All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘John Boyett’

  • TMitch Feature

    Recruiting Analysis: Ducks Dodge Disaster

    When news broke that Don Pellum was going to be Oregon’s new defensive coordinator, a number of people asked me how it would affect recruiting.  ”It won’t,” I said, “the thing to watch is whether or not John Neal stays put.”  I was worried, since …

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    Another Amazing Oregon Feat: Avoiding Injuries

    Kevin Cline The Ducks haven’t made four straight BCS bowl games by accident. When a team has elite talent and a transcendent offensive system, it’s gonna win games. Yet Oregon, like every good team, has benefited from some tremendous good fortune. Since 2009, Oregon experienced …

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  • Oregon’s Underrated/Outstanding Defensive Backs

    Before anything else, one word usually comes to mind when people hear about the Oregon Ducks, “Offense.” The Ducks have finished among the elite in the national standings over each of the past six years in terms of total offense, and have developed quite a …

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  • Leader of the PAC – Ducks Post Historic Draft Class

    The Oregon Ducks had five former players — the most of any PAC-12 team – drafted this weekend in the 2013 NFL Draft. It is bittersweet for us Duck fans to see our players move on to the next level but this progress in players getting …

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    RUDY. RUUDY. RUUUDY! RUUUUDY!!: Overachieving Ducks of the Chip Kelly Era

    National Signing Day is, by now, a distant memory.  We silently fist-pumped (probably at work) as preps across the nation used something called a “facks machine” for the first (and probably last) time to send their NLIs to Eugene.  We looked over the tremendous haul …

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  • Kenjon Barner, Four Other Ducks Invited to NFL Combine

    The Ducks will be sending five players to the NFL combine in hopes of realizing their childhood dream – playing football professionally. Players invited are: Kenjon Barner, RB John Boyett, S Dion Jordan, DL Kyle Long, OL Kiko Alonso, LB All five of these players …

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