Gary Campbell — The Man in the Suit and Behind the Offense

Henry Swift Men of Oregon: Players and Coaches 2 Comments

Rich Brooks, Mike Bellotti, and Chip Kelly are all coaches responsible for great seasons and the current state of the Oregon football team. As fans, we attribute success and failure to the head coaches, but it is never just the head coaches that are responsible for the success of a team. Too often we give the head coaches — and sometimes …

Colt Lyerla — Will He Get a Second Chance?

Noah Smith FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 8 Comments

  Just about everyone is familiar with the “Big Three” when referring to GM, Ford and Chrysler; LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh; or the folk band, The Big 3. Likewise, Oregon now has its own “Big Three,” which consists of former players who didn’t do the right things when they were Ducks. The trio consists of troubled players …

Super Bowl Ducks Talk Statue of Liberty, The Spread Offense, Taylor’s and Burrito Boy

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FishDuck.com Feature Writer Mike Ostrom sits down with Former Ducks Max Unger and Will Tukuafu of the Seattle Seahawks with LeGarrette Blount and Patrick Chung of the New England Patriots at Super Bowl Media Day: Two Oregon Ducks are going to walk away Super Bowl 48 Champions Sunday night in Arizona. The other two Oregon Ducks will walk away feeling …

Four Former Ducks Set to Participate in Super Bowl

Omar Garibay FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 2 Comments

Championship weekend is officially over, but the NFL showcased a jam-packed Sunday that, much like any other playoff event in professional sports, was exciting, unpredictable and shocking. The Seattle Seahawks came out victorious against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, and, well, let me just say that I’m still shocked over what happened in the last few minutes of …

If You Build It, They Will Come … Right?

Dean Davis FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 4 Comments

The Oregon Ducks’ success in recent years came at such a fast pace, that it hit Duck fans maybe too rapidly and just as hard. Their program went from zero to hero as fast as you can say, “We should have been in every National Championship since 2010 but let it slip in the most painful way to watch.” It …

Just a Rebound Away From Potentially Making it a Great Day

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EUGENE, OR.- After such a dominant win against Washington State last weekend, the Ducks were looking to carry over that momentum into Thursday night’s game against the legendary UCLA Bruins.  Last year, Oregon ended up beating UCLA in the PAC-12 Championship game, which gave the Ducks a birth into the NCAA tournament.  By UCLA’s effort last night and SportCenter Top …