Oregon WR Devon Allen wins NCAA Track and Field national title

It’s well known that Devon Allen is a phenomenal receiver. In 2014, he hauled in 41 passes for 684 yards and racked up seven touchdowns. But football isn’t the only area Allen excels in. Despite a knee injury that kept him off of the field for all but six games last season, Allen was able to perform well in Friday’s track and field competition.

On Friday, Allen received his second NCAA title, winning the 110-meter hurdles with a 13.50 second finishing time.

TrackTown USA tweeted a photo of Allen along with the announcement of his win:

Different race.
Same result.
Devon Allen is your #NCAATF 110m Hurdle Champion. pic.twitter.com/ZV0jHiek1C

— TrackTown USA (@GoTrackTownUSA) June 11, 2016

Allen’s first time to win the title was in 2014. He was hoping to repeat the accomplishment in 2015, but the same injury that sidelined him in football also took him out of the running for the year’s Track and Field competition.

Now that he’s taken home this year’s title, the Ducks are hoping he can produce just as well on the football field this season.

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*Featured Photo (above) credit to Twitter