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Welcome to your official 2010 Oregon National Championship Bowl Guide and 2010 season review provided by the Oregon Sports Network and IMG College. Coach Chip Kelly lead the Oregon Ducks to the BCS National Championship Game for the first time in history and we would like to offer fans the opportunity to remember the occasion. Here you will find an interactive magazine that features information about the event, rosters from both teams, and recaps from the first game through the Civil War. Click on links throughout to navigate to feature stories and sound bytes. DOUBLE-Click the speaker on any page for exclusive content, only available here.

Kick-off for the game is set for 5:30 PM PST on Monday January 10th, 2011. The Ducks and the Tigers come into the game undefeated having never played against one another. Auburn won the SEC West highlighted by a come-back win on the road at Alabama. Oregon, back-toback PAC-10 Champs come in scoring more than 49 pts. per game and winning only one game by fewer than 11 points. Both teams feature dynamic quarterbacks and explosive offenses, but the country is waiting to see what the difference will be and who will emerge as the Nations’ best college football team.


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2010 Individual Awards & Honors MARK ASPER •Pac-10 All-Academic HM BRANDON BAIR •2nd Team All-Pac-10 (Pac-10 Coaches, Phil Steele, Rivals.com, Scout.com) •Team Outstanding D-Lineman (Schaffeld Award) KENJON BARNER •Pac-10 Player of the Week (Offense) (New Mexico) •CFPA Performer of the Week (PR) (Tennessee) •Paul Hornung Performance of the Week (New Mexico, Tennessee) ROB BEARD •4th Team All-Pac-10 (Phil Steele) JOHN BOYETT •2nd Team All-America (SI.com) •All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention (Pac-10 Coaches) •1st Team All-Pac-10 (Scout.com) •2nd Team All-Pac-10 (Phil Steele Publications) ZAC CLARK •All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention (Pac-10 Coaches) •Team Most Improved Player (Clarke Award) MICHAEL CLAY •Pac-10 All-Academic HM NICK CODY •Pac-10 All-Academic HM NATE COSTA •Pac-10 All-Academic HM •Team Most Inspirational Player Award D.J. DAVIS •All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention (Pac-10 Coaches) •Todd Doxey Award (Team Honor) CHAD DELANEY •Special Teams Scout Team Award DANE EBANEZ •Offensive Scout Team Award RAMSEN GOLPASHIN •2nd Team Pac-10 All-Academic CLIFF HARRIS •1st Team All-America (FWAA, Scout.com, SI.com Sporting News) •1st Team All-Pac-10 (PR) (Pac-10 Coaches, Phil Steele, Rivals.com, Scout.com) •1st Team All-Pac-10 (CB) (Phil Steele, Scout.com) •2nd Team All-Pac-10 (CB) (Pac-10 Coaches, Rivals.com) •Pac-10 Player of the Week (Defense) (Stanford)

•Pac-10 Player of the Week (Special Teams) (New Mexico, California) •CFPA Performer of the Week (PR) (New Mexico, Washington State, California) TAYLOR HART •Pac-10 All-Academic HM JORDAN HOLMES •1st Team All-America (SI.com) •2nd Team All-America (Scout.com) •1st Team All-Pac 10 (Pac-10 Coaches) •2nd Team Pac-10 All-Academic •Team Senior Academic (Sahlstrom Award) JUSTIN HOFFMAN •2nd Team Pac-10 All-Academic JOSH HUFF •Team First-Year Player of the Year (Casanova) LaMICHAEL JAMES •Doak Walker Award (Nation’s Top RB) •Heisman Trophy Finalist •1st Team All-America (AFCA, AP, FWAA, Sporting News, Walter Camp, Scout.com, SI.com) •1st Team All-Pac 10 (Pac-10 Coaches, Phil Steele, Rivals.com, Scout.com) •1st Team Pac-10 All-Academic •Walter Camp National Player of the Week (Stanford) •Pac-10 Player of the Week (Offense) (Stanford) •CFPA Performer of the Week (RB) (Portland State, Stanford) •Team’s Most Outstanding Player (Skeie’s Award) TALMADGE JACKSON III •1st Team All-Pac 10 (Pac-10 Coaches, Rivals.com) C.E. KAISER •4th Team All-Pac-10 (Phil Steele) •Team Physical Adversity Honor (Officer Award) CHIP KELLY •Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year (FWAA) •National Coach of the Year (Sporting News) •Pac-10 Coach of the Year (Pac-10 Coaches, Rivals.com, Sporting News) BRYSON LITTLEJOHN •2nd Team All-Pac-10 (Pac-10 Coaches) •Team Outstanding Special Teams (Wilson Award) JEFF MAEHL •Honorable Mention All-America (SI.com) •1st Team All-Pac-10 (Pac-10 Coaches, Phil Steele, Rivals.com, Scout.com) •Pac-10 Player of the Week (Offense) (USC)

•Team Impact Player (Cargill Award) CASEY MATTHEWS •2nd Team All-America (Scout.com) •1st Team All-Pac 10 (Pac-10 Coaches, Rivals.com, Scout.com) •2nd Team All-Pac-10 (Phil Steele) •Team’s Most Outstanding Player (Skeie’s Award) JEFF PALMER •Pac-10 All-Academic HM DAVID PAULSON •Honorable Mention All-America (SI.com) •1st Team All-Pac 10 (Pac-10 Coaches, Scout.com) •2nd Team All-Pac 10 (Phil Steele) •1st Team Pac-10 All-Academic •CFPA Performer of the Week (TE) (UCLA) SPENCER PAYSINGER •All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention (Pac-10 Coaches) •Todd Doxey Award (Team Honor) JACKSON RICE •Pac-10 Player of the Week (Special Teams) (Tennessee) KENNY ROWE •1st Team All-Pac-10 (Scout.com) •2nd Team All-Pac-10 (Pac-10 Coaches, Phil Steele, Rivals.com) DARRON THOMAS •2nd Team All-Pac-10 (Pac-10 Coaches, Phil Steele, Rivals.com, Scout.com) •Team’s Most Outstanding Player (Skeie’s Award) BLAKE THOMPSON •Defensive Scout Team Award BO THRAN •1st Team All-Pac-10 (Rivals.com, Scout.com) •2nd Team All-Pac-10 (Pac-10 Coaches)

