Top 5 Takeaways from Oregon Ducks’ Comeback Win Over Wazzu

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The No. 15 Oregon Ducks’ (3-1) stroke-inducing 44-41 comeback victory against an unranked (but mighty talented) Washington State at the Palouse was a key win for Oregon head coach Dan Lanning and the program he is building in Eugene. Here’s five takeaways from Saturday’s game: — Ducks QB Bo Nix threw for a career-high 428 yards with three touchdowns and …

Irving, Whittington Demonstrate Oregon’s Backfield Depth

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The No. 25 Oregon Ducks (2-1) appear to have found their web-footing when it comes to a reliable and productive run game. Despite looming questions ahead of the game with the absence of Ducks starting running back Byron Cardwell due to injury, those fears were coddled and put to bed before halftime with remarkable performances from Oregon’s talented backfield. Leading …

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Oregon Football: Georgia Loss Won’t Define Lanning, Ducks

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For those still reeling from the Oregon Ducks’ 49-3 loss in Week 1 to the Georgia Bulldogs, let’s take a walk down memory lane. The anticipation amongst Oregon fans heading into the 2009-10 football season was off the charts. Mike Bellotti’s successor, offensive wunderkind Chip Kelly, was set to debut his unabridged offense in Oregon’s season opener at then No. …

Ducks Talk: Future Still Uncertain for Pac-12, Oregon

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If you’re head is still spinning over the uncertainty swirling around the realignment of the Pac-12 Conference, join the club. And there are no real strong signs of clarity at the moment. For now, it appears the remaining 10 schools in the conference — minus USC and UCLA, who quietly moved to the Big Ten — are sticking together, especially …

Mr. FishDuck: Crazed Duck Fan, or Generous Ambassador of Oregon Football?

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Most of you posting in the Our Beloved Ducks forum are not aware of the amazing, crazy background to these two sites, and their founder Charles Fischer. I’ve known “Mr. FishDuck” for a long time, first joining the team as an intern while attending the University of Oregon. Until recently, I had no idea that he was quoted and cited …

CJ Carr to Notre Dame Overshadowed by ‘Redshirting?’

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At first glance, five-star quarterback CJ Carr, who recently made headlines after announcing his commitment to Notre Dame, is just a typical success story of a talented athlete. Upon closer examination, there is something slightly unorthodox about this top-tier play-caller out of Michigan’s Saline High School. Mr. FishDuck was enjoying his gaming time on hollywoodbets sign up when he too, …

Former Oregon Lineman’s Injury a Failure of Leadership

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It’s hard to see former Oregon Ducks football players and coaches seated in a courtroom. There is a stark difference between the electric greens and yellows of Autzen Stadium roaring with glee at full capacity and the hushed, drab, beige-colored rooms of the Lane County Courthouse. For most folks, this is not a happy place. They don’t sell nachos in …

Conerly Decision Boosts Ducks Cachet with Elite RB

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The news of the nation’s No. 1 offensive tackle recruit Josh Conerly Jr. choosing the Oregon Ducks over the USC Trojans and Washington Huskies shook the college football world to its core and send shockwaves throughout the social media stratosphere (If you are currently living under a rock and haven’t heard the news, check out Mr. FishDuck’s write-up). No doubt, Conerly’s …

Oregon Hoops Fizzles Out; Former Ducks Lineman Dies

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The past week has been eventful for Oregon fans, but not necessarily successful. The Oregon Ducks men’s and women’s basketball programs were both eliminated from the postseason this weekend, officially closing the books on a year filled with exhilarating highs, frustrating lows and inconsistent performances from both teams. Women’s Basketball For the first time since 2017, Oregon (20-12) was bounced …

Ignore the Analysts, Ducks Still Good for Tournament

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Enough of the bubble babble, folks. Let’s give it a rest. When the Oregon Ducks men’s basketball team missed the game-winning shot to fall to the No. 16 USC Trojans on Saturday night in Eugene, many believe the bubble may have finally burst. But I refuse to join the growing crowd of heretics. I find it hard to believe Dana …

Arizona Coach’s Poor Sportsmanship on Full Display

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Bush-league antics are alive and well in the Pac-12. But perhaps we should start from the beginning. Over the past several weeks, Arizona Wildcats women’s basketball coach Adia Barnes’ has made headlines after reportedly giving a well-publicized middle finger to Oregon Ducks women’s basketball coach Kelly Graves after her team blew a double-digit lead to lose 68-66 in overtime against …

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Oregon Fans Bid Farewell to a Class Act Mustache

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There’s a catchphrase I’ll miss more than any other slogan in recent memory: “Fill the Sleeves.” Of the flurry of departures from the Oregon Ducks football program over the past month, saying goodbye to strength and conditioning coach Aaron Feld had the biggest impact on me. The ever-enthusiastic mustachioed strongman was a constant source of positivity on the sidelines. I …