HOLLYWOOD -- In the spring, it was said that Oregon would wear fewer colors on its uniforms during the 2017 college football season. Thursday at Pac-12 media days, UO coach Willie Taggart added that the Ducks will also wear fewer combinations of those uniforms this season, too. "You won't see as many combinations," he told reporters Thursday, including the Daily Emerald's Shawn Medow. "Those uniforms are really nice when you have a really good football team. We ain't gonna have 12.
HOLLYWOOD -- One day after the Oregon Ducks were picked to finish fourth in the Pac-12 North division, UO coach Willie Taggart took the podium for a question-and-answer session Thursday morning at Pac-12 media days. Here's what he said:WILLIE TAGGART: "Good morning. First, I'd like to thank Commissioner Scott, and I am so excited to be in this conference, to be back in the Pac-12. Really excited about the season ahead of us. Fired up about our football team.
HOLLYWOOD -- Scott Pagano, the highly sought-after defensive lineman who transferred from national champion Clemson to Oregon this offseason, is recovering well from offseason foot surgery, Oregon coach Willie Taggart said Thursday, yet still could miss UO's season opener. He underwent surgery earlier this summer to repair a fracture near his toe, Taggart said.
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Selecting a term
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