Ranking each Oregon offensive coordinator over the last decade

New Oregon offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Will Stein leads a drill.
New Oregon offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Will Stein leads a drill. / Chris Pietsch/The Register-Guard / USA
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Oregon is heading to the Big Ten. With some of the most dominant defenses in their future, the Ducks will have to fine-tune their offense to continue producing on the largest of stages.

Head coach Dan Lanning and offensive coordinator Will Stein have created superior offenses over their two seasons with the Ducks.

Time will only tell if Lanning and Stein will be able to do the same in their new conference.

Over the past decade, Oregon has had seven offensive coordinators, including Stein, who have led the Ducks to varying levels of success on the field.

Here is my current ranking for Oregon’s offensive coordinators from the past 10 years:

. Kenny Dillingham. 7. 515. Offensive Coordinator. 2022-23. . Kenny Dillingham. player. Kenny

Kenny Dillingham's team scored 3 points against the Georgia Bulldogs. The Ducks lost 3-49.

That speaks for itself.

515. Matt Lubick. Matt Lubick. . Offensive Coordinator. 2016. 6. player. . Matt Lubick

Not only did Matt Lubick lead the Oregon offense for just one season, but the Ducks also finished the year at 4-8 overall with embarrassing losses to Colorado, Washington State, Oregon State, and Stanford.

Lubick had the Ducks running a no-huddle, spread offense for most of the season, and seemingly refused to change his ways despite a lack of in-game success.

Oregon’s highest-scoring game in 2016 was against UC Davis when the Ducks eked out 53 points.

Against the fifth-ranked Washington Huskies, Oregon only scored 20 points for a season-low.

Lubick’s inability to lead the Ducks to better offensive performances was a large part of why the team was so unsuccessful during the 2016 season.