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The bar has been set high at the University of Oregon. The Ducks 9-4 record last season after coming off of a BCS title game is unacceptable.
Head Coach Mark Helfrich understands the lofty expectations in Eugene, Oregon. Fancy uniforms and a “NIKE” connection attract some of the best prep talents from coast to coast.
The Ducks are in unfamiliar territory in the preseason ranking behind Stanford and Oregon. However, the Oregon Football program is still the bar in the PAC-Twelve North Division.
The Ducks will host both Stanford and Washington at Autzen Stadium this season. Who will take over for quarterback Vernon Adams and will the defense flourish in a new system.
There is plenty of talent to work with for the coaching staff.
The success of the Oregon Ducks offense will again depend on an FCS transfer. Like Adam’s last season (Eastern Washington) Former Montana State quarterback, Dakota Prukop will be under center this year.
There are also two younger players getting reps as the signal callers. All-American running back Royce Freeman is the best player on the Oregon offense.
The Imperial, California native is on the same level as Christian McCaffrey (Stanford), Leonard Fournette (LSU), and Dalvin Cook (Florida State. Prukup will have speedy wideouts to throw the football, led by two-way player Charles Nelson and, Darren Carrington.
Bralon Addison is now in the NFL, but Pharaoh Brown knows how to stretch the field from his tight end position. The Oregon Ducks have talent on the offensive line led by senior Cameron Hunt.
University of Dayton transfer, Zac Morgan of Dayton, will compete for a starting tackle position. As usual, the Oregon offense ranked among the best in the land in nearly every category. Can the keep the machine rolling?
The 2016-17 Oregon Ducks defense will be led by former Michigan head coach Brady Hoke. The new 4-3 style replaces a system which was vulnerable to big plays.
Gone are “STUDS” Arik Armstead and DeForest Buckner but end T.J. Daniel is following in their footsteps.
Junior Henry Mondeaux is relentless with a motor which seems never to stop. The linebackers have been one of the concerns the past few seasons.
Don Pellum is now the full-time coach at the position; the one-time defensive coordinator is back in his comfort zone. Junior College transfers A.J. Hotchkins, and Jonah Moi will anchor the unit.
The Oregon Ducks secondary return intact; Charles Nelson will hold down one cornerback position.
Arrion Springs will be on the opposite side of Nelson, who will play on both offense and defense.
Bovada.Lv list the Oregon Ducks as +500 to win the 2016-17 PAC Twelve Title.
Free Betting Odds Prediction: The 2016-17 Oregon Ducks will finish the regular season with a 10-2 record.
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