•Team Outstanding O-Lineman (Moshofsky Award) •Team “Pancake Club” Award

TERRELL TURNER •Team Most Improved Player (Clarke Award) CARSON YORK •1st Team All-Pac-10 (Phil Steele, Scout.com) •2nd Team All-Pac-10 (Rivals.com) •1st Team Pac-10 All-Academic


Head Coach Chip Kelly In his first season as Head Coach, Chip Kelly led the Ducks to their

first outright PAC-10 Conference Title and a trip to the Rose Bowl for the first time since 1995. In only his second season, Kelly has done what no Oregon team has ever accomplished; finish a regular season undefeated and lead his team to a National Championship Game. Repeating his motto from the first day of spring practice, “Win The Day” Kelly and his team have not wavered, and executed every game as the biggest of the year. The focus and determination of this Duck team became obvious as the year progressed. Opponent after opponent took shots at the PAC leader, but this steadfast teacher never panicked, never strayed from his gameplan, and never gave up. Before the final drive at Strawberry Canyon in Berekely, Kelly gathered his team and told them the drive they were about to complete would be one they told their children about. In what would be a defining moment of the regular season, Kelly’s Offense would march down the field for more than nine minutes to seal what was the closest margin of victory in his career as head coach.

Kelly’s Resume • 2010 Walter Camp Coach of the Year

• Back-to-back PAC-10 Titles

• 2010 AP Coach of the Year

• 1st PAC-10 Coach to lead his team to consecutive conference titles in first two seasons as head coach

• 2010 Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year • 2010 National Coach of the Year (Sporting News)

• First Oregon coach to lead his team to back-toback BCS Bowls

• 2010 Paul “Bear” Bryant Award Finalist

• 22-3 Overall head coaching record at Oregon

• 2010 Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Finalist

• Achieved first ever #1 ranking for an Oregon Ducks Football team

• Back-to-back PAC-10 Coach of the Year


2010 OREGON FOOTBALL SCHEDULE & RESULTS Date Sep. 4 Sep. 11 Sep. 18 Sep. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 21 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 26 Dec. 4

Opponent New Mexico Tennessee Portland State Arizona State Stanford Washington State UCLA USC Washington California Arizona Oregon State

Location Eugene, OR Knoxville, TN Eugene, OR Tempe, AZ Eugene, OR Pullman, WA Eugene, OR Los Angeles, CA Eugene, OR Berkeley, CA Eugene, OR Corvallis, OR

Result W 72-0 W 48-13 W 69-0 W 42-31 W 52-31 W 43-23 W 60-13 W 53-32 W 53-16 W 15-13 W 48-29 W 37-20


September 4, 2010

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - Kenjon Barner replaced the suspended running back for the 11th-ranked Ducks and ran for a career-high 147-yards and four touchdowns before catching another score as Oregon opened the season with a 72-0 rout of New Mexico on Saturday.

Running Back Kenjon Barner

Oregon’s point total tied the Autzen Stadium record the Ducks set in 1999 against Nevada. The most points Oregon has ever scored is 115, against Puget Sound back in 1910. Quarterback Darron Thomas, making his debut as the Oregon starter, completed 13 of 23 passes for 220 yards and two touchdowns.

September 11, 2010

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Click Here For Full Story KNOXVILLE, Tenn (AP) - When Tennessee started slowing down, LaMichael James and his Oregon teammates picked up the pace. James ran for 134-yards, including a 72-yard touchdown, in his first game back after a onegame suspension, and No. 7 Oregon scored 45 consecutive points to beat Tennessee 48-13 on Saturday night. The Pac-10’s leading returning rusher had only 27-yards at halftime after being targeted by the Volunteers’ defense for the entire first half. He rushed for 25-yards on five carries in the Oregon’s first second-half drive and then broke several tackles on the 72-yard touchdown run on the first play of the subsequent drive for the Ducks (2-0). Tennessee (1-1) went up 13-3 in the first half after an hour-long delay for lightning but fell apart after James’ long run.

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September 18, 2010

September 25, 2010

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- LaMichael James was disappointed. Even with a career-high 227-yards on 14 carries with two touchdowns in No. 5 Oregon’s easy 69-0 defeat of Portland State, James thought his play lacked something. In fact, he dramatically - OK, maybe overly so - called it ``the worst game I’ve ever played in my life.’’

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- The air let out of its pounding running game, No. 5 Oregon switched gears to a big-play passing offense.

Maybe it was because he wasn’t challenged from the start, when he ran untouched for 66-yards into the end zone. James went on to help Oregon amass 528-yards on the ground, surpassing the school record 465 set at Washington in 2007. It was James’ first game with more than 200-yards, and he did it all before halftime. The Ducks (3-0) sat most of their starters after the first half to give the reserves some work before Oregon visits Arizona State to open Pac-10 play next weekend.

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That shrink-the-field defense? No adjustment needed there. Darron Thomas threw for 260-yards and two scores, and Oregon forced seven turnovers to pull away in the second half for a 42-31 win over Arizona State Saturday night in the Pac-10 opener for both teams. Arizona State (2-2) held the nation’s secondleading rushing team to 145-yards - 235 below its average - and used its up-tempo offense to build a 10-point lead late in a first half. Oregon (4-0) rallied behind Thomas’ arm, scoring two touchdowns in the final 2:21 and blowing it open with two more scores in the third quarter.

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October 2, 2010

October 9, 2010

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- Swarmed by fans after he led No. 4 Oregon to victory over No. 9 Stanford, Darron Thomas surveyed the chaotic scene and quietly smiled.

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) -- Every time LaMichael James took the ball, he wasn’t thinking of the end zone he so often visits.

Thomas contributed in a big way by throwing for 238 yards and three touchdowns, and running for 117 yards and another score in Oregon’s come-from-behind 52-31 win. His calm in the storm of the postgame celebration was typical of the sophomore quarterback, who never seems to get rattled. ``Coach just preached finishing,’’ he said. ``So we came out and finished.’’

