The Oregon Ducks football program is one of the top teams to watch in all of college football. The team has become a real championship contender in recent years, and has always been a tough team to beat in the Pac-12 Conference, with multiple conference titles. Watching a game at Autzen Stadium is consistently ranked in the top-10 football experiences in the nation. You'll be overwhelmed by a roar that's louder than a Michigan Wolverines game at the Big House, even though the crowd is only half the size. “Mighty Oregon”, the Oregon Ducks fight song will sound like a battle cry as the green and yellow take the field. Catching an Oregon Ducks home game in Eugene, Oregon is guaranteed to be an unforgettable college football experience. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Oregon Ducks football tickets.
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2017 Oregon Season Preview
In 2015, the Oregon Ducks competed against TCU in the Alamo Bowl where they lost in a close game ending with a 9-4 season and the No. 2 spot in the North Pac-12 division. This was a disappointing season for the Ducks especially coming from playing in the 2014 CFP Championship game. Coming into the 2016 season, Oregon is ready to take back one of the top spots and take another run at the championship. A power player for the Ducks this season will be returning running back Royce Freeman who has had 3,201 rush yards in just two seasons. It is predicted that transfer student Dakota Prukop will take over the starting QB position from Vernon Adams Jr. New defense coordinator Brady Hoke will be replacing five of the Ducks starting players to strengthen the team’s linemen and linebacker positions. The 2016 Oregon Ducks schedule shows highly anticipated non-conference games early in the season against Virginia and Nebraska, while the conference home-game against rival Stanford is crucial to the Ducks’ 2016 season to gain a spot in the Pac-12 Championship.
Oregon Ducks Football at Autzen Stadium Address: 2727 Leo Harris Parkway, Eugene, Oregon, 97401
The Oregon Ducks play their home games at Autzen Stadium on the Oregon campus in Eugene, Oregon. The stadium was opened in 1967 but underwent a large renovation 2002, giving it a capacity of 54,000. The stadium is renowned for its crowd volume. The stadium has been described by a Michigan paper as a place "where great teams go to die". The Oregon Ducks home bench is on the Autzen Stadium sideline with sections 7-14. Autzen Stadium parking is covered in our Ducks event guide.
Autzen Stadium Experience
Known as the Civil War game, it’s the 7th oldest rivalry in Division I FBS football. These two routinely try to knock each other out of a possible Rose Bowl berth, while also fighting for state pride. The 2009 game had a BCS bowl game on the line for both teams, which Oregon won. Only 49 miles separates the two schools, so the division in the state cuts deep.
The Border War is a matchup between the Huskies and Ducks and goes back over 60 years. The rivalry between the fans in the stands is said to be one of the most fierce is the country, while the Ducks have had the upper hand on the scoreboard throughout the last decade.
The rivalry between the Cardinal and Ducks has gained a more recent stature as both teams are consistantly among the top teams in the Pac-12. This west coast matchup up is always an exciting game and pits two of the best teams in the conference up against one another.
Oregon in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games and Pac-12 Championship
A National championship victory has eluded the Ducks program but the desire to obtain the trophy has only been strengthened after the loss the 2011 BCS National Championship to Auburn and loss in the inagural College Football Playoff Championship in 2015. They’ve seen their fair share of bowl game appearances and victories, racking up around a dozen wins. One of the most exciting wins was in the 2013 Fiesta Bowl win over Kansas State. Their Pac 10/12 Conference Championships accumulation is impressive, with several victories over a short period.
2015 Oregon Football Preview
The Oregon Ducks advanced to their 2nd National Championship game in school history in 2014, behind the arm of Heisman trophy winning quarterback Marcus Mariota. The Ducks came up just short, and lost Mariota to the NFL. Despite the disappointment, the 2015 Oregon Ducks team will once again be one of the most dangerous offensive units in the country and should be in the race for the 2015 College Football Playoff. The wildcard for the Ducks chances in 2015 will be senior quarterback Vernon Adams. Adams transferred from neighboring Eastern Washington, where he has proven to be one of the most dynamic players in the country. He will have help in the backfield from running back Royce Freeman, who, while being one of the nation’s top running backs, will have to shoulder more of the load in 2015 with the season ending injury to Thomas Tyner. Oregon will be tested early with a road trip to East Lansing to take on the Michigan State Spartans in a rematch of one of the best games of the non-conference schedule last season. The key game in the race for the Pac-12 North title will once again be against Stanford, who the Ducks will play on the road in 2015. Other top games on the Oregon Ducks 2015 schedule will be against Utah, at Arizona State, and against USC, before the season finale civil war game against Oregon State.
