With the 19 players signed last week, Oregon landed some players who might remind their fans of former Ducks.Of all the great running backs the Ducks have had in the past twenty years, RB Thomas Tyner (Aloha, Ore.
SAN DIEGO -- The twins Robinson -- Tyree and Tyrell -- and Darren Carrington all went window shopping. But in the end, they trusted their guts and suppressed the knee-jerk, caveat emptor reaction when Chip Kelly left the Oregon Ducks for the NFL.
The Oregon Ducks were on the verge of losing four of their top commits after Chip Kelly left Oregon with less than a month to go before signing day. Now that the day has come, it's clear that the Ducks' football program is about more than one man.
After deciding to open up his recruitment a little bit after Chip Kelly's departure from Oregon, four-star WR Darren Carrington Jr. (San Diego/Horizon) took visits to Arizona and Arizona State while remaining committed to the Ducks.
The Oregon Ducks have been making a strong push on the recruiting trail in recent weeks, but they have a handful of commits that are still trying to decide where they'll ultimately sign.
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When Chip Kelly left the Oregon program, one of the first moves the staff made was to offer WR Devon Allen (Phoenix, Ariz./Brophy Prep). Under Kelly, Allen was facing a greyshirt season if he chose to attend Oregon.
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Chip Kelly's rule of recruits not being able to visit other programs after committing to the Ducks was an issue for certain recruits and their families.
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In case you just awoke from a long winter's nap, you might have heard that the Oregon Ducks had some big news this week. Chip Kelly pump-faked everyone and decided that the NFL was worth it.
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With just three weeks to go until recruits from the class of 2013 are able to sign, things are as fluid as they ever have been with signing day approaching.
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SANTA ANA, Calif. -- One of the most active players for the West team on the first day of practice for the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl was impressive all day.
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With one current commit locked in at the wide receiver position and two athletes that could potentially wind up on the offensive side of the ball, the Oregon Ducks are still in search of another pass catcher in the Class of 2013.
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With a week off from practice last week, the Oregon coaches hit the road to visit their commits and top targets as they look to solidify their recruiting class with signing day only two months away.
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With the Ducks looking like a near lock to face Kansas State or Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl, they have time to rest and recover as they prepare for what will likely be their fourth consecutive BCS Bowl appearance.
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It was senior day in Eugene on Saturday when the Ducks hosted the Stanford Cardinal. A day that was supposed to be the statement game in a season full of resounding wins for a team on its way to a second BCS National Championship Game in three years.
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It was another successful weekend for the members of the Oregon Ducks recruiting class. Heading into the weekend, only offensive line commit Evan Voeller (West Linn, Ore.