He was thinking of his Oregon teammate Kenjon Barner and the sight of Barner being taken off the field in an ambulance. ``Every play I did, Kenjon was in my mind,’’ James said. James scored three touchdowns, including an 84-yard scoring reception, and No. 3 Oregon shook Washington State in the second half for a 43-23 win on Saturday.

The Ducks (5-0, 2-0 Pac-10) fell behind 21-3 in the first quarter of the frenzied game, but forced two crucial turnovers and held the Cardinal scoreless in the second half. LaMichael James ran for a career-high 257-yards and three touchdowns.

But this wasn’t the blowout most expected. And whether it was the lingering image of Barner being taken to the hospital following a scary collision or the improvement of Washington State, the Ducks made just enough plays to hold off the pesky Cougars.

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October 21, 2010

October 30, 2010

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- None of the top-ranked Oregon Ducks were congratulating themselves after dismantling UCLA, so Bruins coach Rick Neuheisel did it for them.

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Southern California really thought it had figured out how to stop Oregon’s high-octane offense when the Trojans took a third-quarter lead on the nation’s top-ranked team.

``That was impressive,’’ Neuheisel said. ``I’ll leave it at that. That was impressive.’’ Oregon, celebrating it’s first outing ever at No. 1, beat the Bruins 60-13 on Thursday night. Darron Thomas threw for a career-high 308-yards and three touchdowns and Oregon stopped a run of losses for top-ranked teams. Alabama lost to South Carolina two weekends ago and Ohio State lost at Wisconsin last week. LaMichael James, the nation’s top rusher, finished with 123-yards and two TDs on the ground for Oregon (7-0, 4-0) after spending part of the first quarter on the sideline with an apparent injury. Reserve Remene Alston ran for three scores.

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Turns out the Ducks were only pausing on the way to another convincing win. LaMichael James rushed for 239-yards and three touchdowns, Darron Thomas threw three of his four scoring passes to Jeff Maehl and No. 1 Oregon roared back from a second-half deficit with a 53-32 victory over the 24th-ranked Trojans on Saturday night. Thomas passed for 288-yards and Maehl had eight catches for a career-high 145-yards for the fleet-footed Ducks (8-0, 4-0 Pac-10), who racked up 599 total yards in yet another barnburning offensive performance. Oregon still trailed in the third quarter for just the second time all season after USC scored two touchdowns in 2 1/2 minutes to take a 32-29 lead.

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November 6, 2010

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- Running back LaMichael James felt it, and so did the rest of the topranked Ducks. There was something inexplicably amiss at the start of Oregon’s 53-16 victory over northwest rival Washington on Saturday. Something completely out of character for the nation’s most prolific offense. ``I don’t know, it was something. We weren’t really playing up to standards the first two quarters,’’ said James. ``Our tempo wasn’t good, I was having some mishaps and other players were having some mishaps. Sometimes you’re going to have those games.’’ The Ducks (9-0, 6-0 Pac-10) were held scoreless in the first quarter for the first time this season. Their first points came on a 29-yard field goal early in the second quarter.

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November 13, 2010

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) -- Oregon’s sturdy defense loved the chance to demonstrate that the Ducks’ offense isn’t the only star of this show. Jeff Maehl caught a 29-yard pass for the Ducks’ only offensive touchdown, and No. 1 Oregon caught a huge break on an illegal motion penalty against California’s kicker during a 15-13 victory on Saturday night, keeping the Ducks on course for the BCS title game. Cliff Harris returned a punt 64-yards for the only touchdown in the first half for the Ducks (10-0, 7-0 Pac-10), who undeniably wobbled on the road to a shot at the national championship. Oregon’s offense managed a season-low 317-yards and went scoreless in two quarters - yet the defense largely shut down Cal after its opening drive.

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November 26, 2010

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Now the Ducks can have their turkey. Oregon coach Chip Kelly said earlier this week he didn’t want his top-ranked team to partake in the traditional Thanksgiving meal because it might make them lethargic against No. 20 Arizona. The Ducks were anything but sedentary on Friday night with a 48-29 victory over the Wildcats. Oregon earned at least a share of its second-straight Pac-10 title and stayed on course for a trip to the BCS national championship game. Darron Thomas passed for 148 yards and three scores and ran for another, while running back LaMichael James ran for 126 yards and two scores for the Ducks (11-0, 8-0), who trailed 19-14 at halftime.

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December 4, 2010

CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) -- Along with all that flash and dash and those snazzy uniforms, No. 1 Oregon will bring a hefty dose of good oldfashioned grit to the BCS national title game. Heisman Trophy contender LaMichael James, Kenjon Barner and the fast-paced Ducks negotiated the last speed bump on the way to Glendale, Ariz., grinding out a 37-20 victory against Oregon State in the Civil War on Saturday. James ran for 134 yards and two touchdowns while Barner had 133 yards and scored twice for the Ducks (12-0, 9-0 Pac-10), who used some stiff defense in the red zone and three interceptions to fend off their feisty rivals. Not until the fourth quarter did Oregon finally shake free. Barner’s 23-yard touchdown run with 12:16 made it 30-13 and James popped through the middle for a 10-yard score with 4:27 left to seal it.

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2010 OREGON FOOTBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER

ALPHABETICAL No. Name

Pos.

