There could be a fourth Duck visiting Mirror Lake for Ohio State if things play out the way they’re headed now for the Buckeyes.With Dontre Wilson (DeSoto, Texas/DeSoto) and the Robinson twins -- Tyree and Tyrell -- scheduled to take official visits to Columbus, Ohio this weekend, Darren Carrington (San Diego/Horizon) is planning on doing the same on Feb.
Thursday's release of the first 2016 ESPN 300 will feature plenty of fast-rising prospects.
Michael Smith and Jemele Hill talk with former Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota on his critics, what he plans to eat during the NFL draft and his favorite Subway sub.
Taking a look at the DJ that pipes in music during Oregon football practice.
ESPN NFL Insider Louis Riddick discusses Oregon coach Mark Helfrich's defense of Eagles coach Chip Kelly.
Take it from somebody who knows: Eagles coach Chip Kelly "is not insane," Oregon coach Mark Helfrich said.
Coveted receiver also loves basketball, but expects to focus on football in college.
With so many equipment options, some excess is bound to build up. As Chantel Jennings reports, the Ducks annual spring cleaning is a great opportunity for a good cause.
Sweatshirts, game jerseys, cleats -- even urns -- were up for grabs at discount prices at Oregon's annual surplus sale.
ESPN NFL Insider Phil Savage discusses Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost's comments about the questions he has been asked about Marcus Mariota.
NFL scouts have to know everything they can about a player. Sometimes that involves asking questions that might seem a little, err, well, "dumb."
Here is a look at where things stand for Power 5 programs and quarterbacks in the 2016 class.
George Whitfield Jr. builds the perfect quarterback from this year's crop of signal-callers.
Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost remains confident about Marcus Mariota as an NFL prospect, even amid questions about whether the QB is "too nice to play football."
Pac-12 schools are being quite ambitious with their nonconference schedules, as several of them have the toughest schedules in the Power 5 conferences.
College Football Playoff selection committee member Condoleezza Rice and Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott said they believe that four teams is the right number in the college football payoff.