NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox tells us why he’s a sold out 100% Ducks football fan for life. One of the best reasons to root for this team is that they have a strong backing whether they’re winning or losing. The bright and colorful Nike uniform combinations have become a trademark of the team, and ask anybody who’s ever been to Autzen Stadium why they love the U of O Ducks.
NWSB Rookie Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Mitch Dyck puts pen to paper today with some thoughts on a NHL trade rumor he’s drumming up. Stop thinking about Roberto Luongo he says. Focus instead on an Alex Edler for Bobby Ryan type trade. The Ducks don’t know what to do with him. Ryan’s big, he has great puck skill and he could be that big right handed winger for the Henrik Sedin & Daniel Sedin.
NWSB Editor and Writer Chris Anderson gives five reasons as to why Oregon Duck fans just cannot stand the Oregon State Beavers. Ducks and Beavers are not meant to get along; not in nature and not in sporting contests. In nature, Ducks are free-roaming, exploring creatures who explore the rivers, streams, and lakes that communities have to offer. Beavers dam them up and create natural problems that ruin the ecosystem of certain areas.
NWSB Writer Bryant Knox profiles the top 5 players to watch on offense for the Oregon Ducks this upcoming 2012 season. The Oregon Ducks will find themselves without Darron Thomas and LaMichael James next season, but don’t expect the offense to show any signs of slowing down. Players include DeAnthony Thomas, Marcus Mariota, and Kenjon Barner.
NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox stops by today to give you his favorite Ducks go to websites when he needs team coverage, press conferences, breaking Pac 12 and college football news and more. Bryant lists websites he is sure will give you a variety of up-to-date information as well as articles that will keep you full of Ducks info. Northwest Sports Beat, Oregonlive, 750thegame, make the list.
NWSB Insider and Writer Bryant Knox details past Oregon basketball players that could make the Ducks even better than they already are. Players addressed include U of O greats Greg Ballard, Aaron Brooks, Stan Love, Terrell Brandon, Luke Ridnour, and Luke Jackson. The history of the team has a lot to offer, and there are a number of former players who would undoubtedly help
NW Sports Beat Editor and Writer Chris Anderson profiles the newcomers to the Oregon Duck basketball program in the 2012-2013 season. With these new players, the Ducks should maintain their status as a viable threat to claim the Pac 12 title. Players include talented PG Dominic Artis, SF Damyean Dotson, and JUCO player Devon Branch.
NW Sports Beat Insider and Writer Bryant Knox details past Oregon football players that could make the Ducks even better than they already are. Players addressed include Dennis Dixon, Jonathan Stewart, and even Cliff Harris. What true Ducks fan wouldn’t want to see Joey Harrington back in an Oregon uniform? Autzen Stadium has played host to many greats…
NW Sports Beat Junior Editor and Writer Chris Anderson addresses what the Oregon Ducks need to do to win their fourth straight Pac 12 Title. He points out the defensive unit must step up once again this year in order to navigate through a few offensive powerhouses Oregon will face. Watch out for De’Anthony Thomas, Marcus Mariota, Bryan Bennett, Chip Kelly, Kenjon Barner, and the USC Trojans.
NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox weighs in with his opinion on why the Ducks sophmore RB De’Anthony Thomas is an pre-season favorite for the 2012 Heisman Trophy Award. With Chip Kelly heading the program moving forward, look for Thomas to be one of the best players in the country by the time he graduates. His speed is lethal, and his ability to make something out of nothing is just frightening for defenses.
NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox weighs in with some reasons why he predicts Kenjon Barner will have a career year in a Ducks uniform in 2012. Despite success Barner has had on this team, he’s been behind LaMichael James his entire collegiate career. Following the transfer of Tra Carson, the Ducks are going to be unexpectedly shallow at the RB position.