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    DeForest Buckner: A New All-American Emerging?

    There are some interesting defensive tactics that appeared in the Alamo Bowl win in addition to the continued emergence of DeForest Buckner on the defensive line. His star has been rising and the trendline of his growth manifested itself again in the Oregon Spring Game. …

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    The FishDuck.com 2014 Spring Game Analysis

    By Charles Fischer and the “Grizzled Ol’ Coach” Mike Morris We have ALL been fooled by Spring Games of the past, as players who starred in these May games would not ever see the light of day on the football field in the fall – or they …

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    10 Thoughts from This Weekend

    It was one of the busiest weekends of the year for sports fans – five Game 7s in the NBA Playoffs, and most notably, the Kentucky Derby – but for Ducks fans, there was one event that stood above the rest: the Spring Game. While fervent …

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    Oregon Football: Six “Other” DLs to Watch in the Spring Game

    The Oregon Ducks football team is scheduled to play its annual Spring Game on what should be a picturesque Saturday inside Autzen Stadium.  And with it, the 2014 season will be officially under way. And, like every season, another batch of seniors have graduated, which leads to …

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    Draw the Line

    Peppered with talent, various levels of success, and featuring a new man calling the shots, it’s time for Oregon’s defensive line to draw the proverbial “line in the sand.” We’ve all heard the knocks on Oregon’s teams over the past few seasons, critics talk about …

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    In Defense Of: The Duck Defensive Line

    Gone from the 2013 Duck D-Line are such stalwarts as Wade Keliikipi, Taylor Hart and Ricky Havili-Heimuli.  All very good players who will be missed, but the cupboard isn’t bare.  Though some fans panicked at Oregon’s inability to close on a couple of highly regarded …

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    Top 5 Takeaways From Saturday for the Neo-Duck

    Craig Strobeck We’ll cut to the chase: 1.  Gary Campbell is a coaching superhero.  Forget all about Thor, Ironman or Tony Robbins, I want running backs coach Campbell as my life coach and mentor. Remember those early season complaints that Byron Marshall didn’t have the vision, …

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    Recruiting Update: Ducks Impress “Honey Nut Berrios”

    Kevin Cline Football Recruiting Visits Oregon’s 66-3 showcase victory over the visiting “whatevers” proved equally decisive on the recruiting front. Cornerback Arrion Springs (4-Star/San Antonio, TX/Rivals250) and linebacker Tui Talia (4-Star/Pleasant Hill, CA) joined Oregon’s Big Board.  Offensive lineman Sam Jones (3-Star/Highlands Ranch, CO) and hybrid …

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    They Are Who We Thought They Were . . . Almost

    from Video In Sunday retrospect, the “tune up” game that everyone was expecting, did, in fact, come to pass.  The Nicholls Colonels proved to be the kind of opponent the Ducks expected, with solid line play and a very good running back.  But with apologies …

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    Some big Ducks on the D-Line

    Amazing Moments Everyone knows defensive linemen are beefy, but Oregon’s squad in 2013 may be one of the largest (and tallest) in recent memory.  Even with the graduation of 6-foot-6 tackle Isaac Remington, the Ducks still have seven defensive linemen 6-5 or taller.  All of the …

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