Two high-profile Oregon transfers discuss the process of choosing the school and playing for the Ducks. Adams, a quarterback, transferred from Eastern Washington, while Ennis, a point guard, came from Villanova. Ennis has missed action this season with an injury but is expected to return Dec. 29 against Western Oregon.
A.J. Hotchkins, a junior college all-American from Riverside (California) City College, signed with Oregon Wednesday. Watch a few of these highlights and you'll know why the Ducks wanted his services.
Oregon landed a huge commitment when Desoto, Texas star Tristen Wallace flipped from Ohio State to the Ducks Sunday night. Now, enjoy his senior year highlight film, plus some pretty cool beats in the background.
Oregon and Stanford have quickly built a rivalry, with the Pac 12 North on the line for both teams Saturday and a potential shot at the playoffs still possible for the Cardinal. Get the blood flowing for the matchup with this hype video.
Dillon Mitchell hails all the way from Memphis, Tennessee and signed his name on non-binding financial aid agreements with Oregon today. The hotly recruited receiver had offers from southern schools including Auburn, Alabama, Florida State, LSU and Georgia. Instead he plans to become a Duck. We could list his accolades, but it's more fun to watch him in action.
The greatest thing ever. It'll be shown on the big screen during next week's game. I'll be busy watching it a million times between now and then. h/t to valued ATQ user TitanDuck for Fanshotting it first (I'm reposting so I can Tweet it out and do all the good social meeds goodness)
In order to properly process the NFL Draft Combine drills, and how the average sports fan stacks up against potential NFL prospects, Tako enlisted the help of his co-hosts of The Four Man Rotation podcast to run through some of the events.
Tako tries to decipher Oregon's loss to Stanford, and chooses a new goal for the out-of-the-title-race Ducks.