The Ducks are a game away from another Pac-12 title and the top seed at the Pac-12 Tournament. Before the Ducks make their way to Vegas, Tyson Alger and Andrew Greif sat down to discuss Oregon's chances not only in the Pac-12 Tournament, but in the NCAA Tournament as well.
Andrew Greif and Tyson Alger take a look at some of Willie Taggart's new assistants, take a look at the depth at wide receiver after Jalen Brown announced he would transfer and then take a peak at Greif's new story about the 2016 season.
Oregon basketball player Dylan Ennis stopped by The Official Visit for the podcast's first interview ever with an Oregon basketball player. Ennis, who has returned after missing nearly all of last year with a foot injury, talks about finding his rhythm, college basketball's best player and what his thoughts were on Jordan Bell's off-the-backboard dunk from last week.
The news became official Wednesday morning: Willie Taggart has been hired as the 33rd head coach in the history of the Oregon football program. The Oregonian's Andrew Greif and Tyson Alger share their thoughts on the hiring and also bring on Jeff Odom of the Tampa Bay Times, who has covered Taggart throughout his tenure at South Florida.
After four seasons, Mark Helfrich is out as the head coach of the Oregon Ducks. Tyson Alger and Andrew Greif take listener questions about the move, diving into who might be the next head coach and what exactly happened over the last several months in Eugene.
It's Civil War week here at The Official Visit. And while we had originally intended to have a few players lined up for the podcast, that fell through. But, we're improvisers. So this week, Tyson Alger and Andrew Greif take a look at how the landscape has shifted following Oregon's upset win over Utah and what a Civil War victory might do for this team.
There's no Pac-12 title on the line, but there's plenty at stake this week when the Ducks meet the Cardinal in Eugene. Andrew Greif and Tyson Alger dive in to what this game means for Oregon and head coach Mark Helfrich.
The first time Charles Nelson stopped by The Official Visit he was a wide-eyed freshman on the cusp of stardom. Two years later, he's an elder statesman on the Oregon Ducks who is looking closely at a future after football. This week we talked to Nelson about those two things, along with some confidence issues he may have had earlier in the season and how he's fixed them.
Oregon has lost four games in a row. What's is mean for the program's national image? This week we bring in Sports Illustrated's Lindsay Schnell, who covers college football nationally, for her perspective on Oregon's decline. And that's not all. With college basketball starting soon, the Salt Lake Tribune's Kyle Goon stops by to give his thoughts on the upcoming Pac-12 season.
The news around Eugene is about true freshman quarterback Justin Herbert and the fact that he may start this week against Washington. Our Andrew Nemec joins the podcast to talk about Herbert and what he saw in him when he covered him at Sheldon High School in Eugene.