Well done:Kenjon Barner, Three-Time Super Bowl Champion, Inducted into Oregon Hall of Fame…

Kenjon Barner, Former Oregon Duck Running Back, to Be Inducted into the Oregon Hall of Fame for 2024

Former Oregon Duck Running Back Kenjon Barner to be Inducted into Oregon Hall of Fame for 2024

The announcement comes just in time, as the three-time Super Bowl champion is in Eugene to guest coach the Oregon spring football game on Saturday, April 27th.

One of the most-beloved Ducks ever, Barner played running back for the Ducks from 2009-2012. Under then-Oregon coach Chip Kelly, Barner earned consensus All-American honors in 2012. One of the most-memorable Barner moments came vs. USC in 2023, when the southern-California native set a school-record 321 rushing yards on a career-high 38 attempts and tied for a career-high five touchdowns.

Barner played in the NFL from 2013-2022. Barner has won the Super Bowl three times (Philadelphia Eagles, New England Patriots, Tampa Bay Buccaneers.)

There are five more Ducks being enshrined into the Oregon Hall of Fame: five-time NCAA champion Laura Roesler, 2010 Jack Nicklaus Award winner Eugene Wong, baseball All-American Tyler Anderson, softball All-American Alexa Peterson and volleyball All-American Lauren Plum.

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