Tagged: Pharaoh Brown
In a interview for FishDuck.com on Monday, I got to speak with Oregon’s longest tenured football coach Gary Campbell. Oregon displayed a tremendous effort on both sides of the football in their win against...
Since the previous week featured so much condemnation and in-fighting among Duck fans, a win over a ranked UCLA team was just what the doctor ordered to settle down some heated feelings. It appears...
When Pharaoh Brown called his mother on graduation day, he sounded calm. Jeannetta Smith assumed her son was pulling another prank, but this one angered her. “This is not how you play,” Smith said. Brown wasn’t joking. His friend, Fred Zuber, had drowned hours earlier. He sounded calm because he was in shock. Brown, Zuber and three […]
Every Sunday, The Emerald sports staff will collect their favorite quotes from the previous seven days. Athletes, coaches, media or anybody with a quote pertaining to Oregon sports can be included. Below are The Emerald’s favorites from the week of Feb. 24-March 2. Baseball “We’re the 2014 Ducks. We’re going to be able to hit […]
The Emerald sat down with Oregon tight end Pharaoh Brown this morning and discussed last December’s snowball fight incident, after which Brown was suspended for the Alamo Bowl due to his involvement. Brown talked about his actions on Dec. 6, the criticism he received, the extensive media attention surrounding the incident and his suspension. When the […]
Brian Teague had finals to study for, but he first had to finish weight lifting. Teague was preparing for his fifth and final season as a walk-on tight end for the Oregon football team and he had a chance to earn a scholarship for the first time in his career. During the lift, rookie head coach […] Continue reading →
Every week, the Emerald sports staff will collect and post their favorite tweets from Oregon athletes, coaches, media, etc. Below are the favorites from sports reporter Andrew Bantly from Dec. 20-22. Oregon soccer defender Achijah Berry: At least 5 babies on this plane. When one wasn’t crying another was. Couldn’t ask for a better flight […] Continue reading →