It's bye week here at Oregon, but The Official Visit is loaded with a visit from Oregon head coach Willie Taggart. The first-year coach stops by to talk about his time at Oregon -- on and off the field -- and some of the challenges he's faced in his first year as the new face of the program.
The Oregon Ducks are in a freefall and Justin Herbert has a fractured collarbone. Is there anything that can pull the Ducks out of this spiral?
Willie Taggart has been hinting that the saviour could be milk.
Tyson Alger and Andrew Greif investigate whether or not the calcium-rich drink can save the season in this week's special podcast: The Official Visit presents: Cereal (and milk).
In this week's pod, Andrew and Tyson talk about Justin Herbert's return to the practice field and what it might mean for Oregon's Bowl game hopes this season.
They also share a story from defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt on how motivational speaches don't always go as planned.
Washington State athletic director Bill Moos joins the podcast to talk about the Cougars' great start to the season.
It's just a non-conference matchup between two unranked opponents, but this week's Oregon vs. Nebraska game feels like it has a little bit more riding on it this week. The Oregonian/OregonLive's Tyson Alger and Andrew Greif take a look at what the game means on Oregon's end before Derek Peterson of Hailvarsity.com joins the show to take a look at how this game could impact Mike Riley's Nebraska squad.
The first fall camp of the Willie Taggart era is officially over. With that, Tyson Alger and Andrew Greif take a look at the upcoming Oreogn season.
In this podcast, the two pick their predictions for: mvp, most underated player, breakout player, x-factor and the players with the most to prove.
In the first Official Visit of the season, Andrew Greif and Tyson Alger are joined by the Pac-12 Networks' Yogi Roth, Mike Yam and Lincoln Kennedy for a deep dive on Oregon's chances under Willie Taggart.
What can Oregon fans expect out of Justin Herbert, Royce Freeman and Oregon's revamped defense? Who would win in a battle between the 2014 Oregon Ducks and 2016 Washington Huskies? All those questions and more are answered on this episode.
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.