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Oregon Football

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August 1, 2019


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Our coverage of the team will be extensive with eyes on the ground in Eugene and a great team ready to work this season. As one of the top voices in this market I’m happy to be front and center for this season. 

Will this be the year the Ducks get back into the BCS playoffs? Justin Herbert will be a key to this team’s success in his final college year.

On the recruiting trail, can it get any better? Mario Cristobal once again has Oregon hovering around the top 10 with a number of key pieces already committed. 

This is shaping up to be a special stretch of the year. From football right into what might be a championship season for Oregon Women’s basketball, we’ll cover it all. 

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Want proof? Last night we posted the Juice, which featured the below update on elite ‘21 Dont’e Thornton Jr. This morning he decommited from Penn State on twitter. 

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***The Juice: Several Players Stepping Up this Fall***

I’ve saved the best for last. But Oregon did well, I mean REALLY well with Mount Saint Joseph (Md.) receiver Dont’e Thornton Jr. The current Penn State commit might have been the second best receiver at SNL in my eyes. He was terrific and easily held up his No. 38 national ranking. I realize I’ve saved this space for ‘21’s Oregon leads for and I think that’s the case with Thornton. At the very least, they pulled up to the top. There will be no immediate push to get him to decommit and flip. With so much time left Oregon is trying to stay a little more under the radar here if possible. 


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