Oregon Ducks Football Tickets

Oregon Ducks Football Tickets

Oregon Ducks Football Details


The Oregon Ducks are one of the fastest and most electric football programs in the history of college football. The Ducks are known for their fast play and big play ability on offense and a strong and sturdy defense. The Oregon Ducks are also known for their wide range of uniforms that they wear on game days. Even though the Ducks seem like a lot of flash, they’re one of the greatest programs in college football.

The Oregon Ducks had their football start in 1894 and saw a lot of success early but the Oregon program didn’t have national presence until 1924. The Ducks would bring in prominent programs to play which would help them burst onto the national scene. Their first time really getting noticed nationally was in 1926 under head coach John McEwan who would resign after a few seasons due to a contract dispute. There was a lot of coaching changes over the years from 1930-1951 for the Ducks program. Oregon would see 6 different head coaches during that time period: Clarence Spears, Prince Callison, Gerald Oliver, John Warren, and Jim Aiken. All of these coaches would have successful parts of their careers but didn’t have a long tenure with the program. Len Casanova was the next Oregon hire and would coach from 1951-1966 after leaving the University of Pittsburgh. Casanova would have a decent amount of success with an 82-73 final record and taking Oregon to the Rose bowl and winning a conference championship once. After a lot of different coaches came through Oregon from 1967-1976, the Ducks finally found a great coach in Rich Brooks who would finish with 91 wins which is the second most in Oregon history. Brooks coached at Oregon from 1977-1994 and didn’t have the best record but was a very long tenured coach with the program that helped it evolve into what it is today. Brooks would have an overall record of 91-109 and would win the conference title once and took the Ducks to one bowl game before leaving to coach in the NFL.

The next Oregon Ducks head coach, Mike Bellotti, would truly transform the Ducks into what they currently are today. Bellotti coached from 1995-2008 and racked up an overall record of 116-55, his 116 wins would be the most in the school’s history. Over his coaching career at Oregon, Bellotti would have 13 winning seasons, 12 bowl game appearances, 6 bowl game wins, and 2 conference titles. Bellotti would eventually resign as head coach to become the athletic director at Oregon and the head coaching spot would go to offensive coordinator Chip Kelly. Coach Kelly continued on the winning and fast paced play style of Bellotti during his tenure from 2009-2012. In his career at Oregon, Kelly was 46-7 with 3 conference championships, 4 winning seasons, 4 bowl game appearances which included 1 National Championship appearance, and 2 bowl game wins. Kelly resigned to coach in the NFL and the position was given to offensive coordinator, Mark Helfrich. Currently, Helfrich remains the head coach of the Oregon Ducks and has had a lot of success that looks to continue over his coaching tenure. Helfrich is currently 33-8 and has taken the Ducks to 4 bowl games which include one National Championship, 3 winnings seasons and has 2 bowl game wins. Helfrich will look to improve on his 9-4 record from 2015 in this new campaign that will feature fast and dynamic play from the Oregon squad, as expected.

The Oregon Ducks have always featured some of the best, fastest, and most dynamic players that college football has had to offer. Many Oregon players have gone on to have successful careers in the NFL. The Ducks have had one Heisman Trophy winner which was Marcus Mariota in 2014. Other Oregon greats are: Jonathan Stewart, Dennis Dixon, Joey Harrington, Haloti Ngata, Jairus Byrd, Patrick Chung, De’Anthony Thomas, LeGarrette Blount, Casey Matthews, TJ Ward, Kiko Alonso, Max Unger, Dion Jordan, and numerous others. The Oregon Ducks remain one of the top destinations in the Pac 12 for the most talented players in the country and will always draw in quality players for the program.

The Oregon Ducks continue to keep expectations high and expect to be back in the national spotlight in 2016 after slipping a little bit in 2015. Helfrich will continue to use his dynamic play makers rack up multiple wins in the new season. Oregon is always a team to look out for as they can score on almost any play. Make sure to pay close attention when watching the Ducks, with how fast they play, you may miss something.


The Oregon Ducks play at Autzen Stadium which is one of the greatest stadiums in all of college football. Eugene, OR goes crazy on game days as fans pack the stadium to cheer on the Ducks. Oregon games are some of the greatest college football environments possible because of the passionate fan base and the fast play style of the Ducks. It may be difficult to come by cheap tickets for Oregon games, so make sure to check out Rukkus for the cheapest Oregon Ducks Football tickets.

