Who Gets Shelled? Thoughts on Arizona Game?

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The photo above is cute because it was after the infamous Arizona game back in 2009, where the Oregon cheerleaders were pelted with water bottles by the classy Wildcat fans. A local building contractor and Oregon alum went to his building site and brought back hard-hats for the Duck cheer crew for protection and this photo after the game was quite the memory. (And incredible abbs!)

Kevin Cline

Phil can’t be impressed with what he sees…

Perhaps the football team needs them now to prevent a shelling in the second half?

It is halftime and this will later look pretty stupid or amazing to be posting now. Let’s get this discussion started for Saturday night and Sunday, so I’ll start.

My fears thus far are coming true; Oregon used to influence the game with their offense, and take the momentum away from the opponent. Now their boring, predictable offense puts them behind their opponent and changes the entire template of the game.

Based upon what I’ve watched through 4.5 Pac-12 games … I cannot believe the decline of the Oregon offense from where we were from 2009-2015, and it is going to take quite a comeback or change-up by the coaching staff to shake this team out of it.

Thoughts?

Charles Fischer   (FishDuck)
Eugene, Oregon

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