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    Lane Johnson: Chip Kelly’s Secret Weapon in Space?

    Chip Kelly doesn’t just want his skill players to have speed. He places a high premium on athletic offensive linemen who can execute their blocks both at the line of scrimmage and in space. It is easy to see how Lane Johnson‘s rare athletic ability …

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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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    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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    Being so small in stature has helped De’Anthony Thomas more than it has hurt him.  Aside from two fumbles against LSU in the opening game of his career, the Black Mamba has been nothing short of brilliant over the past two seasons.  For every turnover, …

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    2013 Ten most important players No. 6-10

    Welcome to the first of a two part segment. Now that the Spring game is in the rear-view mirror, what’s the outlook for fall 2013?  Even with a strong group of seniors departing, and several moving on to the NFL, Oregon is re-loading.  I want to show …

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  • 2013 Oregon Football ‘All-Dark Alley Team’

    Recently, I’ve been reading up on Duck foes for the upcoming football season. Oregon has what looks like a challenging and intriguing schedule laid out for their 2013 season.  They face Tennessee at Autzen stadium, and go on the road to Virginia, Washington and Stanford.  There …

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    RUDY. RUUDY. RUUUDY! RUUUUDY!!: Overachieving Ducks of the Chip Kelly Era

    National Signing Day is, by now, a distant memory.  We silently fist-pumped (probably at work) as preps across the nation used something called a “facks machine” for the first (and probably last) time to send their NLIs to Eugene.  We looked over the tremendous haul …

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    O-Line: Big Men Vie to Fill Big Holes

    The offensive line for our beloved Ducks was nothing short of spectacular this season.  Aside from one marginal performance – the loss to Stanford – the line proved to be one of the most talented groups on our roster.  But there are some big holes …

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