The Oregon Ducks football team is a team that plays in the Pac-12 Conference. Before being named the Ducks, the team was previously known as the Webfoots until the 1960s.
The first team for this program started in 1894. Their first game was on March 24th, 1894 against Albany College in a 44-3 win over then-coach Cal Young.
Their largest win came in 1910. They defeated the Puget Sound Loggers in a 115-0 win.
The team plays its home games at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon.
Before joining the Pac-12 Conference, the team was an independent team from 1894 through 1915. The team then joined the Pacific Coast Conference from 1916 through 1958.
The Ducks returned to being an independent school from 1959 through 1963.
Oregon has appeared in two National Championship games. Each time, the school lost in 2010 and 2014.
Marcus Mariota is the school’s lone Heisman Trophy winner.
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