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GoDucks, the Oregon site, is doing a series of reviews of the 2022 season by position. I believe they will all be written by Duck insider Rob Mosely. After reviewing the position group, the articles will end with what to look forward to in 2023. As these articles become available, they will be posted in this thread.

 

SEASON IN REVIEW: QB

 

BO NIX AND OREGON TOOK A CHANCE ON EACH OTHER IN 2022, AND THE UNION

RESULTED IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF CONTENTION UNTIL A LATE-SEASON INJURY.

 

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Bo Nix and Oregon took a chance on each other in 2022, and the union resulted in College Football Playoff contention until a...

 

 

 

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SEASON IN REVIEW: RB

 

THERE WAS A CHANGING OF THE GUARD AT RUNNING BACK FOR OREGON IN 2022, BUT THE POSITION REMAINED EXCEPTIONALLY PRODUCTIVE.

 

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There was a changing of the guard at running back for Oregon in 2022, but the position remained exceptionally productive.

 

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SEASON IN REVIEW: WR/TE

 

THE DUCKS SAW SOME BREAKOUT PERFORMANCES AT THE OFFENSIVE SKILL POSITIONS IN 2022, AND MANY OF THOSE SAME GUYS RETURN IN 2023.

 

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The Ducks saw some breakout performances at the offensive skill positions in 2022, and many of those same guys return in 2023.

 

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SEASON IN REVIEW: OL

 

OREGON RETURNED A VETERAN OFFENSIVE LINE IN 2022, AND THAT EXPERIENCE WAS THE FOUNDATION FOR ONE OF THE BEST UNITS IN THE COUNTRY.

 

The Ducks returned an enviable amount of experience for the 2022 season, and boy, did it show. Oregon led the nation with just five sacks allowed this past fall, tied for 10th in the country by averaging four tackles for loss allowed per game, and was sixth in the FBS in rushing with 5.52 yards per carry.

 

The five sacks were the fewest allowed by an FBS team that doesn't run a triple-option offense since 2015. All of that success contributed to the Ducks being a semifinalist for the Joe Moore Award, presented annually to the nation's most outstanding offensive line.

 

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Oregon returned a veteran offensive line in 2022, and that experience was the foundation for one of the best units in the...

 

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SEASON IN REVIEW: DL

 

THE DUCKS ENJOYED STABILITY IN THE STARTING LINEUP ON THE D LINE IN 2022, AND THOUGH INJURIES SAPPED SOME OF THE UNIT'S DEPTH, IT PROVIDED A COUPLE OF THE SEASON'S MOST NOTABLE HIGHLIGHTS.

 

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The Ducks enjoyed stability in the starting lineup on the D line in 2022, and though injuries sapped some of the unit's depth, it...

 

 

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SEASON IN REVIEW: LB

 

THE HOLIDAY BOWL WAS A PREVIEW OF THE 2023 SEASON FOR THE DUCKS, WITH NEW FACES STEPPING IN FOR DEPARTED VETS.

 

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The Holiday Bowl was a preview of the 2023 season for the Ducks, with new faces stepping in for departed vets.

 

 

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SEASON IN REVIEW: DB

 

OREGON'S SECONDARY WAS STATISTICALLY PROLIFIC IN 2022, AND IT PRODUCED ONE OF THE TOP 2023 NFL DRAFT PROSPECTS IN THE COUNTRY REGARDLESS OF POSITION.

 

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Oregon's secondary was statistically prolific in 2022, and it produced one of the top 2023 NFL Draft prospects in the country...

 

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