DAT To NFL: Thomas Declares For Draft

EUGENE — De’Anthony Thomas’s time in Eugene is over. After three electrifying years, Thomas will forgo his senior season and enter the NFL draft, according to Oregon’s athletic website. “I am officially withdrawing from the University of Oregon to pursue a professional career in the NFL,” Thomas said in a statement provided to Oregon’s athletic … Continue reading »

Nick Aliotti to Retire After Alamo Bowl

SAN ANTONIO — Longtime Oregon Defensive Coordinator Nick Aliotti will retire after Monday’s Alamo Bowl, the school announced today. Aliotti has been Oregon’s defensive coordinator for two stints that totaled 17 years, and has spent 24 total years at Oregon. Aliotti held his final pre-game press conference this afternoon. Here is the release from the … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Mariota on Knee, DAT on 40

Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota: Oregon running back De’Anthony Thomas: Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon safety Brian Jackson:

Ducks Roll UVA As Tyner Debuts, 59-10

Courtesy: Oregon Sports Information CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – De’Anthony Thomas ran for 124 yards and three touchdowns, Marcus Mariota threw for two touchdowns and ran 71 yards for another score and No. 2 Oregon started fast and manhandled Virginia 59-10 Saturday. The Ducks (2-0), who gained a school-record 772 yards last week in beating Nicholls State, … Continue reading »

Ducks Run for 406 on ASU

TEMPE, Az. – Thursday night’s game against Arizona State was supposed to be the first real test for the Oregon Ducks. In less than two quarters, the Ducks established their dominance, jumping out to a 43-7 lead and cruising to a 43-21 victory. Oregon ran for 406 yards on the ground, led by Kenjon Barner. … Continue reading »

Huskies No Match for Ducks Offense

EUGENE, Ore. – Fresh off an upset of Stanford, the Washington Huskies came to Autzen Stadium looking to snap an eight game losing streak to the Oregon Ducks. Instead, the Ducks dominated from start to finish, beating the 23rd ranked Huskies 52-21. Oregon jumped out to a 21-0 first quarter lead, thanks to touchdowns by … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Chip, Ducks on DAT SI Cover

Note: De’Anthony Thomas wasn’t available to the media after Oregon’s Wednesday practice. It’s anticipated that he’ll be made available on Thursday. Oregon head coach Chip Kelly discusses De’Anthony Thomas’s appearance on the cover of Sports Illustrated: Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota: Oregon defensive back Ifo Ekpre-Olomu: Oregon defensive back Avery Patterson: Oregon defensive back Erick Dargan:

Web Extra: Kelly, Aliotti (9/13/12)

Oregon Head Coach Chip Kelly: Oregon Defensive Coordinator Nick Aliotti:

Web Extra: Kelly, Clanton, Jackson

Oregon Head Coach Chip Kelly: Oregon Offensive Lineman Ryan Clanton: Oregon Rover Brian Jackson:

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