as is the Oregon Duck coaching staff. It matters. As a result, 6’3″ 280 lb. HS offensive lineman Jake Pisarcik will be suiting up for the Oregon Ducks next fall. It is a strange story in some ways; …

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  • What you don’t know about Oregon’s next Place Kicker

    Oregon has a new place kicker coming to town, and for a lot of fans it is none too soon. Chip Kelly has often made a decision to go for broke on fourth down, the reasoning of which has been unclear at times. I used …

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  • Oregon’s Next Two Headed Monster

    Many of coach Chip Kelly’s philosophies have captured the imagination of the college football world. Fans and coaches alike are fascinated with Oregon’s use of the hurry up offense on steroids,  four-panel picture signs to quickly communicate information to the players on the field, intense …

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  • Meet 6’2″ Defensive Back Chris Seisay

    Oregon – more so than other programs – has a propensity to look for athletes. Players listed as athletes often don’t fit the classic profile for a specific position. It is not uncommon for these players to be a bit underrated. In the haste to …

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  • Putting People on Their Back – Alex Redmond OL

    When Oregon offensive lineman commit Alex Redmond was considering what school he wanted to play for, he realized that in addition to hitting people, he also likes blocking out in space. So of course, when asked why he chose Oregon, Alex said “what better place …

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