2014 Oregon Football Preview
There are few places in the country where you can win 11 games, and still feel like you had a disappointing season, Oregon happens to be one of them. The Ducks started off the Mark Helfrich era with the same offensive barrage that has defined the program for the last half decade. But another loss to Stanford and a surprise upset at Arizona left the Ducks out of the national championship conversation. Oregon lost key offensive weapons De’Anthony Thomas, and Josh Huff to the NFL draft, but have never taken long to reload. With Heisman candidate Marcus Mariota leading the way, anything short of a trip to the college football playoffs will be a disappointment. An early matchup against a strong Michigan State team will be crucial to the Ducks chances and PAC-12 road games against UCLA and Oregon State are must wins if the boys from Eugene have any chance of making it to Dallas.
2013 Oregon Football Preview
Under new head coach Mark Helfrich, the Oregon Ducks look to continue to build off the success that previous head coach Chip Kelly started. The Ducks have elevated themselves to elite program status after four straight BCS appearances and conference championships in three of the last four years. With Helfrich previously serving as the offensive coordinator and the return of quarterback Marcus Mariota, the Ducks will once again be one of the top offenses in college football.
Along with the return of Mariota, running backs De'Anthony Thomas and Byron Marshall will be relied on heavily in Oregon’s offense and the Ducks quest to capture the Pac-12 title after a year absence. Oregon’s home schedule is highlighted with exciting matchups against UCLA and state-rival Oregon State.
2011 Oregon Football Preview
With a 2010 putting up stats as gaudy as their uniforms, the Oregon Ducks enter 2011 with a collective chip on its wing-emblemized shoulder. After losing to the Auburn Tigers in last year’s title game by a last-second field goal, the Ducks and head coach Chip Kelly are now ready to finish what they’ve tried and failed to do the last two seasons—finally finish on top.
First they have to get through the newly configured Pac-12, which they won for the past two years in a row when it was the Pac-10. They’ll be in the North division, along with Cal, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington and Washington State. However, with junior quarterback Darron Thomas—who directed the nation’s top offense—and junior running back LaMichael James—a Heisman Finalist in 2010 after leading the country in rushing—returning, it’s going to be hard for any program in the Pac-12 (other than the newly inducted Utah) to compete for the title.
Losing a lot of talent on the defensive side of the ball after a near-title season would cripple most teams. Not Oregon, who often swapped players in each unit, including nine in the defensive line alone. Junior cornerback Cliff Harris is looking to continue his ball-hawking ways after leading the Pac-10 in interceptions with six in 2010. Up front, senior end Terrell Turner will anchor a young line that will look to match its offensive counterpart in dominating the competition.
2010 Oregon Football Preview
In his first year as head coach of the Oregon Ducks football team last season, Chip Kelly led the team to a 10-3 record, a Pac-10 conference championship and a berth in the 2010 Rose Bowl. While the Ducks lost their bowl game to the Ohio State Buckeyes, there's no reason to believe that they can't finish on top in the upcoming season.
Quarterback Nate Costa will need to step in to replace last year's QB, Jeremiah Masoli, but will enter with an impressive cast of surrounding players. Running back LaMichael James ran for 1,546 yards and 14 touchdowns last year, and enters the 2010 season as a potential All-American. On the defensive side, the Ducks will look for a major contribution from senior linebacker Casey Matthews, who logged 81 tackles, three sacks and one interception in 2009 to help Oregon's defense to a number one ranking against conference rivals.
Oregon starts its season with rather easy games against New Mexico, Tennessee and Portland State, but the year ends with the traditional Civil War game against Oregon State - one of the oldest rivalries in college football.
2009 Oregon Football Preview
The Oregon Ducks come into 2009 with sky high expectations and a new leader. Beloved Ducks Coach Mike Bellotti has retired, he is replaced by his handpicked replacement Chip Kelly. The smooth transition from Bellotti to Kelly should insure Oregon doesn't miss a beat on the field, because all of the players already know Kelly. Kelly's job in 2009 will be to mold a very talented Ducks team into a National Title contender; many of the these pieces are in place to make a run at it. If Oregon gets past USC and wins the Pac-10 they just might find themselves playing in the Rose Bowl for a crystal ball.
2008 Oregon Football Preview
Head Coach Mike Bellotti has got his Ducks all in a row for 2008. Bellotti was named to the Paul "Bear" Bryant College Football Coach of the Year award in 2007, and not just for twiddling his thumbs. Last year, the team reached as high as #2 in the national rankings before their season slowly declined to injuries. With hopeful standouts Jeremiah Johnson (RB) and Jaison Williams (WR) returning to the team this season, the 2008 Oregon Ducks are ready to best last year's record of 9-4, and are looking for another postseason appearance.
The Ducks will have pressure to strike early with defense this season, to give their offense the footing it needs to play solid all year long. Regardless of who's returning, this program is going to perform under Bellotti, and Oregon fans will be cheering louder than ever this season. Be sure to catch the season closer versus Oregon State, as Oregon looks to avenge last year's loss that cut their streak in the rivalry.