Oregon football coach Mario Cristobal is still working to complete his coaching staff for the 2018 season. The University of Oregon announced earlier this month that Cristobal hired Bobby Williams to be the Ducks special teams coordinator. Williams signed a two-year deal with Oregon and is set to make $300,000 annually. Williams was a four-year letterman at Purdue, where he played in the secondary and served as team captain. He graduated in 1982 with a degree in general management.
Oregon football coach Mario Cristobal is still working to complete his coaching staff for the 2018 season. The University of Oregon announced earlier this month that Cristobal hired Cort Dennison to be the Ducks outside linebackers coach. Dennison signed a two-year deal with Oregon and is set to make $275,000 annually. Dennison played linebacker at Washington where served as captain and was the team's most outstanding defensive player as a senior. He led the Pac-12 with 128 total tackles in 2011.
The Oregon football program hosted several recruits at the Civil War basketball game on Saturday at Matthew Knight Arena. Three of the official visitors are elite wide receivers including 4-star Isaah Crocker (Sacramento, CA), 4-star Tre'Shaun Harrison (Seattle, WA) and five-star Devon Williams (Lancaster, CA). 3-star defensive lineman and Oregon signee Andrew Faoliu (Santa Ana, CA) was also in attendance.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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