The Ducks started the season with a three-headed monster in the backfield: junior Byron Marshall, sophomore Thomas Tyner and freshman Royce Freeman.
For certain, Tyner's sophomore season didn't quite go according to plan.
McKenzie Sew On has cranked up production of Rose Bowl and College Football Playoff related t-shirts and sweatshirts as the Oregon Ducks play on the premier tier of the post-season.
The story of how Rick Qualley became a Duck football fan might not sound uncommon. His collection of Duck logo gear? Now that's a different story.
The Oregon Ducks managed to comeback from a halftime deficit to beat the UC Irvine Anteaters in an overtime thriller, 69-67.
The Ducks built a large first-half lead over the Seattle University Redhawks on Monday night, coasting to a 70-44 victory at Matthew Knight Arena.
Just when it seemed Oregon's defense was peaking at the perfect time, with Jameis Winston and Florida State on the horizon, an injury took away the Ducks' best defensive back.
College football has never had a quarterback matchup quite like Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota. The superstar passers have won the last two Heisman Trophy awards, and come April, there very well could be an NFL team or two trying to decide which player to take with one of the first picks in the draft.
The list of players the Ducks lost this season to major injuries goes on and on. And where other teams would have fallen apart, this team chose to get stronger.
Each season, the task of making a Top 10 plays of the year list becomes increasingly difficult: Oregon scored 80 touchdowns this season.
Marcus Mariota made the cover of Sports Illustrated for a fourth time in his college career.
This time, it's one of four alternate covers highlighting the teams in the 2014 College Football Playoff.
Marcus Mariota won The Associated Press vote in the same landslide fashion he won the Heisman Trophy. He received 49 of the 54 votes submitted by the AP Top 25 media panel
The Oregon Ducks men’s basketball team won a come from behind victory over the University of California, Santa Barbara Gauchos, 82-78, in overtime in front of 5,396 fans in Matt Knight Arena Monday night.
Oregon senior forward Jillian Alleyne had a historic day, recording her 19th straight double-double with 26 points and 16 rebounds, and the Ducks rallied back from a 15-point first half deficit but could not complete the comeback against the Bulldogs of Fresno State, losing the game 68-59.
Oregon got out to an early lead over the Hornets of Delaware State, leading from start to finish in a 83-70 win on Saturday in Matthew Knight Arena.