Very few coaches in the Pac-12 are feeling sorry for Chip Kelly and the Oregon Ducks because of the…
Named to Watch List for Walter Camp Award
Thomas was the 2011 Pac-12 Conference co-Offensive Freshman-of-the-Year and Oregon's co-Most Outstanding Player recipient emerged as one of the nation's most electrifying playmakers last year as a true freshman. Thomas finished 10th in the country in kickoff returns (27.3 avg.) and 11th in all-purpose yards (159.6 avg.) a year ago while accumulating 595 rushing yards and 605 yards on 46 receptions.
Friday's media release indicated Thomas ranked second on the team in scoring (110 points), his totals included touchdown runs of 91 and 64 yards in the Rose Bowl win over Wisconsin.
The watch list will be narrowed to 10 semifinalists in mid-November, with the winner to be announced Dec. 6 on ESPN's SportsCenter telecast.
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