How Does Oregon’s Offense in 2021 Stack Up Against 2014?

David Marsh Editorials 16 Comments

2014 was the first year of the College Football Playoff, and Oregon was the first team to win a CFP semifinal game. The 2014 season was an incredible year for Oregon fans, as Marcus Mariota was the first Oregon player to win the Heisman, which he did while setting QB records — not only for Oregon but for the entire …

Is Syracuse Transfer Guerrier What Oregon Hoops Needs?

Jordan Ingram Editorials 10 Comments

Once again, the Oregon Ducks men’s basketball team will have some big shoes to fill in the offseason. But just like so many years past, head coach Dana Altman has already started making moves, especially in the transfer portal. With the absence of Eugene Omoruyi, Chris Duarte and LJ Figueroa, the Ducks need some help and experience at the forward position. …

Is it PLAYOFF or BUST for Oregon in 2021?

Joshua Whitted Editorials 26 Comments

For years, Oregon Ducks fans have been told, “next year will be the year”. If they can just remain patient and trust the process, the results will soon follow. To a degree, that has come to fruition. When Mario Cristobal took over for Willie Taggart as head coach, Oregon was a good-not-great team that showed flashes of brilliance, but was …

What Does George Kliavkoff Need to do FIRST?

Ryan Robertson Editorials 17 Comments

George Kliavkoff is officially the Pac-12 commissioner. He takes over the conference at one of the most important junctures in history, with the bigger conferences just about in control of the entire country, and the Pac-12 falling further and further behind. The TV deal is a disaster, the football and basketball teams haven’t won a championship in over a decade, …

Why the New Transfer Rule Is Great for the Pac-12

David Marsh Editorials 20 Comments

On Monday the Pac-12 voted unanimously to approve immediate eligibility for intraconference transfers. In other words, players transferring from one Pac-12 school to another no longer have to sit out a year, but instead will be immediately eligible to play. The ACC recently decided to do away with the rule within their own conference, and the NCAA is considering doing …

Ducks Football vs The Ohio State Buckeyes: A New Rivalry?

Alex Heining Editorials 11 Comments

In a recent article from 24/7 Sports, there’s word about Our Beloved Ducks being locked into a back-to-back season series against the Ohio State Buckeyes in 2032-2033. Now, 2032 is a long way away for us Duck fans today, but this says much more about the program than what the article title indicates. The Ducks won’t just be confirmed to be …

Oregon Baseball: The Odds of Winning a Regional in 2021?

OregonReigns Editorials 12 Comments

Our Beloved Diamond Ducks have shocked the Pac-12 in 2021 with superb pitching, and even better hitting not seen in Eugene for years. The College World Series will be held in Omaha, Nebraska, and the season will go through Regionals, Super Regionals, and finally, the College World Series. The 2021 Baseball season has been exciting, especially with so many complete …

Is Oregon Softball Ready for Matchup Against White’s Longhorns?

Jordan Ingram Editorials 8 Comments

It’s always awkward running into an ex-girlfriend after breaking up. I’d imagine the same goes for players and coaches. And for the Oregon Ducks (37-15, 14-10 Pac-12) softball team, the NCAA Regional tournament in Austin, Texas, offers the top-ranked squad an opportunity to square off against former Ducks: Texas Longhorns head coach Mike White and players Shannon Rhodes, Mary Iakopo …