Ducks Don’t Play to Win and Get Romped

Darren Perkins Editorials 54 Comments

Good ole’ figures of speech such as “going down swinging,” “take a roll of the dice” and “gotta’ be in it to win it” didn’t apply to the Ducks on Saturday. The Ducks offense was the equivalent of a baseball team whose batters stood at the plate all game long with the bat firmly resting on their shoulders. They were …

3 Things the Ducks Need to do Against Southern Utah

Darren Perkins Editorials 18 Comments

Southern Utah should be an easy win for the Ducks. A practice game really. The Ducks have questions, and let’s say guys step up and address these questions in a positive way. Does it really mean anything against such an inferior opponent? Being a star against Southern Utah and then getting shutdown a week later against Nebraska would mean that …

The Fish Report: Playmakers Dominate Oregon Football Scrimmage

Charles Fischer Editorials 3 Comments

I am often surprised by these Spring scrimmages, but this one was for different reasons than you might think; this is a new offense, and the defense is improved and frankly things are progressing faster on both sides of the ball than I anticipated. Oh, sure – after freezing in Eugene last week from big pelting raindrops and hail – …

Oregon Football Recruiting Analysis: Who is Knocking on Oregon’s Door?

Jason Fowler FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 3 Comments

While the 2014 college football season has just begun, this time also marks the second half of the recruiting season. This is the time of year that recruiting really heats up and high school seniors take their official visits to schools of interest. Oregon historically does its best recruiting during the football season after having its best recruiting preseason ever. So, …

Recruiting Update: Oregon Raiding Inland Along the Coast

Mark Flores FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 0 Comments

Football Recruiting Offers Jack-of-all-trades athlete Stephen Johnson III (4-Star/San Leandro, CA) is catching fire heading into his senior summer.  While recently discovered by the Oregon faithful, Johnson III appears to have been on wide receivers coach Matt Lubick’s wish list for some time.  Toward the end of last week, the Ducks’ coaching staff made good on their promise and extended …