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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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  • Flores: Grading Mark Helfrich’s first year as Oregon’s head coach

    It would have been hard for photographers at the Valero Alamo Bowl postgame press conference to snap a shot of Mark Helfrich without a smile on his face. Oregon’s first-year head coach sat between seniors Josh Huff and Avery Patterson with a bottle of Gatorade Propel Zero in his hands and seemed to enjoy answering […]

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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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    The Winning Mindset

    Attitude is everything.  And, while it was only two Ducks who expressed disappointment not being able to play in the National Championship, one has to wonder if that attitude has affected the rest of the team. To many fans it was disheartening to hear Josh …

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    ‘Zona Fans “Bear Down” and Warm Up Bottle Throwing Arms as Oregon Comes Calling

    While it’s not a “day that will live in infamy” to the same degree as Pearl Harbor, today is an anniversary of it’s own.  It was four years ago tonight that Oregon cheerleader Katelynn Johnson was struck in the head by a thrown water bottle …

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    Upset Weekend — Comin’ at Ya

    Matt Topolewski As I’ve said before, I’m a sucker for an upset.  And, after last Saturday’s miserable schedule, I’m happy to report that the college football gods have granted us some superb match-ups this weekend.  Not only will these games be entertaining, but there’s also …

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    Pac-12 Tracker: September’s End Brings Definitive North vs. South Clashes

    Kevin Cline Something will have to give this week in the Pac-12. After mostly crushing non-conference opponents this season (Pac-12 has gone 26-4 so far) and waging an assault on the national statistics, the attention focuses closer to home as conference play begins in earnest. As young …

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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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    Pac-12 Talent Rankings: Enough to Move Up?

    Kevin Cline Last week, we looked at the significance of talent and recruiting rankings. This week, we begin counting down to the most talented roster in the Pac-12. Below is an explanation of the tier-system used to compile the data: Tier-E: 5-star rating by at …

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  • Side effect of "The Weiner Condition"; severe creepiness.

    “The Weiner Condition”

    Side effect of “The Weiner Condition”; severe creepiness. Folks, this past week saw the resurgence of an old time ailment. A dangerous condition which, doctors and researchers both agree, causes people to behave in a completely unprofessional, embarrassing, dimwitted manner. At its crux, this ailment …

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