Tagged: Scott Frost

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Scott Frost on the Move?

Just a couple weeks after dodging a bullet from Nebraska, Oregon fans have another coaching opening to worry about. Scott Frost, the Ducks’ dynamic offensive coordinator for the past two seasons, is rumored to be recruited by Colorado State for their...

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Recruiting Update: Dual-Threat Stidham Heading West?

Football Recruiting News Mere moments after newly-minted Heisman winner Marcus Mariota brought tears to the country’s eyes, another signal caller was the subject of breaking news. Long time Texas Tech commit Jarrett Stidham (4-Star/Stephenville, TX/Rivals100) quietly announced that he would...

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His Name Is Mark Helfrich

Standing on the sidelines, drenched with Gatorade, 41 year old University of Oregon head coach, Mark Helfrich, grinned from ear to ear as his QB prodigy ran away from him with an empty bucket. With Oregon’s first PAC-12 Title since 2011,...

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Mariota’s Layers of Leadership

I caught myself smiling as I read George Schroeder’s feature on Marcus Mariota for USA TODAY Sports last night. What Duck fan doesn’t enjoy reading some good gushing over our once-in-a-generation-talent quarterback? We adore him (in a platonic football way,...

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Run Royce Run!

The Oregon coaching staff has been adamant and clear about one thing all season long, and after seeing his performance on friday night, they might have to change their stance. Freshmen running back Royce Freeman had his third straight week...

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Home away from home?

Last week I looked at the advantage the match-up at home gave the Ducks against the Huskies. This week’s game in California isn’t a home game for the Ducks, but its looking as if  it won’t be for the Golden Bears...

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Ducks Success Hangs in the Balance

“Happiness is not a matter of intensity but of balance, order, rhythm, and harmony.” – Thomas Merton After attending college for three years now and absorbing as much enlightening knowledge as a naive 21-year-old is capable of, I feel that...