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Autzen Stadium, where the Ducks have played since 1967.

This is a list of seasons completed by the Oregon Ducks football team of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). Since the team's creation in 1893, the Ducks have participated in more than 1,100 officially-sanctioned games, including 24 bowl games.

SeasonsEdit

Conference Champions Bowl game berth Division Champions
Year Coach(es) Conference Conference finish[1] Record[2] Bowl/Postseason[3] Final ranking
Wins Losses Ties AP
[4]
Coach
[4]
Oregon Ducks
1894Cal Young & J. A. ChurchInd121
1895Percy BensonInd400
1896J. F. FrickInd210
1897Joe SmithInd110
1898Frank W. SimpsonInd310
1899Ind321
1900Lawrence KaarsbergInd331
1901Warren W. SmithInd341
1902Marion F. DolphInd313
1903Warren W. SmithInd421
1904R. S. SmithInd530
1905Bruce ShortsInd422
1906Hugo BezdekInd501
1907Gordon B. FrostInd510
1908Robert ForbesInd520
1909Ind330
1910Bill WarnerInd410
1911Ind320
1912Louis PinkhamInd340
1913Hugo BezdekInd331
1914Ind421
1915Ind720
1916PCCT-1st[A 1]701Won 1917 Rose Bowl vs. Pennsylvania, 14-0
1917PCC4th430
1918Charles A. HuntingtonPCC2nd420
1919PCC1st520Lost 1920 Rose Bowl vs. Harvard, 6-7
1920PCC3rd321
1921PCC5th513
1922PCC2nd611
1923PCC8th341
1924Joe MaddockPCC6th432
1925Richard SmithPCC9th151
1926John McEwanPCC6th241
1927PCC8th241
1928PCC4th920
1929PCCT-3rd730
1930Clarence SpearsPCC4th720
1931PCC3rd622
1932Prink CallisonPCC5th631
1933PCCT-1st910
1934PCC4th640
1935PCCT-4th630
1936PCC9th261
1937PCC8th460
1938Tex OliverPCC5th450
1939PCC5th341
1940PCC5th441
1941PCC5th550
1942John A. WarrenPCC8th260
1945Tex OliverPCC7th360
1946PCC6th441
1947Jim AikenPCCT-2nd730
1948PCC1st920Lost 1949 Cotton Bowl Classic vs. SMU, 13-219
1949PCCT-6th460
1950PCC9th190
1951Len CasanovaPCC8th280
1952PCCT-6th271
1953PCC8th451
1954PCC3rd640
1955PCC4th640
1956PCCT-4th442
1957PCCT-1st740Lost 1958 Rose Bowl vs. Ohio State, 7-1017
1958PCC5th460
1959Ind820
1960Ind731Lost 1960 Liberty Bowl vs. Penn State, 12-41
1961Ind460
1962Ind631
1963Ind830Won 1963 Sun Bowl vs. SMU, 21-14
1964AAWU721
1965AAWUT-6th451
1966AAWU8th370
1967Jerry FreiAAWUT-7th280
1968PAC-8T-5th460
1969PAC-85th551
1970PAC-8T-2nd641
1971PAC-85th560
1972Dick EnrightPAC-8T-6th470
1973PAC-8T-5th290
1974Don ReadPAC-88th290
1975PAC-86th380
1976PAC-8T-7th470
1977Rich BrooksPAC-87th380
1978PAC-108th1100
1979PAC-10T-3rd470
1980PAC-105th632
1981PAC-109th290
1982PAC-109th281
1983PAC-10T-6th461
1984PAC-10T-7th650
1985PAC-106th560
1986PAC-107th560
1987PAC-10T-4th650
1988PAC-10T-6th660
1989PAC-10T-2nd840Won 1989 Independence Bowl vs. Tulsa, 27-24
1990PAC-103rd840Lost 1990 Freedom Bowl vs. CSU, 31-32
1991PAC-10T-9th380
1992PAC-10T-6th660Lost 1992 Independence Bowl vs. Wake Forest, 35-39
1993PAC-10T-8th560
1994PAC-101st940Lost 1995 Rose Bowl vs. Penn State, 20-381111
1995Mike BellottiPAC-103rd930Lost 1996 Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Colorado, 6-381818
1996PAC-10T-5th65-[A 2]
1997PAC-10T-7th75-Won 1997 Las Vegas Bowl vs. Air Force, 41-13
1998PAC-10T-3rd84-Lost 1998 Aloha Bowl vs. Colorado, 43-51
1999PAC-10T-2nd93-Won 1999 Sun Bowl vs. Minnesota, 24-201918
2000PAC-10T-1st102-Won 2000 Holiday Bowl vs. Texas, 35-3079
2001PAC-101st111-Won 2002 Fiesta Bowl vs. Colorado, 16-3822
2002PAC-108th76-Lost 2002 Seattle Bowl vs. Wake Forest, 17-38
2003PAC-10T-3rd85-Lost 2003 Sun Bowl vs. Minnesota, 30-31
2004PAC-10T-5th56-
2005PAC-102nd102-Lost 2005 Holiday Bowl vs. Oklahoma, 14-171312
2006PAC-10T-5th76-Lost 2006 Las Vegas Bowl vs. BYU, 8-38
2007PAC-10T-4th94-Won 2007 Sun Bowl vs. USF, 56-212324
2008PAC-102nd103-Won 2008 Holiday Bowl vs. OK State, 42-31109
2009Chip KellyPAC-101st103-Lost 2010 Rose Bowl vs. Ohio State, 17-261111
2010PAC-101st121-Lost 2011 BCS National Championship Game vs. Auburn, 19-2233
2011PAC-121st-North112-Won 2011 Pac-12 Football Championship Game vs. UCLA, 49-31
2012 Rose Bowl vs. Wisconsin
Total 578 471 46 (all games)

NotesEdit

  1. The tiebreaker for the Pacific Coast Conference went to Washington due to Oregon's use of ineligible players.[5]
  2. Overtime rules in college football were introduced in 1996, making ties impossible in the period since.[6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 2011 Oregon Football. Goducks.com. Retrieved 30 October 2011.
  2. Oregon Yearly Totals. College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 30 October 2011.
  3. Oregon Bowl History. College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 30 October 2011.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Oregon In the Polls. College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 30 October 2011.
  5. Borland, Lynn (November 20, 2010). "Legendary coach Gil Dobie's only loss at Washington: his legacy". The Seattle Times. http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/huskies/2013484333_dobie21.html. Retrieved 3 November 2011.
  6. Whiteside, Kelly (August 25, 2006). "Overtime system still excites coaches". USA Today. http://www.usatoday.com/sports/college/football/2006-08-24-overtime_x.htm. Retrieved 2008-09-29.

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