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  • Psychic

    2014 Predictions — Part Three

    Good morning, Ducks! Last Saturday I brought you Part One of my Super Accurate 2014 predictions for the upcoming football season. Part Two was available to subscribers only. If you want to subscribe, my PayPal information is available. Subscribers get inside information on my predictions …

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    Ranking the Ducks’ Top Games in 2014

    The tendency in these types of posts is to rank the “Top 5″ games in a team’s season. However, for so many reasons, this year calls for even more speculation and dialogue. With fourteen starters returning from an 11-win team, the Ducks will hope to …

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  • The 5 Stages Of Grief Denial Anger Bargaining Depression And Acceptance

    Grief Counsel for Your Beaver

    With this week’s unceremonious ouster of Oregon State from the Pac-12 Basketball Tourney, the Ducks have once again plunged a knife into the soul of our friends from Corvallis.  I, for one, feel bad.  It must be hard to be a Beaver over the last, …

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  • After the Buzzer: Dana Altman on Waverly Austin, nearing his 500th win and new foul rules

    During Dana Altman’s Pac-12 media teleconference this morning, Oregon’s head men’s basketball coach discussed the state of his team and the new foul rules, but he also touched on his coaching career. He’s one win away from 500 career wins at the Division I level, and he said this has caused him to reflect on […]

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  • Pac-12 football coaches: Pete Carroll, Jim Harbaugh, Chip Kelly thriving in NFL

    The Pac-12 continues the tradition of sending not just good players, but good coaches to the league.
    The Pac-12 has exported its best coaching talent to the next level. It’s resulted in success for the NFL teams that have taken a ch… Continue reading

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    Top 5 Games of the 2013 season

    Steve Francis With the 2013 football season officially behind us, I thought that I would take this time to reflect back over the season at some of the great games.  These games could be great as a whole, or it could be one performance that …

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  • MM On Move

    Lil’ Bro QB Being Overlooked?

    Kevin Cline The Oregon Ducks have played some of the best football in the nation, garnering attention from not only the state of Oregon, but also nation wide.  With so much media coverage of the Ducks and Heisman-hopeful Marcus Mariota, people have forgotten that there …

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  • US Open Failures Remind Us That Nothing Is Guaranteed

    Last weekend, as the world watched Phil Mickelson stumble to another second place finish in The U.S. Open at Merion, I couldn’t help but correlate his failures to a more local team. The squad that huffs, and puffs, but can never blow the house down. …

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  • Nike’s Attempt To “Re-Beav” Falls Short

    For the better part of the last 15 years, the University of Oregon has been widely known — for better or worse — as a school dedicated to pushing the envelope.  That  has never been more evident than in the uniforms they wear out on the field …

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