With just two days left until the University of Oregon football season opener against Nicholls State, workers put the finishing touches on some improvements to the north side of Autzen Stadium.
Mark Helfrich will make his head coaching debut Saturday against Nicholls.
Tom Ward and Collin Harmon get you ready for the 2013 Pac-12 football season with a full hour-long preview edition of Inside The Pac.
Oregon offensive line coach Steve Greatwood discusses his unit heading into the 2013 season.
The Oregon Ducks rank 5th in Sports Illustrated's College Football Preview, which hits news racks locally with quarterback Marcus Mariota on the cover. The issue has something for Oregon State Beaver fans, too: a feature about the 1942 Rose Bowl between OSU and Duke.
The Philadelphia Eagles have acquired wide receiver Jeff Maehl from Houston for offensive lineman Nate Menkin.
The University of Oregon Football Program gave a tour of it's new, roughly 145,000 square-foot performance center named the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex while the players kicked off the first day of fall camp.
Alabama was the clear top choice and Ohio State landed at No. 2 ahead of the Ducks. Four other Pac-12 teams were also ranked in the top-25.
Pac-12 Media day from Culver City, Calif. kicked off Friday as all twelve head coaches, accompanied by two student-athletes, addressed and answered questions from media regarding the upcoming 2013 season.
The 3rd overall pick in the 2013 NFL draft finally hit the practice field for the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday.
Oregon Fans were put through two years of worry and speculation only to learn that they didn’t have anything to worry about all along.
The NCAA decision, which has been 27 months in the making, settles the case that has had Ducks fans worried about penalties that could have seriously hurt the program.
A spokesman for the NCAA Committee on Infractions will announce the committee's decision about the Oregon Ducks on Wednesday morning at 7:30 a.m. and answer questions during an 8 a.m. conference call. We'll post the latest details as we get them on this live blog.
The University of Oregon used a recruiting service provider, who became a representative of the university’s athletics interests, to assist the school with the recruitment of multiple prospective student-athletes, according to findings by the Division I Committee on Infractions.
The NCAA announced it will release a report at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday about the Ducks football program’s recruiting violations. A member of the NCAA Committee on Infractions will then hold a news conference at 8 a.m.