Oregon's offense proved to be too strong for Cal's defense in a high-scoring affair that saw both teams combine for over 1,100 yards of offense.
Three key Oregon Ducks did not make the trip to play at Cal.
Cal has an impressive passing game but its defense is one of the worst in the nation giving it little chance to compete with the No. 6 Ducks.
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1dMen's basketball Pac-12 media day was held in San Francisco Thursday and the Oregon Ducks were picked to finish eighth in the conference. “Our team faces some challenges this year,” Altman said during the media day interview session. “We have a limited roster, not much...
1dAnother edition of our Oregon Ducks' Roundtable. Today we're looking at what sparked the Ducks' turnaround in recent weeks. Check out yesterday's article on the running backs. What has caused the change for the Ducks turnaround?
1dA more aggressive Ducks' defense has led to more plays being made behind the line of scrimmage.
2dAndre Yruretagoyena gives an injury update and tells his story about piercing his ears on a dare.
2dToday's Ducks wrap up features defensive coordinator Don Pellum discussing the strengths of the Cal Bear's offense.
2dOn this weeks Talkin’ Ducks, the boys on the panel get us prepared for a trip to the bay, to take on the Cal Bears. They also updated us Marcus Mariota’s race to for the Heisman trophy, and told us why, after its recent hot play, the Oregon defense has found its form. They...