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    Most Valuable Coaches (Not Named Helfrich)

      Football is the ultimate team sport. There are 11 players on the field at once, all doing their part in a collective effort to either move the ball up the field, or get the ball back from the other team. For every quarter of …

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    Tasty Tidbits from Media Day

    I am not a “professional,” per se, as I refuse to write the usual “blah-blah” that you’ll see from other media outlets, but then that is why this site began. I wanted more information, and to learn — and our readers have agreed. This Oregon Football Media …

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    Duck ‘Backers Set to Flock to the Ball in 2014

    The departure of Kiko Alonzo and Michael Clay after 2012 made last season a rebuilding year of sorts for the Duck linebacker corps, and some maintain the Ducks’ run defense suffered accordingly.  The numbers reveal that the Ducks gave up 169 ypg on the ground, …

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    Recruiting Update: Late Push Yielding Early Results in 2014?

    Kevin Cline Football Recruiting Visits Entering the twilight of the 2014 recruiting cycle, Oregon has made no bones about an unshakable desire to keep their tabbed recruits.  Now in mid-December, Oregon’s list of commits sits at 15 with several “still at-large” preps shoring up the …

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  • FI Torrodney Prevot Craig Strobeck

    The Duckling Profile: Torrodney Prevot Could be Next Dion Jordan

    Craig Strobeck Third on the depth chart behind Boseko Lokombo and Tyson Coleman, is true freshman linebacker Torrodney Prevot.  The Texan from Alief Taylor High School in Houston, first committed to USC in July, 2012, but still scheduled visits to Texas A&M and Oregon.  Late …

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    True Freshmen Tyner, Robinson Ready to Debut!

     Gary Breedlove As another heralded recruiting class signed their LOIs in February, the Ducks see one of the most potent freshman classes they have ever assembled.  Signing 4-star recruits such as Cameron Hunt and Matt Wogan, help ensure the stability of the Green and Yellow for years to come.  …

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    Ducks Plaster the Nicholls Colonels, 66-3

    Craig Strobeck The Oregon Ducks demolished FCS doormat Nicholls as expected Saturday afternoon, by a score of 66-3, but the game gave the plucky Colonels some reasons to feel proud, and the Ducks’ coaches areas to improve this season. Speculation that the Ducks would pass …

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  • Meet Your New Ducks: 4-Star from Texas…Enough Said

    There’s always tons of hype surrounding football recruits out of Texas.  It’s the mecca of high school football and has consistently produced an elite level of talent.  As Oregon has emerged as a national title contender year in and year out, they’re finding themselves on …

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  • Oregon Football Recruiting Manifesto: What Happened in 2012-2013?

    This multi-week series will attempt to take a reasonable, logical and unbiased look at Oregon’s recent recruiting successes and failures while analyzing the program’s recruiting philosophy under Chip Kelly.  The series will then look at how that philosophy already has and may continue to evolve …

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    Ducks Receive Another Signing Day Present

    Oregon Football has made a habit of gaining unexpected commitments from highly recruited prospects on National Signing Day.  In 2010, the quiet and humble defensive tackle Ricky Heimuli, who played his recruiting cycle extremely close to the vest, sent his letter of intent to Eugene.  …

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