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The Cougars have more touchdowns 3 than Oregon has yards 1. Cross Patton, an elusive, versatile running back out of Woodward Academy in Atlanta has committed to Oregon as a preferred walk-on.
He's the son of OutKast's Big Boi. One loss may not sink a team with College Football Playoff hopes, but it does mean that everything now has the fall perfectly into place for a top-four spot in the committee's final rankings.
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Herbert launches yard TD pass 0: Oregon takes punt 56 yards to the house 0: Ducks get commit from Big Boi's son Ducks starting lineman Sewell to miss 6 weeks.
Brooks-James breaks free for yard TD 0: Arizona WR gets second TD of the day 0: Arizona RB powers into end zone for TD 0: Herbert finds Mitchell for yard TD catch and run 0: Arizona blocks punt 0: Arizona WR is wide open in the end zone for the easy TD 0: Washington State fans storm field after upset of Oregon 0: Herbert takes it himself for score 0: Brooks got off to a shaky start, with four two-win seasons in his first six years at Oregon.
The pinnacle of Brooks' Oregon career came in his final season, when his team became the Pacific Conference Champions with a 9—3 regular season record and a Rose Bowl appearance.
The Pick is replayed on the big screen at Autzen Stadium before each football game. After the season, Rich Brooks announced that he would leave Oregon to become the new head coach of the St.
Offensive coordinator Mike Bellotti was elevated into the head coaching position after Rich Brooks vacated the position in Season records that in the past would have been deemed acceptable or even laudable became considered mediocre and disappointing.
In the season , senior quarterback Joey Harrington , a Heisman Trophy finalist, [ citation needed ] led the Ducks to its first win season in program history and an outright Pac championship.
The Ducks ended the regular season ranked No. Oregon's run defense stifled Colorado's running game, holding them to just 49 yards on 31 carries.
Harrington passed for yards and led the Ducks to a 38—16 win. The season was highlighted by a big win against the 5th ranked Michigan Wolverines , ruining Michigan's aspirations of a big season during a trip to a west coast game for the third time in four years.
Ludwig resigned as offensive coordinator after a dismal campaign, the only losing season 5—6 for a Mike Bellotti-coached Oregon team.
In the team started off well, winning four games to open the season,  including a controversial victory against then-ranked 11 Oklahoma.
Gary Crowton left Oregon for the offensive coordinator position at Louisiana State University after the season; Chip Kelly was hired to replace him in February Finishing the regular season with three straight losses, the Ducks were relegated to the Sun Bowl , where they defeated South Florida 56— The season saw the emergence of quarterback Jeremiah Masoli as the leader of Chip Kelly's spread offense.
Masoli, a transfer from City College of San Francisco , stepped in against Washington in the season opener, when starter Justin Roper was injured, and led the Ducks to a 44—10 victory.
In March , Bellotti announced his resignation; Kelly would take over as the head coach, and Bellotti was named Athletic Director, replacing Pat Kilkenny.
In his first season as the head coach of the Ducks, Chip Kelly stumbled out of the gate, losing to Boise State by 11 points in a game ending in controversy with Oregon running back LeGarrette Blount punching Boise State linebacker Byron Hout on national television, after Hout was seen heckling Blount.
During the offseason, the team was mired in controversy. Starting running back LaMichael James was involved in a domestic dispute in which he pleaded guilty to physical harassment of a former girlfriend, and was suspended for the first game of season.
In response, coach Chip Kelly removed him from the team. Despite the loss of Masoli, the Ducks dominated their opponents in the season. On October 17, the team moved up to the No.
The Ducks finished the regular season with a 12—0 record; winning the conference at 9—0, they were the only team in Pac history to defeat every other conference team in a nine conference game season.
The Ducks continued their streak of national relevance into the season, reaching the 1 ranking in the AP poll for only the second time in team history on November Immediately following the end of the season, Kelly interviewed for head coaching vacancies with the Cleveland Browns , Buffalo Bills and Philadelphia Eagles.
