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    Oregon Football: Without Mariota, Who Gets the Nod at QB?

    With the news coming a few days ago about the transfer of QB Jake Rodrigues, the margin for error for the 2014 Oregon football team just shrunk a little bit more.  Faced with the daunting task of replacing talented receiver Bralon Addison and the host of …

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    From the Backfield Ensemble to the Gospel Ensemble

    The mid-2000′s saw Oregon rise from nationally known to nationally renowned.  The program became renowned for the great rushers the program featured, and treated Oregon fans to many throughout the decade. From 2004-2007, a talented tailback ran in the Oregon backfield as a quiet, yet successful …

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    Mark Helfrich Assaulting Record Books With Chip Kelly’s Best QB

    Entering what is now the second spring of the Mark Helfrich era at Oregon, Chip Kelly’s influence remains visible across all facets of the Oregon football program.  From the up-tempo style of play Kelly initially installed as a coordinator to the commitment to unique and …

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    The Ballad of the Green Brigade

      Fighting Ducks against the sky These are men who jump so high Men who mean just what they say The brave men of the Green Brigade Trained to live on Husky meat Washington they’re sure to beat Men who fight by day and night …

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    Former Player Tribute: Secret Success to a Big Man on Campus

    In football, a strong and fast offensive line is key to a team’s success.  The entire front must be strong enough to block for the backs, creating running room and giving the quarterback enough time to think.  Especially in Oregon’s renowned spread offense, where it’s …

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    Barner Scores, Chip Needs More

    Kevin Cline Running back Kenjon Barner and coach Chip Kelly are just a couple of many former Ducks that were in action last Friday night.  This was the inaugural weekend of the NFL’s preseason.  On one hand there was Barner, now with the Carolina Panthers, …

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  • Dennis Dixon making moves in Philly?

    I’m excited to see how Dennis Dixon fares during the Eagles training camp (veterans report July 25th), and what moves Chip makes with his four QBs.  Michael Vick seems to be penciled in as the starter, though I think he’s likely to be moved prior …

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  • The Ten Most Influential Plays of the Last Ten Seasons: #5-1

    In case you missed Part 1, read it here.  To read the list in its entirety, go here. Before we get to plays #5-1, here are some plays that just missed the list: Honorable Mention: Kenjon Barner’s punt return fumble against LSU (2011): The play …

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  • The Ten Most Influential Plays of the Last Ten Seasons: #10-6

    “Life’s this game of inches…so is football…because, in either game, life or football, the margin for error is so small…one half a step too late, or too early, and you don’t quite make it, one half second too slow, too fast, you don’t quite catch …

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    Former Ducks Flock Together Again

    You may have read that Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles were interested in acquiring Dennis Dixon.  A few days ago, that speculation became more than just talk with the signing of Dixon, who will be joining Michael Vick, Nick Foles, and Trent Edwards. My original …

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