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  OCT 3 PAC-12 DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Brandon Dorlus, Jr., DE, Oregon (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.),...Led Oregon with a career-high 2.0 sacks and a career-high 3.0 tackles for loss. First career multi-sack performance...Multiple TFL in a game for the second time this season and third time in his career...Finished with five total tackles, including four solo...Earned a solid 70.1 pass-rushing grade from Pro Football Focus...2nd time in the last 3 weeks that Dorlus has won the award after sharing it with Arizona's Hunter Echols in Week 3. 3rd straight week the Ducks have tackled this honor with Mase Funa winning last week...Also nominated: Hunter Echols, DE, Arizona; Brennan Jackson, EDGE, Washington State; Junior Tafuna, DT, Utah; Tyrone Taleni, DL, USC. - Pac-12 Football

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  10/04/22 - T.J. BassrSr/2023, Oregon + More +

  OCT 3 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: T.J. Bass, Sr., LT, Oregon (Deming, Wash.),...Helped pave the way for a historic rushing performance in Oregon's 45-27 win over Stanford...The Ducks rushed 37 times for a season-high 351 yards, the most for UO since 2018. 9.5 yards per carry is the highest by Oregon since the 2013 season opener vs. Nicholls, and the highest vs. a FBS team since at least 1971...Did not allow a pressure, hurry, QB hit, or a sack on 32 pass-blocking opportunities...A key part of an Oregon offensive line that leads the nation with just one sack allowed...Earned a solid 71.8 overall grade from Pro Football Focus, as well as a 74.4 pass-blocking grade...3rd straight year that Bass has earned this achievement. Took home Pac-12 Offensive Lineman of the Week after Week 2 of the 2020 season and again after Week 3 in 2021. First player since this award was created in 2019 to win it in 3 separate seasons and matches Utah's Nick Ford and Oregon's Penei Sewell as the only players to win it 3 times overall (Sewell won it 4 times)...Also nominated: Jordan Morgan, LT, Arizona; Andrew Vorhees, LG, USC. - Pac-12 Football

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  10/02/22 - Bo NixSr/2023, Oregon + More +

  Bo Nix threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more, and No. 13 Oregon won its fourth straight game with a 45-27 victory over Stanford on Saturday night. The Ducks (4-1, 2-0 Pac-12) have won 22 straight games at Autzen Stadium. They have not dropped a game this season after the opener against Georgia. Stanford (1-3, 0-3) hasn't won since its opener against Colgate. It was the Cardinal's third straight game against an opponent in the AP Top 25. They also fell to USC and Washington. Nix completed 16 of 29 passes for 161 yards and led Oregon with a career-best 141 yards rushing on six carries. Oregon had 351 yards on the ground compared to Stanford's 127. Cardinal quarterback Tanner McKee threw for 166 yards and two touchdowns. Casey Filkins rushed for a score and caught another TD pass. Oregon came from behind last weekend to beat Washington State 44-41.

The Ducks appeared to score on their opening drive of the game, but the pass from Nix to Kris Hutson was called back because of a ineligible player downfield. They settled for a 38-yard field goal from Camden Lewis. Before the end of the first quarter, Nix hit Chase Cota with a short pass and he sprinted into the end zone for a 48-yard touchdown. Joshua Karty kicked a 23-yard field goal for Stanford to narrow the margin to 10-3. But the Ducks answered with Nix's 10-yard touchdown pass to Troy Franklin. Linebacker Noah Sewell pretended to fly in celebration after running back a fumble 21 yards to set up Nix's 4-yard touchdown run. Jordan James added a 1-yard touchdown as time expired in the half to give the Ducks a 31-3 lead. While the Ducks had firm control of the game by the break, their opening half was marked by 10 penalties for 90 yards. - Oregon/AP College Football


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  09/26/22 - Mase FunarJr/2024, Oregon + More +

