Tagged: College football playoffs

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The Pac-14. Now.

The Pac-12’s best this year was no match for the Alabama. The Huskies boasted an impressive defense – it held Alabama about 150 yards shy of its average per game production – but the Tide controlled the game after Washington’s...

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Bones of Cupcakes Litter Road to Final Four

Mike Merrrell’s Three-and-Out The path to the national championship is teeming with eastern teams leaving bones of cupcakes in their wake. The conference with the toughest, deepest competition is relegated to being the only of the Five Power Conferences with...

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“Won Not Done.”

Do you smell that? It smells like roses to me. As I fly back  to the wonderful City of Eugene, I am so proud to call myself a Duck fan. I am decked out in Oregon gear (again) and ready...

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Canada Says Go Ducks!

As we approach the first-ever College Football Playoff, pitting the Oregon Ducks against the Florida State Seminoles, it’s becoming increasingly obvious most U.S. football fans across the country have embraced the boys from Eugene as “their” squad. Are the Ducks America’s Team?...

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Rose Bowl Steeped in History

If you’re a college football fan–and you are, obviously, or you wouldn’t be reading this–the 2015 Rose Bowl has it all: great teams, great coaches, great players, clashing to determine who’s going to get a shot at all the marbles...

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Holiday Wishes for the Oregon Ducks

As Christmas approaches, FishDuck.com‘s foreign correspondent, Randy Morse, aka the Fool on the Hill, dishes five fervent holiday wishes for the Ducks from the shores of magnificent Kootenay Lake, tucked high into the alpine wilds of British Columbia’s Purcell and...

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Depth and Stars Matter at Florida State

Florida State, Oregon’s opponent in the upcoming Rose Bowl on January 1st, knows how to win. An established football tradition and excellent coaching are complemented by top recruiting classes attracted to the school of 32,000 in Tallahassee, year after year....