Oregon Ducks football stories in the SI Vault
A Lovely Season For DucksBy SI Staff, November 25, 1957While their neighbors to the south, UCLA and USC, have been mired by ineligibility penalties for over-enthusiastic subsidizing, Oregon has assembled its first outstanding football team in more years than most West Coast fans can remember.
Duck, It's The Quack Attack! By Jaime Diaz, October 8, 1984Unheralded Oregon is now 4-0, but from here on in it's all tough paddling
King Of FlingBy Kelly King, January 7, 2002In his final game Joey Harrington lived up to all the hype, but even a Fiesta Bowl rout by Oregon left the Ducks at No. 2
Make Way For DucksBy Austin Murphy, September 29, 2003Wild uniforms, space-age lockers and a stunning win over Michigan: Already the coolest team in college football, Oregon has proved it belongs among the elite
Duck Season By Austin Murphy, November 5, 2007Move over, USC. The team to beat in the Pac-10 is Oregon, which employed its spread offense and the dynamic duo of Dennis Dixon and Jonathan Stewart to vanquish the Trojans