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Name: Anthony Brown (Transfer from Boston College) (+) 10-12-19 Leg INJ/Out for 2019
College: Oregon     Number: 13
Height: 6-1   Weight: 226
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 4.63
   40 Time: 4.73
  40 High: 4.82
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 Data Scout Notes: 2019: Transfer from Boston College/NAC...(+) 10-12-19 Leg INJ/Out for 2019...HM All-Big 12 w/251-389-3161-21-7-64.5 pass, 147-344-2.3-11 rush in 14 gms in '19. 240-390-3019-19-9-61.5 pass, 133-375-2.8-7 rush, 1-36-36.0-0 rec in 13 gms, left WVU gm early due to injury in '18. Big 12 Co-OFF FOY w/139-204-1562-11-4-68.1 pass, 65-166-2.6-0 rush 8 gms in '17.

 Anthony Brown, Oregon, Player News

  04/04/20 - QB Anthony BrownrSr/2021, Oregon, 6-1, 226 (DS#25 QB) + More +

  A day after committing to the Oregon Ducks, Boston College graduate transfer quarterback Anthony Brown joined "Recruiting with Andrew Nemec" on 1080 The FAN to discuss his recruitment and decision to join the flock. The 6-foot-2, 220-pound signal-caller and three-year starter was forced to audible when it came to his visit plans due to the NCAA's recent enactment of an emergency recruiting dead period in response to growing concerns about the coronavirus. But Brown had already taken a trip to Oregon and was impressed by what he heard from Mario Cristobal and new offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead. He was also pleased that the trip didn't involve a sales pitch or a promise of playing time - just an opportunity to compete for the starting job vacated by graduating quarterback Justin Herbert. "I wasn't promised anything - and that's another thing that I really liked about the staff," Brown said. "No promises, no guarantees, no strings attached - just me coming in… and me coming in and competing with the other quarterbacks. And being able to bring experience to the table is a huge thing for me. I really appreciated the fact that they offered me the opportunity to come in and compete, especially with nothing guaranteed." The graduate transfer said the absence of a promise is "better for the team honestly… and better for the quarterback room." As a junior, Brown threw for 1,250 yards, nine touchdowns and two interceptions in six games before suffering a season-ending knee injury. - The Oregonian

(DS#25 QB) rSr/2021 QB Anthony BrownOregon
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  04/03/20 - QB Anthony BrownrSr/2021, Oregon, 6-1, 226 (DS#25 QB) + More +

  Anthony Brown Finally Makes Decision, Transfers to Oregon...Brown originally entered the transfer portal on Dec. 9 of last year. Early reports linked him to Miami, as the school was openly seeking a graduate transfer quarterback, but the Hurricanes eventually landed Houston transfer D'Eriq King. Brown also signaled that he was considering a potential return to the Eagles, retweeting several tweets that detailed how players who enter the transfer portal are still able to return to their original teams.

As the Eagles' day-one starter for the last three years, Brown notched 40 touchdown passes, 20 interceptions, and 4,738 passing yards during his tenure on the Heights. He improved significantly across his seasons, as his passer rating jumped from a 103.5 as a freshman to a 134.8 as a sophomore, and then to a 154.5 during the 2019 campaign. Brown was plagued by his injuries throughout his career, however, and he never played a full slate of games in any of his three seasons as starter. A tear to his right ACL ended his rookie season-after he redshirted as a first-year-and he only threw three passes in the Eagles' 2018 College Gameday matchup against then-No. 2 Clemson before exiting with an internal body injury. - Boston Globe


(DS#25 QB) rSr/2021 QB Anthony BrownOregon
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  04/01/20 - QB Anthony BrownrSr/2021, Oregon, 6-1, 226 (DS#25 QB) + More +

  After the graduation of projected first-round NFL draft pick Justin Herbert, the Oregon Ducks football program entered the offseason with a quarterback competition. That battle reportedly added a key name Wednesday, as Yahoo Sports Pete Thamel tweeted that Boston College three-year starter and graduate transfer Anthony Brown is expected to commit to Oregon for his final season of eligibility. - OregonLive

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  12/01/19 - QB Anthony BrownrSr/2021, Oregon, 6-1, 226 (DS#25 QB) + More +

  Boston College fired coach Steve Addazio after seven seasons in which the Eagles never surpassed seven wins. Wide receivers coach Rich Gunnell will serve as interim coach, athletic director Martin Jarmond said in a statement on Sunday afternoon, a day after BC beat Pittsburgh to achieve bowl eligibility for the sixth time in seven years under Addazio. "He inherited a program that had a down stretch and led us to six bowl games while recruiting high-character student-athletes that represented BC the right way," Jarmond said. "Our student-athletes have been pillars of the community and in the classroom and that's a credit to Steve and his staff."

