Tagged: Oregon Ducks Offense

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Has Oregon Killed Chip Kelly’s Offense?

There’s no questioning that Chip Kelly revolutionized not just the Oregon offense, but college football itself. While Mark Helfrich largely sustained that offensive success with quarterback Marcus Mariota, since he left for the NFL we have seen gradual changes to...

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Two Non-Conference Matchups Fans Would Dig

Craig Strobeck With the Ducks setting up a home-and-home against the Nebraska Cornhuskers for the 2016 and 2017 seasons, it doesn’t hurt to ponder which opponents the nation would love to see matchup against Oregon. Clemson Tigers With or without...

Oregon vs. Michigan 2007: The True Dawn of the Chip Kelly Era 1

Oregon vs. Michigan 2007: The True Dawn of the Chip Kelly Era

Football is an extremely complex game filled with trickery, mental toughness, and constant adjustments.  Coaches and players alike must be on their toes at all times, actively trying to remain one step ahead of their opponent. As Oregon fans know,...

The Day the Webfoots Broke 100 Points 0

The Day the Webfoots Broke 100 Points

We all know the Ducks are capable of posting ridiculous offensive numbers.  However, one thing the team has yet to accomplish in the modern era is entering the realm of triple digits. Recently, Oregon has gained national attention for its...

Revolutionizing a revolutionary offense? 1

Revolutionizing a revolutionary offense?

Oregonian sports writer Adam Jude believes the hiring of new wide receiver coach Matt Lubick may signal a change in philosophy for the Oregon offense.  The usual run-first attack may evolve to a more pass-heavy offense next year.  Lubick, who coached at Duke last year, was recently named...