Oregon Football: The Top 5 Plays of LaMichael James' Career
Oregon Duck fans have been lucky over the past three years as they were given the opportunity to watch the development of LaMichael James at Oregon.
James has done an outstanding job since starting for the Ducks and is the only player in Pac-12 history to post three 1,500-yard seasons.
Now that James has moved on to the NFL, here is a look back at the five best plays of his amazing career at Oregon.
No. 5: 2010 vs. Stanford
One thing the Ducks will miss is the fact that LaMichael James could hit the hole faster than most backs in the nation.
While this run appears to be well-blocked and easy on James, look at the small crease he attacks and how quickly he gets through it as he puts the final nail in Stanford.
Fast forward to 1:10 to see it unfold.
No. 4: 2011 vs. Missouri State
No. 3: 2009 vs. USC
When the Ducks were on the road to a conference title in 2009, they unseated USC at home. James is known for his outstanding conditioning that could help wear down teams.
Fast forward to 3:07 and watch James continue to push and not give up on this run.
No. 2: 2010 vs. Tennesee
No. 1: 2009 vs. UCLA
In his first year as starter, LaMichael James had an outstanding season. When the Ducks headed to UCLA for a road game, Oregon found itself on its own 1-yard line before James pulled off this run.
Fast forward to 3:25 to check it out or enjoy the entire countdown from his freshman season.