AUDIO: Oregon Football Returns to Practice After Day Off

Oregon football was back on the practice fields Thursday morning after their first day off of fall camp. With a week in the books, the Ducks look to make further progress in each facet of the game with their week one date with Bowling Green quickly approaching. As usual with preseason camps, competition is heating up throughout the roster for starting spots, and as former Alabama and current Oregon special teams coordinator Bobby Williams discusses below, that includes the kicking and returning positions. Listen below to his full interview, including an interview with wide receiver and special teams standout Brenden Schooler and an update on the Ducks’ offensive line from center Jake Hanson.

Special Teams Coordinator Bobby Williams

Wide Receiver Brenden Schooler

Center Jake Hanson

-Alex Castle

AUDIO: Oregon Football Holds Annual Media Day

The Oregon football team held its annual media day on Sunday afternoon at the Autzen Club. The event meant to introduce the 2018 team to the media and public opened with head coach Mario Cristobal at the podium, followed by linebacker and defensive leader Troy Dye and then quarterback Justin Herbert. Looking to improve on their 7-6 2017 season that concluded with a disappointing loss to Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl, the Ducks return a number of weapons on offense  and veterans on defense who are joined by a bevy of newcomers with an opportunity to contribute on both sides of the ball. Listen below to the full press conferences and a number of interviews with Oregon players.

Head Coach Mario Cristobal

Linebacker Troy Dye

Quarterback Justin Herbert 

Quarterback Braxton Burmeister

Running Back CJ Verdell

Wide Receiver Johnny Johnson III

Wide Receiver Jaylon Redd

Offensive Lineman Calvin Throckmorton

Defensive Lineman Justin Hollins

Defensive Lineman Jordon Scott

Linebacker Kaulana Apelu

Linebacker Isaac Slade-Matautia

Safety Brady Breeze

Cornerback Deommodore Lenoir 

-Alex Castle and Gabe Ornelas