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2017 Schedule
7-5, 4th in Pac 12 - North
Oregon, Boise State have a bit of a heated history (0:57)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

I've confirmed Oregon co-offensive coordinator Marcus Arroyo will remain with the Ducks as OC and receive a three-year contract. Sports Illustrated first reported Arroyo's new deal. Arroyo had options after Willie Taggart's departure, so this is a good move for Ducks coach Mario Cristobal to keep him in Eugene.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon has officially announced Mario Cristobal will take over as head coach on a permanent basis. "I'm excited and honored to be the head football coach of the Oregon Ducks," Cristobal said in a statement. "The rich tradition combined with the incredible wave of momentum that has been created throughout the season and the recruiting process is something we believe will be unstoppable, and this will lead us to fulfill the great expectations of our great university and our fan base."

Cristobal allows Oregon to maintain continuity (1:29)

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Oregon is working on a deal to promote co-offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Mario Cristobal to head coach, sources told ESPN Friday. Cristobal would replace Willie Taggart, who left for Florida State after only one season. The news was first reported by NBC Sports Northwest.

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Herbstreit: Bring The Lane Train To Eugene?

Kirk Herbstreit and Ian Fitzsimmons discuss the Oregon coaching vacancy and wonder if Lane Kiffin could be the perfect coach to fill the Ducks' void.

Herm says college players should be free to leave if coach bails (1:21)

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Ducks QB Marcus Mariota on Willie Taggart leaving Oregon for FSU after one season: "Disappointing. It is what it is. Hopefully the program will get going in the right direction. I know leadership is in place. Hopefully it will get back to where it was."

Is Oregon a destination job? (2:07)
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8dAndrea Adelson

Taggart starts 'dream job' as coach at FSU

Willie Taggart, who grew up in Florida, said he agonized over the decision to leave the Oregon Ducks after just a season, but that coaching the Florida State Seminoles was his dream job.

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Oregon AD 'disappointed' Taggart left for FSU

As Oregon begins a nationwide search for a new coach, athletic director Rob Mullens expressed disappointment in Willie Taggart's departure, saying, "We sat down a year ago, and we made a commitment to him. He made a commitment to us."

Can Taggart succeed at Florida State? (2:18)
Is Taggart one-and-done at Oregon a bad sign? (1:48)
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9dEdward Aschoff and Chris Low

Taggart leaving Oregon for Florida State job

Willie Taggart has agreed to leave Oregon to be the head coach at Florida State, replacing Jimbo Fisher. Taggart will make $30 million over six years, a source told ESPN.

Finebaum: Taggart leaving Oregon 'all about money' (0:36)
How would Taggart fit at Florida State? (1:39)

Team Stats

Passing Yards186.3
Rushing Yards268.0
Points For36.7
Points Against28.377th