All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Kenjon Barner’

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    Chip Kelly Update: Cuts to the Quick

    OK, it’s getting serious now. And Cody Parkey (above) is smiling. The Eagles cut down to 76 players days ahead of the Tuesday deadline and handled it with class. (Their final cut to 75 was an injury waiver for backup center Julian Vandervelde on cut …

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    Chip Kelly Update: Oregon Bias, More Kenjon & Less Huff

    The Philadelphia Eagles have gone through the entire off-season with no roster changes at all. Then boom! Heading into preseason Game 3, Chip Kelly and GM Howie Roseman moved decisively. First they released Jason Phillips, a special teams ace who never came back from an ACL tear. …

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    If You Build It, They Will Come … Right?

    The Oregon Ducks’ success in recent years came at such a fast pace, that it hit Duck fans maybe too rapidly and just as hard. Their program went from zero to hero as fast as you can say, “We should have been in every National …

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    And the 2014 Forget-Me-Not Award Goes to — Byron Marshall

    Over the past decade, Oregon fans have been blessed with stellar running backs carrying the ball for the Ducks. From Jonathan Stewart to LaMichael James to De’Anthony Thomas, Oregon has had success running the ball with different types of backs. This past month’s NFL draft …

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    My Best Fish (Duck) Story — and Closing Memoir

    I’ll never forget the date: Oct. 10, 2011. I remember feeling completely lost, staring into my computer screen for literally hours. You see, I had my first post due for something called “FishDuck.com” at 3 a.m. the next morning. And, while I had been able to …

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    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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    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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  • Countdown to the Alamo Bowl: How Oregon’s and Texas’ running backs stack up

    In the days leading up to the 2013 Alamo Bowl, the Emerald will take a unit-by-unit look at Oregon and Texas, determining which team has the edge going into the showdown on Dec. 30 in San Antonio. Today, we’ll look at each team’s running backs, with thoughts on Texas from Wescott Eberts of Burnt Orange Nation. Oregon The […] Continue reading

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    Barner Scores, Chip Needs More

    Kevin Cline Running back Kenjon Barner and coach Chip Kelly are just a couple of many former Ducks that were in action last Friday night.  This was the inaugural weekend of the NFL’s preseason.  On one hand there was Barner, now with the Carolina Panthers, …

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    Kenjon Barner Enters Minicamp with Chip on His Shoulder

     Kevin Cline As a senior at the University of Oregon, Kenjon Barner rushed for 1,767 yards and 23 touchdowns (21 rushing) to help lead the Ducks to their second BCS bowl game victory in as many seasons.  The Los Angeles native who started only one …

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