NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson gives you his love ‘em and hate ‘em from Oregon’s win over the USC Trojans. Let’s all just get to the point: Kenjon Barner was ridiculous last night. Throughout the entire season many have been wondering what Barner could do if he actually played a full game. After coming out of games after the first half because of a big Oregon lead, Barner showed his potential on Saturday night.
NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox reports on the Ducks NCAA football preaseason award lists as released by various committee’s. Possible Heisman trophy candidates? Jackson Rice, Hroniss Grasu, Michael Clay, John Boyett, Dion Jordan, De’Anthony Thomas, and Kenjon Barner are the Ducks nominated in 2012. Here’s a breakdown of the players, and what their awards chances are.
NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks football blogger Bryant Knox weighs in with an opinionated take on the 5 BEST Ducks uniform combinations in recent years. LaMichael James sporting a Nike Pro Combat uniform proved to be hands down the team’s best look of the 2011 college football season. You’ve got to love the Ducks who have become known for their uniforms and their cheerleaders.
NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks football blogger Bryant Knox weighs in with an opinionated take on the 5 worst Ducks uniform combinations in recent years. The Ducks have become known for their uniforms and their cheerleaders. There’s just something nauseating about yellow pants, isn’t there? Who forgets the ugliness of the Las Vegas Bowl: Oregon vs. BYU?
NWSB Managing editor Q tells us Chip Kelly and the Oregon Ducks football team will have to replace quarterback Darron Thomas and running back LaMichael James, a former Doak Walker winner and one of the top running backs in the country. Players that are familiar with making big plays that are following in their shoes, pivot Bryan Bennett and back Kenjon Barner. Is another Rose Bowl game in the cards?
NWSB College Hoops and Oregon Ducks blogger Blair Thomas previews the Ducks PAC12 tournament chances and predicts how they’ll do. This year’s tourney is at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The Ducks feature the second and third best three-point shooters in the Pac-12 in guards Devoe Joseph (46.3 percent) and Garrett Sim. They’ll need to be stars to help Oregon achieve greatness.
Oregon Ducks blogger Jason Green tells us the NFL Combine announced its invitee list and not surprisingly, Oregon leads the region in the number of participants. Mark Asper, Cliff Harris, LaMichael James, Joshua Kaddu, David Paulson,
Edward Pleasant, and Darron Thomas. He recaps the main players bolting for the money and PRO football. (Underclassmen)
Matt Martz our Oregon beat blogger weighs in with what lies ahead for the Oregon Ducks basketball team and E.J. Singler in the month of January. With 12 games remaining in the regular season, the Oregon Duck’s (13-5, 4-2) need to make up some ground. The Ducks will host in-state rival Oregon State (11-7, 1-5) who they completed a two-game sweep against in 2010.
Oregon Ducks blogger Jason Green tells us 5 reasons why Oregon beat UCLA Bruins in the 2011 Pac 12 football championship game. LaMichael James rushed for 219 yards averaging a more than legit 8.8 yards per carry. Kenyon Barner chimed in with 79 rushing yards. Johnathan Franklin fumbled on the 2nd play from scrimmage to get the blowout started.
Looking for Pac 12 Football news? Matt Martz our man with his pulse on the Oregon sports beat is back with another edition of the Oregon Ducks Notebook. LaMichael James was able to keep up his outstanding season with over 150 total yards from scrimmage on 21 touches vs. Stanford Cardinal.
Looking for Pac 12 Football news? Matt Martz our man with his pulse on the Oregon sports beat is back with another edition of the Oregon Ducks Notebook. LaMichael James bounced back this week with 156 yards on just 25 carries, and QB Darren Thomas responded well vs. Washington Huskies.
Looking for Pac 12 Football news? Matt Martz our man with his pulse on the Oregon sports beat is back with another edition of the Oregon Ducks Notebook. Freshman De’Anthony Thomas just keeps on scoring in a variety of different ways. The wide receiver now has eleven touchdowns on the season.