  SEPT 26 PAC-12 DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Mase Funa, Jr., OLB, Oregon (Anaheim, Calif.),...Sealed Oregon's 44-41 comeback win at Washington State with a 27-yard pick-six late in the fourth quarter, his first career interception and first career touchdown...First Duck to return an interception for a touchdown since Bennett Williams on Sept. 25, 2021. Added four tackles and assisted on a tackle for loss....Oregon's highest-graded defender by Pro Football Focus at 86.7, including a stellar 92.7 coverage grade...Second straight week a Duck has earned this honor after Brandon Dorlus was a co-winner in Week 3. Funa, with his first time being recognized, becomes the 5th different Oregon player to win this award since it was created prior to the 2019 season. Also nominated: Laiatu Latu, DE, UCLA; Bralen Trice, EDGE, Washington; Nesta Jade Silvera, DL, Arizona State; Sione Lolohea, DL, Oregon State; Gabe Reid, DE, Utah; Tuli Tuipulotu, USC. - Pac-12 Football

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  09/24/22 - Bo NixSr/2023, Oregon + More +

  Quarterback Bo Nix threw a 50-yard touchdown pass to Troy Franklin with 1:21 left to give No. 15 Oregon its first lead as the Ducks scored three late touchdowns to defeat Washington State 44-41 on Saturday. Washington State (3-1, 0-1 Pac-12) had taken a 34-22 lead with just over six minutes left, but the Ducks (3-1, 1-0) broke through on offense to secure the victory. Mase Funa iced the game for Oregon when he intercepted a pass by Cameron Ward and ran it back for a touchdown with a minute remaining.

Nix completed 33 of 44 passes for 428 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. The Ducks produced 626 yards of offense. Oregon's only loss was at No. 1 Georgia in the season opener. The Cougars scored on their first possession, as Ward capped a 75-yard drive by running the final five yards for a touchdown. Oregon drove to the WSU 5, but had to settle for a field goal by Camden Lewis when the WSU defense shut down two rushes from the 5 yard line. Nix led Oregon on a 75-yard drive, throwing a 1-yard touchdown pass to Cam McCormick with 3:48 left to close within 34-29 and set up the later heroics. - Oregon/AP College Football


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  SEPT 12 PAC-12 CO-DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Brandon Dorlus, Jr., DE, Oregon (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.),...Led Oregon with a career-high seven tackles in the Ducks' dominant win over then-No. 12 BYU...Added 1.5 tackles for loss and half a sack, his 13th career game with multiple TFLs...Earned a solid 77.1 tackling grade from Pro Football Focus...First time winning this award for Dorlus, with Oregon taking it home three times last year. In 2021, Kayvon Thibodeaux won it twice and Bradyn Swinson was honored after the Ducks' Week 2 win at Ohio State. Also nominated: Solomon Byrd, DL, USC; Gabe Reid, DE, Utah; Thomas Sio, DL, Oregon State. - Pac-12 Football

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  09/17/22 - Bo NixSr/2023, Oregon + More +

  Bo Nix threw for two touchdowns and ran for three more to lead No. 25 Oregon to a 41-20 victory over No. 12 BYU on Saturday. The victory extended Oregon's winning streak at Autzen Stadium to 21 games, the third-longest in the nation. Nix, a transfer from Auburn, completed 13 of 18 passes for 222 yards and ran for 35 yards on nine carries. Terrance Ferguson caught both of Nix's touchdown passes and finished with 24 yards receiving. Jaren Hall threw for 305 yards and two scores for BYU (2-1), which was coming off a big win at home over then-No. 9 Baylor that moved the Cougars up nine spots in the AP Top 25. They struggled on the ground against the Ducks, mustering just 61 rushing yards.

