2014 Oregon Ducks Football Road Schedule
The Oregon Ducks football team is routinely one of the best programs in
all of the NCAA ranks, as they've put together a reputation of excellence that is nearly unmatched around the entire country.
In 2013, the Ducks put together the best overall record out of any team in the PAC-12, boasting a 7-2 conference record to
go along with an 11-2 in total as the Ducks once again were one of the very best teams the sport. With the Ducks adding some
important new players to the puzzle, the Ducks and their fans are optimistic they can do even better this season as they look
to once again pile up the wins in one of the toughest conference in the game. At home, you can definitely bet that Autzen
Stadium will be absolutely loaded with great fans that come out to show their support, but it's definitely not just about
the home games. On the road is the best way to see just how strong the Ducks' fan base truly is, as this is a team that has
fans that always know how to travel with the team to provide some support away from home. Away against teams like Washington
State, Utah, Cal, UCLA and Oregon State, the Ducks will have some serious challenges on the road this season, but that's just
part of the fun playing in an elite conference like the PAC-12. With the Ducks taking aim at the top of the conference once
again this season, it simply doesn't get any better than this.
Oregon Ducks Football Team Info
Ducks football program stretches back generations, and each season is another chapter to add to the long and storied history
of football at the University of Oregon. The Oregon Ducks have appeared in many top college football bowl games over the years
including the Rose Bowl, Sun Bowl, Holiday Bowl, Fiesta Bowl and many others. Playing in the North Division of the Pac-12
along with Oregon State, Washington, Washington State, California and Stanford, there are all kinds of great rivalries that
have been built up over the years, which always makes it a good time to be an Oregon Ducks' backer. Thanks to a team that
has some superstar-level talent and an overall program that knows all about winning, this is a team that you always have to
keep your eye on.
NCAA Football Experience
Fans of the Oregon Ducks are treated to a historic experience
whenever they catch a home game atAutzen Stadium, a state-of-the-art stadium with a capacity of more than 58,000 fans for
the top matchups of the season. Though it's not one of the biggest stadiums in the country, the atmosphere remains one of
the most fun and raucous in all of college football, which is something you'll understand if you see the Ducks in action the
way they were meant to be seen. But no matter how incredible Autzen Stadium is, every fan needs to see the Ducks on the road
sooner or later, as there is nothing like being there when the Ducks put together a huge drive that silences the home crowd.
Oregon Ducks Football History
The Oregon Ducks have been around since 1894, which has turned out to be more than
enough time for them to build themselves into a powerhouse that typically is in the title conversation. Overall, the Ducks
have won 11 different conference titles and finished atop their division each year from 2011 through 2013, giving them a long
history of success that the current team continues to build upon from one year to the next. Overall the Ducks have put together
more than 600 overall wins and have developed some major stars who have gone on to have an impact on the next level as well,
giving them a reputation for having a team that is never lacking in explosive playmakers.
Oregon Ducks Football
Did you know that Dan Fouts threw for more than 4,700 yards in back-to-back seasons in the NFL for the San Diego
Chargers? Oregon fans knew that they were watching something special when Fouts was a Duck, though he took his game to a completely
different level when he was drafted by the San Diego Chargers. In a league that was not the passing league that it is today,
Fouts threw for 4,082 yards in 1979 and then elevated his game even more in 1981, throwing for 4,715 yards that year and dicing
up defenses to the tune of 4,802 in 1982.
Oregon Ducks Football Fans
The competition is always tough in
this conference, but with fan support on the road the Ducks should be able to prevail. Take a look at this season's away game
schedule and see a steady stream of amazing matchups that are guaranteed to energize the fan base, as this isn't a group of
fans that is content with watching the Ducks when they're in Eugene. When they're in the middle of a huge game on the road,
you can count on there being plenty of Ducks' fans in the stands to cheer them at every turn, helping to make the road experience
one that every fan needs to make happen sooner or later.