Oregon Ducks Pasadena Tickets
The famous Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena is the place to be as the dominant Oregon Ducks of the PAC 12 Conference stop by ‘The City of Roses.’ The Ducks will face off against their conference rivals UCLA Bruins at home. The team from Oregon University is hungry for a crucial away win as it will widen their chances to bag the PAC 12 Championship and get one step closer to a potential National title shot. Coach Mark Helfrich has greatly strengthened his squad with the addition of players such as Thomas Tyner and Byron Marshal. So grab Oregon Ducks Pasadena tickets right away.
The city of Pasadena in Los Angeles County presents a thrilling game of football as the dangerous Oregon Ducks stop by the ‘Rose Town.’ Home to UCLA Bruins, the Rose Bowl stadium will serve as the venue between these two PAC 12 rivals. Expect a closely contested game as both sides have a formidable squad of players. The Ducks have not shown any sign of weakness since the departure of the team’s former head coach, Chip Kelly. The addition of Mark Helfrich has only strengthened their resolve to prove why Oregon University has the best football program in the country.
In 2013, Oregon Ducks finished the PAC 12 North standings tied with Stanford Cardinal. Helfrich was not satisfied with a tie for first place and is determined to take the Ducks to the top of the division standings unopposed. Both the players and the coaching staff have worked tirelessly during the offseason as they are on a mission to claim the PAC 12 Championship as well as a shot at the National title. The Ducks have added new talented players to their roster. Among these are Byron Marshall and Thomas Tyner who have strengthened the side’s running back positions. The team has also beefed up the defensive line so that that the Ducks are not pushed around by the likes of USC, Stanford and UCLA.
The upcoming game against the Bruins is crucial to their success. So buy your Oregon Ducks Pasadena tickets and don’t miss to watch the exciting action live from the stands.