Pac-12 South Division: WORST in the Power Five?

Mike Merrell Editorials 24 Comments

Everywhere you look, you see another article about how the Pac-12 sucks. But this isn’t about the entire Pac-12. The Pac-12 North has nothing to be embarrassed about, at least not in the high-profile worlds of football and basketball. Five of the six Pac-12 North members made bowl games this academic year, and three of them won. Going 3-2 in …

The 2016 Ducks Again Lose in Embarrassing Fashion: Stanford Edition

Jay Garnett Editorials 13 Comments

At least the Huskies lost. That’s about all that went well for Oregon fans Saturday. The Ducks were humiliated yet again, this time at Autzen Stadium, against Pac-12 North Division rival Stanford, 52-27. The final score really doesn’t even come close to telling how poor this showing was for the home team. The story heading into this matchup between two fallen …

Ducks’ 2015 Schedule Brings Intrigue

Ben Salaman FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 0 Comments

The schedule for the Ducks’ 2015 season has been released, and there are some big matchups you should keep your eye on. The season kick off with the Ducks’ home opener against Vernon Adams Jr.’s former team, the Eastern Washington Eagles. The matchup should be interesting, especially after the dispute between EWU’s head coach Beau Baldwin and the University of Oregon. Depending on …

Three Takeaways from the Oregon vs. Utah Game

Austin Willhoft FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 0 Comments

What a dogfight, what a battle, what a game that was for the Ducks. Last night, Oregon flocked out of Rice-Eccles Stadium with 51-27 victory over the tough Utah Utes. It wasn’t easy for Oregon to win this game as Utah exemplifies a team with immense heart and wouldn’t go down without a solid fight. Offensively, the Ducks were unstoppable …

Third Time’s The Charm For Ducks

Max Thornberry FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 1 Comment

The last two years the Ducks have been in position to play for a national championship, but they have been thwarted by Stanford. All Ducks fans know this and we all understand the importance of tomorrow night’s match-up against an incredibly strong Stanford defense. So will the third time be the charm for the Ducks? Or will they see another …

“Fundamentally Sound” Defense Ready for Golden Bears

Max Thornberry FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 0 Comments

Last year’s “monsoon” game against Cal holds a special significance for me. I had come up from California for my first ever Oregon football game. This Friday’s game hold’s similar value for DL Arik Armstead who nearly decided to play for  Cal before opting to commit to the Ducks. Caleb Couturie and Omar Garibay-Diaz of FishDuck.com interviewed Armstead at the The …

Division Powers: Pac-12 North

Pat Pannu FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 2 Comments

There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that the Pac-12 is one of the best conferences in the country. The conference has changed vastly since its conception, but one thing has always stayed the same: winning. With the addition of Utah and Colorado three years ago (how time flies), the Pac-12 was split into two divisions: North and South. Though the North …