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.

Ducks Football: Reasons the D will propel team to success in 2012

Michael Clay

NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox reports on the Ducks defense and what they bring to the 2012 Pac 12 football table. If 2012 is the year that the blur offense is contained, Oregon will have to rely on its defense to propel them to success. What do Michael Clay, Dion Jordan and John Boyett all have in common? Senior leadership in Eugene.

Ducks Football: Reasons Kenjon Barner will thrive as starter in 2012

Kenjon Barner

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.

Oregon Ducks football: Five new players to know in 2012

Chip Kelly

NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox weighs in with some new faces to introduce you to who will be playing in Eugene in 2012. Chip Kelly has some new toys. Byron Marshall, Dwayne Stanford II, Evan Baylis, Arik Armstead, DeForest Buckner welcome to U of O. With the departure of LaMichael James, Darron Thomas, David Paulson, and transfer of Tra Carson, the Ducks find themselves a little shallow.

Week 5 Recap: Crazy Quackers Ducks Football Analysis

LaMichael James

Ducks insider Travis Koehler gives us a rundown of the injury LaMichael James suffered in the blowout win vs Cal. Although it looked and sounded bad on television, the injury to the Ducks running back may not be as bad as people are making it out to be.

Oregon Football – Lache Seastrunk Era Over Already?

Seastrunk wanted out of town

Its time for some Tuesday Oregon Ducks football news. Five-star recruit Lache Seastrunk was viewed by many Oregon supporters and pundits to be LaMichael James’ long-term replacement at tailback, he’s going to be attending Baylor now though…

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