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2019 Schedule
9-4, 4th in Pac 12 - North
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Second Ducks player sues OU, Taggart, NCAA

A second Oregon football player is suing the university, the NCAA and former Ducks coach Willie Taggart over a series of January 2017 workouts that sent three players to the hospital.

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5dAndrea Adelson

Top 10 nonconference matchups of 2019

The 2019 season is (sadly) eight months away, but the fans, and no doubt the players, are already looking forward to the biggest games of next season.

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Oregon's top tackler returning for senior season

Oregon junior linebacker Troy Dye, who posted 115 tackles last season en route to earning second-team all-Pac-12 honors, announced in a tweet Thursday that he would return to the Ducks for his senior season.

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7dHeather Dinich

Ex-lineman sues NCAA, Oregon over injuries

An $11.5 million lawsuit against the NCAA, the University of Oregon and former Ducks football coach Willie Taggart was filed Wednesday over a workout that sent three players to the hospital.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Source: Oregon outside linebackers coach Cort Dennison is headed back to Louisville as the team's co-defensive coordinator. He'll also work with the linebackers. Football Scoop first reported the move. Dennison is among the nation's best recruiters and served as Louisville's recruiting coordinator and inside linebackers coach.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

After speculation quickly went into overdrive that Oregon coach Mario Cristobal was the prime candidate for the Miami job, Cristobal addressed the situation with his team. "I think we're in the business of distraction, right? You're going to encounter it all the time and we were on our way to practice, it got a little bit noisy," Cristobal said. "And I figured it was good to address it before it became noisy to make it really clear that this is where I want to be, this is where I'm going to be and that we're working on some things, obviously, with the athletic director, to make that happen. But there was no waffling. There was no wavering. It got put to bed pretty quickly." The Miami job was filled on Sunday night and Cristobal is working toward making his stay in Eugene even longer.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Despite being projected as one of the first quarterbacks taken in the 2019 NFL draft, Oregon QB Justin Herbert said he didn't give a whole lot of thought to leaving for the NFL this year. "I have kind of known what I wanted to do," Herbert said. "I'm just in a great situation and I have got great guys around me."

Mistakes abound in Oregon's Redbox Bowl victory (1:30)
Oregon's Herbert connects with Mitchell for 28-yard TD (0:24)
Lewerke bobbles snap then throws crazy INT (0:51)
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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

The No. 1 ranked prospect, Kayvon Thibodeaux, is at the Under Armour All America game. Craig Haubert breaks down Thibodeaux on and off the field and what he'll bring to Oregon next season.

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Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon signee Kayvon Thibodeaux, the No. 1 ranked prospect in the 2019 class, wants to go into journalism after college. He put his interviewing skills to test at the Under Armour All America game, interviewing a few fellow recruits.

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Top QB prospect Herbert to return to Ducks in '19

Ducks quarterback Justin Herbert, who was ranked No. 6 overall on the latest Big Board by ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper, will return for his senior season in 2019.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Wearing his Oregon pants to represent his alma mater, Patrick Chung smiles as it was mentioned that QB Justin Herbert is returning to the Ducks next season instead of declaring for the NFL draft. "Good decision, Justin," he says with a lighthearted touch.

Matich: Herbert returning 'is good for his NFL future' (1:57)
Kiper: Herbert's return to Oregon impacts next 2 NFL drafts (2:32)
27d

Campus Conversation: Early Signing Period Special

Matt Schick, Tom Luginbill & Tom VanHaaren react to a dominant early signing period for the SEC (1:35), a big message from Oregon (18:30), the schools that came up short (23:45) and much more.

Florida, Oregon biggest winners on early signing day (1:19)
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Campus Conversation: Oregon's Recruiting Coup, COY Debate

Ivan Maisel, Brad Edwards & Jake Trotter, discuss the start of bowl season (3:46), weigh in on the significance of Oregon landing the top recruit in the country (8:16), debate which coach is most worthy of COY honors (17:44) & more. Plus, Walk-Ons (30:16) and Extra Points (37:40).

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32dTom VanHaaren

Nation's No. 1 recruit Thibodeaux picks Oregon

Defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux, the No. 1-ranked prospect in the 2019 class, committed to Oregon on Saturday. Thibodeaux chose the Ducks over Alabama, Florida and Florida State.

ESPN's top football recruit commits to Oregon (1:17)

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon landed the No. 1 ranked prospect in the 2019 class, Kayvon Thibodeaux, on Saturday. The defensive end chose the Ducks over Alabama, Florida and Florida State. Oregon now has 10 ESPN 300 commitments in the class, which was ranked No. 6 overall prior to his commitment.