From Oregon Live Here’s another sneak peak, as we take a look at what the Oregon Ducks can expect from Cal this weekend. Threat level (1-5 scale): 2. When the nation’s second most productive offense (Oregon) goes against the nation’s third most forgiving defense (Cal), it suggests a blowout. The intrigue lies in seeing how […]
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Just Mundt If you had never heard of John Mundt before Saturday’s contest against Tennessee, you aren’t alone. The true freshman went for 121 yards and 2 touchdowns from the TE position. Here’s a quick look from CSNNW.com on the youngster. Oregon Ducks tight end John Mundt makes explosive first start www.csnnw.com Playing for the […]
Go Back To The South Apparently Oregon fans don’t think much of the Tennessee Volunteers. During Saturday’s contest at Autzen Stadium, the crowd could be heard chanting “We Want Bama!” As a Ducks fan, do you want to see the Alabama Crimson Tide? Who wins the hypothetical matchup? wwb Follow NWSB on our Facebook page […]
Strike A Pose! The Oregonian’s John Canzano warns Marcus Mariota that Heisman talks are coming, and coming quickly. Canzano: Marcus Mariota would have reduced Johnny Manziel to a mop-up man www.oregonlive.com Oregon Ducks quarterback acts like he doesn’t want to win the Heisman, but he’s on the right path, isn’t he? Follow NWSB on our […]
Game Rewind Here are the highlights for the Tennessee vs. Oregon football matchup Saturday. Mariota completed 23 of 33 passes. He is the first Oregon quarterback to throw for more than 400 yards in a game since Kellen Clemens in 2005. His yardage ties for the third-most in a game in school history. Pac12 Tennessee […]
Big Game Saturday! ICYMI, Mark Helfrich joined John Canzano on 750 The Game in Portland to discuss Oregon’s upcoming matchup against Tennessee. Take a listen. Helfrich Has Ducks Ready For SEC Showdown www.750thegame.com Ducks HC Mark Helfrich joined the BFT to talk about Saturday’s matchup against Tennessee. Follow NWSB on our Facebook page for live […]
Mock This! WATCH: Oregon OL Jake Fisher mocks the SEC in preparation of the team’s matchup against Tennessee. Good idea? Bad idea? Indifferent? Video: Oregon Offensive Lineman Jake Fisher Mocks SEC: “No One Can Beat The SEC” collegespun.com Funny. Follow NWSB on our Facebook page for live 24-7-365 updates of all our Northwest Sports Teams!!
NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about the Ducks’ blowout over Virginia and hands out his game balls to three players who were very impressive in their position groups. While De’Anthony Thomas could have taken home the offensive game ball as well, Mariota’s ability to scramble and flash his top speed earned him the offensive game ball while Derrick Malone stepped up on defense and Alejandro Maldonado was impressive on special teams.
NWSB Editor Bryant Knox gives us five x-factors for the Oregon Ducks entering their Week 2 matchup against the Virginia Cavaliers. Getting players like De’Anthony Thomas out in space will be crucial. Thomas Tyner and Byron Marshall will be able to play up the middle. The team that wins the turnover battle will have the edge, but the Ducks can control the tempo from start to finish. Virginia may have home-field advantage, but if the Ducks can quiet the crowd early, they’ll continue their recent road success.
NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson gives you three things to watch out for when the Ducks travel east to take on the Virginia Cavaliers. Fresh of a 66-3 blowout of the Nicholls State Colonels, Oregon will be facing different conditions against the Cavaliers in both terms of game atmosphere, temperature, and style. The Ducks will need to be road warriors on Saturday and not look past a team who will be gearing up for a big upset.
NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson dishes out his game balls from Oregon’s triumphant and blowout victory over the Nicholls State Colonels. A route everybody expected to occur, the Ducks soared over the Colonels and dominated all facets of the game. Marcus Mariota led the way on offense while Tony Washington played big on defense and Keanon Lowe looked impressive on special teams.
NWSB Editor Bryant Knox gives us five reasons why the Oregon Ducks will score at least 70 points on Nicholls State in the season opener. To start, Marcus Mariota, De’Anthony Thomas and Byron Marshall will be too much talent for a bad defense to handle. The Ducks also have home-field advantage, which has done them well in the past — especially in the first game of the year. Also, the Oregon State Beavers scored 77 on this team last season.