Oregon Ducks vs. CAL sneak peak

Thomas Mariota Oregon Ducks

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 […]

Oregon 59-10 over Virginia Cavaliers: Week two game balls

Mariota once again flashed his top speed with a 71-yard TD run against Virginia. (Andrew Shurtleff/Stamford Advocate)

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.

VIP: Offensive players for the Ducks in 2013

Byron Marshall should be huge for the Ducks in 2013. (Bruce Ely/The Oregonian)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson gives you his 5 most important players on Oregon’s offense in 2013. Though Chip Kelly is now long-gone from the program and looking to build a solid career at the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles, the Ducks’ offense will remain essentially the same under new head coach Mark Helfrich. That doesn’t mean, however, that there won’t be some changes to Oregon’s offense in 2013

What we learned from Oregon’s spring game

Colt Lyerla once again showed his strength on Saturday. (Gary Breedlove/Eugene Daily News)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson recaps Oregon’s 2013 spring football game. And boy was it a show. Giving points for both offensive and defensive achievements, the Oregon offense looked in usual form as they overpowered the Oregon defense by a score of 65-10. This game gave us several opportunities to be in awe over the further development of players like Marcus Mariota, Josh Huff, and Bralon Addison.

Three seniors Oregon basketball will miss the most

Carlos Emory was one of the top sixth men in the conference. (Alex McDougall/Daily Emerald)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson gives you his three seniors that the Oregon Ducks basketball team will most in 2013-2014. With all the praise and accolades that can be given to the Ducks basketball program, they will be without some of their best players in the coming years, as E.J. Singler, Arsalan Kazemi, Carlos Emory, and Tony Woods played their final season in 2012-2013. Catalysts part of Oregon’s run to the Sweet 16, the Ducks will surely miss the services of each and every one of them. And while all have their own special talents, fans of the Ducks will miss three of these guys the most.

Improvements the Ducks can make on offense in 2013

Can the Ducks continue to build their national brand in 2013? (Photo: oregonlive.com)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about what improvements the Ducks could make on the offensive side of the ball to give them a near-perfect offense in 2013. And while there aren’t many improvements to make, the Ducks need to build their offensive line, focus on establishing a dominant receiver, and finding a kicker who can consistently make field goals in crucial moments of games.

Offseason Objectives for Mark Helfrich to improve Oregon

Helfrich

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about the improvements the Oregon DUcks need to make as they head into the 2013 college football season. There is no doubt that Oregon has the talent to contend for a BCS National Championship next year. Marcus Mariota is coming off an unbelievable first-year at quarterback, De’Anthony Thomas will step into a bigger role on offense, and Oregon’s secondary looks like it will continue to be one of the best in the Pac-12.

Oregon State fan proves laughable at Civil War

Civil War

NWSB Editor and Insider documents the humorous video that has gone viral on Youtube of a Oregon State Beaver fan doing his best to mock the Oregon Ducks before the 2012 Civil War. While 2010 and 2011 were down years for the Beavers, all Civil Wars in recent memory have played a significant picture in either the Pac-10/12 or the National Championship race.

Oregon Ducks 2012 football season rewind

Kenjon Barner Heisman

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson recaps what was Oregon’s 2012 college football regular season. The Ducks made their way to an 11-1 record fairly easily. They vanquished most of their opponents by the third quarter and only had close contests against USC and Stanford, one of which they lost. Their offense did not skip a beat with Marcus Mariota at the helm and De’Anthony Thomas and Kenjon Barner in the backfield.

Northwest Pac-12 College football coaching rankings

Ducks vs. Cougars

NWSB Insider Jeff Budke ranks the college football coaches in the northwest region of the United States. The regular season is wrapping up this Saturday with rivalry weekend in the northwest. The Apple Cup and Civil War may not decide a champion in the Pac-12, but the games still mean plenty for the four schools involved.

Pac 12 Preview: Oregon Ducks strengths and weaknesses

Oregon Duck Basketball Head Coach Dana Altman

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about Oregon basketball’s 2012/2013 strengths and weaknesses. Though the Ducks did lose senior leaders such as Garrett Sim and Devoe Joseph, Oregon returns a bevy of starters to compliment a youth movement that has many Duck fans wondering if their team can once again find its way to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.

Oregon Ducks take down the Golden Bears 59-17

Marcus Mariota of the Oregon Ducks

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about Oregon’s win over the California Golden Bears on Saturday night. While this game did have some resemblance to Oregon’s narrow victory over the Bears on their previous National Championship run in 2010, Oregon used an impressive second-half effort, led by freshman quarterback Marcus Mariota , to dispel any thoughts of another top team falling victim to the upset.

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