Kelly initially declined the offers, but a few weeks later, agreed to terms with the Eagles. A few days after Kelly's resignation, offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich was hired to become the Ducks' 32nd head coach.
On June 26, , the football program was penalized with 3 years of probation and a reduction of scholarships by the NCAA but no bowl bans.
This decision was made after an investigation into the school's use of football recruiting services under former head coach Chip Kelly.
In , Helfrich's first season as head coach, the Ducks were bound for the national championship after early season domination and QB Marcus Mariota was a front-runner for the Heisman [ citation needed ] The Ducks then lost two games in the span of 3 weeks to Arizona and Stanford.
The regular season was capped off with a win in the game against the Oregon State Beavers. Oregon went on to beat Texas in the Valero Alamo Bowl Helfrich led the Ducks to a regular season record, winning his first Pac Conference Championship as a head coach.
The Ducks' sole loss came in a Thursday night home game against Arizona. Oregon rebounded with eight consecutive wins, including a dominant win in a rematch against the Wildcats in the Pac Football Championship Game.
After finishing 2 in the final College Football Playoff rankings in ,  Oregon qualified to face undefeated defending national champions Florida State in the Rose Bowl , designated a semi-final game for the College Football Playoff.
The Ducks defeated the Seminoles Oregon finished the season with an overall record of and a 2 ranking in the final Associated Press football poll.
Oregon was ranked in the top 10 in both major pre-season football polls for Vernon Adams , a highly regarded player for three years at FCS Eastern Washington , moved to Oregon for his final season of eligibility as a graduate transfer.
Once Adams returned to full health, the team went on a run through conference play, winning the last six games of the regular season to finish , earning a bid in the Alamo Bowl against Texas Christian.
In the Alamo Bowl, Oregon raced to a lead in the first half, but Adams exited the game after an injury; TCU made one of the greatest comebacks in bowl game history in the second half, eventually tying the game and winning the game in the third overtime period, The Oregon football season was marred by defensive ineptitude.
Oregon posted a record, capped with losing to rival Oregon State in the season finale. OSU beat the Ducks , ending Oregon's eight game win streak versus their in-state rival.
The 4 wins was the lowest total in the program since Helfrich was terminated as head coach November 29, On January 17, Oregon suspended strength and conditioning coach Irele Oderinde for one month after 3 players were hospitalized during off-season workouts.
On February 20, , it was reported Cristobal made his first staffing decision with the hiring of offensive line coach Alex Mirabal, who will be Oregon's 10th and final full-time assistant coach.
Oregon opened the season led by Junior quarterback Justin Herbert, a darkhorse Heisman Trophy candidate, and the Ducks won their first three games.
Anticipation is high for Oregon's next home game, against the 7th ranked Stanford Cardinal. Dating back to their days in the Pacific Coast Conference , Oregon has claimed at least a share of 11 conference titles.
In , the Pacific Conference expansion brought the membership total to 12 teams, leading to the creation of the Pac Conference and a Conference Championship Game.
The champions of each division face off in the Conference Championship Game. Marcus Mariota became the first player in the history of the University of Oregon to be awarded the Heisman Trophy , receiving Six other players from the University of Oregon have received Heisman votes, with LaMichael James being the only Duck to receive votes in multiple years , The highest non-first-place finish in the Heisman balloting also came from LaMichael James , who in came in third behind Cam Newton 1st and fellow Pac player Andrew Luck 2nd.
He was inducted into the CFHoF in recognition of his success as the head coach of the USC Trojans , whom he coached from to , winning four national championships and nine conference championships in 16 seasons.
Every year, several publications release lists of their ideal "team". The athletes on these lists are referred to as All-Americans. As of , Oregon has had 28 players honored 33 times as first team All-Americans 7 Consensus  in its history, including five players honored in different seasons.
This is a partial list of the five most recent bowl games that Oregon has competed in. For the full Oregon bowl game history, see List of Oregon Ducks bowl games.
From the Holiday Bowl through the January Alamo Bowl, Oregon had played in eleven consecutive bowl games, its longest streak.
