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    Embrace the Uncertainty

    What will the 2014 season look like? After eight months of speculating, the first part of that question will be answered this Saturday. Those outside of the Oregon program seem certain everything will be just resemble the Ducks we’ve seen much of the past five …

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    Who “Won” the Summer?

    As a college football season, this is the worst time of the year. We haven’t had football in months, and our patience has run thin in anticipation. Spring games are fun and all, yet they are like giving a sip of water to someone who …

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    Oregon’s High-Speed Offense Shows No Sign of Slowing Down

    The Oregon Ducks’ dynamic high-speed and high-tempo offense has been truly amazing to watch during the last several years. With a brilliant mix of veteran talent and developing young stars looking to make names for themselves in the 2014 season, the Ducks show no sign …

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    Like It or Not, the Pressure Is on for Mark Helfrich

    After just one season in which his team posted an .846 winning percentage, Mark Helfrich is under significant pressure from many fans who doubt his ability to lead the Oregon Ducks to a national title. Such is the life of a head coach of a …

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    The Past Is the Past: How Chip Kelly Comparisons Are Useless

    For Oregon football fans, the past season has been a unique time. For starters, in the last season of the BCS era, Oregon’s incredible four-year streak of playing in BCS bowls was snapped. It was also the first year for new head coach Mark Helfrich. …

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    Doug Brenner: Offensively Good

    Doug Brenner is a rarity of sorts when it comes to the Ducks. It has nothing to do with skill sets or voluminous hair like Troy Polamalu, and everything to do with where he’s from. And that would be … the state of Oregon! Considering this …

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    Recruiting Update: Ducks Running Roughshod Over the West Coast

    Football Recruiting Visits Oregon’s fevered pitch along the recruiting trail hit a new high last Saturday as offensive line coach Steve Greatwood welcomed Shane Lemieux (3-Star/Yakima, WA) to Eugene. “Everything about the visit was great, really great,” said Lemieux.  ”My parents and I came down …

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    Oregon O-Line: ‘O’ as in ‘Outstanding’

    Call them the Big Uglies, but what happens up front will ensure that college football’s highest octane offense remains a thing of beauty.  With the possible exception of quarterback, nowhere on Oregon’s roster is there more reason for optimism heading into the 2014 season than …

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    Oregon’s Top ‘Recruits’ Add Nothing to Recruiting Rankings

    A little over a month ago, Budda Baker, a prized recruit out of Bellevue High School in Washington, had Duck fans screaming with joy and Husky fans howling in agony when he announced he was going to play football at Oregon.  It sounded great — …

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  • Take a knee: Hroniss Grasu on his team’s motivation for the Alamo upon arrival in San Antonio

    Oregon center Hroniss Grasu arrived earlier than most of his team in San Antonia on Wednesday in preparation for the Alamo Bowl on Dec. 30. When the rest of his team showed up at their hotel, Grasu spoke with the media about what he did earlier on Christmas Day, his team’s offensive weapons and Oregon’s […] Continue reading

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