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    Waiting In the Wings — Impact Redshirts

    I don’t know what it’s like to be a redshirt freshman on the football team, but I imagine it’s a peculiar situation.  You work so hard throughout high school to become the best player you can, and the fruits of your labor are rewarded by …

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    Recruiting Analysis: Best Class Ever?

    Kevin Cline Oregon’s 2014 recruiting class keeps getting better.  It might not end up a large class, but it will be talented, very talented.  Fans shouldn’t concern themselves with team recruiting rankings, since as I wrote about a couple of weeks ago, those rankings are …

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    Duck Football 6-Pack: Oregon’s BIG receivers

    Photos courtesy of Kevin Cline In most of the close games and eventual losses during the Chip Kelly era, a common theme seemed to surface consistently.  An opposing team that was able to slow the run game enough force the Ducks to throw would sometimes …

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    More Air-Time For Mariota in 2013?

    I have been picking up on some interesting signs lately in regards to the Ducks, Mark Helfrich, and how the next era of Oregon offense could potentially go.  Now, I am definitely not psychic; if I was I would have won the lottery by now …

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  • All-Hands Team Member — Darren Carrington Jr.

    When a team expects an onside kick they send out what is known as the hands-team, a group player most likely to be able to grab and hang onto a short kick before the kicking team can arrive.  If there were a hands-team for receivers …

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    Urban Warfare

    As signing day approaches, coaches are scrambling to put together the best recruiting classes possible.  For Urban Meyer and Ohio State getting a playmaker on the outside with speed was a top priority.  Unfortunately, it came at the expense of the Ducks.  News officially broke …

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  • Can Helfrich Keep the Class?

    With signing day less than a week away, Mark Helfrich has a chance to ace his first test as the head coach of the Oregon Ducks.  When Helfrich took over for Chip in mid-January, things didn’t look particularly good on the recruiting front.  For a …

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  • Oregon Commit Darren Carrington Stands Out During the Semper-Fi All-American Bowl

    One of four future Oregon Ducks to play in the Semper-Fi All-American Bowl (Johnny Mundt and the Robinson Twins), Darren Carrington shined on the big stage.  The San Diego native, and son of a former NFL-er who goes by the same name, racked up ten …

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