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    Most Valuable Coaches (Not Named Helfrich)

      Football is the ultimate team sport. There are 11 players on the field at once, all doing their part in a collective effort to either move the ball up the field, or get the ball back from the other team. For every quarter of …

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    Robinson Ready to Romp

    The Oregon football team lost three great defenders for the upcoming season in Avery Patterson, Brian Jackson and Terrance Mitchell — but the good news is in the fresher faces. Redshirt freshman Tyree Robinson worked his tail off last year, and he told Yahoo Sports that …

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    Chip Kelly Update: A Draft Pick, Broken Silence and an Army Hero

    In my last column, I wrote about Chip Kelly’s long post-season silence, even amid the controversy over releasing star WR DeSean Jackson.  The weeks since January 4th have felt like an eternity of baseless speculation, what-ifs and angst over every conceivable draft pick. There have been …

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    Recruiting Analysis: Ducks Dodge Disaster

    When news broke that Don Pellum was going to be Oregon’s new defensive coordinator, a number of people asked me how it would affect recruiting.  ”It won’t,” I said, “the thing to watch is whether or not John Neal stays put.”  I was worried, since …

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  • Countdown to the Alamo Bowl: How Oregon’s and Texas’ secondaries stack up

    In the days leading up to the 2013 Alamo Bowl, the Emerald will take a unit-by-unit look at Oregon and Texas, determining which team has the edge going into the showdown on Dec. 30 in San Antonio. Today, we’ll look at each team’s secondaries, with thoughts on Texas from Wescott Eberts of Burnt Orange Nation. Oregon Several writers […] Continue reading

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    2013 Mid-Term: Top 5 Ducks — so far

    Craig Strobeck Now that we are halfway through the season, I thought I would take this chance to highlight some of the top players.  Most of the names on this list are the usual suspects and for good reason.  While there are players on the …

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    Recruiting Update: What Can Brown Do For You?

    Kevin Cline Football Recruiting Commitments Saturday, Oregon solidified a “Decade of Dominance” over its northern rival behind a Heisman-leading performance from quarterback Marcus Mariota.  Off the field, the Ducks’ resounding win produced a commitment from one of the top wide outs in the class of …

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    Following an Early Scare, Ducks Rout Buffs

    Cliff Grassmick Despite already being two games into conference play, it could be said that the Ducks were concluding their preseason with Saturday’s matchup against Colorado.  Oregon faced two rebuilding programs in consecutive weeks to start the Pac-12 schedule following non-conference play, leaving many to …

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  • The Ten Most Influential Plays of the Last Ten Seasons: #5-1

    In case you missed Part 1, read it here.  To read the list in its entirety, go here. Before we get to plays #5-1, here are some plays that just missed the list: Honorable Mention: Kenjon Barner’s punt return fumble against LSU (2011): The play …

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    James Scales Dismissed: Next Man In

    Mark Helfrich announced Saturday that defensive back James Scales has been dismissed from the Ducks’ football team for a violation of team rules.  The redshirt sophomore from Greensboro, North Carolina amassed 12 tackles in 10 games over the last two seasons.  Reggie Daniels, Oshay Dunmore and …

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