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    Two Non-Conference Matchups Fans Would Dig

    Craig Strobeck With the Ducks setting up a home-and-home against the Nebraska Cornhuskers for the 2016 and 2017 seasons, it doesn’t hurt to ponder which opponents the nation would love to see matchup against Oregon. Clemson Tigers With or without Tajh Boyd, the Clemson Tigers …

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    Oregon’s D Played Well Against the Buffs

    Cliff Grassmick Everyone is talking about how the Oregon defense gave up 374 yards total yards to Colorado on Saturday when they should be talking about how well the Ducks defenders played.  The final score may have shown double digits for the Buffaloes, but it …

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    Oregon Blowouts: PT Now = Experience Going Forward for the Newbs

    Kevin Cline As the Ducks came back out to start the second half last week against Cal, there were considerably fewer fans in the seats than when the game began.  It was the first game of the school year, and the student section was nearly …

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    Which Ducks Will Declare Early for 2014 NFL Draft?

    Kevin Cline It is one of college football’s sharpest double-edged swords: If your program is good, often some of the players are too good to expect them to hang around until their senior year.  Until recently, the Oregon Ducks haven’t had much of a problem with big …

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    PAC Surging, Oregon on Top

    Kevin Cline As non-conference games come to a close, the Pac-12 is getting a lot of love.  Teams such as Washington and Arizona State have exceeded expectations, displacing USC and Oregon State as the next best teams in the Pac-12.  Oregon and Stanford remain among …

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    Oregon’s Tight End ‘Problem’

    Kevin Cline Last week against Tennessee, a scary beast was unleashed for the nation to see.  His name?  Johnny Mundt. It isn’t necessarily that Mundt racked up 121 receiving yards and two touchdowns on five catches that makes him so scary, it’s the fact that …

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    Relentless Chip, Transformative Mark

    Copyright-Andrew Shurtleff Following a career-high in passing yards for Marcus Mariota just three games into the Mark Helfrich era, one is prompted to wonder if that is merely a coincidence.  Against SEC foes and heavier-set defensive lines, Chip Kelly often stuck to his guns, running …

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    Will Thomas Tyner See More Action Against Vols?

    Kevin Cline The highly-anticipated debut of true freshman RB, Thomas Tyner, did not disappoint.  On his first carry, he scored on a 3-yard touchdown run, powering through last-effort tackles by Virginia at the goal line.  On his fourth carry, he scored on a 31-yard touchdown run …

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    True Freshmen Tyner, Robinson Ready to Debut!

     Gary Breedlove As another heralded recruiting class signed their LOIs in February, the Ducks see one of the most potent freshman classes they have ever assembled.  Signing 4-star recruits such as Cameron Hunt and Matt Wogan, help ensure the stability of the Green and Yellow for years to come.  …

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    Oshay Dunmore: Coming to a Defense Near You

    Kevin Cline Next up on the newcomer player profile: redshirt freshman defensive back Oshay Dunmore One of the few Oregon preps to receive an offer from the Ducks, Oshay Dunmore hails from Newport, Oregon, and was an all-state athlete in both football and track and …

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