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    What We Learned: 11 Newbs Critical to the Ducks’ Championship Run

    Through three glorious weeks of college football, teams across the country have had their depth tested. Look to the east and observe a USC defensive line run over by a mediocre Boston College team in a below-average ACC conference. Look to the south and see …

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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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    Oregon Football Recruiting Analysis: To Flip or Not To Flip

    Oregon wants just one quarterback for the 2015 class and Notre Dame should be worried. After visiting Eugene several days ago, the long time Notre Dame commit, Blake Barnett, may have second thoughts about the Fighting Irish. Almost immediately, Barnett opened his recruiting up by …

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    Robinson Twins: The Ducks Developing a Dynamic Duo

    Arizona, Arizona State, Georgia, Missouri, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC, Utah and Washington are just a handful of the quality programs that offered scholarships to blue-chip twin brothers Tyree and Tyrell Robinson.  They are now both proud Ducks. Tyree redshirted last …

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    Waiting In the Wings — Impact Redshirts

    I don’t know what it’s like to be a redshirt freshman on the football team, but I imagine it’s a peculiar situation.  You work so hard throughout high school to become the best player you can, and the fruits of your labor are rewarded by …

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  • GameDay: Oregon football players struggle transitioning to basketball, but should they specialize?

    With about a second left in the game, Pleasant Grove High School trailed Monterey Trail 59-58 on Dec. 10, 2010. Pleasant Grove’s head coach, John DePonte, decided to run the final play for his star junior, Arik Armstead. “Coach Duponte draws up a play, gets it to Arik, who hits a turnaround jumper at the […]

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    Recruiting Update: Oregon’s New Pipeline

    Football Recruiting Fall Camp Update A mere 11 days away from our season opener, the Men of Autzen continue to make strides that will lead us to another date: January 6, 2014. Entering Week 3 of fall camp, the class of 2013 is making its presence …

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  • Tyree and Tyrell Robinson, Dual-Sport Dynamos

    Don’t bother telling Tyree and Tyrell Robinson that it’s a formidable task to play two sports in college (especially football and basketball).  These twins from San Diego’s Lincoln High School are up for the challenge.  ”We’re trying to be great in both sports,” says Tyrell. …

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  • Oregon Football Recruiting Manifesto: What Happened in 2012-2013?

    This multi-week series will attempt to take a reasonable, logical and unbiased look at Oregon’s recent recruiting successes and failures while analyzing the program’s recruiting philosophy under Chip Kelly.  The series will then look at how that philosophy already has and may continue to evolve …

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    More Air-Time For Mariota in 2013?

    I have been picking up on some interesting signs lately in regards to the Ducks, Mark Helfrich, and how the next era of Oregon offense could potentially go.  Now, I am definitely not psychic; if I was I would have won the lottery by now …

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