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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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  • AP top 25: Oregon jumps one spot to No. 5; Stanford falls to No. 10

    After USC upsets Stanford, the Trojans get slotted at No. 23 while the Cardinal fall to No. 10. The Oregon Ducks jump one spot to No. 5.

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    A Big L for The Big O

    Kevin Cline Oregon vs Stanford was a game that the whole nation was waiting for the entire year.  Anyone involved in the college football world understood the meaning of this matchup. This one could have either proved that Oregon belonged in the national championship to …

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    Why Stanford May Have Screwed Us for the Second Straight Year

    Craig Strobeck The Ducks’ football program has been one of the best in the nation for many years now, that’s no secret.  We’ve been in a BCS Bowl game for the past four years, have had Heisman-potential athletes and have simply dominated the realm of college …

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    After Passing First Test, Ducks Must Avoid “Cardinal-ing it”

    from Video All the doubt about what the Mighty Ducks could do against a tough team evaporated last Saturday when they defeated the Washington Huskies.  While the Ducks had an easy schedule the first half of the season, they were still virtually untested while holding …

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    Why a No. 2 Ranking Isn’t So Bad

    Underdogspot.blogspot.com Saturday was an all-around fantastic day for sports.  There was the Duck game against a respectable SEC opponent, a high-profile boxing match and, of course, the much-anticipated matchup between No. 1 Alabama and No. 6 Texas A&M.  Now, while some Oregon fans were disappointed with …

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    A Few Touching Thoughts

    dayandadream.com Good morning, Duck fans!  It’s football Saturday for the first time in way too long!  You know, there really is nothing like the spectacle of big time college football.  The speed, the precision, the full stadium, the cheerleaders.  I love it all.  This weekend …

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  • Stanford Has Oregon’s Number–Is There A Bright Side?

    A missed block here, a couple missed field goals there and a missed opportunity on a loose ball in overtime. If the Oregon Ducks had avoided even one of these unfortunate mishaps during their showdown against Stanford last season, they likely would have taken on …

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  • Gut wrenching times with Chip Kelly

    With the new era of Helfrich football just over the rise, I thought it would be a good time to look back at the Chip Kelly era. Specifically the most gut wrenching parts of it.  As we are all huge Ducks fans, some of the …

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