Darron Thomas

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  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 215

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Your daily dose of Oregon Ducks news. We have updates on Darron Thomas who is back in the northwest, a cautionary tale about going all in on Nick Saban, and Dana Altman's job is a pretty good one according to some guy.

The Brotherhood: Shifting Gears to Sarkisian....

The qualities of a great man are vision, integrity, courage, understanding, the power of articulation, and the profundity of character. Dwight D. Eisenhower, quite possibly speaking about Don...

Tako Tuesdays is a Greedy, Greedy Man

Oregon has won nine straight games against Washington. And that just isn't good enough.

Tako Tuesdays: Bless You Nicholls State, Bless You

Saturday won't be fun for the visiting Colonels, but they provide a crucial public service. Tako explains.

Why We Watch: Marcus Mariota and Replacement

Marcus Mariota is a player who beat expectations his first year and possibly redefined the quarterback position at Oregon. "Why We Watch" looks at Marcus Mariota and the idea of replacement.

Oregon QB Preview: Who Fills In Behind Mariota?

Marcus Mariota is one of the best QBs in the nation, but there is a fight for the No. 2 spot on the depth chart.

Honey Badger vs the critics

How will Mathieu fit in the NFL?

The New P12N Begins Now

The changing of the guard among the Oregon coaching ranks creates a ripple effect that will undoubtedly shuffle conference deck chairs and test the question as to how elite Oregon truly has become.

Chip's likely replacement

Mark Helfrich is the new head coach of the Oregon Ducks. Helfrich was the offensive coordinator at Eugene under Chip Kelly.

A History of Field Goals in the Chip Kelly Era

Is Chip Kelly's in-game strategy to blame for Oregon's current kicking woes? Or do the kickers themselves need to step up and put it between the uprights?

Showing Dominance: Power Rushing Over Spread

In an attempt to gain an edge against an opponent, a trend is often birthed. For several years now, the two main stream trends have been the spread offense vs the power running game. One offensive scheme is winning out over the rest.

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