Oregon Ducks Football
September 4, 2010 by staff
Oregon Ducks Football, Locksley worked solid to reshape this team for 2010, bringing in a lot of talent and training bases of the offense player. Despite the talent, this will be a season of learning, and many freshmen on board, rise to the top may have to wait another season.
Question marks start at quarterback, where there are five options, none of which excite. The options are reduced as Brad Gruner and Tate Smith still have yet to overcome injuries spring. B.R. Holbrook has experience, but not a true starter. The other options are Tarean Stump Godfrey and Austin that fit the game plan, but they are freshmen. Wait Locksley to take a look and go with the hot hand.
UNM has a strong group of talented riders ready to catch the ball, regardless of passersby. The three main search engines return last season led by Demond Dennis, who led the team in yards with 427. James Wright is able to anchor a brute force attack, if it goes down the passing game falters. Kasey Carrier played five games to finish the season and showed good speed.
The Lobos also have two starters returning to the line with Byron Bell added perspective to the mix.
The first receiver Ty Kirk provides a veteran presence and Freshman All-American tight end Lucas Reed returns.
Three starters return to the defensive line led by Jonathan Rainey, who led the league in tackles for loss with 15.5 and a second team All-MWC selection. The linebacker Carmen Messina led the nation in tackles with 162. Illinois transfer Reggie Ellis brings stability and top recruit Calvin Smith brings a load of talent and promise. CB is set with four experienced players returning, including the holders of last year. Locksley will fight all for a job with one eye on next season.
Oregon Ducks had their own field problems outside, as QB Jeremiah Masoli transferred to Ole Miss’ after suspension. Despite the loss, this remains a potent offense and can leave Masoli hoping to have kept his head on straight. Nate Costa and Darron Thomas will helm the QB position to advance, and while there may be the star Masoli went to Oregon, which need not be.
A strong supporting cast around them, and minimizes the pressure that surrounds what is happening.
Three plays great return to the place of destination, directed by Jeff Maehl who scored six touchdowns on 53 receptions. Tuinei and D.J. Lavasier Davis is more than capable, while freshman Diante Jackson has the tools to challenge the three as the season progresses.
Missing this week’s game due to suspension RB LaMichael James who resigned as an injury replacement and surprised everyone by setting a record for Pac-10 first year with 1546 yards. His 14 touchdowns were an important ingredient in the offense last season. So expect to see some flashy backup stresses Barner Kenjon.
The starting defensive line defensive tackle and senior TE Brandon Bair return Kenny Rowe. Rowe is a little on the smallish size, but it compensates with an unlimited supply of energy. He is a great pass corridor and tackler, who made last 11.5 years. Like Rowe, most of the defense is insufficient but rely on speed to make the play. This track provides depth, as any player can play anywhere. Not many teams can say that. Eddie Pleasant is a good example. One of the most important team linebackers last season will fill the security vacuum in 2010. Despite the switch, the group remains strong linebacker, led by senior Casey Matthews and Spencer Paysinger. John Boyett accumulated 90 tackles last season and will join Pleasant.
Songs of Matt Prediction: Oregon -55 – To put your money to anyone, but it would be madness Oregon. New Mexico will need time to find team chemistry, and still have a hard time against all the tools of Oregon property. ” While agreeing with the talent, experience is not. Sit back watch the ducks in the win column after this game, and throughout the season.
The New Mexico Lobos face off against the Oregon Ducks in Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon on Saturday, September 4, 2010. The party is 3:30 pm ET. This match up is sure to be one of the most interesting during Week 1 of the season and college football odds show the Ducks -35 over New Mexico with a total of 55 points overall. If you are going to bet on this game, then make sure you do BetUS where our readers can make up to 500 bonus on their initial deposits.
The New Mexico Lobos are coming off a difficult 2009 by all measures. First-year coach Mike Locksley led the team to a 1-11 record, including 1-7 in the conference. It was not all his fault, though, as the injury bug bit, and issues minefield outside the focus teams.
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