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    Sweet Easter Greetings From Fish & Friends

    The arrival of Spring indicates two things in the Pacific Northwest.  It means that the rain is slightly warmer, and it means the Easter season is upon us.  Easter has some very serious and genuine significance behind it, but this only makes it that much …

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    Pac-12 Power Positions: A 12-pack of PAC-12 Fleet-Footed Wide Receivers

    Months away from the start of football season, what’s a football fan to do to feed the addiction to college football than to look at the best returning players for next year. The Pac-12 has a lot of amazing talent coming back at every position …

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    Predictive Recruiting Analysis: Pac-12 Rankings, Top Recruits

    With the 2014 recruiting cycle ending in five weeks, those teams atop the conference recruiting rankings are beginning to separate themselves.  Currently sitting atop these rankings is none other than the Oregon Ducks.  In question, however, is whether or not they can maintain their position. …

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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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    Pac-12 Tracker: North Division is Dominating

    Steve Francis Some early North-South separation and blowouts marked Week 5 of the Pac-12 football season.  So far, the North clearly looks to be the stronger of the two divisions, and could make a legitimate case for being the “toughest” division in all of college football. Outside of …

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    Stanford Faces Devilish Test in ASU

    Kevin Cline Since our Ducks rest up this coming weekend and have an extra week of preparation for Cal (like it’s needed with the way their defense has played), I thought it fitting to talk about the big showdown between Stanford and Arizona State  – and …

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    PAC-12 Talent Rankings: Looking to Break Through

    Last week, we looked at #12 through #9 of the Pac-12 Talent Rankings. This week, we profile four more squads. Below is an explanation of our tier-system used to compile the data: Tier-E: 5-star rating by at least one service Tier-1: 4-star rating by at least two …

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  • A Look at PAC-12 Returning Starters

    With a maximum four-year career in NCAAF, player turnover year-to-year creates questions under the best of circumstances.  It gets even tougher when players have stellar seasons and then bolt for the NFL as soon as they are draft-eligible. The NCAA defines a returning starter as a player who started a minimum …

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  • Irvin Solid as Ducks Crush Devils to Avoid Sweep in Tempe

    Newsflash: Cole Irvin is the real deal.  The freshman phenom from southern California has been one the best pitchers that Oregon has put on the mound this season.  Irvin pitched seven innings and allowed just three runs to earn another quality start, and improve his record …

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  • Oregon’s Offense Explodes But Pitching Implodes Against Devils

    The Ducks ended up on the losing end of yet another unexpected line score from Pac-12 play on Saturday night, as Arizona State found a way to really crack the Oregon pitching staff to win game two of their series,14-9.  The line score was unexpected …

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