98 Steve Adams

DT

5 Remene Alston Jr.

RB

93 Anthony Anderson

DE

78 Karrington Armstrong

OL

79 Mark Asper

OL

51 Isaac Ava

LB

88 Brandon Bair

DT

24 Kenjon Barner

RB

31 Kenny Bassett

RB

93 Rob Beard

PK

3 Bryan Bennett

QB

71 Everett Benyard III

OL

37 Anthony Blake

RB

20 John Boyett

FS

75 Jamaal Burrell

OL

92 Ben Butterfield 8 Brian Butterfield

WR ROV

9 Blake Cantu

WR

60 Ryan Clanton

OL

99 Zac Clark

DT

46 Michael Clay

LB

61 Nick Cody

OL

30 Nick Cole

WR

7 Nate Costa

QB

4 Erick Dargan 10 Drew Davis 3 Marcus Davis

S WR S

84 Chad Delaney

WR

19 Eric Dungy

WR

64 Max Forer

C

57 Trevor Fox

OL

38 Mike Garrity

LB

18 Anthony Gildon

CB

70 Ramsen Golpashin

OL

28 Scott Grady

CB

52 Hroniss Grasu

OL

63 Mana Greig

OL

60 Ryan Hagen

DT

14 Dustin Haines

QB

44 Brandon Hanna

LB

13 Cliff Harris

CB

66 Taylor Hart

DT

16 Daryle Hawkins

QB

90 Ricky Heimuli

DT

81 Justin Hoffman

WR

54 Jordan Holmes

C

50 Drew Howell 4 Josh Huff

LS WR

33 Tyrell Irvin

DE

12 Brian Jackson

DB

37 Talmadge Jackson III

CB

21 LaMichael James

RB

1 Marvin Johnson

S

No. 1 1 2 2 3

Name Johnson, Marvin Thomas, Darron Hill, Troy Williams, Dontae Bennett, Bryan

Pos. ROV QB CB RB QB

Cl.-Exp. Sr.-3L* So.-1L* Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS

Hometown (Last School/HS) Compton, CA (Dominguez) Houston, TX (Aldine) Ventura, CA (St. Boneventure) Houston, TX (Aldine) Encino, CA (Crespi)

Dargan, Erick Huff, Josh Alston Jr., Remene Lowe, Keanon Mathis, Dior

S 5-11 206 7/28/92 WR 5-11 201 10/14/91 RB 5-8 200 10/3/87 WR 5-9 173 3/21/92 CB 5-9 180 3/1/92

Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Sr.-3L* Fr.-HS Fr.-HS

Pittsburg, CA (Pittsburg) Houston, TX (Nimitz) Greensboro, NC (Page) Portland, OR (Jesuit) Detroit, MI (Cass Tech)

7 7 8 9 10

Costa, Nate Peppars, Chad Butterfield, Brian Cantu, Blake Davis, Drew

QB ROV ROV WR WR

6-1 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-1

210 189 183 193 205

5/15/88 8/28/88 7/17/88 8/1/89 1/4/89

Sr.-1L* Sr.-1L* Sr.-2L* Fr.-RS* Sr.-3L

Hilmar, CA (Hilmar) Los Angeles, CA (Loyola) Sherwood, OR (Sherwood) Southlake, TX (Carroll) Denver, CO (Montbello)

11 12 13 14 14

Pleasant, Eddie Jackson, Brian Harris, Cliff Haines, Dustin Lewis, Javes

S DB CB QB ROV

5-11 5-10 5-11 6-3 6-1

213 192 180 200 190

12/17/88 11/15/90 12/12/90 6/12/91 12/11/88

Jr.-2L* Fr.-RS* So.-1L Fr.-RS* Jr.-2L*

La Palma, CA (Kennedy) Hoover, AL (Hoover) Fresno, CA (Edison) Eugene, OR (South Eugene) Tustin, CA (Tustin)

15 16 17 18 19

Seastrunk, Lache Hawkins, Daryle Scales, James Gildon, Anthony Dungy, Eric

RB 5-9 188 7/29/91 QB 6-4 192 12/28/90 DB 5-10 190 5/5/92 CB 6-1 185 12/21/88 WR 6-1 177 1/12/92

Fr.-HS Fr.-RS* Fr.-HS Jr.-1L* Fr.-HS

Temple, TX (Temple) Omaha, NE (Omaha Central) Greensboro, NC (Northern Guilford) Simi Valley, CA (Oaks Christian) Tampa, FL (Plant)

20 21 22 23 24

Boyett, John James, LaMichael Malone Jr., Derrick Maehl, Jeff Barner, Kenjon

FS RB S/LB WR RB

198 12/20/89 185 10/22/89 199 6/4/92 184 1/16/89 180 4/28/89

So.-1L* So.-1L* Fr.-HS Sr.-3L So.-1L*

Napa, CA (Napa) Texarkana, TX (Liberty-Eylau) Colton, CA (Colton) Paradise, CA (Paradise) Riverside, CA (Notre Dame)

25 26 27 28 30

Lokombo, Boseko Lewis, Malachi Mitchell, Terrance Grady, Scott Cole, Nick

LB 6-3 223 10/15/90 TE 6-4 216 7/26/89 DB 6-0 183 5/17/92 CB 5-11 180 11/4/89 WR 6-3 195 6/11/91

Fr.-RS* Sr.-3L Fr.-HS So.-1L* Fr.-RS*

Abbotsford, B.C. (W.J. Mouat Secondary) Oxnard, CA (Rio Mesa) Sacramento, CA (Luther Burbank) Tigard, OR (Tigard) Concord, CA (Clayton Valley)

31 31 32 32 33

Bassett, Kenny Patterson, Avery Maffie, J.R. Reed, Andres Forde, Ayele

RB CB DB RB RB

5-9 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-7

175 10/30/92 180 3/21/91 197 1/24/91 218 1/27/85 175 7/28/92

Fr.-HS Fr.-RS* Fr.-RS* Sr.-JC* Fr.-HS

Beverly Hills, CA (Beverly Hills) Pittsburg, CA (Pittsburg) Diamond Bar, CA (Bishop Amat) Medford, OR (Coll. of Siskiyous/S. Medford) Victorville, CA (Silverado)

33 35 36 37 38

Irvin, Tyrell Paysinger, Spencer Wallace, Will Jackson III, Talmadge Doman, Sam

DE LB CB CB TE

6-1 6-3 5-10 5-10 6-4

231 231 189 188 234

1/1/88 6/28/88 11/8/88 3/19/89 5/5/85

Sr.-1L* Sr.-3L* Jr.-SQ* Sr.-3L Sr.-SQ*

Denver, CO (Mount San Antonio/Aurora) Los Angeles, CA (Beverly Hills) West Covina, CA (West Covina) Murrieta, CA (Chaparral) Canby, OR (BYU/Canby)

38 40 41 41 42

Garrity, Mike Thompson, Blake Maldonado, Alejandro Stanton, Blake Paulson, David

LB 6-1 221 LB 5-11 230 K/P 5-10 198 WR 5-11 216 TE 6-4 241

4/15/91 5/20/89 8/12/91 2/22/92 2/22/89

Fr.-HS Jr.-SQ* Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-1L*

San Carlos, CA (Archbishop Riordan) Cottage Grove, OR (Cottage Grove) Colton, CA (Colton) Los Angeles, CA (Crespi) Auburn, WA (Riverside)

