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  • Desean And Oski Wide

    Chip Sends DeSean Jackson a Brushback Pitch!

    FishDuck.com is now doing a Chip Kelly update every Friday?  You thought we were just an OREGON site and proud of it?  That has been true to date, but there is just too much curiosity surrounding Coach Kelly as to how progress is going, the …

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  • Searching Old Ducks For A New TAZR

    Recently, I had a conversation regarding which former Ducks would excel in the current version of the Ducks offensive attack. It surprised me initially at just how quickly we could rattle off a handful of names and began discussing why each would or wouldn’t be a good fit. Deciding …

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  • Oregon’s Underrated/Outstanding Defensive Backs

    Before anything else, one word usually comes to mind when people hear about the Oregon Ducks, “Offense.” The Ducks have finished among the elite in the national standings over each of the past six years in terms of total offense, and have developed quite a …

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  • Meet Your New Ducks: Have No Fear, Your Backup Cornerback is Here

    After introducing Eric Amoako, it is now time to profile his oh-so-talented twin brother Stephen Amoako.  You may not have heard of either of these guys; however, being that they were offered scholarships by Chip Kelly and spent a year under his watch warrants them …

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  • Pac12

    Surprises A Plenty at NBA Draft

    The 2013 NBA Draft was one of many story lines.  It was commissioner David Stern’s last NBA draft as he is set to retire this upcoming February.  The consensus projected number one pick, Nerlens Noel, fell all the way to the New Orleans Pelicans at number 6 …

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  • Recruiting Update: Top-5 Tailback Eyes Oregon

    Football Recruiting Offers At the turn of the month, Oregon landed a haymaker against national competition. Prized backfield prospect Joe Mixon (5-Star/Oakley, CA/Rivals#4 RB) received a long-awaited Ducks offer and guaranteed an appearance in Eugene in the near future. “I was so hyped when (Coach …

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  • Floyd Rhea – One “Scrappy” Lineman

    “Black Momba”.  “Super Mariota”.  New additions to a prolific history of great Duck nicknames.  Another great one?  “Scrappy.”   As in, Floyd “Scrappy/Scrap Iron” Rhea, one of the more interesting linemen to play for Oregon in the early 1940′s. Born in Rhea’s Mill, Arkansas on September …

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    2013 Ten Most Important Players, No. 1-5

    Welcome back for the second of my two part segment.  The wait is now over as I release my top five most important players for the upcoming season.  I know many of you will have differing opinions on who should be in the top five …

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  • Have Football, Get Students

    “…it has been my longstanding belief that The Big Ten’s schools would forgo the revenues in those circumstances and instead take steps to downsize the scope, breadth and activity of their athletic programs…” – Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany, on how his member universities would …

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  • Ducks pound Rice 11-0, Force Final Game Monday!

    From Oregon Sports Media EUGENE, Ore. – Jeff Gold did his part to keep Oregon’s season alive and he got plenty of help from the No. 9 Oregon Ducks’ offense in a 11-0 win over No. 20 Rice in the Eugene Regional Tournament on Sunday …

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