The Ducks (2-1) rebounded from a season-opening loss to Georgia with a 70-14 win at home over Eastern Washington last weekend. Nix ran two yards for a touchdown to give the Ducks an early lead. Camden Lewis added a 28-yard field goal to give Oregon a 10-0 lead after the opening quarter. Isaac Rex hauled down a pass from Jaren Hall for a 28-yard BYU touchdown early in the second. Oregon answered on the next drive when Nix found Troy Franklin with a 50-yard pass to get close, then ran on another 2-yard keeper to make it 17-7. Nix fired a 15-yard TD pass to Ferguson in the end zone to give Oregon a 24-7 lead heading into halftime. Nix added a 6-yard keeper early in the second half and he hit Ferguson with a 9-yard scoring pass to make it 38-7. Ferguson has four TD catches this season. Ty Thompson replaced Nix late in the third quarter. - Oregon/AP College Football


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  09/15/22 - Ryan WalkrSr/2023, Oregon + More +

  Getting ready for BYU: Oregon guard Ryan Walk, who injured his knee against Georgia and was held out against Eastern Washington, is probable...Wide receiver Seven McGee, who needed to be helped off the field after apparently suffering an injury to his leg against Eastern Washington, is probable. - Register Guard

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  09/13/22 - Noah SewellrSo/2025, Oregon + More +

  TRACKING TOP DRAFT PROSPECTS - WEEK 2: 10. Noah Sewell, rSo, ILB, Oregon, 6-2, 253, 1,...Sewell showed up on stats sheet with only one tackle in a 70-14 win over the Eastern Washington Eagles. The Ducks were recovering from their 49-3 thrashing of Oregon and everybody looked better against the Eagles. Previous week, No.9: Considered the best inside linebacker in the nation and a wrecking ball on defense, Sewell collected only two tackles with one assist in Oregon's embarrassing, 49-3, loss to Georgia. The Ducks seemed to be totally manhandled and it may take some film study to see if Sewell salvaged any self-respect in this one. - Frank Cooney/NFL Draft Scout

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  It certainly got a little misty in the end zone early in the third quarter in Oregon's resounding 70-14 victory against Eastern Washington. Cam McCormick, the Ducks' seventh-year tight end who has been beset by injuries since 2018, scored his first touchdown in six years by ramrodding his way into the end zone following a 2-yard catch on a pass from quarterback Bo Nix. And he did it while wearing the No. 18 jersey that once belonged to teammate Spencer Webb, who died in July during an outing at Triangle Lake. "This night is one that I'll always remember," McCormick said. "It was an unreal moment." - Register Guard

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  09/11/22 - Bo NixSr/2023, Oregon + More +

  Bo Nix threw for 277 yards and five touchdowns and Oregon rebounded from its season-opening loss to Georgia with a 70-14 rout of Eastern Washington on Saturday night. It was Oregon's 20th straight win at Autzen Stadium and its 18th straight victory in a home opener. Troy Franklin caught 10 passes for 84 yards and a touchdown while Byron Cardwell caught a scoring pass and ran for another TD. Oregon was coming off a disheartening season-opening 49-3 loss to the No. 2 Bulldogs that dropped the Ducks out of the AP Top 25. Nix struggled, throwing for 173 yards with two interceptions.

Eastern Washington won its season opener 36-29 over Tennessee State. Quarterback Gunner Talkington threw for 348 yards and five touchdowns, and was named the Big Sky's offensive Player of the Week. Talkington threw for 87 yards and two touchdowns for the Eagles, who managed just 187 yards in total offense. The Ducks had 607. Oregon scored on its first dive of the game when Nix hit Terrance Ferguson with a 13-yard TD pass. Noah Whittington's 5-yard dash down the middle doubled Oregon's lead and Ferguson caught a 19-yards touchdown pass from Nix to give the Ducks a 21-0 lead. Mar'Keise Irving added a 1-yard scoring run. Eastern Washington scored with six minutes left in the first half on Talkington's 7-yard scoring pass to Jett Carpenter. Oregon added two more touchdowns before halftime. Nix hit Cardwell with a 13-yard scoring pass before a 7-yard pass to Franklin. - Oregon/AP College Football


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  09/07/22 - Noah SewellrSo/2025, Oregon + More +

