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    Friday Night Lights to College Gameday

    Imagine walking into Autzen Stadium for the first time on a Saturday afternoon. What do you experience? Are you overwhelmed by the sixty thousand fans screaming “O?” Do you feel lost in a sea of green and yellow jerseys? Or are you intimidated by the …

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  • Jeff Lockie 10 UCLA13CS

    The Waiting Game

      Who is the first player that comes to mind when you think of the Oregon Ducks football team? Marcus Mariota? Ifo Ekpre-Olomu? What about the players who dedicate just as much of their time and work ethic, and don’t see much (if any) playing time? It’s …

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    One Goal, One Word: Shutout

    The safety: the last line of defense, constantly going in and out of attack mode, able to sift through offensive structures and break them down.  Arguably the position that gives the quarterback the most trouble, due to the safety’s ability to move undetected.  The Oregon Ducks …

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  • Johnny Mundt 19 Utah13CS E1398570525206

    Johnny Mundt in a Tight Race at Tight End

    You may have been asking yourself this question: who’s name will be called at tight end for the Oregon Ducks this season?  Last season the Ducks had several weapons at this essential position that started with Colt Lyerla, followed by Johnny Mundt, and ultimately finishing …

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  • Tyler Johnstone 4 Washington State13CS

    Tyler Johnstone — ‘The Guy’ for ‘The Job’

    If you ask anybody to take on the job of blocking a 6’4″, 250 lb. linebacker running at full speed, I’ll bet few would be up for the job.  This is something Tyler Johnstone, starting offensive lineman for the Oregon Ducks, embraces — and lives for. …

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    No. 1 Oregon: Play Ultimate. Be Ultimate.

    In every sport, you have your big names: Nick Saban, Mike Krzyewski, Pat Summitt, all who embody different styles of coaching and yet have national title banners hanging in their respected arenas.  But what makes each of these coaches great?  Heart.  Sure, a national championship …

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