Senior Oregon offensive lineman Andre Yruretagyena will forgo his last year of eligibility for the Ducks.
Jamie Hudson is getting you set for all the madness in March, as she takes a look at the Ducks and Beavers 2014-2015 seasons.
Oregon 80, Cal 69 Records: Oregon (21-8, 11-5 Pac-12), Cal (16-12, 6-9).
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1hSo, you're certain Jameis Winston is going first overall. You're certain there's a chance that Marcus Mariota will fall a bit, opening the door for the Eagles to make some crazy trade to move up and get him. And, if Mariota doesn't plummet and the Eagles keep the 20th pick...
1dA number of teams will want to trade back from their original first-round slot. The supply will likely outweigh the demand, or teams could settle for less “value” in return. There might only be 10-15 consensus first-round talents in the 2015 class, and many many more...
1dIt was Nike founder Phil Knight's birthday yesterday. What do you get the man who has everything? How about a birthday surprise that includes a personalized University of Oregon fight song and Oregon cheerleaders? Michael Doherty, Nike's creative director of global brand...
2dTypically, it’s rare to see trades in NFL mock drafts, especially this far out from the actual draft. Not in 2015, where it’s become quite fashionable to project a Philadelphia Eagles move up as high as second overall to select Marcus Mariota. Of course, the Eagles may not...
3dThe Ducks have have surprised many with a 20-win season to date but the program must be built the right way for it to achieve great success.
3dLet’s compare apples to oranges, shall we? You may not find two forms of promising much more contrasting than championship college football and an awards show designed by Hollywood to honor Hollywood’s finest. So why not compare the two just for the fun of it?
4dMariota ranked at or near the top of the list for quarterbacks in nearly every category and proved that dropping back from under center isn't all that difficult.