A FishDuck First! Oregon Football Highlight Video for Arizona 2011
We have seen all the five to ten minute highlight videos out there, and I thought I would add my version to the fray. It is two and a half minutes is all, and has some good up-tempo rock behind it. My question to all of you is….could it gone longer? Another thirty seconds to a minute? I was torn between keeping it short, (which is not done as much) and adding some more plays and some slow-mo up close of my favorite plays. (Like Stuckey’s sack)
I’m also so-so about the second song. I appreciate the feedback, as last week the majority set me straight as to the most popular video format to use, thus I’m curious how to make this project better. (I’m new at creating videos, thus the requested feedback)
We REALLY love our Ducks in this setting!
Charles Fischer has been an intense fan of the Ducks, a season ticket holder at Autzen Stadium for 33 years and has written reports on football boards for over 23 years. Known as “FishDuck” on those boards, he is acknowledged for providing intense detail in his scrimmage reports and in his Xs and Os play analyses. He and his wife Lois, have a daughter Christine, reside in Eugene Oregon, where he was a Financial Advisor for 36 years and now focuses full-time on Charitable Planned Giving Workshops for churches and non-profit organizations.
He does not profess to be a coach or analyst, but simply a “hack” that enjoys sharing what he has learned and invites others to correct or add to this body of Oregon Football! See More…
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