Ayele Forde

Oregon Ducks #30 - Running Back

  • Height: 5-7
  • Weight: 181
  • Seasons: SR

College Football Championship Game Thread

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This evening the first CFB Championship will be held. Will it be the victor be the Pac-12's Oregon Ducks or the Big-10's Ohio State Buckeyes? Share here with other UCLA fans.

RB Forde also out for Oregon

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While nowhere near the loss of Darren Carrington, the hits keep on coming for the Oregon Ducks.

2015 Oregon Ducks Recruiting Needs: Running Back

Continuing with our recruiting coverage, running backs are the topics of discussion this week.

Duck the Odds: Week 1, Co-Authored by Rusty Ryan

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"For entertainment purposes only!"

Quack Fix: Oregon media day and start of fall camp

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A daily collection of Oregon links, today recapping Oregon's media day and the start of fall camp.

For Kentucky, Harris is the ultimate Muscle Car.

Would a commitment from Damien Harris, the current Rivals number one running back, bring the same recruiting flurry that Drew Barker’s commitment did?

Oregon defense smothers Horns as Ducks rout Texas

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Ducks defense outscores offense in win

Quack Fix: DAT out against Buffs, more prep

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Your daily collection of Oregon Duck links, today we cover Oregon's preparations for Colorado, DAT's injured ankle, and more.

The Kickoff: Ducks Open 2013 with a pillow fight

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Oregon kicks off the 2013 season against perhaps the worst team in America, the Beaux and Tuskani show at Nicholls State University.

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.

Tako Tuesdays' Chip Kelly Retrospective, Episode I

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Tako begins his summer look back at the Chip Kelly era in Oregon football with a collection of his favorite offensive performances.

A History of Field Goals in the Chip Kelly Era

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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?