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    What We Learned: 11 Newbs Critical to the Ducks’ Championship Run

    Through three glorious weeks of college football, teams across the country have had their depth tested. Look to the east and observe a USC defensive line run over by a mediocre Boston College team in a below-average ACC conference. Look to the south and see …

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    Three Predictions Kirk Herbstreit Wants Back

    It would be quite a mixed bag to be a nationally recognized TV analyst. Private flights, shocking paychecks, and tailored suits would often be overshadowed by ignorant twitter fights, unfair accusations of homer-ism, and those pesky “expert” picks gone wrong. It isn’t easy to have …

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    Three Reasons To Be An Idyllic Duck Fan After Week One

    1. You (likely) don’t live in South Carolina. After brutal beatdowns by a combined 48 points, both of South Carolina’s major universities are suffering from opening day hangovers that won’t be soon forgotten, even with copious consumption of bourbon and barbecue. If you also observed …

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    4 Things Some Duck Fans Had Forgotten in 2013

    Craig Strobeck 1. Oregon has the ability to win a close game (though not on the leg of their kicker) — For those questioning Oregon’s heart these past few weeks, a gritty performance by Josh Huff reminded fans that Oregon hasn’t completely lost its mojo.  …

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    5 Reasons the Oregon Ducks Will Regroup and Win the Civil War

    If you grew up playing the original Nintendo system, you might be familiar with an old arcade game called “Marble Madness.”  We’re talking about the first Nintendo – you know the one: a directional pad, the shiny red A and B buttons, Select, and Start button.  A sleek …

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    Inside the Arizona Wildcat Locker Room

    David Pyles The cool Saturday was clothed in dreary gray with uncharacteristically wet weather, and it only got drearier in Tuscan for the No. 5 Oregon Ducks.  Although most in press row wondered aloud if Arizona had publicized the contest at all when the game kicked …

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    Five Football Reflections From Epic Songwriters

    Craig Strobeck 1. “The world is a vampire, sent to drain.” — Billy Corgan, Smashing Pumpkins. My feelings this past weekend after the Oregon vs Stanford tilt on Thursday night are as close a Duck fan could get to having the life blood drained from …

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    5 Things the College Football World Missed Last Saturday

    Craig Strobeck With the Ducks enjoying extra preparation before next week’s Cardinalgeddon in Palo Alto, outside of a wild Northwestern vs Nebraska finish, the college football slate was fairly blasé.  What more could one expect on a Duckless football Saturday than listless, unsatisfying competition?  Here’s …

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    Five Things Brent Musburger Learned On Saturday

    Craig Strobeck 1.  The Autzen Avalanche is real.  Multiple reports from Saturday night’s game confirm that the home of the Ducks was absolutely rocking during the last 20 minutes against UCLA.  It is a certainty that a PAC-12 title game in Eugene would present a …

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    Top 5 Takeaways From Saturday for the Neo-Duck

    Craig Strobeck We’ll cut to the chase: 1.  Gary Campbell is a coaching superhero.  Forget all about Thor, Ironman or Tony Robbins, I want running backs coach Campbell as my life coach and mentor. Remember those early season complaints that Byron Marshall didn’t have the vision, …

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