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    Oregon Football Recruiting Analysis: Spring Cleaning

    The off season for the Oregon Ducks football team has proven to be a little hectic, causing some fans to wonder what will happen to their favored program. With the unusual amount of transfers and departures in the off season, there are going to be questions …

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    No Need to Panic: Ducks Will be Just Fine Without Recent Departures

    The Oregon Ducks saw two more players leave the team earlier this week when it was confirmed that linebackers Oshay Dunmore and Tyrell Robinson were leaving the program as a result of undisclosed violations of team rules. Their departure brings the number of players who …

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  • DeAnthony Thomas 26 Virginia13Shurtleff

    Oregon Football Recruiting Analysis: To Flip or Not To Flip

    Oregon wants just one quarterback for the 2015 class and Notre Dame should be worried. After visiting Eugene several days ago, the long time Notre Dame commit, Blake Barnett, may have second thoughts about the Fighting Irish. Almost immediately, Barnett opened his recruiting up by …

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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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    Robinson Twins: The Ducks Developing a Dynamic Duo

    Arizona, Arizona State, Georgia, Missouri, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC, Utah and Washington are just a handful of the quality programs that offered scholarships to blue-chip twin brothers Tyree and Tyrell Robinson.  They are now both proud Ducks. Tyree redshirted last …

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  • GameDay: Oregon football players struggle transitioning to basketball, but should they specialize?

    With about a second left in the game, Pleasant Grove High School trailed Monterey Trail 59-58 on Dec. 10, 2010. Pleasant Grove’s head coach, John DePonte, decided to run the final play for his star junior, Arik Armstead. “Coach Duponte draws up a play, gets it to Arik, who hits a turnaround jumper at the […]

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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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    Recruiting Update: Oregon’s New Pipeline

    Football Recruiting Fall Camp Update A mere 11 days away from our season opener, the Men of Autzen continue to make strides that will lead us to another date: January 6, 2014. Entering Week 3 of fall camp, the class of 2013 is making its presence …

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  • Tyree and Tyrell Robinson, Dual-Sport Dynamos

    Don’t bother telling Tyree and Tyrell Robinson that it’s a formidable task to play two sports in college (especially football and basketball).  These twins from San Diego’s Lincoln High School are up for the challenge.  “We’re trying to be great in both sports,” says Tyrell. …

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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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