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  • Celebration 76 Oregon State13CS E1405642379924

    Division Powers: Pac-12 North

    There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that the Pac-12 is one of the best conferences in the country. The conference has changed vastly since its conception, but one thing has always stayed the same: winning. With the addition of Utah and Colorado three years ago (how …

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  • Ifo 16 Washington State13CS E1403827860566

    Pac-12 Power Positions: Cornerback

    Exactly two months from today, Abiliene Christian plays Georgia State in the first game of the 2014 football season. As we march closer and closer to the glorious time of the year that we know as football season, we still must feed the monkey that …

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  • DeForest Buckner 26 Stanford13CS

    A Developing Rivalry: Stanford University Cardinal

    The Oregon-Stanford football rivalry might not be the oldest or most polarizing, but for the last few years it has been the one with the most on the line for both teams.  The rivalry is not new, only recently becoming intense enough to warrant the level of …

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    College Football Nation: SEC dominates the Draft … Again and Kentucky Goes All In — For Football

    With spring ball over, football fans have now turned their attention to the NFL Draft.  This is a special time where schools and conferences can brag about who’s going to the NFL, while still on the recruiting trail.  We then have Kentucky going all out for …

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    SEC ‘Gauntlet’ Missing Lower Teeth

    Those from the lower right corner of the country would have us believe that the fabled SEC gauntlet provides no rest for the weary warriors, as they battle their way through one formidable SEC foe after another.  Top to bottom, the SEC is just the …

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    Oregon Receivers Are the Key to Ducks’ Explosive Run Game

    When analyzing Oregon’s offense, it quickly becomes clear they have an uncommon number of explosive plays.  According to ESPN’s PAC-12 Blog, an explosive play is defined as any play that gains 20 or more yards.  In 2013 the Ducks were able to gain 20+ yards …

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  • Marcus Mariota 37 Virginia13Shurtleff

    Pac-12 Power Positions: Quick Quarterbacks

    There is a reason that the Pac-12 is known as the “conference of quarterbacks,” and the talent present in the conference this year are a testament to that title.  The conference lost only two starting quarterbacks in Keith Price and B.J Denker to the NFL and …

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  • Bralon Addison 8 Tennessee13CS E1397267060645

    With Bralon Addison Gone, Oregon’s Margin for Error Shrinks

    Injuries happen every year, to every team.  In a game as violent as football, players are injured in every scrimmage and every game.  Most of the time these injuries are bumps, bruises, stingers and sprains.  But the teams that contend for National Championships are either …

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    A Solution for Stopping Stanford on 3rd Down

    When the Ducks travelled south to play Pac-12 rival Stanford, there were predictions of a Duck victory.  De’Anthony Thomas predicted the Oregon offense would put up forty points, and many others had Oregon at least securing the W.  Vegas even had the Ducks as a …

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  • Nick Saban 09 Practice E1392508470325

    Rule Change Proposal Will Destroy College Football

    Disingenuous, adjective: “Not truly honest or sincere: giving the false appearance of being honest and sincere.”  (From the Merriam-Webster online dictionary.) They should call it the Bret Bielema rule.  Or perhaps the Bielema-Saban rule, since it is, in part, due to these two coaches’ influence …

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