A Guardian Angel

Eugene -- He is a tough guy that plays a tough and demanding position. A.J. Tuitlele is entering his final year at Oregon and, along with his teammates, is on the practice field preparing for the 2007 football season.
August 7, 2007

Five Springs Lists

For many years I have always believed that the Oregon Spring Football Game provides the first glimpse of the team that will take the field the next fall. The games usually include a number of returning starters, a lot of underclassmen and redshirts who begin to make impressions, and a dozen or more new faces including walk-ons and transfers. Sometimes there might even be a new coach or two to watch.
June 12, 2003

Post Season Rankings: The Safeties

In terms of overall depth, this was a down year on the West Coast at the safety position. We still really like the talent at the top of the list and there's some players here we feel can have an immediate impact in college.
January 10, 2003

Oregon Recruiting Coming Down the Stretch

With college football recruiting coming down to the wire with only four weeks remaining until the national Letter of Intent signing day, February 5, everyone is anxious to put their finger on the Oregon pulse and see how the Ducks are doing.
January 9, 2003

Duck Recruiting Is Flying High

As do many people who follow college football, I like to follow football recruiting. I subscribe to a number of college recruiting publications and online services and keep my finger on the pulse of the rumor mill trying to keep abreast of which schools the country's future college players are favoring, visiting and choosing.
November 15, 2002

Top Safety Pledges Oregon

Oregon picked up their second football commitment for the class of 2003 recently when A.J. Tuitele committed to the Ducks. Tuitele is considered one of the top safety prospects in the West and many were surprised by his early commitment.
June 15, 2002

Cali Safety A.J Tuitele Makes His Decision

In one of the first recruiting surprises of the year, Los Angeles (Calif.) Banning safety A.J Tuitele has made his college choice. He'll stay on the West Coast, but not the West Coast school we had always heard was leading for him.
June 14, 2002