Through three games, sophomore wide receiver Johnny Johnson III leads Oregon with 4 receiving touchdowns. While he’s had his fair share of struggles, he’s come a long way since being a two-star recruit out of Arizona. Based on the words offensive coordinator Marcus Arroyo and quarterback Justin Herbert, his progress shouldn’t come as a surprise, thanks to his drive for more.
Extra Work is Natural for Receiver Johnny Johnson III
No. 12 Oregon Volleyball entered Thursday’s PAC-12 opener riding momentum from a strong 7-3 non-conference slate. Oregon stayed hot in 2018’s first edition of the Civil War, defeating Oregon State in four sets, 25-12, 23-25, 25-14, 25-15. Over 4000 fans watched an impressive Oregon offense shut down one of the PAC-12’s best defenses. Oregon was led by good performances from senior August Raskie (50 assists and five kills), junior Ronika Stone (13 kills) and senior Lindsey Vander Weide (14 kills). The Ducks are next tested on Sunday afternoon, as Oregon hosts No. 22 Washington State.
GAME STORY (by Jordan Brenner)
Head Coach Matt Ulmer and Outside Hitter Lindsey Vander Weide