AUDIO: Oregon Football Defense Ready for Physical, Balanced Stanford Attack

Both of Oregon football’s units are expecting their toughest test of the season thus far when No. 7 Stanford comes to Eugene on Saturday. Just a year ago, the Oregon defense struggled to hold back a Cardinal offense lead by Bryce Love and a group of tall, dangerous receivers in the most lopsided meeting in the two team’s illustrious history. This year, David Shaw’s team enters with a more balanced attack, still led by Love on the ground and one of the country’s most prolific wideouts in J.J. Arcega-Whiteside. Listen below as head coach Mario Cristobal, co-defensive coordinator Joe Salave’a and his players break down what they must do to get the better of the Cardinal this time around.

Head Coach Mario Cristobal

Co-Defensive Coordinator Joe Salave’a 

Defensive Lineman Jalen Jelks

Deommodore Lenoir 

-Alex Castle

 

QuackSmack: Wednesday, 9/19/18

HOSTS: Jordan Brenner and Jonathan Rifkind

6:00 Oregon Football Prepares for Biggest Game in Some Time 

  • Biggest Oregon football game since…
  • What does Stanford bring to the table and do the Ducks match up well?
  • How should Oregon compose their gameplan?

6:25 GUEST: Joey McMurry (Oregon IMG)

6:35 Oregon Volleyball Enters Conference Play

  • Should fans be optimistic about the nonconference slate?
  • How can Oregon St. challenge the Ducks?
  • Civil War Predictions

6:50 Oregon Soccer to begin PAC-12 play looking strong

  • The Never Say Die Ducks
  • Why, if at all, is this year different?
  • Keys to a conference-opening win against Utah