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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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    As Inaugural College Football Playoff Season Commences, Ducks Timing Is Perfect

    When the four-team College Football Playoff was formally approved by the NCAA in June 2012, teams, analysts and fans alike rejoiced in the reformation of the BCS — a system which had been previously criticized for not being fair to all teams. The Playoff, which runs …

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    Pac-12 Power Positions: Cornerback

    Exactly two months from today, Abiliene Christian plays Georgia State in the first game of the 2014 football season. As we march closer and closer to the glorious time of the year that we know as football season, we still must feed the monkey that …

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    Duck Down … Next Man Up!

    By now, we’ve all heard of the unfortunate ACL injury Bralon Addison suffered in Spring practice, and it appears to be season ending.  Injuries are an unfortunate reality of sports, especially football, and everyone has to deal with them.  While there are plenty of reasons …

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    Who Will Be Josh Huff’s Heir Apparent on My Desktop?

    If a picture is worth a thousand words, I should stop typing right now and just post a pictorial of Josh Huff’s Oregon football career.  With nary another word, it might win me a Pulitzer in the sports writing category — if there is such …

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    Secondary Education: Oregon Defensive Backs

    For the better part of the last decade, Oregon has been a veritable clearinghouse for NFL-caliber defensive backs. The likes of Jarius Byrd, T.J. Ward, Walter Thurmond III, Patrick Chung, Eddie Pleasant, and more recently, John Boyett, are all former Ducks now cashing checks from …

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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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    To Quack or Not to Quack: Leaving Early For the NFL

    Great football players inevitably face a choice between leaving school early for the NFL draft or completing their education.  It’s a personal decision for each individual and most Duck fans support whichever direction the player goes, but the 2014 roster comes as a surprise to …

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    Recruiting Analysis: Ducks Dodge Disaster

    When news broke that Don Pellum was going to be Oregon’s new defensive coordinator, a number of people asked me how it would affect recruiting.  “It won’t,” I said, “the thing to watch is whether or not John Neal stays put.”  I was worried, since …

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  • Countdown to the Alamo Bowl: How Oregon’s and Texas’ secondaries stack up

    In the days leading up to the 2013 Alamo Bowl, the Emerald will take a unit-by-unit look at Oregon and Texas, determining which team has the edge going into the showdown on Dec. 30 in San Antonio. Today, we’ll look at each team’s secondaries, with thoughts on Texas from Wescott Eberts of Burnt Orange Nation. Oregon Several writers […] Continue reading

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