Fiesta Bowl No Huddle Dynamics

Josh Schlichter Fish Reports 8 Comments

One of the most exciting moments from the 2013 Fiesta Bowl had to be the half-ending touchdown drive Oregon put together to effectively finish off the Kansas State Wildcats. After the Wildcats had marched down the field and threatened to take a 17-15 lead, Oregon’s defense held tight and forced KSU to kick a field goal, which they promptly missed, …

Fiesta Bowl Signals Big 2013 for DAT

Joel Gunderson FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 2 Comments

With the release of the 2013 football schedule this week, Oregon fans were given the blueprint to the 2014 National championship game.  Oregon’s tougher non-conference slate gives way to a manageable PAC-12 schedule, which features a big Thursday night showdown at Stanford in November.  Looking at the schedule is fun and all, but it won’t determine where Oregon ends next season.  …

FishDuck Game Review: A Fast, Hard Finish to a Season…and an Era

Nathan Roholt FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 2 Comments

“We don’t let outside influences define our program.” – Chip Kelly That’s been the definition of Win The Day, the mantra of the Oregon Ducks since the start of the Chip Kelly era.  The team only worries about what it can control, and what it cannot is ignored.  Yet despite playing in its fourth consecutive BCS game, including the National …

Fishduck Writers Present Our Greatest Duck Moments In 2012!

FishDuck Staff FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 2 Comments

Our beloved Oregon Ducks have been outstanding this year in all areas of athletics.  What follows is the contribution of many of the Fishduck writers, in bringing to you the highlights that we witnessed in one of the finest years ever for the Oregon Ducks! Two Civil War Wins by Josh White 2012 featured so many bright spots and worthy …

Comparing Mariota to Past Greats: A Brief History of Oregon’s Freshman Quarterbacks

Joey Holland History 1 Comment

‘Twas the season of freshman quarterbacks, when all through the nation… not a defense could stop them, not even Nick Saban’s.” Ok, so a couple of defenses slowed them down, but you get the point. The impact that freshmen quarterbacks had on the 2012 college football season is undeniable. Johnny Manziel was the first freshman to ever win the Heisman …