Addazio was 44-44 since taking over in 2013, earning a bowl-qualifying sixth win with the 26-19 victory over Pittsburgh. The 60-year-old coach spent much of his postgame news conference talking about the program's future, insisting, "It's not about me." "All I cared about was getting this team to six wins and getting another month with them. And then watching what I watched," he said after celebrating with his players in the locker room. "That was the greatest gift that I got. You want to talk about me? That was a great gift." Addazio lamented the loss of quarterback Anthony Brown and linebackers John Lamont and Isaiah McDuffie, and spoke -- in a familiar theme for him over the years -- about the program's youth. The Eagles have 62 players who are redshirt sophomores or younger. - AP College Football


(DS#25 QB) rSr/2021 QB Anthony BrownOregon
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  10/15/19 - QB Anthony BrownrSr/2021, Oregon, 6-1, 226 (DS#25 QB) + More +

  Boston College junior quarterback Anthony Brown will miss the rest of the season with a leg injury. Coach Steve Addazio made the announcement Monday during his weekly news conference. Addazio said Brown will have surgery within the next few days. The injury is not expected to be career-ending. Brown was injured in the second quarter of the Eagles' 41-39 loss to Louisville on Oct. 5. In six games this season, he had 1,250 yards passing, nine touchdowns and two interceptions. He also rushed for 126 yards and two touchdowns. Sophomore Dennis Grosel, who replaced Brown during the Louisville game and threw for three touchdowns, is expected to start when Boston College (3-3) hosts N.C. State on Saturday. - AP College Football

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  09/05/19 - QB Anthony BrownrSr/2021, Oregon, 6-1, 226 (DS#25 QB) + More +

  In two years of watching his starting quarterback grow, Boston College coach Steve Addazio could sense that it was coming. Anthony Brown: Leader. The BC junior had won some big games, and lost some others the Eagles should have won. He had helped the team with his arm and with his legs. He came back from injuries. But what Addazio saw in the 35-28 victory against Virginia Tech last week was new.

"In the huddle, on the sidelines, he's driving the football team, and we've been just dying to see that come out of him," Addazio said as the Eagles prepared for Saturday's game against Richmond. "Just really making corrections, driving the team, total command, unfazed, not riding the roller coaster of the ups and downs of the games. "At halftime, he was strong, real strong, and I loved it. It's what a veteran quarterback should bring to the table, and he brought it." A 6-foot-2 redshirt junior, Brown completed 15 of 26 passes for 275 yards on Saturday, throwing for two touchdowns and running for another. Another game like that and he would be the ninth BC quarterback to throw for over 4,000 yards in his career. - AP College Football


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  08/31/19 - QB Anthony BrownrSr/2021, Oregon, 6-1, 226 (DS#25 QB) + More +

  No cupcakes, no local rivals to open this season. Boston College jumped right into it with a victory over an Atlantic Coast Conference opponent. Anthony Brown threw two touchdown passes and ran for another to lead the Eagles to a 35-28 victory over Virginia Tech Saturday in the schools' opener. AJ Dillon and David Bailey each had a scoring run for BC, which posted a win over the Hokies for the second straight year. Kobay White (17 yards) and true freshman Zay Flowers (33-yarder) each had a TD catch.

</p>"Winning the opener is extremely important. It validates your offseason work and it gives you positive momentum. But winning your opener against a highly-quality football team, I think you get better from that," BC coach Steve Addazio said. "You can go out, win an opener against a team that maybe you're stronger than, but I don't think that it sometimes helps you because two weeks in, three weeks in you can get shocked at the speed of the game." - AP College Football

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