After 10 days of recruiting and a long weekend of award presentations, Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich returned to Eugene over the weekend to begin game plan preparations for the Ducks New Years Day match-up against No. 3 seed Florida State.
As excitement raced through Eugene Sunday when the official invitation was made to Oregon to participate in the first ever College Football Playoff in the Rose Bowl, it was hard to imagine many of the Duck players staged in front of their television sets eagerly awaiting that announcement.Featured Video
As Friday’s Pac-12 championship game inches closer, the noise around the game seems to be getting louder. That noise is the constant chatter by media and fans on whether or not Oregon QB Marcus Mariota will win Oregon’s first Heisman Trophy and will he lead the No. 2 Ducks into one of the four slots […]Featured Video