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  • 2014 08 17 20 04 58

    How the University of South Dakota Will Try to Defend Oregon

    The Ducks will kick off their 2014 campaign against the University of South Dakota (USD) on August 30. As members of the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision, the Coyotes will be outmatched at virtually every position on the field and will have to play an amazing game, …

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    Scott’s Turf: Claiming Dignity

    Coming out of the closet. This is a trend in athletics that has caught many off guard, some not so much. One thing is for sure, though, that the announcements of high profile players that they are gay has stirred plenty of debate and commentary …

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    Evan Voeller: Leader by Example

    The subject of this profile is another one of Oregon’s very own, and he is as talented as they come. Evan Voeller hails from West Linn, Oregon, where he played four years under the Lions’ head coach, Mike Fanger. He wasn’t a very vocal leader, …

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    Chip Kelly Journal — A Defining Moment: DeSean Jackson’s Release

    Conventional wisdom dictates that a Philadelphia Eagles team whose offense earned the second-highest total yards would likely stay the course with its current personnel. Anyone who made that assumption ignored the fact that Chip Kelly does not care about conventional wisdom. The release of DeSean Jackson, …

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    While Duck Fans Cheer, Haters Pray for Oregon’s (Imminent) Collapse

    No Mark Twain quotes here. No rehashing of the great author’s famous statement about his death being overstated. Yet, as Duck fans, many of us can relate to that phrase. Every year Oregon’s detractors predict that the end is nigh, that surely this year the Ducks will …

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    Scott’s Turf: Does Stanford Still Have An ‘Oregon’ Problem?

    A couple of years ago, as Andrew Luck suffered another 20-plus point defeat to the Oregon Ducks at Stanford Stadium, a familiar statement was circulating around that “Stanford has an Oregon problem.” Of course, this refers to the fact that Stanford, but for a loss …

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    Scott’s Turf: Unofficial Destruction of Recruiting

      “Inebriate of air am I, And debauchee of dew, Reeling, through endless summer days, From inns of molten blue.” This is the second stanza from Emily Dickinson’s “Poem # 214.” Often referred to by the first line of the first stanza, this poem delves …

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    FishDuck Reads the Declaration of Independence

    A group of  rich white men banded together because they didn’t want to pay taxes. No, not just recently. I’m talking about 238 years ago at the time of the American Revolution. The end result of that decision — which, if you’ve ever walked the …

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    Recruiting Update: Altman Has Team in the Tourney; 5-Star in the Bag?

      Basketball Recruiting Interest Oregon’s headed to the Bg Dance!  This March holds new meaning for We, the Oregon Faithful as Lightning Yellow and Thunder Green, will take to the hardwood this coming Thursday in a first round match-up with familiar foe, BYU.  Amidst the …

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    Altman Deserves Some Love

    The Ducks could have folded, could have checked out, given up and quit.  One month ago they were spiraling out of control, looking lost (at times) on the court and appeared to be out of the equation for an NCAA tournament berth.  Lesser teams would …

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