Oregon Ducks Football Lineup

  • Chance Allen
  • Arrion Springs
  • Tyree Robinson
  • Ty Griffin
  • Dior Mathis
  • Erick Dargan
  • Devon Allen
  • Issac Dixon
  • Dominique Harrison
  • Charles Nelson
  • Keanon Lowe
  • Reggie Daniels
  • Marcus Mariota
  • Arik Armstead
  • Byron Marshall
  • Johnathan Loyd
  • Bralon Addison
  • Justin Hollins
  • Taylor Alie
  • Chris Seisay
  • Troy Hill
  • Ifo Ekpre-Olomu
  • Jalen Brown
  • Morgan Mahalak
  • Jeff Lockie
  • Juwaan Williams
  • Jimmie Swain
  • Austin Daich
  • Tony James
  • Royce Freeman
  • Matt McGraw
  • Mattrell McGraw
  • Derrick Malone
  • B.J. Kelley
  • Thomas Tyner
  • Glen Ihenacho
  • Casey Eugenio
  • Khalil Oliver
  • Jeff Bieber
  • Johnny Ragin III
  • Bobby Dunn
  • Stephen Amoako
  • Ayele Forde
  • Kenny Bassett
  • Eddie Heard
  • Tyson Coleman
  • Lane Roseberry
  • Joe Walker
  • Kani Benoit
  • Devin Melendez
  • J.J. Jones
  • Michael Manns
  • Ian Wheeler
  • Jesse Kelly
  • Taylor Stinson
  • Jarrett LaCoste
  • Aidan Schneider
  • Cody Carriger
  • Bronson Yim
  • DeForest Buckner
  • T.J. Daniel
  • Danny Mattingly
  • Rodney Hardrick
  • Eric Solis
  • Matt Wogan
  • Austin Maloata
  • Isaac Ava
  • Ivan Faulhaber
  • Connor Johnson
  • Hamani Stevens
  • Hroniss Grasu
  • Tui Talia
  • Alex Balducci
  • Doug Brenner
  • Mike Garrity
  • Ryan McCandless
  • Tanner Carew
  • Grant Thompson
  • Jim Weber
  • Brigham Stoehr
  • Matt Pierson
  • Davis Miyashiro
  • Tyler Johnstone
  • Stetzon Bair
  • Tanner Davies
  • Jamal Prater
  • Matthew McFadden
  • Braden Eggert
  • Andre Yruretagoyena
  • Tyrell Crosby
  • Elijah George
  • Jake Fisher
  • Jake Pisarcik
  • Haniteli Lousi
  • Cameron Hunt
  • Evan Voeller
  • Koa Ka'ai
  • Evan Baylis
  • Zac Schuller
  • Johnny Mundt
  • Jeff Stolzenburg
  • Pharaoh Brown
  • Torrodney Prevot
  • Darren Carrington
  • Dwayne Stanford
  • Chris Tewhill
  • Jake McCreath
  • Tony Washington
  • Henry Mondeaux
  • Alec Eickert
  • Jason Sloan
  • Jonathan Kenion
  • Spencer Stark
  • Christian French
  • Will Genske
  • Jalen Jelks
  • Jordan Kurahara
  • Sam Kamp

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Oregon Ducks Football Ticket Prices


Low: $12.00

High: $65.00

Cheap Oregon Ducks Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Cal State Northridge Matadors at Oregon Ducks Basketball — 12/17/2014
Matthew Knight Arena; Eugene, OR
$3.00 Coppin State Eagles at Oregon Ducks Basketball — 11/14/2014
Matthew Knight Arena; Eugene, OR
$3.00 Ole Miss Rebels at Oregon Ducks Basketball — 12/07/2014
Matthew Knight Arena; Eugene, OR
$3.00 Oregon Ducks at Colorado Buffaloes Basketball — 01/17/2016
Coors Events Center; Boulder, CO
$4.00 Detroit Titans at Oregon Ducks Basketball — 11/17/2014
Matthew Knight Arena; Eugene, OR
$4.00 Concordia Cavaliers at Oregon Ducks Basketball — 12/03/2014
Matthew Knight Arena; Eugene, OR
$4.00 UC Santa Barbara Gauchos at Oregon Ducks Basketball — 12/22/2014
Matthew Knight Arena; Eugene, OR
$4.00 Delaware State Hornets at Oregon Ducks Basketball — 12/20/2014
Matthew Knight Arena; Eugene, OR
$5.00 USC Trojans at Oregon Ducks Basketball — 01/22/2015
Matthew Knight Arena; Eugene, OR
$5.00 Oregon Ducks at California Golden Bears Basketball — 02/25/2015
Haas Pavilion; Berkeley, CA

Best and Most Expensive Oregon Ducks Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$178.00Oregon Ducks at Washington Huskies Football — 10/17/2015
Husky Stadium; Seattle, WA
$170.00Oregon Ducks at Michigan State Spartans Football — 09/12/2015
Spartan Stadium (Michigan); East Lansing, MI
$129.00Oregon Ducks at Utah Utes Football — 11/08/2014
Rice Eccles Stadium; Salt Lake City, UT
$121.00Oregon Ducks at Nebraska Cornhuskers Football — 09/17/2016
Memorial Stadium - Lincoln; Lincoln, NE
$116.00Washington Huskies at Oregon Ducks Football — 10/08/2016
Autzen Stadium; Eugene, OR
$99.00Stanford Cardinal at Oregon Ducks Football — 11/12/2016
Autzen Stadium; Eugene, OR
$91.00Oregon Ducks at Colorado Buffaloes Football — 10/03/2015
Folsom Field; Boulder, CO
$91.00Washington Huskies at Oregon Ducks Football — 10/18/2014
Autzen Stadium; Eugene, OR
$91.00Stanford Cardinal at Oregon Ducks Football — 11/01/2014
Autzen Stadium; Eugene, OR
$85.00Oregon Ducks at Oregon State Beavers Football — 11/26/2016
Reser Stadium; Corvallis, OR