All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Pete Carroll’

  • Rick Neuheisel

    Mike Merrell’s Three-And-Out: Where Have All the Villains Gone?

    Before getting into this week’s Three-and-Out, I have one comment that I haven’t seen anywhere else about the big MSU game: Of Oregon’s 46 points, 38 were scored by underclassmen. With Jeff Lockie looking much improved from a year ago with 11-of-12 passing against South …

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  • 091507 USCNeb SongGirls

    The Decline and Fall of the Trojan Empire

    It seems like such a short time ago. The very name “USC” brought about a sense of awe. Many of us liked to say the whole thing without shortening it – ”The University of Southern California.” They were who we wanted to be – a perennial power. …

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  • Map Hostetler

    College Football Nation: Hot Seats and FSU’s Drastic Unie Change

    This is shaping up to be the summer of the hurry up offense and the attack it has come under.  I am okay with coaches arguing over the possible rule change all summer and taking jabs at each other.  Imagine how much bigger the Iron Bowl …

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  • Chip1

    The Inherent Unfairness of Sanctions

    Sanctions. You either love them or hate them.  We love them when the teams we hate get leveled by them, and hate them when teams we love get the same treatment. Ironic, isn’t it? But there is something inherently unfair about the way sanctions are …

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  • Next Man Up: How Coaches Replaced Legends

    Next man up.  That mantra doesn’t apply only to the roster, it applies to Oregon’s coaching staff as well.  1977 was the last time the Ducks didn’t hire their previous offensive coordinator to fill their head coaching vacancy.  On Sunday, Mark Helfrich became the latest …

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