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    For Oregon Football, the Time is Now

    For the last half-decade, Oregon football has been one of a handful of teams that has been, at some point during each season, a true contender for a national championship.  For a variety of reasons they have fallen short of attaining this goal.  They have …

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  • DeAnthony Thomas 22 Virginia13Shurtleff E1392262254358

    DAT’s Replacement by Committee

    As Oregon’s 2013 football season came to a close, the majority opinion was, “the sooner the better.”  It’s a testament to how high the bar has been raised at Oregon that another double-digit win season, capped with a bowl victory, was cause for disappointment. However, …

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  • Byron Marshall 23 OSU12KC

    Pac-12 Power Positions: Running Backs

    With months to go before the start of the 2014 football season, we’re forced to feed our football addiction by taking a look at some of the returning talent.  Throughout the Pac-12 this last year, running backs dazzled fans all over the conference and kept …

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    Clarifying The Ducks’ Cluttered Backfield

    With an all-time top ten list featuring players like Derek Loville, Saladin McCullough, Reuben Droughns, Jonathan Stewart, LaMichael James and Kenjon Barner — the Oregon football program has always done well with running backs.  The way they have been used has evolved over the years, …

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  • DeAnthony Thomas 95 Utah13CS E1390696467242

    Is There Life After DAT?

    DeAnthony Thomas’ time at Oregon was like one of his scorching touchdown plays: it went by in a flash.  From his first game against LSU to his final appearance (if it can be called that) against Texas, DAT was the equivalent of a human meteor. …

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    A Wave of Change Engulfs the Football Program

    Another football season has come and gone.  Overall, it was another successful run for the Ducks, even if they did not meet their ultimate goals.  Another 11-win season.  Another win in a bowl game.  Another top-ten ranking to wrap up the year. Mark Helfrich proved …

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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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  • Countdown to the Alamo Bowl: How Oregon’s and Texas’ running backs stack up

    In the days leading up to the 2013 Alamo Bowl, the Emerald will take a unit-by-unit look at Oregon and Texas, determining which team has the edge going into the showdown on Dec. 30 in San Antonio. Today, we’ll look at each team’s running backs, with thoughts on Texas from Wescott Eberts of Burnt Orange Nation. Oregon The […] Continue reading

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    Ducks Rebound vs. Utah: Game Notes & Recruiting Analysis

    Kevin Cline This has been a year of firsts for Mark Helfrich, and after his first loss as a head coach, Saturday’s game against Utah was another: preparing the Ducks to respond to adversity.  And respond Oregon did. It wasn’t much of a surprise that …

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  • Josh Huff 45 Washington State13CS

    5 Things the College Football World Missed Last Saturday

    Craig Strobeck With the Ducks enjoying extra preparation before next week’s Cardinalgeddon in Palo Alto, outside of a wild Northwestern vs Nebraska finish, the college football slate was fairly blasé.  What more could one expect on a Duckless football Saturday than listless, unsatisfying competition?  Here’s …

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