The Oregon Ducks have one of the most rapidly growing bowl resumes in the country. The Ducks have played in 27 bowl games in their history, with 20 of them coming since 1989. In just over 2 decades Oregon has evolved from being a bowl game outsider, to one of the most consistent bowl teams in the country. As their experience in bowls grew, so did the expectations and now the Ducks have some of the loftiest goals in the country. Oregon has its sights set on Rose Bowls and National Championships every season, goals which never seem to be far from reach for the boys from Eugene.
In 2012, Oregon faced off against Wisconsin in one of the most anticipated Rose Bowl games in decades. In front of 91,245 fans the Ducks pulled out a come from behind 45-38 victory over a very good Badgers team, in a game that will go down as one of the top Rose Bowls of the BCS era. Only a year later, the green and yellow returned to the BCS facing off against Kansas State in the 2013 Fiesta Bowl. The Ducks again came out victorious in a dominating 35-17 victory to give the program its 2nd major bowl victory in a two-year span.
Eugene has always been passionate about the Ducks’ football team. But with the recent success of the program, that passion has been spread out on a national level, and the Ducks have been one of the biggest draws of bowl season since the early 2000’s. The nation waits in anticipation to see what innovative and unique uniforms the team will unveil for the bowl season, and the high powered, always running style of the Ducks is as exciting as any program in the history of college football. In the past decade, the Ducks have played for their first National Championship, won multiple BCS games, and are always within grasp of winning the day. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Oregon Ducks Bowl Game tickets.
Oregon Ducks Recent Bowl Game History
In 2015, the Oregon Ducks squared off against the TCU Horned Frogs in the Alamo Bowl. The Ducks started with a strong start scoring 41 points in the first-half but couldn’t hold off the Horned Frogs in the second-half where they scored 47 points. The Oregon Ducks have had a strong standing in the PAC-12 Conference in 2015 ending their season in the top 2. For the 2016 College Football Season, the young Ducks team is ready to earn their spot back in the PAC-12 and CFN Championship games.