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NO. 6 OREGON A FINALIST FOR JOE MOORE AWARD – Ducks Offensive Line Among the Final Group of Four Schools for Prestigious Award

After paving the way for 239 rushing yards in the Pac-12 Championship game win over Utah, Oregon’s offensive line has been named one of four finalists for the Joe Moore Award, which honors the top offensive line unit. The selection of the 2019 Joe Moore Award winner will be made public after a surprise visit to the winning university’s campus in late ... More

IT’S OFFICIAL – OREGON IS ROSE BOWL BOUND TO FACE WISCONSIN – Ducks Move All the Way to No. 6 in Final College Football Playoff Poll

Oregon is officially Rose Bowl bound! Of course it was a foregone conclusion after the Ducks hammered Utah Friday evening in the Pac-12 Championship game sealing the automatic bid, however what was remaining was who they'd play. On Sunday afternoon during ESPN's College Football Playoff show the New Years Six bowl match-ups were announced selecting ... More

LOYALTY TO OREGON, CRISTOBAL PAYS DIVIDENDS WITH PAC-12 CROWN – ” There’s a core that just puts their foot in the ground and says we’re going to change things”

Mario Cristobal came to Eugene in early 2017 to help Willie Taggart rebuild Oregon. That freshman class that included the likes of Justin Herbert and Troy Dye just endured a miserable 4-8 season, a loss in Corvallis and eventually the loss of their coach, Mark Helfrich. Many wouldn’t have blamed those two players if they had chose to move on after their ... More

( POST GAME ) MARIO CRISTOBAL TALKS PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIP WIN – “They’re made of the right stuff, they’ve created a culture that is second to none and a night like tonight validates their hard work”

In just two full seasons as Oregon head coach, Mario Cristobal has led the Oregon Ducks to a Pac-12 Championship and a berth in the Rose Bowl. Let that sink in for a moment! When Cristobal was named head coach in 2017 just prior to the Las Vegas Bowl, he took over a program that lacked physicality, a winning culture and lack of dedication in their ... More