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Justin Flowe

Justin Flowe

Justin Flowe

Justin Flowe

Originally from Connecticut, Justin Flowe is a healthy lifestyle blogger who is experienced in expert interviews and recipe development. His approach is slow and steady, and he loves the process.

ORegon

SOURCES: Oregon LB Justin Flowe, the former 5-star, is expected to be out the length of the regular season, if not the rest of the year due to foot injury. LBs Dru Mathis and Jackson LaDuke are also expected to be sidelined with injuries for an extended length of time. (Source: www.nbcsports.com)

The Ducks have needed young linebackers like Jeffrey Bassa and Keith Brown to step up, and they've done just that. Oregon has improved defending the run game compared to last season, and those guys, along with Noah Sewell and Nate Heaukulani, have really shored up the middle of the defense amidst the wave of injuries. (Source: www.si.com)

Duck

Flowe's only appearance in 2021 showed the caliber of talent and explosiveness that the Ducks will be getting once he's fully healthy. He tallied a team-best 14 tackles along with a forced fumble and a tackle for loss against Fresno State, earning him Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honors.

It’ll be the first time this season Oregon has had a night-time kick off. The Ducks opened with an 11 a.m. game against Fresno State, started at noon Columbus time against Ohio State last weekend and will play at 4:30 p.m. Saturday against Stony Brook in the nonconference finale. (Source: www.registerguard.com)

Term

Cristobal said in September after Flowe missed the Ohio State game that he was unsure of how long he'd be sidelined, but that "it's a pretty significant injury, so we don't know. [We're] always hopeful, but it seems to be a little bit longer term than anything else."

Ducks coach Mario Cristobal called Flowe's injury "pretty significant" in his news conference on Monday, saying it could keep Flowe out "longer term." Cristobal also announced veteran tight end Cam McCormick suffered a season-ending leg injury in Saturday's game. (Source: theathletic.com)

Mario

Mario Cristobal spoke with the media Wednesday ahead of the Ducks' matchup against Washington State on Saturday. He confirmed that Justin Flowe would miss the remainder of the season and that his return would be in the spring.

Ducks coach Mario Cristobal called Flowe's injury "pretty significant" in his news conference on Monday, saying it could keep Flowe out "longer term." Cristobal also announced veteran tight end Cam McCormick suffered a season-ending leg injury in Saturday's game. (Source: theathletic.com)

 

 

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