Jeff Bedbury

Oregon Ducks #88 - Wide Receiver

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 195

Oregon has a single question to answer

All the pieces are in place. Can Oregon make a run at the national title with a new coach in charge? That's the only 2013 question for which the Ducks don't have an obvious, impressive answer.

Getting An Update On Oregon


Last week, we talked with the Addicted To Quack crew on their weekly podcast, and though they had just learned about / escaped from the NCAA Sanctions Oregon received in the WIll Lyles adventure,...

Oregon Spring Ball 2013: Position Battles


The battle between Jake Rodrigues and Jeff Lockie headlines what is a sneaky-busy spring for the Ducks.

Oregon spring practice preview

The Oregon Ducks are ready for the Mark Helfrich era; other than the head coach, nothing really figures to change in Eugene.

Tako Tuesdays: FIREMARKHELFRICH.COM!!!!!!1


We are now in Day 2 of the Mark Helfrich Era of Oregon football. And that's two days too long. Takimoto explains why.

Quack Fix: Bennett to transfer


Bryan Bennett intends to transfer to Southeastern Louisiana in search of immediate playing time while the men's basketball team returns home after a sweep in L.A.

Bryan Bennett transferring from Oregon

Oregon Ducks backup quarterback Bryan Bennett is leaving the program. It is not yet known where he will end up.

Bryan Bennett to stay at UO; Wallace to transfer


Backup QB Bryan Bennett has decided to stay at Oregon, albeit on the defensive end, while linebacker Anthony Wallace will transfer.

ATQ Live: KSU's D, plus transfers and job changes


Will Rubin joins Tako via Google Hangout to discuss how Oregon can beat a physical and disciplined Kansas State defense, and conjectures where Bryan Bennett, and others, will end up in 2013.

Tako Tuesdays: Handing Out Hypothetical Hardware


Takimoto hands out postseason awards he made up, and mean nothing in the overall arc of mankind's time on Earth. Unlike the Heisman, which totally matters.

Cal Coaching Candidates: Mark Helfrich


Our last head coach was an Oregon offensive coordinator and he turned out to be one of the best coaches in program history. Can lightning strike twice?

Oregon moves to 10-0, beats Cal 59-17


With the Number One ranking on the line, the Oregon Ducks did what they needed to do, beating Cal 59-17. It wasn't pretty early on, as injuries caused much panic among Duck fans. Kenjon Barner and...