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Ore. (AP) — Oregon stars LaMichael James and Darron Thomas returned from injury but true freshman De'Anthony Thomas sparked the No. Ducks with two second-half touchdowns in a 43-28 victory over Washington State on Saturday.
Colo. (AP) — Playing without Darron Thomas and LaMichael James, No. Oregon bulldozed injury-riddled Colorado 45-2 Saturday. The Ducks lost none of their quick-strike scoring ability without their injured quarterback and running
Hang with Oregon coach Chip Kelly a bit and you notice he does everything fast. He talks fast. (He's from Nuh Hamshuh.) He builds programs fast. (The Ducks reached last season's BCS title game in his second year as head coach.) They play fast. ("
Font Resize college football Oregon QB Thomas believes he'll play vs. CU Posted: 10/19/2011 01:05:29 PM MDT Updated: 10/19/2011 04:03:28 PM MDT Oregon quarterback Darron Thomas, who leads the third-highest scoring team in the country, said today he
With Nate Costa out, Oregon coach Chip Kelly says the Ducks don't plan to use the redshirting Bryan Bennett, unless necessary because of an injury to starting QB Darron Thomas. Kelly and offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich have said they want to
A Rihanna tune was pumping through the speakers, and the sun was shining here Tuesday, just in time to welcome the Oregon football team for its morning practice at Autzen Stadium. When you're the top-ranked team in the country, all the breaks seem to
Passing fancy works for Crespi football team Posted: 10/15/2010 11:13:13 PM PDT Updated: 10/15/2010 11:52:04 PM PDT When new football Jon Mack first arrived at Crespi High this past spring, the coach had won seven section titles in 17 years at St...
New playing surface, new Pac-10 logo on the FieldTurf, new signs on the stadium walls surrounding the field...But coach Chip Kelly's philosophy remains the same: "Win the day." In case players need any reminder of that mantra, six signs are posted in
Basketball is in her family's blood. She was constantly surrounded by it, but up until the eighth grade, Molly Tuite was just a basketball bystander. Then she decided to try the sport that so many in her family had played so well before her.