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    College Fantasy Football Week 3: Can’t Go Wrong if His Last Name Is Hill

    For the third consecutive week, my college team has put up huge fantasy numbers. That was thanks in large part to my starting quarterbacks, Kenny and Taysom Hill (not related) of Texas A&M and BYU, who scored 34 and 31 points respectively. Connor Halliday led …

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    Spring Football Questions As Pondered by FishDuck

    Spring football gets underway around the Pacific Northwest this week.  Looking forward, Duck fans have a few questions for the 2014/15 campaign.  Will the linebackers step up?  Is the offensive line improved?  After they lose for the 11th time in a row, can we expect …

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    College Football Nation: SEC Rules and SEC! SEC! SEC!

    First off, it has been a busy week for me.  Not so much with National Signing Day (NSD) and paying attention to recruiting but more on the family aspect.  My wife and I welcomed our 2nd child on February 1st.  I know she will be …

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    Oregon Football Recruiting Cycle Ending with Fab Five Finish

    Kevin Cline Usually, early December is far too early to accurately predict an Oregon recruiting class, but this year might be the exception.  After landing their 15th verbal commitment earlier in the week from JUCO stud Offensive Guard Haniteli Lousi, it appears that the Ducks …

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    College Football Nation: Duke does it again and Oregon is back in it

      College football was fun today.  There were so many entertaining games on all at once I don’t think I kept the TV on the same channel for more than a few minutes at a time.  We had the exciting finish down at Auburn, while …

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    Oregon’s Red Carpet Top-5 Match-ups

    Craig Strobeck Now that we are closing in on the last third of the season, I thought I would take the chance to rank the top 5 match-ups I would like to see for Oregon.  Most of these matchups are unlikely to happen, but a …

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    Disregard the Meaningless BCS Standings . . . for now

    Craig Strobeck Every year, the media (ESPN, especially) loves to talk about the much-anticipated BCS standings.  Assorted computers have churned out their initial numbers, electronically ranking the country’s best teams but at this point, it’s not the focus for most programs.  The Ducks debut at …

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    Alabama Is Not “The Boogeyman”

    Matt Topolewski I’m a real sucker for upsets and underdogs when it comes to college football games.  So I was a little disappointed when Oregon State, Michigan and USC, were all just barely able to squeak out wins in their games last Saturday, albeit highly …

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    Is the SEC’s BCS Rep in Trouble?

    Craig Strobeck It has been labeled as the top conference in all of college football.  That is the reputation the SEC has been adorned with, largely on the back of its member schools having won seven consecutive BCS National Championship Games; something the conference has …

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    BCS Review: Who has impressed the most?

    Copyright-Andrew Shurtleff The BCS elites did nothing to tarnish their sparkling starts after the second week of the campaign’s March to Pasadena, but this weekend had exuberance nonetheless.  The nation’s top five teams saw only minor change, but upsets and rebounding teams have once again changed …

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