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The Webfoot Awards: Nominees For Best Play

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Herbert to Carrington, October 28, 2016

In what was truly a lost season for the Ducks’ Football Program, one particular game stood out. Oregon came into Rice-Eccles Stadium a huge underdog against #12-ranked Utah, but with two seconds left and trailing by four, Oregon pulled off the stunner:

Brooks’ Buzzer-Beater, December 28, 2016

Dillon Brooks had been struggling to return to form following off-season surgery, but came up with one of the great shots in Oregon Duck Men’s Basketball history against undefeated and #2-ranked UCLA in December:

Mr. March, March 19, 2017

Many thought Oregon’s tourney hopes were dashed when the Ducks lost Chris Boucher to a torn ACL during the PAC-12 Conference Tournament. And though Oregon routed an out-matched Iona in the first round, a tough test lay before the Ducks in the way of the University of Rhode Island Rams. The Rams held fast, until Mr. March, Tyler Dorsey, put the game on ice with this triple from the top of the key:

Super Ruth, March 18, 2017

The Oregon Ducks Women’s Basketball team wasn’t expected to do much in the NCAA tourney, and weren’t favored to get past the #7-seeded Temple Owls in the first round. But freshman forward Ruthy Hebard had other ideas, nailing the game winner with less than ten seconds to play, and then racing down court to block the Owls’ last-second shot to preserve the victory.


Best Play of 2016

This poll is closed

  • 18%
    Justin Herbert TD Pass to Darrren Carrington
    (27 votes)
  • 63%
    Dillon Brooks Game Winner Over UCLA
    (95 votes)
  • 11%
    Tyler Brooks Late ‘3’ Vs. Rhode Island
    (17 votes)
  • 6%
    Ruthy Hebard Game Winner Over Temple
    (10 votes)
149 votes total Vote Now