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    Kani Benoit: The Small Division Underdog

    Kani Benoit*, a redshirt freshman from Phoenix, Arizona, thought it was over. His dream of playing football for a top-tier program seemed unattainable. Though he received initial offers from 10 schools, he had trouble keeping them. And Oregon was really the only one in the …

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    Keanon Lowe: Senior, Leader, and Now Oregon’s Top Returning WR

    EUGENE, Oreg. – 22-19. Those were the numbers on the scoreboard as time expired in the 2011 BCS National Championship game.  The heart of Oregon Duck fans around the country melted as the opportunity to win a national title had come and gone.  No crystal …

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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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    College Football Nation: Sunshine State Beat-Down and Little Brother Wins B1G

      If you were looking for upsets this week then just stop reading now.  We had many of the top teams on a bye week, while the others took care of business between the stripes.  College football fans will have much to look forward to next week, …

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    A Legacy to be Determined

    Kevin Cline Bye weeks should provide teams the opportunity to rest tired legs, get healthy and have a mental refresher.  But for this team, the pressure is always on.  The Ducks won’t play their next game until Thursday, November 7th.  And you would be right in …

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    Duck Fans Should Hold off on the “We want Bama” Chant — for now

     Mathew Topolewski  So far, this season has been played out just as it was scripted: Mark Helfrich has effortlessly made the transition to head coach, Marcus Mariota is even better than last year and has yet to throw an interception, even with De’Anthony Thomas sidelined …

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    Ducks Control Their Own Fate

    Craig Strobeck With the release of the first BCS standings on Sunday night, Florida State – surprising to some – beat out Oregon for the No. 2 spot. After an impressive beat down of then No. 3-ranked Clemson, the Noles shot up past Oregon, who have …

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    After Passing First Test, Ducks Must Avoid “Cardinal-ing it”

    from Video All the doubt about what the Mighty Ducks could do against a tough team evaporated last Saturday when they defeated the Washington Huskies.  While the Ducks had an easy schedule the first half of the season, they were still virtually untested while holding …

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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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