43 44 45 46 47

Littlejohn, Bryson Hanna, Brandon Turner, Terrell Clay, Michael Alonso, Kiko

LB DE DE LB LB

6-1 6-2 6-3 5-11 6-4

225 3/30/89 234 10/29/88 261 5/4/89 225 8/30/91 222 8/14/90

Sr.-1L Jr.-1L* Jr.-1L* So.-1L So.-1L*

Elk Grove, CA (Sierra C.C./Laguna Creek) Coeur d’Alene, ID (Lake City) Los Angeles, CA (Crenshaw) San Jose, CA (Bellarmine College Prep) Los Gatos, CA (Los Gatos)

48 49 50 51 52

Solis, Eric Rice, Jackson Howell, Drew Ava, Isaac Grasu, Hroniss

K P LS LB OL

5-10 6-3 6-2 5-10 6-3

182 220 217 251 274

Fr.-HS So.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS

Sherman Oaks, CA (Notre Dame) Moraga, CA (Campolindo) Tehachapi, CA (Tehechapi) Ewa Beach, HI (St. Louis) Encino, CA (Crespi)

4 4 5 6 6

Ht. 5-11 6-3 5-11 5-11 6-2

5-10 5-9 6-2 6-1 5-11

Wt. DOB 210 4/28/88 212 5/23/90 165 8/29/91 207 11/21/90 183 3/6/92

12/9/91 6/8/91 6/12/92 6/20/92 8/12/91

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2010 OREGON FOOTBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER

ALPHABETICAL No. Name

Pos.

96 Dion Jordan

DE

No. 53 54 55 56 57

Name Stuckey, Dewitt Holmes, Jordan Matthews, Casey Kaddu, Josh Fox, Trevor

Pos. LB C LB LB OL

Ht. 5-11 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-5

Wt. 221 300 235 235 290

DOB 2/4/89 5/16/88 1/16/89 3/12/90 9/13/90

Cl.-Exp. Jr.-2L Sr.-3L* Sr.-3L Jr.-2L Fr.-RS*

Hometown (Last School/HS) Stockton, CA (Lincoln) Yuba City, CA (Yuba City) Agoura Hills, CA (Oaks Christian) Vacaville, CA (Vacaville) Temecula, CA (Chaparral)

56 Josh Kaddu

LB

68 C.E. Kaiser

OL

57 58 59 59 60

Kamalani, Keloni Rowe, Kenny Palmer, Jeff Thompson, Grant Clanton, Ryan

LB DE LS LB OL

5-11 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-5

209 232 199 213 294

8/1/91 4/22/89 5/2/89 8/23/91 1/16/90

Fr.-RS* Sr.-3L So.-1L* Fr.-HS Jr.-JC

Kihei, HI (Kamehameha Maui) Long Beach, CA (Poly) Dana Point, CA (Santa Margarita) Cottage Grove, OR (Cottage Grove) Bakersfield, CA (CC of San Francisco/Bakersfield Christian)

26 Malachi Lewis

TE

43 Bryson Littlejohn

LB

60 61 62 63 64

Hagen, Ryan Cody, Nick Musgrove, Nick Greig, Mana Forer, Max

DT OL DE OL C

6-3 6-5 6-2 5-11 6-3

284 1/5/91 296 12/13/89 228 7/16/89 291 2/15/90 267 5/5/88

Fr.-RS* So.-1L* Jr.-SQ* Fr.-RS* Sr.-1L*

Brea, CA (Troy) Brush Prairie, WA (Hockinson) Eugene, OR (Churchill) Kailua, HI (St. Louis) Santa Monica, CA (Santa Monica)

64 65 66 67 68

Stewart, Jennings Remington, Isaac Hart, Taylor Sanford, Josh Kaiser, C.E.

LB DT DT OL OL

6-3 6-4 6-6 6-2 6-4

211 8/12/89 262 6/16/89 262 2/22/91 276 12/15/88 290 11/2/87

So.-SQ* Jr.-JC Fr.-RS* Jr.-JC* Sr.-3L*

Grants Pass, OR (Grants Pass) Queen Creek, AZ (Phoenix College/Valley Christian) Tualatin, OR (Tualatin) St. Helens, OR (Coll. of Siskiyous/Port Angeles) Veradale, WA (Central Valley)

69 70 71 72 73

Thran, Bo Golpashin, Ramsen Benyard III, Everett Rowland, Nick Spickerman, Brenton

OL OL OL OL OL

6-5 6-4 6-7 6-4 6-6

281 11/17/87 275 12/27/88 315 5/13/91 314 1/30/92 266 1/16/91

Sr.-2L* Jr.-SQ* Fr.-RS* Fr.-HS Fr.-RS*

Weems, Darrion Burrell, Jamaal York, Carson Armstrong, Karrington Asper, Mark

OL OL OL OL OL

6-5 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-7

292 306 286 283 322

9/11/88 10/8/91 6/14/89 2/21/91 11/8/85

Jr.-1L* Fr.-RS* So.-1L* Fr-RS* Jr.-2L*

Winnetka, CA (Taft) Fontana, CA (Dominguez) Coeur d’Alene, ID (Lake City) Reno, NV (McQueen) Idaho Falls, ID (Bonneville)

80 81 83 84 85

Tuinei, Lavasier Hoffman, Justin White, Curtis Delaney, Chad Anderson, Anthony

WR WR TE WR DE

6-5 6-1 6-4 6-0 6-4

206 9/29/90 201 8/30/89 250 12/21/91 179 10/8/90 233 11/13/91

Jr.-1L So.-1L* Fr.-HS Fr.-RS* Fr-RS*

WR

62 Nick Musgrove

DE

59 Jeff Palmer

LS

31 Avery Patterson

CB

42 David Paulson

TE

35 Spencer Paysinger

LB ROV S

32 Andres Reed

RB

65 Isaac Remington

DT

OL

97 Clint Sager

TE

17 James Scales

DB

15 Lache Seastrunk

RB

So.-SQ* Fr.-RS* Fr.-HS Fr.-RS* Fr.-RS*

Fr.-RS* Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Sr.-1L

90 Will Murphy

72 Nick Rowland

176 177 245 180 289

237 10/18/90 240 10/14/91 190 12/11/91 270 5/2/89

DB

Eugene, OR (Churchill) Eugene, OR (Sheldon) Elmira, OR (Elmira) Spring Valley, CA (Helix)

