With Oregon already up big over Eastern Washington, Vernon Adams ran up the middle, slid and took a late hit from John Kreifels. After reviewing the play, Kreifels was ejected for targeting. Hopefully Adams was just taken out for precautionary reasons. There's sort of a big game next weekend...
The Ducks will be rocking the bumblebee combo tonight with yellow helmets, black jerseys and yellow pants. It also appears that the O is back to the side of the helmet.
COULD THESE BE THE GLOW IN THE DARK SHOULDERS? WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?
One morning, you're trying to eat your bowl of cereal and sip on your juice in peace. Your dad intrudes your morning of peace to get your two cents on Oregon's upcoming quarterback battle. But you don't want Adams or Lockie. You just want Marcus Mariota back. So naturally, you start to cry, just like most of us would when thinking how Mariota is gone, off to chase his NFL dreams with the Titans. But what's this? It's a video from Marcus Mariota himself, thanking you for being a fan and letting you know that a Mariota Titans jersey is on its way to you. See? It pays off to wear your emotions on your sleeve. Good for Marcus for doing this, seeing as how taking the probably five minutes it took to film this was able to make some kid's day.
Don't we all buddy. Don't we all.
The trophy will be permanently displayed on the lower level of Oregon's football complex. And yes, it's as majestic and over-the-top as everything else in the building.
Have you ever wanted to know what it is like to run onto the field at Autzen Stadium in front of 60,000 screaming fans? I don't know about you guys, but this video has me wanting to run through a wall at full speed. Technology is a marvelous thing.
Oregon sophomore kicker Aidan Schneider is one of 30 kickers on the preseason watch list for the Lou Groza Award, handed out to the nation's top kicker. As a freshman with the Ducks last season, Schneider converted on 11-of-12 field goals, providing consistency in an area that has hurt Oregon deal in the past.
When you can't beat them, join them. Something tells me this won't sit too well with Washington fans.
The Oregon sprinter beat her own school record on Sunday at the USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships, breaking the tape in 22.20 seconds. Two weeks ago at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, Prandini finished second in the 200, setting a then-school record with a time of 22.21 seconds.