Chip Kelly Pac 10 was awarded Coach of the Year honors, due to the Oregon Ducks accomplishment.
Was tested as coach after RB LeGarette Blount knocked down a Boise State player.
The loss was dealt effectively by Kelly and became the key element in bonding the group together and had won 10 out of their final 11 games.
Subtitles: On the Field
Paulson was the second reliable target in the 2009 season.
With 12 passes for 185 yards and a 15.2 yard reception average. The Washington native is most likely to proceed with the Ducks position at the tight end.
His career has been plagued by injuries and competitions of position. A 6’1” with the weight of 205 pound guy, might turn up as the second consistent target. Recruited out of Colorado in 2007.
An awesome possession receiver and can speed away from defensive backs and linebackers. Three touchdowns, 31 passes for 353 yards and an average of 11.4 yards per carry.
An athlete at 5’11”, the ones opted in returning kicks and wagers for Oregon relying on successes gained by Barner.
Made on seven game appearances back in 2009, he was successful enough to head the team. Depicted a very outstanding performance in the game against UCLA and Washington, the California recruited prep had played despite being a freshman.
A 6’1” and 210 pound quarterback. He plays the leadership role through his preserving methods, fortitude and possesses a broad knowledge of the Oregon offense. He has long been waiting for the position since the arrival in Eugene.
Despite being rather low-keyed, he still played a big role in the victory at UCLA during the 2009 season. And that will secure his position in the team to explode in the offensive Duck maneuver; only the question of the amount of playing time he will get is what remains undecided.
A tacker of up to 1, 553 all-purpose yards, which ranked him ninth in school history. Unknown to many and were never really considered.
He will be conducting the waging and kicking tasks along with a spark in the backfield provision with Lache Seastrunk and James for this coming season.
Secured 21 tackles and three sacks in the 2009 season. A better bulk provider at the end position compared to reserve Dion Jordan at the height of 6’3” and 265 pounds. Positioned as prep linebacker, serving in the scout team during his first season in Eugene.
Unleashing the outside linebackers and keeping opponents at bay is the essential result of the amount of defensive end position of opposite Kenny Rowe, invention.
Appeared in eight games in 2009, includes the match against UCLA and Ohio State time extension. A cornerback from Oaks Christian (CA) highly recruited prep.
An Arizona Native at the height of 6’7” and 230 pound, has the power, momentum and dexterity to inflict intense damage on opposite, Kenny Rowe. Having plenty of aptitude at stock piled at tight end, he was moved to defensive end in the course of spring practices.
An occasion for Terrell Turner and Jordan to have great seasons when Rowe bent in a tremendous year in 2009.
A prominent figure on the field during 2009, recorded 54 tackles and 4.5 sacks. At 5’11” and 208 pounds, the California native will be relied on to take the place of T.J. Ward.
For the progress of this group, Jackson and Pleasant will be relied to take on its direction.
Proved an affectionate field presence during the season which includes, the Rose Bowl against Ohio State. A 5’11” and 220 pounds San Jose native and three-star prep, resembles the physical appearance of past linebacker Kevin Mitchell.
However, his presence in the 2010, will be limited due to the overshadowing of the veteran linebacking positions. Still, that doesn’t mean his vital role as a linebacker cannot be under looked.