Author: Jay Garnett

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The Next Generation of Oregon’s Defense

Oregon’s defense, regardless of their (relatively) amiable performance against Arizona State this past weekend, is bad. Like historically bad. Prior to the game this weekend, the Ducks ranked in the bottom 10 in the country in rushing yards allowed per game,...

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The Oregon Ducks Have Cancerous Flaws

There’s an old saying attributed to English historian and philosopher Thomas Fuller that goes, “The darkest hour is just before the dawn.” I’m sure you’ve heard this saying in one way or another. It’s intended to give hope to those...

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A First Look at Our Alamo Bowl Adversaries

The Pac-12 was left out of the second annual College Football Playoff. The conference ends up as the odd man out one year after the Ducks made it to the football’s final four. Whether you blame it on the nine-game...

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College Football Playoff: Would You Rather …

Let’s play a game of hypotheticals. Say you were Dabo Swinney, head coach of the Clemson Tigers. The Tigers have to be considered the top power in College Football this year, as they have looked impressive during their undefeated run....

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Bye Week Gives Ducks a Chance to Refocus

The Oregon Ducks had this past weekend off, but the rest of the Pac-12 stayed busy as we make our way toward the release of first College Football Playoff Rankings of 2015. In anticipation of their release on November 3, ESPN’s Kevin Gemmell...

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In the Face of Adversity

Let’s talk about toughness. Since the beginning of the Chip Kelly era and the glorious run Duck fans have enjoyed over the past several years, toughness has always been one of the biggest question marks for Oregon football. Do the Ducks...

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Aftershocks: How Can Oregon Recover?

Let’s get this out of the way: Saturday night was an absolute debacle. Our Oregon Ducks were dominated in all phases of the game by the Utah Utes in front of a national audience. I’d like to give Utah all the...