All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Oregon Ducks Wide Receivers’

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    Ready to Take the Lead: One-on-One With Keanon Lowe

    Let’s take a moment to re-live the Oregon vs Cal game from last season. We all remember the rain, right? In one of the wettest games in Autzen history, the Ducks marched onto a 55-16 victory over the Golden Bears. There is one play in …

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    Duck Football 6-Pack: Oregon’s BIG receivers

    Photos courtesy of Kevin Cline In most of the close games and eventual losses during the Chip Kelly era, a common theme seemed to surface consistently.  An opposing team that was able to slow the run game enough force the Ducks to throw would sometimes …

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    The Ducks’ Next 1,000 Yard Receiver?

    Since the Ducks have become “The Ducks” we’ve predominantly been known as a running team.  The Ducks have had 1,000 yard rushers over the past five seasons in Jeremiah Johnson, LeGarrette Blount, LaMichael James, and Kenjon Barner – pretty impressive stuff for any team in any …

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    Spring Game Coaching Surprises

    Coaching surprises in the Spring Game?  Besides the obvious of Mark Helfrich in charge, and more passes than usual – what is new that was unexpected?  This unforeseen development is one I anticipated observing in the fall during our games, and did not expect to see …

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    Will Josh Huff Make It To 1,000 Yards In 2013?

    From his start as one of the most physically ready appearances that the Ducks have had out of a true freshman in a long time, Josh Huff has always been an electrifying player.  With 4.4 speed and more than 200 pounds of mass Huff is …

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  • “Will Power” from Walk-On to Walking Tall

    “Will Power” from Walk-On to Walking Tall ANOTHER IN A SERIES FROM OUR FRIENDS AT MIGHTY OREGON AN INTERVIEW WITH WILL MURPHY By Dusty Ritter A last second realization brought him back to Eugene to fulfill his childhood dream of playing for the Ducks and …

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