6-2 5-9 6-3 6-0 6-3

6-3 6-3 6-3 6-2

LB

27 Terrance Mitchell

Arcadia, IN (Golden West C.C./Hamilton Heights)

WR WR DE WR DT

TE DL WR DT

55 Casey Matthews

P

Murphy, Will Ebanez, Dane Washington, Tony Butterfield, Ben Keliikipi, Wade

Sager, Clint Witz, Jonathan Voeller, Dallen Clark, Zac

CB

DE

90 91 91 92 92

97 97 98 99

K/P S/LB

58 Kenny Rowe

Portland, OR (David Douglas) Merrionette Park, IL (Joliet JC/Eisenhower) St. Anthony, ID (South Fremont) Potomac, MD (Winston Churchill) Glendale, UT (Brighton)

So.-1L* So.-HS Sr.-JC* So.-1L* Jr.-HS

WR

49 Jackson Rice

Fr.-RS* Jr.-JC* Sr.-3L* Fr.-HS Fr.-HS

218 4/26/90 275 4/12/91 298 5/26/87 231 3/5/90 158

23 Jeff Maehl

11 Eddie Pleasant

246 10/25/90 237 10/12/87 272 11/24/84 190 3/21/92 318 9/18/91

6-0 6-6 6-0 6-7 5-7

LB WR

7 Chad Peppars

6-3 6-4 6-7 6-2 6-4

PK DL DE DE WR

ROV

6 Keanon Lowe

6 Dior Mathis

TE TE DT LB DT

Beard, Rob McQuaw, Axel Tett, Brandon Jordan, Dion Burks, Isiah

25 Boseko Lokombo

22 Derrick Malone Jr.

Teague, Brian Williams, Brandon Bair, Brandon Swepson, Brandon Heimuli, Ricky

93 94 95 96 96

DT

41 Alejandro Maldonado

86 87 88 89 90

5/15/90 9/21/90 6/1/92 6/4/91 7/21/91

LB

92 Wade Keliikipi 14 Javes Lewis

Gresham, OR (Barlow) Saugus, CA (Saugus) San Diego, CA (Cathedral Catholic) Peoria, AZ (Centennial) West Linn, OR (Jesuit)

74 75 77 78 79

57 Keloni Kamalani

48 Eric Solis

K

73 Brenton Spickerman

OL

41 Blake Stanton

WR

64 Jennings Stewart

LB

53 Dewitt Stuckey

LB

Albany, OR (West Albany) North Pole, AK (North Pole) Rancho Cucamonga, CA (Los Osos) Sherwood, OR (Sherwood) Waianae, HI (Waianae)

86 Brian Teague

TE

Fullerton, CA (Troy) Waldport, OR (Waldport) Gresham, OR (Arizona Western C.C./Barlow) Chandler, AZ (Chandler) Portland, OR (Jesuit) Grants Pass, OR (Hidden Valley) Mercer Island, WA (Mercer Island) West Linn, OR (West Linn) Wichita, KS (Butler County C.C./North)

*Utilized Redshirt Year

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95 Brandon Tett

DE

1 Darron Thomas

QB

40 Blake Thompson

LB

59 Grant Thompson

LB

69 Bo Thran

OL

80 Lavasier Tuinei

WR

45 Terrell Turner

DE

36 Will Wallace

CB

91 Tony Washington

DE

74 Darrion Weems

OL

83 Curtis White

TE

87 Brandon Williams

TE

2 Dontae Williams

RB

77 Carson York

OL


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ALPHABETICAL No. Name

Pos.

89 Darvin Adams**

WR

25 Daren Bates*

LB

22 T’Sharvan Bell*

DB

3 DeAngelo Benton*

WR

66 Mike Berry***

OL

80 Emory Blake*

WR

93 Mike Blanc**

DL

30 Twun Bonner

CB

91 Joel Bonomolo

DE

76 Jorrell Bostrom*

OL

29 Chandler Brooks

K

23 Sam Brown

WR

63 Blake Burgess

OL

18 Kodi Burns***

WR

17 Josh Bynes***

LB

18 Wes Byrum***

K

47 Joey Caldwell

LB

45 Antoine Carter***

DE

92 Kenneth Carter

DT

9 Quindarius Carr**

WR

19 Neil Caudle*

QB

68 Ed Christian

OL

28 Wade Christopher*

LB

30 Steven Clark

P

98 Zach Clayton***

DL

20 Drew Cole**

DB

79 Jared Cooper*

OL

41 Robert Cooper

TE

33 Jessel Curry

LB

11 Chris Davis

CB

52 Justin Delaine

DE

51 Watson Downs

LB

5 Michael Dyer

RB

53 Bart Eddins***

OL

94 Nosa Eguae

DE

4 Zac Etheridge***

S

35 Jonathan Evans*

LB

90 Nick Fairley*

DL

27 Mario Fannin***

RB

65 Tunde Fariyike

OL

31 Trent Fisher

DB

95 Dee Ford*

DE

84 Codey Frederick

WR

21 Eltoro Freeman*

LB

58 Harris Gaston

LB

78 Roszell Gayden

OL

49 Michael Goggans***

DE

6 Antonio Goodwin

WR

83 Cameron Groce

TE

77 A.J. Greene

OL

70 Andre Harris

OL

61 Josh Harris*

DS

64 Forrest Hill

DS

No. 1 2 2 3 4

Name Trovon Reed Cam Newton Aairon Savage** DeAngelo Benton* Zac Etheridge***

Pos. WR QB DB WR S

Ht. 6-0 6-6 5-11 6-2 6-0

Wt. 181 250 200 201 213

Cl. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr.

