Tagged: Charles Nelson

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Ducks’ Recruiting Class Stockpiling Weapons

National Signing Day is tomorrow. Recruits nationwide will decide which college they will attend, and teams’ recruiting classes will begin to solidify. The Ducks already received signed letters of intent from five players, including five-star defensive lineman Canton Kaumatule, so this...

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Next Heisman Up? A Unique Opportunity for Ducks

The Oregon football season ended with as many questions as achievements, leaving many speculating about how the Ducks’ football program will respond to the magic and disappointment of 2014. As recruiting enters its final stretch, the quarterback discussion has started to heat up in Eugene. It’s...

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Oregon Has Multi-Purpose Receiving Corps

The Ducks are only a couple days away from their date with Ohio State for the College Football Playoff National Championship game on Jan. 12. The Ducks arrived in Dallas without the talents of wide receiver Darren Carrington II who will miss the rest of...

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Carrington Yet Another Weapon For The Ducks

The Oregon offense certainly doesn’t lack weapons, boasting the Heisman winner Marcus Mariota, Pac-12 offensive freshman of the year Royce Freeman and running back turned slot receiver Byron Marshall. As if Mariota and the offense needed any more help, redshirt freshman...

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The Freshman Factor

I don’t even try to keep it a secret that I’m absolutely enamored with this freshman class. Royce Freeman, Darren Carrington, Devon Allen, Charles Nelson, Doug Brenner and Aidan Schneider have all made their own significant impacts on the Ducks’ 2014...

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Oregon’s Fabulous Freshmen Crush Arizona

The PAC-12 Championship between Oregon and Arizona was a battle of the babies, with both teams led by talented freshmen. Friday, the Ducklings crushed the Wildkittens, which is a great sign for Oregon’s future. Arizona’s Anu Solomon (287 yards passing)...