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    Ranking the Ducks’ Top Games in 2014

    The tendency in these types of posts is to rank the “Top 5″ games in a team’s season. However, for so many reasons, this year calls for even more speculation and dialogue. With fourteen starters returning from an 11-win team, the Ducks will hope to …

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    Oregon Ducks Football: Six Standout Performances From 2013

    When the clock hits zero at the Super Bowl, it also serves as the conclusion to the football season each year.  Seemingly long after all of the bowl games have been played at the college level, the NFL has a way of temporarily filling the …

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  • Raw video: Joseph Young and Ducks look to move on from four-game losing streak

    On the eve of Oregon’s road game against Washington, Joseph Young discussed his team’s four-game losing streak and the most recent loss to Oregon State. But Young said he and his team are focused on moving on, which is one reason why the Ducks didn’t watch any film from the Civil War loss. Young also […]

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    An Emotional Civil War Victory Marks the Beginning of an Era

    Kevin Cline In five years, the previous decade of Oregon football may end up being remembered as two separate eras: before and after the Arizona game of 2013. Some would say that opening sentence is nonsense, arguing that the latter era began once Mark Helfrich became …

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    Pac-12 Examiner- Riley choosing recess over football for banged up beavers

    Beavers Safety (#8) Tyrequek Zimmerman and LB Michael Doctor (#40) practice their slip & slide technique in the ’12 Civil War, as HC Mike Riley looks on. The Beavers defense allowed 6 rushing TDs in their 5th straight loss to Oregon.                                            Kevin Cline …

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  • Trash Can’s Trash Talk

    Oregon’s brand new flashy athletic facility has way too many incredible amenities to even begin counting, but one thing you will definitely notice as soon as you walk in is how much we pride ourselves in being the number one team in the state.  In …

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