Meet me on Thames Street, I'll take you out though I'm hardly worth your time; In the cold you look so fierce, but I'm warm enough, because the tension's like a fire. The Wildcats are getting a boost on the defensive line.
about 1669 days ago | Kevin Gemmell | Oregon Ducks
Last week, Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay updated their top-10 lists at each position for the upcoming NFL draft. Here's a look at how the Pac-12 offensive players stack up: Quarterback Marcus Mariota might have been taken No.
about 1720 days ago | Kyle Bonagura | Oregon Ducks
Before Washington State safety Deone Bucannon made his way to Indianapolis for the NFL combine, he said he wanted to be a first-round pick. While the first round still seems like a bit of a reach, Bucannon certainly helped his cause Tuesday with an impressive display of athleticism across the board.
about 1754 days ago | Kyle Bonagura | Oregon Ducks
Earlier this morning, we took a look at who might replace the guys who jumped to the NFL in the South Division. Here's a look at the North. Leaving: Brendan Bigelow, RB, Cal The replacement: Khalfani Muhammad and Daniel Lasco are both coming back, so there is at least some experience at the position.
about 1787 days ago | Kevin Gemmell | Oregon Ducks
While a number of big-name players opted to stick around for another year of Pac-12, most notably Oregon QB Marcus Mariota, UCLA QB Brett Hundley and Oregon State QB Sean Mannion, the conference was hit hard by early defections.
While the return of UCLA QB Brett Hundley for his redshirt junior season was the weekend's big news, an early-entry to the NFL draft talent drain is hitting the Pac-12 hard. While a number of big-name players have not yet formally announced their intensions -- such as Arizona RB Ka'Deem Carey, Stanford OG David Yankey, Oregon CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Arizona State LB Carl Bradford and Oregon State QB Sean Mannion -- already 17 players have announced they will give up their remaining eligibility to turn professional.