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    Oregon’s Bitter Rival Delivers Another Blow

    Craig Strobeck One of the complaints of the modern shift in college football, with conference realignment and the addition of a playoff amongst other changes, is the end of annual matchups in many historical rivalries.  Yet it is Oregon’s biggest rival in recent years, the …

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    Finally, We Meet Again

    Kevin Cline Thursday, Nov. 7th.  That’s the date that has been circling our minds since last year’s OT thriller/bummer against the Cardinal.  Thursday, Nov. 7th.  That’s the date that we have all been waiting for to get our revenge for what was taken from us. …

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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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    BCS Preview

    Kevin Cline It’s here! The time of year we all yearn for! An ongoing fiesta has engulfed Duck fans since Oregon’s victory over Kansas State last January. Fans across the country have been anxiously waiting to commence another journey towards destiny.  The highly anticipated college …

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  • Get pumped for the College Football Playoff!

    January 1st, 2015.  The day college football fans have been awaiting ever since the implementation of the BCS, the College Football Playoff (it’s literally called that) is almost here!  Beginning with the 2014-15 season, a committee will select the nations’ top-four teams based on regular …

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  • Freshmen Who Can Lead the Ducks to Pasadena

    It’s summertime here in Eugene, Oregon, and that only means one thing to the Duck faithful; football season is looming right around the corner.  Summer workouts have officially begun as the new highly touted freshman class flocks in from all over the nation to join …

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