Hometown (Last School/HS) Thibodaux, LA (Thibodaux) College Park, GA (Blinn [TX] JC) Albany, GA (Westover) Bastrop, LA (Bastrop) Troy, AL (Charles Henderson)

4 5 5 6 6

Shaun Kitchens Michael Dyer Jake Holland Antonio Goodwin Jonathon Mincy

WR 6-3 RB 5-9 LB 6-0 WR 6-1 DB 5-10

217 215 231 173 180

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

College Park, GA (Banneker) Little Rock, AR (L.R. Christian Academy) Pelham, AL (Pelham) Atlanta, GA (Booker T. Washington) Decatur, GA (Southwest Dekalb)

8 9 10 11 12

Anthony Morgan* Quindarius Carr** LaDarius Owens Chris Davis Demetruce McNeal

DB 5-9 185 WR 6-1 186 LB 6-2 236 CB 5-10 182 DB 6-1 176

So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Brantley, AL (Brantley) Huntsville, AL (Huntsville) Bessemer, AL (Jess Lanier) Birmingham, AL (Woodlawn) College Park, GA (Banneker)

13 14 14 15 15

Craig Sanders Demond Washington* Barrett Trotter Neiko Thorpe** Clint Moseley

DE DB QB DB QB

6-4 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-3

248 182 211 186 223

Fr. Sr. So. Jr. RFr.

Clio, AL (Ariton) Tallassee, AL (Mississippi Gulf Coast JC) Birmingham, AL (Briarwood Christian) Tucker, GA (Tucker) Leroy, AL (Leroy)

16 17 17 18 18

Ikeem Means* Josh Bynes*** Ryan Shoemaker** Kodi Burns*** Wes Byrum***

DB LB P WR K

6-0 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-2

204 235 177 207 216

So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Wetumpka, AL (Wetumpka) Lauderdale Lakes, FL (Boyd Anderson) Birmingham, AL (Oak Mountain) Fort Smith, AR (Northside) Ft. Lauderdale, FL (St. Thomas Aquinas)

19 19 20 21 22

Neil Caudle* Ryan White Drew Cole** Eltoro Freeman* T’Sharvan Bell*

QB 6-3 198 DB 5-10 186 DB 5-11 190 LB 5-11 225 DB 6-0 180

Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So.

Hoover, AL (Spain Park) Tallahassee, FL (Lincoln) Picayune, MS (Picayune Memorial) Alexander City, AL (Mississippi Gulf Coast JC) Kissimmee, FL (Osceola)

23 23 24 25 26

Onterio McCalebb* Sam Brown Ryan Smith Daren Bates* Mike McNeil**

RB 5-10 171 WR 6-1 202 DB 6-1 183 LB 5-11 203 S 6-2 208

So. Jr. Fr. So. Jr.

Fort Meade, FL (Hargrave Military Academy) Birmingham, AL (Hewitt-Trussville) Cordova, AL (Cordova) Memphis, TN (Olive Branch) Mobile, AL (Davidson)

27 28 28 29 30

Mario Fannin*** Wade Christopher* Anderson Mack Chandler Brooks Steven Clark

RB 5-11 228 LB 6-1 223 WR 5-11 185 K 6-0 180 P 6-5 232

Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr.

Hampton, GA (Lovejoy) Vestavia Hills, AL (Vestavia Hills) Atlanta, GA (Martin Luther King, Jr.) Huntsville, AL (Grissom) Kansas City, MO (Park Hill)

30 31 32 33 35

Twun Bonner Trent Fisher Eric Smith** Jessel Curry Jonathan Evans*

CB DB RB LB LB

180 184 240 214 230

Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So.

Adamsville, AL (Minor) Nashville, TN (Christ Presbyterian Academy) Seffner, FL (Armwood) Buford, GA (Buford) Prichard, AL (Mattie T. Blount)

36 37 38 39 40

Cody Parkey Ladarious Phillips Jawara White Ralph Spry Chris Humphries*

K 6-0 184 RB 6-0 291 LB 6-1 243 WR 5-10 173 LB 6-2 224

Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr.

Jupiter, FL (Jupiter) Roanoke, AL (Handley) Troy, AL (Charles Henderson) Auburn, AL (Auburn) Somerville, AL (Brewer)

40 40 41 41 42

Jordan Spriggs Chris Otersen Robert Cooper Dimitri Reese Philip Pierre-Louis

DB 5-9 168 TE 6-3 212 TE 6-4 226 WR 5-10 160 WR 5-8 150

Fr. Jr. RFr. Fr. So.

Mobile, AL (Murphy) Springfield, VA (Robert E. Lee) Mobile, AL (Daphne) Birmingham, AL (Clay-Chalkville) Ft. Lauderdale, FL (St. Thomas Aquinas)

43 44 45 45 46

Philip Lutzenkirchen* Patrick Lymon Antoine Carter*** Davis Hooper Craig Stevens***

TE RB DE RB LB

So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

Marietta, GA (Lassiter) Harvest, AL (Sparkman) Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Dillard) Montgomery, AL (Trinity Presbyterian) Tallahassee, FL (Lincoln)

5-10 6-0 5-10 6-1 5-11

6-4 5-10 6-4 6-0 6-3

258 176 256 207 229

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2010 AUBURN FOOTBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 47 47 48 48 49

Name Nathan Taylor Joey Caldwell Dakota Mosley Woody Parramore Michael Goggans***

Pos. WR LB TE DB DE

Ht. 5-10 6-1 6-4 5-8 6-3

Wt. 188 226 259 183 261

Cl. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Sr.

Hometown (Last School/HS) Fredericksburg, VA (Massaponax) Five Points, AL (Handley) Little Rock, AR (L.R. Christian Academy) Montgomery, AL (Trinity Presbyterian) Alexander City, AL (Benjamin Russell)

50 51 52 53 54

Ryan Pugh*** Watson Downs Justin Delaine Bart Eddins*** Jeffrey Whitaker

OL LB DE OL DT

6-4 6-0 6-5 6-4 6-3

297 215 232 304 308

Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr.

Hoover, AL (Hoover) Dothan, AL (Houston Academy) Linden, AL (Linden) Montgomery, AL (Trinity Presbyterian) Warner Robins, GA (Warner Robins)

55 56 57 58 60

Corey Lemonier Ashton Richardson* Byron Isom*** Harris Gaston Eric Mack

DE LB OL LB OL

6-4 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-3

227 190 302 231 361

Fr. Jr. Sr. RFr. Fr.

