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Hot Clicks: The Top Oregon Ducks Stories of the Week

Recapping the biggest stories from Oregon athletics this week.

New Guidelines for Oregon Sporting Events

The University of Oregon announced its updated guidelines Saturday for fans looking to attend sporting events.

READ MORE: University of Oregon Releases New Guidelines for Sporting Events

Jalil Tucker

Oregon landed its second Lincoln High School athlete this month after Jalil Tucker announced his commitment late Friday night. Tucker may be the most intriguing recruit for the Ducks in 2022 yet.

READ MORE: Jalil Tucker Commits to Oregon

READ MORE: Evaluating Jalil Tucker's Fit With Oregon

Tetairoa McMillan

The Ducks opened up the week by picking up Servite wide receiver Tetairoa McMillan, winning a tight battle against Pac-12 foes Arizona and USC.

READ MORE: Tetairoa McMillan Commits to Oregon

READ MORE: Evaluation: Oregon Commit Tetairoa McMillan

Ben Roberts

Utah standout defensive lineman Ben Roberts decommitted from Washington weeks after visiting Eugene for SNL camp. The Ducks are squarely in the mix and are looking for another win over the Huskies on the recruiting trail with a remaining need on the defensive line in 2022.

READ MORE: Ben Roberts Decommits From Washington

Oregon Ranked In Top 15 in Preseason AP Poll

Oregon opens up the 2021 season as the 11th-ranked team in the Preseason AP Top 25, the highest mark for any Pac-12 team.

READ MORE: Oregon Football Ranked Inside Top 15 of AP Preseason Poll

Fall Camp

Oregon held a couple more practices in fall camp this week, and our Max Torres and Nick Battey gave an inside look as the Ducks prepare for the regular season.

READ MORE: August 16 Fall Camp Practice Report

READ MORE: August 19 Fall Camp Practice Report

READ MORE: Photos From August 19 Fall Camp Practice

Patrick Herbert

The Ducks tight end will miss some time due to a knee injury. He was expected to start, or at the very least be a steady contributor for the offense this year.


Keith Brown Fall Camp

LB Keith Brown Out, TE/DE DJ Johnson Questionable vs. Oregon State

The latest injury updates from Eugene ahead of this weekend's rivalry game

Oregon State Jack Colleto

How to Watch No. 11 Oregon vs. Oregon State

All the info you need to tune in to this weekend's game

Seven Mcgee Colorado

Seven McGee Spending Majority of Time at Wide Receiver Amid Flurry of Injuries

The freshman back was praised for his versatility coming out of high school

READ MORE: Patrick Herbert Out With Knee Injury

Torres' Take: How Mario Cristobal Built a Strong Culture at Oregon

Max Torres breaks down how Mario Cristobal has put his own stamp on the Oregon football program and has it ascending toward new heights entering year four in Eugene.

READ MORE: Torres' Take: How Mario Cristobal Built a Strong Culture at Oregon

Oregon's Quarterback Outlook for the 2021 Season

Anthony Brown, Jay Butterfield, Ty Thompson, and Robby Ashford have all been impressive in fall camp, and the battle for the starting position may not be settled.

READ MORE: Analysis: Oregon's Quarterback Outlook for the 2021 Season

Dru Mathis

The Ducks veteran linebacker discussed his goals for his final season at Oregon, as well as his future career as a police officer.

READ MORE: Dru Mathis Preparing for Life Beyond Football After 2021

Seven McGee

Oregon freshman running back Seven McGee committed to the program over three years ago and is finally ready to make an impact in a Ducks uniform.

READ MORE: Freshman Focus: Seven McGee

Bradyn Swinson

The Ducks second-year defensive end is stronger and leaner and is impressing the coaching staff in fall camp as he pushes for a starting job.

READ MORE: Bradyn Swinson Continues Turning Heads in Fall Camp

Jeffrey Bassa

Freshman safety Jeffrey Bassa has made the most of his opportunities in fall camp and could see the field early in his first season.

READ MORE: Freshman Focus: Jeffrey Bassa

Top Three Trap Games on the Oregon Football Schedule

If anyone could pull off the upset against the Ducks in 2021, keep an eye on these three matchups.

READ MORE: Top Three Trap Games on the 2021 Oregon Football Schedule

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