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2018 Schedule
7-6, 4th in Pac 12 - North
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1mChris Low

Ranking CFB's easiest nonconference schedules

Three Big Ten teams and three SEC teams -- including Alabama and Georgia -- are in the top 10 when it comes to cupcakes, but Oregon is No. 1.

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21dBilly Tucker

Scout's Take: No. 28 overall Mykael Wright

Oregon was secured a verbal commitment from the nation's No. 1 cornerback, Mykael Wright, the latest in what is shaping up to be a brilliant class.

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Ducks dismiss LB Leiato following 2nd arrest

Oregon senior linebacker Fotu Leiato, who had three sacks in the Ducks' spring game, has been dismissed from the team following a second arrest.

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34dAlex Scarborough

Former Alabama OL Warmack transfers to Oregon

Former Alabama offensive lineman Dallas Warmack is heading to Oregon as a graduate transfer, where he will reunite with first-year Ducks head coach Mario Cristobal.

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Checking in on first-year head coaches

Now that they have made it through their first spring practice season, here's what we know and don't know about programs breaking in new head coaches.

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53dAdam Rittenberg

Oregon adds Wake graduate transfer WR Hines

Former Wake Forest wide receiver Tabari Hines will join Oregon as a graduate transfer for the 2018 season, he announced Monday.

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122dAdam Rittenberg

QB Future Power Rankings: Georgia leads the way

Which teams are primed for success over the next three seasons at the game's most important position? A true freshman led Georgia to the title game, and the Bulldogs have the nation's top 2018 recruit on campus, but Clemson and Alabama aren't far behind.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 300 offensive lineman Penei Sewell, the No. 129 player overall, has committed to Oregon.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 300 wide receiver Jaylen Waddle has committed to Alabama. Waddle, the No. 77 ranked prospect, chose the Tide over Texas A&M, FSU and TCU among others.

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143dTom Luginbill

Scout's Take: WR Isaah Crocker to Oregon

The latest addition to the Ducks' 2018 class brings versatility and the ability to create after the catch to an impressive group of receivers.

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143dTom VanHaaren

New coaches face annual recruiting challenges

The uncertainty that surrounds a coaching change often leads to trouble on the recruiting trail, but a few new coaches have risen to the challenge.

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147dCraig Haubert

Scout's Take: WR Jalen Hall to Oregon

In four-star prospect Jalen Hall, Oregon is getting the tall, athletic pass-catcher it desired for its 2018 recruiting class.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 300 wide receiver Jalen Hall committed to Oregon on Friday. Hall, the No. 66 overall prospect in the 2018 class, is out of California, and gives the Ducks nine ESPN 300 commitments in the class. That number includes five committed that are within the top 150 of the rankings.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

A source confirmed Louisville linebacker coach Cort Dennison is joining Oregon's staff to coach outside linebackers. Dennison will also have a role in recruiting as he was recruiting coordinator at Louisville.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

The CFP has extended the term of selection committee member Rob Mullens for one year (until February 2020), in anticipation that he serve a two-year term as the committee chair. Mullens, the athletic director at Oregon, was appointed the new committee chair on Wednesday in place of outgoing member Kirby Hocutt, whose term has expired. “The chairs are appointed one year at a time,” CFP executive director Bill Hancock said. “Of course, both Jeff Long and Kirby Hocutt were reappointed after their first year. Rob's term has indeed been extended by a year. He will be a terrific chair.”

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Bears hire Helfrich as offensive coordinator

Mark Helfrich, who went 37-16 as head coach of the Oregon Ducks before he was fired after the 2016 season, will be Matt Nagy's offensive coordinator with the Bears, a source told ESPN.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska coach Scott Frost, who's in Houston on Wednesday as a finalist for the Bear Bryant Coach of the Year Award based on his run at UCF, was asked about Alabama coach Nick Saban's decision to bench Jalen Hurts for Tua Tagovailoa in the national title game. "It was a decision I don't know I would have been courageous enough to make. That's the answer you want to hear. The other answer is that he was pretty obviously better and they had 12 games to figure that out and didn't. Coach Saban is above criticism with everything he's accomplished, so I don't mean it that way, but I recruited Tua out of high school and knew what he could do and it doesn't surprise me that he did what he did. Jalen's a great player, too. That was a very bold and courageous move and I'm surprised it didn't happen earlier [in the season]." Frost's recruitment of Tagovailoa dates back to his time as an Oregon assistant.

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