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TRACK & FIELD
Sat, Aug 30
Football 7:30 PM
vs. South Dakota
Sat, Sep 06
Football 3:30 PM
vs. Michigan State
Sat, Sep 13
Football 11:00 AM
Sat, Sep 20
at Washington State
•1st Team All-Pac-10 (Sporting News, Phil Steele Pub., Rivals.com)
•2nd Team All-Pac-10 (Pac-10 Coaches)
•AT&T All-America Player of the Week (Arizona)
•Walter Camp Player of the Week (Offense) (USC)
•Pac-10 Player of the Week (Offense) (Arizona)
•Team’s Most Outstanding Player (Skeie’s Award)
2009 — For the second straight year, elevated his play in the latter stages of the season to lead his team to a high-profile bowl game – this time the “Granddaddy of Them All” … Scored the go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter of the Rose Bowl against Ohio State and had the Ducks positioned in the Red Zone ready to add to their lead before an Oregon turnover turned the tide in favor of the Buckeyes … His performances down the stretch at Arizona and vs. Oregon State were reminiscent of some of the school's best comebacks in recent memory … Maintaining the persona of a linebacker, brought the Ducks back from a 10-point deficit early in the fourth quarter in Tucson, Ariz., while rallying Oregon from nine-points back early in the third period in the Civil War victory … The second-team Pac-10 all-conference quarterback (Pac-10 coaches) ran for three touchdowns and passed for three more to cement win in double overtime with a 1-yard plunge and earn AT&T All-America national player of the week and Pac-10 offensive player-of-the-week honors against the Wildcats … Despite throwing for 201 yards (14 of 21) and one score against the Beavers, will best be associated with a fourth-down 6-yard run in the final quarter where he ran over a would-be tackler for a first down that allowed his team to maintain possession of the ball … Voted by teammates as a co-recipient of the Ducks' Most Outstanding Player award, parlayed his best overall performance of the season into a convincing win over USC and Walter Camp Football Foundation national offensive player of the week … Completed 19 of 31 passes for 222 yards and one touchdowns against the Trojans to complement his 164 yards and another score on the ground, with his 386 yards of total offense falling one yard shy of his collegiate best against Arizona a year ago … Responded a week later to tally 389 yards of total offense, thanks to a collegiate-high 334 yards passing (21-37) at Stanford … Equaled his Oregon best with a trio of TD passes vs. the Cardinal to add to his 3-yard scoring run … The Pac-10's ninth-leading rusher (55.7 avg.) added 55 yards on the ground against Stanford to surpass Dennis Dixon's (2004-07) Oregon career rushing record by a quarterback, and now has accumulated 1,386 career rushing yards … Returned from an injury, which forced him to miss the win at UCLA, to run for a pair of touchdowns and throw for a third in win over Washington … His 54 rushing yards vs. the Huskies was surpassed only by his previous season-high 84 yards against Purdue as the Ducks' second-leading rusher (668 yards) has tallied a trio of career 100-yard rushing efforts … Ran for touchdowns in nine of 12 games in which he played, and threw for scores in all eight of his Pac-10 appearances … Turned in one of best showings of his Oregon career, completing 84 percent of his passes for three touchdowns and no interceptions against California … Successful on 21 of 25 passes for 253 yards one week after completing only four of 16 attempts for 95 yards and one interception vs. Utah … Completed 14 of 18 passes for 116 yards and one score before a second-quarter injury forced him from the game vs. Washington State … Witnessed his string of consecutive games running for at least one touchdown snapped at six against the Golden Bears … Was victimized by interceptions only six times in 305 attempts on the year, with his unblemished string extending to 138 attempts before suffering his first errant throw in Pac-10 play vs. Arizona State … Rushed for 47 yards and two scores vs. Utah … The Oregon co-captain ranked fourth in the Pac-10 in total offense (234.6 ypg) and second in the league (19th nationally) in points accounted for (14.00 avg.) … Completed 177 of 305 passes for 2,147 yards and 15 touchdowns in 2009, in addition to running for 13 scores … His 2,815 yards of total offense stands eighth on the school's single-season chart and contributed to his 5,277 career total offensive yards (9th on Oregon's all-time ledger) . . . Clocked as team's fastest quarterback during 2010 off-season workouts, completing electronic 40 yards in 4.81, as well as paced teammates at his position with a 455-lb. back squat.