  TRACKING TOP DRAFT PROSPECTS - WEEK 1: 9. Noah Sewell, rSo, ILB, Oregon, 6-2, 253,...Considered the best inside linebacker in the nation and a wrecking ball on defense, Sewell collected only two tackles with one assist in Oregon's embarrassing, 49-3, loss to Georgia. The Ducks seemed to be totally manhandled and it may take some film study to see if Sewell salvaged any self-respect in this one. - Frank Cooney/NFL Draft Scout

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  09/01/22 - Noah SewellrSo/2025, Oregon + More +

  ESPN TOP 100 PRESEASON 2022 CFB PLAYERS (Selected Aug. 17): No. 17. Noah Sewell, LB, Oregon, Sophomore. Notable 2021 stats: 114 tackles (53 solo), 4 sacks, 2 FF, 1 INT. Last year's ranking: NR. After a season of 114 tackles, four sacks two forced fumbles and a whole lot of changes at Oregon, Sewell is the mainstay the Ducks badly need. With Dan Lanning - a defensive-minded head coach - stepping into the fold, Sewell is bound to build on last season's success. Questions abound on the offensive side of the ball, so Oregon is going to need an encore from Sewell as the leader of the Ducks' defense to make some noise this season. The good news? He's plenty capable. - ESPN.com

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  Multiple short-term injuries and ailments along Oregon's offensive line allowed freshman Josh Conerly Jr. to practice with the first-team. It's a massive opportunity for the 6-foot-4, 294 pound Conerly. A former five-star recruit who joined the Ducks over the summer, it was going to be difficult to keep Conerly off the two-deep to start the season based on talent alone and it won't be at all surprising if he's listed as the backup left tackle on Oregon's depth chart for the season opener against Georgia. "I think Josh is going to be a really good player for the Ducks," Oregon coach Dan Lanning said. "I think he's going to be a phenomenal player for us; he's shown that. He has a worker's mentality, he has a growth mindset. When his time comes I think he'll be prepared for it and that could be relatively soon. We'll see." By working with the starting unit Conerly has gotten to face off with Oregon's top defensive linemen, which has meant multiple one-on-ones with Brandon Dorlus.

The fourth-year defensive end said the true freshman isn't beating him in any reps just yet, but was complimentary of how Conerly is carrying himself in his first fall camp. "Usually when you come in as a freshmen and you lose reps you get in your head and you stop working and it's over with," Dorlus said. "Him, he's lost plenty of reps but it's crazy because he's come back and he's worked on it. You can tell he's really trying to play this year as a young guy. It's tough to play left tackle as a freshman, especially in the Pac-12. Josh Conerly, he's a dog. He has a great work mentality and I love going against him; me and him go at it everyday." - The Oregonian


Fr/2026 OG Josh Conerly Jr.Oregon
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  Patrick Herbert enters his fourth year at Oregon having barely had a chance to show what he can do, as injuries have sidelined the Ducks tight end each of the past two seasons. A former four-star prospect out of Sheldon High School in the class of 2019, Herbert has played in just one game, against Nevada as a true freshman, in his career. "It's a tough situation for sure," he said. "You don't wish it on anybody. But there's a plan for everything so I'm just going to keep working." During spring practice, Herbert and fellow tight end Cam McCormick were both limited due to knee and Achilles injuries, respectively.

They've both spent a lot of time in the training room over the past two years and have leaned on each other throughout their recoveries. "I try and help him as much as I can because he hasn't had a lot of injuries," McCormick said. "So give him my knowledge, provide him knowledge where I can, being there for him, letting him talk some things out. I'm there to listen and there to give him advice." They're both back on the field and have been full participants throughout fall camp for Oregon, which held its 16th preseason practice on Tuesday. Projecting how much either will be able to contribute for the Ducks this fall is difficult, though the coaches recognize their skills. "Pat, I think, it's scratching the surface on what he can be," tight ends coach Drew Mehringer said. "He gets better and better every single week as he continues to develop into his role. I think we're still trying to figure out what those guys can and cannot be. I think they're both going to help us a lot." - The Oregonian


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