The Best Football-Themed Slots

Charles Fischer, Mr. FishDuck Editorials

If you play slots, you have already been exposed to the different themes there are. Slots use themes ranging from Arabia to Oceanic themes to attract different types of players. Football-themed slots offer something slightly different including the usual terrific bonuses, classic fun, and innovative gameplay. This article will take a look at the best slot games that follow this …

It’s Time for a Real Spring Game

David Marsh Editorials

The Spring Game is just a glorified scrimmage. It’s something all fans know, but we still get excited about the prospect of seeing new Oregon players show off their potential. It also gives fans something to talk about after a long and uneventful February. National Signing day is over, which is even less eventful now with the early signing period …

The Temporary Nature of 2022 College Football

Alex Heining Editorials

The world of football is in a position unlike anything we’ve seen before. Players have grown with star power over their respective team’s coaching staffs and management to an unprecedented point, and the fallout is beginning to culminate with both coaches and players. Even middling talent has begun a movement to jump ship with higher and higher volume, leaving their …

Lanning Love: “Football is Fun Again!”

Charles Fischer, Mr. FishDuck Editorials

When you have been managing a couple Oregon football sites for a decade with hundreds of contacts among all the readers, writers, photographers, editors and volunteers that have helped the sites–you pick up some pretty tasty tidbits of information on occasion. A Duck-Buddy of many years called me the other day to tell of his own interview with a current …

Who Is Set to BREAKOUT for Oregon in 2022?

Joshua Whitted Editorials

While tradition, pageantry and gameday atmosphere are all part of what makes college football, it’s the superstar players that sell tickets. For the fans who tune in on Saturdays to see the headliners, the 2022 season certainly won’t disappoint. The country is full of premier players this season. Bryce Young will begin his Heisman defense tour, but CJ Stroud and …

Altman Needs to Find Alpha Dogs

Darren Perkins Editorials

The good news for the Oregon basketball program is that after the Ducks’ two previous trips to the NIT under Dana Altman, they bounced back the following season the reach the Sweet 16. The bad news for the Ducks is that the 2021-22 basketball season was full of disappointment. As mentioned in yesterday’s FishDuck posting, Altman was frustrated that he …

Oregon Hoops Fizzles Out; Former Ducks Lineman Dies

Jordan Ingram Editorials

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 …

Will Coach Lanning Duplicate Georgia’s Leadership Program?

Charles Fischer, Mr. FishDuck Editorials

Kirk Herbstreit recently stated that, “Georgia leadership is why the Bulldogs finished on top,” and while I’ve written about the building of connections among the players, this internal growth of leaders within a team can certainly determine their ultimate results. Every coach at every level will refer to the importance of leaders on the team, and we have witnessed Oregon …