Hot Clicks: This Week’s Best Oregon Duck Stories
The Ducks opened the week by picking up wide receiver Servite Tetairoa McMillan, winning a close battle against Pac-12 foes Arizona and USC.
Utah’s Outstanding Defensive Lineman Ben roberts disengaged from Washington weeks after visiting Eugene for the SNL camp. The Ducks are squarely in the mix and are looking for another victory over the Huskies on the scouting track with a need remaining on the defensive line in 2022.
Oregon ranked in Top 15 in AP preseason poll
Oregon opens the 2021 season as the 11th-ranked team in the AP Preseason Top 25, the highest score for any Pac-12 team.
Oregon has had a few more fall camp practices this week, and our Max Torres and Nick Battey provided insides as the Ducks prepare for the regular season.
The Ducks tight end will be missing for some time with a knee injury. He was expected to start, or at the very least be a regular contributor to the offense this year.
Torres’ Perspective: How Mario Cristobal Built a Strong Culture in Oregon
Max Torres explains how Mario Cristobal put his own mark on the Oregon football program and took it to new heights as he entered fourth year at Eugene.
Oregon quarterback outlook for the 2021 season
Anthony brown, Jay butterfield, Ty thompson, and Robby ashford have all been impressive in fall camp, and the battle for the starting position might not be settled.
The veteran Ducks linebacker discussed his goals for his final season in Oregon, as well as his future career as a police officer.
Oregon Recruit Seven McGee engaged in the program over three years ago and is finally ready to make an impact in the Ducks’ uniform.
The second-year Ducks defensive end is stronger and leaner and wows the fall camp coaching staff as he searches for a starting position.
READ MORE: Bradyn Swinson Continues To Turn Heads At Fall Camp
Safety for first-year students Jeffrey Bassa made the most of his opportunities at fall camp and got to see the field early in his first season.
READ MORE: Freshman Focus: Jeffrey Bassa
The three best trap games on the Oregon football calendar
If anyone could cause a surprise against the Ducks in 2021, keep an eye out for these three clashes.
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