Hialeah, FL (Hialeah) New Orleans, LA (St. Michael) Jonesboro, GA (Lovejoy) Birmingham, AL (Bessemer Academy) St. Matthews, SC (Calhoun County)

61 61 62 63 64

Josh Harris* Donnie Riggins Chad Slade Blake Burgess Forrest Hill

DS OL OL OL DS

6-1 6-8 6-5 6-2 6-1

230 275 316 278 238

Jr. So. Fr. RFr. Fr.

Carrollton, GA (Carrollton) Wetumpka, AL (Holtville) Moody, AL (Moody) Vestavia Hills, AL (Vestavia Hills) Morrow, GA (Morrow)

64 65 65 66 67

Chase Seals Tunde Fariyike Jake Lembke Mike Berry*** Bobby Ingalls

OL OL DS OL OL

6-7 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-7

300 330 234 316 320

Fr. Fr. RFr. Sr. Jr.

Auburn, AL (Lee Scott Academy) Thomaston, GA (Upson-Lee) New Lenox, IL (Providence Catholic) Antioch, TN (Brentwood Academy) Gardendale, AL (Gardendale)

68 69 70 71 72

Ed Christian Ryan Preston Andre Harris John Sullen* Andrew Parmer*

OL OL OL OL OL

6-4 6-1 6-3 6-6 5-10

277 274 318 312 267

Fr. Fr. RFr. So. So.

Valdosta, GA (Lowndes) Oxford, AL (Oxford) Lovejoy, GA (Lovejoy) Auburn, AL (Auburn) Dalton, GA (Dalton)

73 74 75 76 77

Lee Ziemba*** Jamar Travis* Brandon Mosley Jorrell Bostrom* A.J. Greene

OL DL OL OL OL

6-8 6-0 6-6 6-3 6-5

319 288 299 322 291

Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Rogers, AR (Rogers) Brewton, AL (W.S. Neal) Jefferson, GA (Coffeyville [KS] JC) Nampa, ID (Bakersfield [CA] JC) Madison, TN (Brentwood Academy)

78 79 80 81 83

Roszell Gayden Jared Cooper* Emory Blake* Terrell Zachery** Cameron Groce

OL OL WR WR TE

6-6 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-3

315 300 192 210 220

Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr.

New Hope, MN (College of Sequoias [CA] JC) Brewton, AL (W.S. Neal) Austin, TX (Stephen F. Austin) Wadley, AL (Wadley) Gardendale, AL (Gardendale)

84 85 87 89 90

Codey Frederick Travante Stallworth* Derek Winter** Darvin Adams** Nick Fairley*

WR WR WR WR DL

6-4 5-9 6-0 6-3 6-5

186 188 208 185 298

Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Hamilton, AL (Hamilton) Leesville, LA (Leesville) Tampa, FL (Plant Senior) Canton, MS (Harrison [GA]) Mobile, AL (Copiah-Lincoln [MS] JC)

91 92 93 94 95

Joel Bonomolo Kenneth Carter Mike Blanc** Nosa Eguae Dee Ford*

DE DT DL DE DE

6-3 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-4

245 281 297 258 240

Jr. Fr. Sr. RFr. So.

Metairie, LA (Fullerton [CA] JC) Greenville, AL (Greenville) Pompano Beach, FL (Deerfield Beach) Mansfield, TX (Summit) Odenville, AL (St. Clair County)

DL DL

6-2 6-3

286 296

So. Sr.

Clanton, AL (Chilton County) Opelika, AL (Opelika)

97 Derrick Lykes* 98 Zach Clayton***

*Indicates Letters Won

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ALPHABETICAL No. 5 45 40 67 57 4 65 55 43 97 44 28 60 23 12 26 16 6 8 15 75 48 2 40 10 36 72 48 37 42 69 50 1 41 56 61 13 2 64 17 62 32 24 40 39 85 46 71 47 15 74 14 14 54 38 19 87 81 73

Name Pos. Jake Holland LB Davis Hooper RB Chris Humphries* LB Bobby Ingalls OL Byron Isom*** OL Shaun Kitchens WR Jake Lembke DS Corey Lemonier DE Philip Lutzenkirchen* TE Derrick Lykes* DL Patrick Lymon RB Anderson Mack WR Eric Mack OL Onterio McCalebb* RB Demetruce McNeal DB Mike McNeil** S Ikeem Means* DB Jonathon Mincy DB Anthony Morgan* DB Clint Moseley QB Brandon Mosley OL Dakota Mosley TE Cam Newton QB Chris Otersen TE LaDarius Owens LB Cody Parkey K Andrew Parmer* OL Woody Parramore DB Ladarious Phillips RB Philip Pierre-Louis WR Ryan Preston OL Ryan Pugh*** OL Trovon Reed WR Dimitri Reese WR Ashton Richardson* LB Donnie Riggins OL Craig Sanders DE Aairon Savage** DB Chase Seals OL Ryan Shoemaker** P Chad Slade OL Eric Smith** RB Ryan Smith DB Jordan Spriggs DB Ralph Spry WR Travante Stallworth* WR Craig Stevens*** LB John Sullen* OL Nathan Taylor WR Neiko Thorpe** DB Jamar Travis* DL Barrett Trotter QB Demond Washington* DB Jeffrey Whitaker DT Jawara White LB Ryan White DB Derek Winter** WR Terrell Zachery** WR Lee Ziemba*** OL


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2010 Oregon Coaching Staff

19th Season UC Davis (‘76)

Nick Aliotti

Defensive Coordinator

v 2nd Season Southern Oregon (‘96)

Mark Helfrich

Offensive Coordinator

2nd Season American International (‘81)

28th Season UCLA (‘73)

Jerry Azzinaro Defensive Line

7th Season BYU (‘80)

Running Backs

10th Season WSU (‘83)

John Neal Secondary

Gary Campbell

Tom Osborne

Special Teams/Tight Ends

2nd Season Nebraska (‘97)

Scott Frost Wide Receivers

23rd Season Oregon (‘85)

Don Pellum Linebackers

25th Season Oregon (‘80)

Steve Greatwood Offiensive Line Coach

26th Season Pacific (‘80)

Jim Radcliffe

Strength and Conditioning

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