The Ducks failed to make a bowl game at the end of the season, snapping the streak. From the Independence Bowl through the January Alamo Bowl, Oregon had played in bowl games for 23 of 27 seasons, missing only the , , , and seasons.
Oregon was selected as the second seed in the inaugural College Football Playoff following the season, and defeated the defending national champions, third seed Florida State , in the Rose Bowl.
In the CFP national championship game, they fell to fourth seeded Ohio State , finishing number two in the country. The series started in and has incited particularly poor behavior from fans of both teams.
From to , Oregon won 12 match-ups in a row by an average of 24 points, the longest streak in the rivalry by either team.
However, that streak was broken in Announced schedules as of August 21, . Autzen Stadium, the home of Oregon's football team since , was named in honor of Thomas J.
Autzen , a Portland businessman and, ironically, a graduate of rival Oregon State University. Standing room around the rim of the stadium allows the capacity to swell to more than 60, On October 27, in a game against USC , the crowd of 59, was able to reach a noise level of Moshofsky Sports Center, named in honor of former University of Oregon football letterman —42 and long-time university supporter Ed Moshofsky, was dedicated in August , the first indoor practice and training facility in the Pacific Conference.
Located south of the Casanova Athletic Center, the Moshofsky Center accommodates the majority of the University's intercollegiate athletic programs.
The six story facility incorporates a centralized football headquarters upstairs incorporating nine dedicated football position meeting rooms, two team video theaters, offense and defense strategy rooms as well as a larger conference suite for the coaching staff.
Additional amenities include a players' lounge, a recruiting center to host prospective student-athletes, dedicated areas to accommodate professional scouts, a media interview room as well as an advanced video editing and distribution center.
A new outdoor courtyard and plaza to the west of the Casanova Center is designed in the center of the complex, uniting the expansion with the existing Cas Center and Moshofsky Center.
The University of Oregon football team has been known in recent years for its unique uniform style, consisting of multiple color combinations of helmets, uniforms both shirts and pants , socks, and shoes, resulting in a new uniform setup every week not counting in-season changes to uniform designs.
The changes have been often well-liked and praised by football recruits. Nike has had the outfitting rights for the Ducks since For several decades in the 20th century, Oregon's uniforms were traditional, generally featuring a yellow helmet with the original interlocking "UO" emblem and yellow pants, joined with a green home jersey with gold letters or white road jersey with green letters and "UCLA-style" shoulder loops.
During the Jerry Frei era — , the helmets were solid green with subtle logo variations. In , new head coach Dick Enright returned the yellow helmet with Green Bay Packer-style green and white striping and no logos, a helmet style that continued until , when new head coach Rich Brooks added the green block-style interlocking "UO" emblem.
In , the team added the Oregon Donald Duck logo to the jersey sleeves. Mike Bellotti made subtle changes in the livery, removing the striping from the helmet, jersey and pants, and adding a green variation of the pants.
The Oregon uniform underwent a radical change for the season, where new, Nike-designed gear featuring a redesigned "O" emblem with solid green helmets and jerseys with lightning yellow letters were revealed.
Since , Oregon has completely revised its uniform appearance roughly every three seasons. Fans of a more traditional approach to college football tend to ridicule each new uniform as it is released,  while younger fans and players—in particular, potential Oregon athletes—react more favorably to the flashy nature of the livery.
The football team used nine different football combinations in the season, but introduced even more combinations in the season. A metallic-yellow colored helmet with silver flames, which debuted in the Las Vegas Bowl , increased the possible combinations to The original "block UO" helmet emblem made a comeback, when it was worn along with a throwback jersey, against Cal in For the Arizona game in , Oregon unveiled a new uniform design based on the "lights out" design from the previous season featuring the "wings" pattern on the shoulder pads as well as a more simplified uniform design, while retaining the number font style of "Bellotti Bold" and the colors of green, black, white, yellow, grey, gold, and steel.
Another uniform revision was introduced at the Rose Bowl and carried forward into the season, with the "wings" moving from the shoulder pads to the helmets as chrome decals, and a broader "feather" detail with iridescent fabric highlights.
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