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ATQ's "20 in 20" No. 15: Patrick Chung


ATQ continues the rundown of the best 20 Ducks of the last 20 years. Checking in at No. 16? Patrick Chung

Why We Watch: Johnny Mundt and Fast. Hard. Finish.


Johnny Mundt burst onto the scene last year hotter than anyone in recent memory. In his second year and now a known play-maker he has the potential to change a lot of the Oregon offense along with his other tight end position members.

Keenan Howry, the Eternally Dependable Receiver


The 18th best player of the last 20 years as selected by Addicted To Quack is Keenan Howry.

UO Rape Case Illuminates Sexism and Sexual Assault


The rape case has brought issues of sexual assault and misogyny towards women in society, sports, and colleges to the forefront. If there is an upside to the pain of the survivor it is that we can better educate ourselves to make a better future.

Oregon Spring Game Viewing Guide


The spring game is a time for endless optimism and the return of college football for a single day in the long off-season. It can be overanalyzed but the spring game for Oregon can show a lot about the new defense, receivers, secondary, and lines.

Unionization Is About Doing What's Right


Even within the Northwestern program the concept of unionization has been polarizing. But unionization is bigger than just what is happening at Northwestern. It is about fair representation, something that America has historically fought for.

What are Oregon's Chances of Winning It All?


Looking at Five Thirty Eight's projections for March Madness, Oregon, and a bunch of links to resources for you to fill out your bracket and win your office pool.

Why do Oregon Ducks Run Slower at the Combine?


The Oregon Ducks arguably play faster than any team in the country. Athletes are recruited based off their speed and the strength and conditioning team trains them to be faster. So why doesn't their speed carry over to the NFL Combine?

Why do Oregon Ducks Run Slower at the Combine?


The Oregon Ducks arguably play faster than any team in the country. Athletes are recruited based off their speed and the strength and conditioning team trains them to be faster. So why doesn't their speed carry over to the NFL Combine?

Oregon's Uptempo Offense Disrupts Old CFB Order

Oregon's offense has been the definition of innovation the last decade. By assuming the role of the underdog, Oregon's tempo helped redefine how people view the sport of football. Now the old powers in college football want to limit the changes.

Oregon Beats Oregon State 93-83 In Civil War

Oregon used a big lead at the beginning of the game to keep just far enough away from Oregon State and win 93-83. The Ducks split the series with the Beavers with help from Joseph Young and Mike Moser.

DeRecruiting the Fan Base After NSD

Recruiting has become big-time for coaches and fans. While coaches have begun to de-recruit players after they commit, the fan bases of schools need to de-recruit themselves. Expectations have of high schoolers has grown as fast as the business.

Oregon Basketball Cruises to win over WSU


Duck basketball successfully ended their losing skid by topping Washington State in Pullman. Oregon relied on hot shooting in the second half and solid rebounding throughout to get themselves back in the right direction.


Open Thread: Oregon at Washington State

Oregon is reeling after dropping 5 games in a row. They square off against Washington State in Pullman and look to correct the ship.

Remembrance of the 2013 Ducks - The Hope for 2014


Never has there been such a successful season in Oregon football history that was met with such polarizing opinions. Whatever positives/negatives one can make there appeared to be one constant. The team didn't appear to know who they were.


Oregon Ducks at Texas Longhorns: Alamo Bowl Thread

Open thread for the 2013 Alamo Bowl at ATQ

Oregon's Motivation for the Alamo Bowl

Oregon seemed to lack urgency in the latter half of the season and in a bowl game that will only be magnified. Rusty Ryan looks at what Oregon has to play for and what it means going forward.

Why We Watch: How Big Things Have Small Beginnings

Oregon football has new life after USC toppled Stanford Saturday night. Now it is up to Oregon to make the most of this opportunity and new life.

Why We Watch: Oregon-Stanford and Fighting Change


Oregon travels to play Stanford in a game everyone has had circled on their calendar since preseason. Rusty Ryan looks at the constant troubles Oregon has had to get over one opponent and how the ability to change in a positive direction is essential

How We Go:The Oregon Offense at Virginia and Tempo


There are still some question marks in the young season over just how good the Virginia defense is and what the Oregon offense will look like. Here's how the two units match up against each other in Saturday's showdown.

Rusty Ryan recaps week 1 of the college football season


I went through the biggest stories, games, players, and plays of week 1.

Mark Helfrich's Debut: The Concept of Continuity


Mark Helfrich takes over for a coach who many considered to be one of the most important coaches of the last decade. Now Oregon is posed with a couple illogical arguments about greatness and sustainability. What really makes Oregon tick and progress?

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.

Why We Watch: Byron Marshall and Being Different


Byron Marshall might not fit the ideal of an Oregon running back, or at the least the backs that have been very successful running the ball. What he lacks he makes up for with what he brings to the offense. Being different can be better than ideal.

Why We Watch:Josh Huff and Products of Environment


Josh Huff plays the only position on the Oregon offense that doesn't seem to have stars. Huff is a star and through no fault of his own we haven't seen all he has. We're just waiting for the breakout and for maybe the system to change around him.

Why We Watch:De'Anthony Thomas and Breaking Limits


De'Anthony Thomas is not just a football player, or a human highlight reel, or even one of the fastest players in college football. Thomas is a person who is pushing the limits of what people think is possible on a football field.

Colt aka Bane Lyerla and Reaching One's Potential


Rusty Ryan looks at the compelling Colt Lyerla, a player who has been awe-inspiring on the field but still hasn't peaked. Ryan gives the reasons to watch Colt Lyerla even more closely this next year.

Ifo Ekpre-Olomu and the Ability to Beat the Odds


Beating the odds is a universally attractive narrative. No football player has done this better in the last year than Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, making him a must watch player.

Quack Fix: Football Positional Reviews, Basketball


Still basking in the glow of a great weekend of Oregon Men's basketball and the most impressive team thus far, the quack fix comes bearing Oregon football links. The lady Ducks are battling the Oregon State Beavers in Civil War basketball and Lance

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