By Adam Rittenberg, ESPN: Bo Nix didn’t want to leave Oregon with any regrets. He also is having too much fun playing college football.
Nix is back for a second season with the Ducks and a fifth in college football after a resurgent performance in 2022. He set career highs by wide margins in several categories, including passing yards (3,593), passing touchdowns (29), rushing touchdowns (14), rushing yards (510) and completion percentage (71.9).
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Oregon QB Bo Nix is entering his fifth collegiate season. "At some point, I was kind of eager to go to the NFL, and then I figured out, you know, college football is fun," he told ESPN.
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