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    More Air-Time For Mariota in 2013?

    I have been picking up on some interesting signs lately in regards to the Ducks, Mark Helfrich, and how the next era of Oregon offense could potentially go.  Now, I am definitely not psychic; if I was I would have won the lottery by now …

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    Oregon Baseball is Back! Ducks Blank Rainbows 3-0

    If there were any concerns about having Jake Reed at the top of the rotation, they were put to rest quickly as the sophomore ace was nearly flawless in the Ducks’ season opening 3-0 victory in Hawai’i. Reed (1-0) pitched six shutout innings, striking out …

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  • Who Would Pac-12 Coaches Be If They Were on The Walking Dead?

    With Signing Day come and gone, and the Spring Game still two months away, we’ve now reached the one of the quietest periods of the sports year: six weeks of post-Super Bowl, pre-March Madness doldrums.  While the Ducks’ basketball teams are in full swing, those …

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  • Oregon Unknowns: Ducks Win The Northwest Championship

    This continues a new Friday series: the OREGON UNKNOWNS, where we look at interesting aspects about our beloved Ducks that few fans know about.  In the 1980 season, Oregon notched victories against each of the other three Northwest schools: Oregon State, Washington, and Washington State.  …

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    Alone in First After Sweeping UW: Sweetness in Seattle

    SEATTLE – When Oregon’s E.J. Singler hit a fade-away, falling out of bounds three-pointer to complete a quick 7-0 run to open the game Wednesday night at Hec Edmundson Pavilion, the Ducks sent a strong message to the Washington players and the Seattle crowd. Oregon …

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    History Shows that Four Straight BCS Bowls Warrants Elite Status for the Ducks

    We all remember what happened back in September of 2009. In perhaps the worst start to a season (and a new era under head coach Chip Kelly) imaginable, the Ducks’ nationally renowned offense was held to 152 total yards in a 19-8 loss to Boise …

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  • Recruiting Update: Helfrich’s NSD Success Already Carrying Over

    Football Recruiting News It’s been exactly one week since Oregon inked 19 preps.  You know what that means?!  Just under a year until the hysteria of National Signing Day comes around again.  (For a quick analysis of all 19 Oregon signees by Head Coach Mark …

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  • FLYOVER COUNTRY—Next Man In

    This is not my regular column because the topic is not about anything that regularly happens with Oregon Football. Chip Kelly has departed for the Philadelphia Eagles. To that I am inclined to say only, “Thanks Chip and good luck.” The man doesn’t technically owe …

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  • All-Hands Team Member — Darren Carrington Jr.

    When a team expects an onside kick they send out what is known as the hands-team, a group player most likely to be able to grab and hang onto a short kick before the kicking team can arrive.  If there were a hands-team for receivers …

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  • Out of the Desert, But Can He Teach Shakespeare?

    Out of the Desert, But Can He Teach Shakespeare? ANOTHER IN A SERIES FROM OUR FRIENDS AT MIGHTY OREGON AN INTERVIEW WITH ISAAC REMINGTON By Dusty Ritter  As a native of Queen Creek Arizona, Isaac Remington escaped the desert heat and started fresh in the …

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