Scott Respects All Fears None

Coming out of College of the Canyons two years ago, wide receiver Terence Scott was described by Oregon Head Coach Mike Bellotti as the best receiver he saw in the Junior Collage ranks in the 2006 recruiting class. Scott had planned to red shirt last season but team needs put him on the playing and field. Duck fans are wishing the Ducks could have stuck to the original plan.
November 27, 2008

Post Game: Terence Scott

Terence Scott woke the place up yesterday when he hauled in a Jeremiah Masoli pass and headed to the endzone for a 44-yard score. It was the touchdown of the day for the Oregon Ducks in their 55-45 win over the Arizona Wildcats. The Ducks moved to 8-3 for the season and 6-2 in the Pac-10 race. Scott had a total of 87 yards on six receptions and spoke to media following the game.
November 16, 2008

Post Game: Terence Scott

Eugene -- Oregon wide receiver Terence Scott talks about the Ducks' 35-28 win over the Stanford Cardinal today.
November 8, 2008

Oregon v ASU - The Slide Show

Well here it is...35+ photos of the blow-out! Everything from JJ's TD run in the first to Harper's TD catch and run in the fourth and quite a bit in between. You'll see crunching tackles and amazing catches, jukes and toes just barely in bounds - didn't see the game? Here's the best we can do for you. Enjoy!
October 27, 2008

Work at Doing What the Ducks Do Best

Last week it was a little rough on the Oregon receivers. While the Ducks gained 197 yards in passing, there were a number of uncharacteristic drops along the way. This week, the Ducks are re-dedicating themselves to catching the ball and doing what they do best. After practice this week, Terence Scott stopped and chatted about what is going on as the Ducks prepare for Boise State on Saturday.
September 18, 2008

Wants to Improve in All Areas

Headed out to practice on Tuesday, two of Oregon's top receivers for the 2008-football season were talking about something they saw on film. eDuck Sports stopped Terence Scott to ask him a few questions before practice started. He graciously did so while his teammate Jaison Williams preceded onto the practice field.
August 13, 2008

New Duck Wants to Work With Kids

Wide receiver Terence Scott, 6-0, 170, 4.38, College of the Canyons, made his decision to become an Oregon Duck last weekend. Scott will be coming to Oregon as soon as he finishes up at the junior college and has some impressive aspirations for his future.
January 23, 2007