Oregon offensive line named a semifinalist for Joe Moore Award
Oregon’s offensive line has blocked for one of the better offenses in the Pac-12. As such, the unit was named a semifinalist for the Joe Moore Award on Tuesday.
The award goes out to the best offensive line in all of college football each year.
Oregon leads the Pac-12 with 540 total offensive yards per game. The other Pac-12 teams up for the award are Washington and Oregon State.
Bucky Irving is third in the conference when it comes to rushing yards with 939.
The Ducks also have the 2nd-best passing offense (338.7 ypg) in the conference. Bo Nix is 4th in the Pac-12 in passing yards with 3,135 on the year. He has accounted for 34 total touchdowns with just 2 interceptions.
A Pac-12 team has never won the Joe Moore Award before. Michigan has taken home the honor in the last 2 seasons.
The other teams up for the award are Georgia, Kansas State, Texas, Notre Dame, LSU, Tennessee, Missouri, Michigan, and Florida State.
The finalists will be announced on Dec. 5.