Arizona Wildcats vs. Ducks Week 4 game balls & stats

Kenjon Barner

NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox after each week of the regular season and possibly during a bowl game or BCS playoffs should the Ducks be so lucky will stop by and bring you his UO game balls. Balls are awarded to the Ducks offensive MVP Colt Lyerla, and on defense this week Ifo Ekpre-Olomu. On the Teams punter De’Anthony Thomas was finally given an opportunity to return a punt in the third quarter, and he took full advantage.

Top 5 most electrifying Northwest college footballers in 2012

Kasen Williams

NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox brings us a piece about Top 5 most electifying college footballers currently getting it done in the Pacific northwest. Kenjon Barner, Kasen Williams, Marcus Mariota, Marquess Wilson and De’Anthony Thomas all make the list. Oregon, Washington State, and Washington are all represented. Sorry Oregon State.

Thomas Tyner shines as Ducks’ star recruit of 2013 class

Thomas Tyner

NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox brings us a piece about University of Oregon Ducks recruit and Aloha High School running back Thomas Tyner shattering the Oregon high school football single-game rushing record, finishing with 644 yards and 10 touchdowns last week. Oregon has nine commits in their 2013 recruiting class and Tyner is ranked second on their list behind Dontre Wilson out of DeSoto, Texas.

Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles vs. Ducks Week 2 game balls & stats

De'Anthony Thomas will be a crucial player in all of Oregon's remaining games.

NWSB Writer Bryant Knox gives you the game balls and statistics from Oregon’s victory over the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles. The Ducks blew this one open early and never looked back, but they struggled big-time with penalties—something they’ll need to fix before Pac-12 play begins next week. The Oregon Ducks allowed just 48 yards of offense in the first half, and Kiko Alonso had the early play of the game.

Fresno State vs. Oregon Ducks NCAA love ‘em & hate ‘em Week 2

Oregon has had both ups and downs to the start of their 2012 college football season.

NWSB Editor and Writer Chris Anderson talks about his love ‘em and hate ‘em from the Oregon Ducks’ contest against the Fresno State Bulldogs. After jumping out to another impressive lead at halftime, the Ducks would play a shaky third quarter as they surrendered 10 points without putting any on the board. Turnovers coupled with a few sloppy play at times rejuvenated a Fresno State team and saw the Ducks having to battle back despite a big lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Fresno State Bulldogs vs. Ducks Week 2 game balls & stats

Oregon

NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox after each week of the regular season and possibly during a bowl game or BCS playoffs should the Ducks be so lucky will stop by and bring you his UO game balls. Balls are awarded to the Ducks offensive MVP Kenjon Barner, and on defense this week Dion Jordan. On the Teams punter Jackson Rice doesn’t typically receive the credit he deserves.

Arkansas State vs. Oregon Ducks NCAA love ‘em & hate ‘em Week 1

Marcus Mariota and Kenjon Barner have been key to Oregon's consistency at the top of the college football rankings. Photo: Oregonlive.com

NWSB Editor and Writer Chris Anderson gives you his love ‘em and hate ‘em from Oregon’s blowout victory over the Arkansas State Red Wolves on Saturday night. Marcus Mariota, making his first ever college football start for the Ducks at quarterback, showed everybody why he was picked as starter over his teammate Bryan Bennett. Demonstrating the poise of a veteran, Mariota led the Ducks to an impressive start.

What we should expect to see from the Oregon Ducks Week 1

Kenjon Barner will be anchoring an Oregon offense that looks to continue its dominance of opposing defenses. Photo: Register Guard

NWSB Writer Bryant Knox talks about 5 things that he wants to see from the Oregon Ducks in their opener against Arkansas State. Although this year’s season opener isn’t nearly the eye-grabber that last year’s matchup was against LSU, it’s still a time for Ducks fans to rejoice. This season has potential to be special, but with Chip Kelly’s “Win The Day” mantra well in place, each game is as important as the next, and we begin with Arkansas State on Sept. 1.

2012 Oregon Ducks: College football season preview

De'Anthony Thomas

NWSB Editor and Writer Chris Anderson previews the 2012 Oregon Ducks football season. For those of you who, like me, have done more than enough college football web browsing the past few months, the wait is almost over. The excruciatingly long, arduous, and tiresome wait for the next Ducks football season will officially be over soon. Marcus Mariota is the new QB, replacing Bryan Bennett. Chip Kelly is ready to go.

Oregon Ducks football: Questions heading into 2012 season

Chip Kelly

NWSB Writer Bryant Knox talks about the biggest questions surrounding the Oregon Ducks football program heading into fall camp. The Oregon Ducks’ season can’t come faster for fans, but there are still a number of questions heading into the 2012 college football season. If there’s one thing we do know, it’s that that this team is going to be good.How good, however, is speculative at best. Marcus Mariota and Bryan Bennett have been battling.

Five NCAA stars who would flourish in Oregon’s offense

Let's play the what if game. How good would the Ducks be with Denard Robinson? Championship good? (photo nflamateurs.wordpress.com)

NWSB Writer and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox brings us a unique piece here, what if these 5 players chose the University of Oregon instead of their current schools. Chip Kelly would definitely have his share of options with these two QB’s. Both Collin Klein and Denard Robinson have what it takes to be the option QB that Oregon is always looking for. Knile Davis would challenge LaGarrette Blount style numbers for the Ducks.

Oregon Ducks projections, scenarios & realistic predictions for 2012

Chip Kelly

NWSB Writer and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox brings us his best and worst case scenarios, plus some realistic predictions for the upcoming Oregon Ducks football season. If all goes as planned, the Ducks will be sitting pretty in Florida playing for the BCS Title. But, those pesky Trojans of USC may have a stck to throw through the spokes of this Ducks team. Even with a loss to USC, the Ducks can still find their way to the Pac-12 Championship game, and a BCS berth.

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