KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- This past weekend, my travels took me to the KnoxVegasHeat event. A regionally oriented travel team event, the KVH offered a glimpse into a variety of players in different classes at different levels.
With the impending departure of both of their starting safeties following the 2013 season, the Oregon Ducks will be looking to add at least a couple of standouts to the back end of their defense in the Class of 2014.
about 1156 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | Oregon Ducks
Only after a few years can a recruiting class truly be measured. And while there were plenty of success stories in Oregon's Class of 2009, several players who signed with Oregon and never made an impact.
about 1190 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | NCF On The Trail
With the final regular-season home game set for Saturday night, there is plenty of excitement surrounding the Oregon football program. ESPN's College GameDay will be in Eugene on senior day, a fitting home finale for the most successful class in school history.
about 1259 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | Oregon Ducks
After the Ducks program began to take off in the mid-1990s, California hired former Ducks' offensive coordinator Jeff Tedford in 2002. As the Ducks' upward climb reached a standstill, Cal stepped up and looked like it might be the next in line to challenge USC.
about 1268 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | Oregon Ducks
USC Trojans (6-2 overall, 4-2 Pac-12 South) vs Oregon Ducks (8-0 overall, 5-0 Pac-12 North) Date: Saturday, Nov. 3 Location: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Time: 4:00 p.m. PT TV: FOX Radio: ESPNLA710 (pre-game show starts at 10:30 a.
With an intense schedule, recruits from powerhouse Concord (Calif.) De La Salle usually wait until their annual championship run is over to take their recruiting trips. With a rare Saturday off from practice, four-star linebacker Victor Egu (Concord, Calif.
about 1298 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | NCF On The Trail
EUGENE, Ore. -- There was just a smidgeon of tension late in Chip Kelly's post-game news conference after Oregon whipped Washington 52-21. Reporters tried to draw out an iota of special emotion from Kelly in reaction to a ninth consecutive victory -- each by at least 17 points -- over the Ducks' archrival, but Kelly wasn't biting.
about 1299 days ago | Ted Miller | Washington Huskies