As the NFL wraps up another round of roster cuts, many former Ducks are getting news — both good and bad — about their future in the league.
Former Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn’s first game as head coach will be against Oregon, but this time the odds are stacked against him.
The NFL draft may not have gone the way Thomas wanted, but that doesn’t give fans the right to criticize him.
Reliving the season that was for the Ducks, one game at a time.
No. 6 Oregon takes on No. 3 Stanford for the lead in the Pac-12 North.
Andrew Luck headlines the Stanford offense, but the Cardinal attack is still based in the running game.
The Ducks look much improved since the Cowboy Classic, particularly on defense.
The No. 6 Oregon football team returned to practice in the Moshofsky Center on Monday to begin preparations for a showdown in Palo Alto, Calif. against No. 3 Stanford.
Oregon managed without Anthony Gildon last week, but the senior’s presence will surely be appreciated against a balanced Washington team on Saturday.
Despite giving up more than 400 yards per game, Oregon’s defense has held strong and kept opponents from scoring more often than not.
It hasn’t been seamless, but Eddie Pleasant’s transition to the safety position has given the Ducks an extra weapon in the secondary.
As the No. 10 Oregon football team prepares to face Nick Foles and the Arizona Wildcats’ passing attack, one thing is still looming in many Ducks’ minds: Oregon’s 44-41 win in Tucson in 2009.
Oregon will look to bounce back this week against a Nevada team that is tougher than it looks.
The Daily Emerald caught up with sophomore Josh Huff after practice this week for a quick Q&A. Here’s what we chatted about.
During Oregon’s media day Monday, the first day of fall training camp, depth was the primary point of discussion about the defense. Replacing six starters — including NFL fourth-round draft pick Casey Matthews, and all-conference performers Matthews, Talmadge Jackson III, Brandon Bair and Kenny Rowe — could prove difficult for the Ducks, but it hasn’t lowered the expectations of defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti.