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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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    Two Non-Conference Matchups Fans Would Dig

    Craig Strobeck With the Ducks setting up a home-and-home against the Nebraska Cornhuskers for the 2016 and 2017 seasons, it doesn’t hurt to ponder which opponents the nation would love to see matchup against Oregon. Clemson Tigers With or without Tajh Boyd, the Clemson Tigers …

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    Oregon Blowouts: PT Now = Experience Going Forward for the Newbs

    Kevin Cline As the Ducks came back out to start the second half last week against Cal, there were considerably fewer fans in the seats than when the game began.  It was the first game of the school year, and the student section was nearly …

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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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  • Oregon vs. Michigan 2007: The True Dawn of the Chip Kelly Era

    Football is an extremely complex game filled with trickery, mental toughness, and constant adjustments.  Coaches and players alike must be on their toes at all times, actively trying to remain one step ahead of their opponent. As Oregon fans know, perhaps no coach in recent …

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  • The Day the Webfoots Broke 100 Points

    We all know the Ducks are capable of posting ridiculous offensive numbers.  However, one thing the team has yet to accomplish in the modern era is entering the realm of triple digits. Recently, Oregon has gained national attention for its explosive, high-scoring offense.  Over the …

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  • Revolutionizing a revolutionary offense?

    Oregonian sports writer Adam Jude believes the hiring of new wide receiver coach Matt Lubick may signal a change in philosophy for the Oregon offense.  The usual run-first attack may evolve to a more pass-heavy offense next year.  Lubick, who coached at Duke last year, was recently named the wide receivers coach of …

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