List of Oregon Ducks football seasons

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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 27 bowl games.

Seasons[edit]

Year Coach Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Coaches# AP°
1894 Cal Young/J.A. Church 1–2–1
1895 Percy Benson 4–0
1896 J.F. Frick 2–1
1897 Joe Smith 1–1
1898 Frank W. Simpson 3–1
1899 Frank W. Simpson 3–2–1
1900 Lawrence Kaarsberg 3–3–1
1901 Warren W. Smith 3–4–1
1902 Marion F. Dolph 3–1–3
1903 Warren W. Smith 4–2–1
1904 R.S. Smith 5–3
1905 Bruce Shorts 4–2–2
1906 Hugo Bezdek 5–0–1
1907 Gordon B. Frost 5–1
1908 Robert Forbes 5–2
1909 Robert Forbes 3–3
1910 Bill Warner 4–1
1911 Bill Warner 3–2
1912 Louis Pinkham 3–4
1913 Hugo Bezdek 3–3–1
1914 Hugo Bezdek 4–2–1
1915 Hugo Bezdek 7–2
Pacific Coast Conference (1916–1958)
1916 Hugo Bezdek 7–0–1 T-1st[A 1] W Rose
1917 Hugo Bezdek 4–3 4th
1918 Charles A. Huntington 4–2 2nd
1919 Charles A. Huntington 5–2 1st L Rose
1920 Charles A. Huntington 3–2–1 3rd
1921 Charles A. Huntington 5–1–3 5th
1922 Charles A. Huntington 6–1–1 2nd
1923 Charles A. Huntington 3–4–1 8th
1924 Joe Maddock 4–3–2 6th
1925 Richard Smith 1–5–1 9th
1926 John McEwan 2–4–1 6th
1927 John McEwan 2–4–1 8th
1928 John McEwan 9–2 4th
1929 John McEwan 7–3 T-3rd
1930 Clarence Spears 7–2 4th
1931 Clarence Spears 6–2–2 3rd
1932 Prink Callison 6–3–1 T-5th
1933 Prink Callison 9–1 T-1st
1934 Prink Callison 6–4 4th
1935 Prink Callison 6–3 T-4th
1936 Prink Callison 2–6–1 9th
1937 Prink Callison 4–6 8th
1938 Tex Oliver 4–5 5th
1939 Tex Oliver 3–4–1 5th
1940 Tex Oliver 4–4–1 5th
1941 Tex Oliver 5–5 5th
1942 John A. Warren 2–6 8th
1943 No team (WWII)
1944 No team (WWII)
1945 Tex Oliver 3–6 7th
1946 Tex Oliver 4–4–1 6th
1947 Jim Aiken 7–3 T-2nd
1948 Jim Aiken 9–2 1st L Cotton 9
1949 Jim Aiken 4–6 T-6th
1950 Jim Aiken 1–9 9th
Len Casanova (PCC) (1951–1958)
1951 Casanova 2–8 8th
1952 Casanova 2-7–1 T-6th
1953 Casanova 4–5–1 8th
1954 Casanova 6–4 3rd
1955 Casanova 6–4 4th
1956 Casanova 4–4–2 T-4th
1957 Casanova 7–4 T-1st L Rose 17
1958 Casanova 4–6 5th
Len Casanova (Independent) (1959–1963)
1959 Casanova 8–2
1960 Casanova 7–3–1 L Liberty
1961 Casanova 4–6
1962 Casanova 6–3–1
1963 Casanova 8–3 W Sun
Len Casanova (AAWU) (1964–1966)
1964 Casanova 7–2–1
1965 Casanova 4–5–1 T-6th
1966 Casanova 3–7 8th
Jerry Frei (AAWU) (1967–1967)
1967 Frei 2–8 T-7th
Jerry Frei (Pac-8) (1968–1971)
1968 Frei 4–6 T-5th
1969 Frei 5–5–1 5th
1970 Frei 6–4–1 T-2nd
1971 Frei 5–6 5th
Dick Enright (Pac-8) (1972–1973)
1972 Enright 4–7 T-6th
1973 Enright 2–9 T-5th
Don Read (Pac-8) (1974–1976)
1974 Read 2–9 8th
1975 Read 3–8 6th
1976 Read 4–7 T-7th
Rich Brooks (Pac-8) (1977–1977)
1977 Brooks 3–8 7th
Rich Brooks (Pac-10) (1978–1994)
1978 Brooks 1–10 8th
1979 Brooks 4–7 T-3rd
1980 Brooks 6–3–2 5th
1981 Brooks 2–9 9th
1982 Brooks 2–8–1 9th
1983 Brooks 4–6–1 T-6th
1984 Brooks 6–5 T-7th
1985 Brooks 5–6 6th
1986 Brooks 5–6 7th
1987 Brooks 6–5 T-4th
1988 Brooks 6–6 T-6th
1989 Brooks 8–4 T-2nd W Independence
1990 Brooks 8–4 3rd L Freedom
1991 Brooks 3–8 T-9th
1992 Brooks 6–6 T-6th L Independence
1993 Brooks 5–6 T-8th
1994 Brooks 9–4 7-1 1st L Rose 11 11
Mike Bellotti (Pac-10) (1995–2008)
1995 Bellotti 9–3 6-2 3rd L Cotton 18 18
1996 Bellotti 6–5[A 2] 3-5 T-5th
1997 Bellotti 7–5 3-5 T-7th W Las Vegas
1998 Bellotti 8–4 5-3 T-3rd L Aloha
1999 Bellotti 9–3 6-2 T-2nd W Sun 18 19
2000 Bellotti 10–2 7-1 T-1st W Holiday 9 7
2001 Bellotti 11–1 7-1 1st W Fiesta 2 2
2002 Bellotti 7–6 3-5 8th W Seattle
2003 Bellotti 8–5 5-3 T-3rd L Sun
2004 Bellotti 5–6 4-4 T-5th
2005 Bellotti 10–2 7-1 2nd L Holiday 12 13
2006 Bellotti 7–6 4-5 T-5th L Las Vegas
2007 Bellotti 9–4 5-4 T-4th W Sun 24 23
2008 Bellotti 10–3 7-2 2nd W Holiday 9 10
Chip Kelly (Pac-10) (2009–2010)
2009 Kelly 10–3 8-1 1st L Rose 11 11
2010 Kelly 12–1 9-0 1st L BCS National Championship Game 3 3
Chip Kelly (Pac-12) (2011–2012)
2011 Kelly 12–2 8-1 T-1st (North) W Rose 4 4
2012 Kelly 12–1 8-1 T-1st (North) W Fiesta 2 2
Mark Helfrich (Pac-12) (2013–present)
2013 Helfrich 11–2 7-2 T-1st (North) W Alamo 9 9
2014 Helfrich
Total: 615-473–46
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title
Indicates BCS bowl, Bowl Alliance or Bowl Coalition game. #Rankings from final Coaches' Poll.

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Notes[edit]

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

References[edit]

  1. ^ Borland, Lynn (November 20, 2010). "Legendary coach Gil Dobie's only loss at Washington: his legacy". The Seattle Times. Retrieved 3 November 2011. 
  2. ^ Whiteside, Kelly (August 25, 2006). "Overtime system still excites coaches". USA Today. Retrieved 2008-09-29. 
  3. ^ 2011 Oregon Football. Goducks.com. Retrieved 30 October 2011.
  4. ^ Oregon Yearly Totals. College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 30 October 2011.
  5. ^ Oregon Bowl History. College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 30 October 2011.
  6. ^ Oregon In the Polls. College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 30 October 2011.

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