NWSB Editor and Writer talks about the University of Oregon’s biggest rival when it comes to the college sporting world. Families become divided, friends become enemies, and people who would never had made contact in life end up screaming at the tops of their lungs, denouncing one another because of affiliation with a rival team. Chip Kelly, Steve Sarkisian, Mike Riley, and Lane Kiffin make Pac 12 rivalries very interesting.
NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks Writer Bryant Knox tells us all about the three big recruits the Ducks picked up this past weekend. Brothers Tyree, and Tyrell Robinson are huge commitments for this Ducks program that is still in rebuilding mode. At 6’9″ they will bring some size to their positions and some ball movement a deep shot ability. Arsalan Kazemi is a transfer player, who may be forced to sit out this season because of transfer eligibility.
NWSB Editor and Writer Chris Anderson previews this week’s matchup between the Oregon Ducks and the Arizona Wildcats. Oregon will now face an Arizona Wildcats team that has exceeded expectations, also finishing their non-conference schedule with a 3-0 record, a record that included a huge win over then No. 18 Oklahoma State. Aided by the efforts of De’Anthony Thomas and Kenjon Barner, the Duck offense looks more potent than ever
NWSB Writer Travis Koehler talks about the Oregon Ducks finally beginning Pac-12 play. Oregon will start Pac-12 play against the No. 22 Arizona Wildcats then move on to the Washington State Cougars and Washington Huskies. Though these opponents are not the elite college football teams Oregon will see later on in their schedule, they are nonetheless dangerous opponents for the Ducks.
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.
NWSB Editor and Writer Chris Anderson gives you his love ‘em and hate ‘em from Oregon’s contest against the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles. While the Golden Eagles are not a bad FCS team and do have some talent on both sides of the ball, they are nowhere near the level of the Oregon Ducks or other FBS football programs. Well, that is besides Colorado, who may be the worst FBS team in the history of college football.
NWSB Editor and Writer Chris Anderson previews this week’s matchup between the Oregon Ducks and the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles. The meeting between Tennessee Tech and Oregon on Saturday will be the first meeting between the two teams as they both gear up for a season that could see them put together impressive records in their respective divisions. Marcus Mariota gets another chance to impress.
NWSB Editor and Writer Chris Anderson predicts every game between northwest football teams covered by NWSB. The Oregon Ducks, Washington Huskies, Oregon State Beavers, and Washington State Cougars all have a few things in common; they are all part of the Pac-12 conference, they each occupy a spot in the listed conference’s North Division, and all four compete for northwest bragging rights year-in and year-out in a wide variety of sports.
NWSB Editor and Writer preview Oregon’s new uniforms that are scheduled to arrive on August 22nd. As had been rumored, the 2012 set of new uniforms will closely resemble the same style that Oregon wore in the Rose Bowl; helmet and all. The first pictures of the new uniforms surfaced on nikeblog and have created a stir amongst the college football nation once again. Can’t wait to see Kenjon Barner sporting the new digs.
NWSB Writer Bryant Knox talks about how the Oregon Ducks may be flying under the radar in college football during their 2012 campaign. It’s possible that such a weak schedule early in the season benefits Oregon, but when it comes to being the favorites, nobody is likely to view the Ducks as proven late in the year following the first few weeks of competition.