•Pac-10 Player of the Week (Offense) (Arizona State, Arizona)
•Team First-Year Player of the Year (Casanova Award)
2008 — Advanced from potential redshirt and the fifth quarterback in camp to a 10-game starter and the Pac-10’s third-most efficient passer – 45th nationally - (132.0) and eighth-leading rusher – 83rd in the nation - (718 yards, 59.8 ypg) … The Len Casanova Award winner as the team’s most outstanding newcomer set a new UO single-season standard for rushing yards by a quarterback, smashing Reggie Ogburn’s mark of 644 in 1979 … Capped off his remarkable first-year with offensive MVP honors at the Holiday Bowl, leading the Ducks past No. 13 Oklahoma State with 258 yards and one touchdown through the air, and 106 yards and three scores on the ground … Won a pair of Pac-10 player of the week awards, leading the Ducks past Arizona in Week 12 with a conference-best (tie) five total touchdowns (3 rushing, 2 passing), and against Arizona State in Week 9 … Accounted for a season-high 387 yards of total offense against the Wildcats, completing 21 of 26 for a personal-best 298 yards, while adding a game-high 89 yards on the ground … Honored after spearheading a lopsided road win in Tempe, rushing eight times for 85 yards and a TD, and completing 17 of 26 pass attempts for another 147 yards against the Sun Devils … Helped lead the Ducks to their highest point total ever in Pac-10 play (65-38), dismantling Oregon State with 274 passing yards on only 11 (of 17) completions and a career-high three TD passes … Added 53 yards rushing and a TD run against the Beavers … Engineered the winning 74-yard scoring drive against Stanford, completing three passes for 39 yards and rushing twice for 28 yards during a drive that started with 2:18 on the clock and the Ducks trailing 28-27 … The key play against the Cardinal was his 25-yard scamper on 3rd-and-8 from the Stanford 33 … Came within 3 yards of equaling the UO single-game rushing record by a quarterback, racking up 170 yards on 24 carries vs. UCLA … Did not have a rushing touchdown until Oregon’s seventh game of the season, but ran for one or more scores in six of the final seven games, totaling 10 on the season … Over the season’s final three games, he completed 50 of 75 (66.7%) passes for 830 yards and six TDs against one interception, and rushed 38 times for 248 yards (6.5 avg.) and seven scores … His first start came Sept. 20 against Boise State but was forced to exit the game after suffering a concussion on UO’s 14th offensive play … Finished the season ranked fourth in the conference in total offense (205.2 avg.) and sixth in passing yards (145.3 avg.).
BEFORE OREGON — The third-team All-American led CCSF to a junior college national title as a freshman in 2007, completing 61.3 percent of his passes (258-of-421) for 3,592 yards and 30 touchdowns … Also rushed for 448 yards and 11 scores … Earned game MVP honors while completing 19 of 33 passes for 252 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Rams to a 31-28 win over Mt. San Antonio College in the state championship contest … The NorCal Conference offensive player of the year threw for a season-high 407 yards (23-36) and six TDs in just over one half in a 51-20 domination of Los Medanos, and added five scoring passes in win over Foothill College … As a prep athlete, Masoli attended Serra High School in San Mateo, Calif., for three years before spending his senior year at St. Louis High School in Hawaii … Earned first-team all-state basketball honors as a prep senior.
PERSONAL — Born Jeremiah Taeatafa Masoli on August 24, 1988 in San Francisco, Calif. Parents: Kennedy and Linda Masoli. Family: Two brothers, one sister. High School: St. Louis (Hawaii) 2006. Junior College (Head Coach): City College of San Francisco (George Rush) 2008.