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  • Jeff Lockie 10 UCLA13CS

    The Waiting Game

      Who is the first player that comes to mind when you think of the Oregon Ducks football team? Marcus Mariota? Ifo Ekpre-Olomu? What about the players who dedicate just as much of their time and work ethic, and don’t see much (if any) playing time? It’s …

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    Will Devon Allen Be a Difference Maker for the Ducks This Year?

    You may know Devon Allen’s name from his recent record-breaking hurdling performance in the NCAA Western regionals, but the redshirt freshman is still somewhat of an unknown on the football field. Allen is working tirelessly to change that unknown status by establishing himself as a …

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    The “Play On Sundays” Guy: Tui Talia

    “The difference between Tui Talia and the others is he’s got that ‘play on Sundays’ size.” That’s the mantra surrounding this solid junior college recruit.  Standing 6’5, Talia weighs 270 lbs.  Well, at least he did before the Ducks delved full force into spring training.  Like many of his fellow …

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    Position Change Makes Johnathan Loyd One Rare Duck

    If there are any Duck fans out there still skeptical or on the fence about Johnathan Loyd’s place in Oregon Duck athletic history, Dana Altman’s first recruit just gave you another reason to get on board. Already the winningest player in the long history of …

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    The Almost Tragic History of Oregon State Sports

    Now that there are only a couple of months left in which to humiliate Oregon State during the 2013/14 school year, I thought this would be a good time to see how the hapless Beavs got here.  I decided to try and look back to …

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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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    “Civil” is a Word Better Used With “Service”

    There is nothing civil about the Oregon-Oregon State game.  For years it was the game that decided which team had the honor of not being the worst in the Pac-8.  Then, during the early years of the Pac-10, it was the game that showed who …

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    The Good, the Bad & the Twist in the Oregon Offense

    from Video Watch the video above or read about it below……. Surprises in the Oregon offense are fun for us, as fans, because they are delightful to discover, and they also allow us to ponder their future impact upon our beloved Ducks.  In this second …

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    BCS Review: Who has impressed the most?

    Copyright-Andrew Shurtleff The BCS elites did nothing to tarnish their sparkling starts after the second week of the campaign’s March to Pasadena, but this weekend had exuberance nonetheless.  The nation’s top five teams saw only minor change, but upsets and rebounding teams have once again changed …

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    Oregon Proves Its Might

    Kevin Cline If the Ducks didn’t prove anything on Saturday, then I don’t know who did.  Most of the talk from Saturday’s action surrounded the play of the Michigan Wolverines and their star quarterback, Devin Gardner.  What most people either overlook, or have come to …

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