Decade Anniversary: “Captain Comeback” and Oregon Narrowly Escape UCLA

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An entire decade ago, the Oregon Ducks traveled to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California for their final regular season road contest against UCLA; and a chance to finish undefeated away from Autzen for the first time since 1995.  UCLA had began the season strong and nationally ranked with impressive victories over Alabama, Ohio State, and Washington.  However, they were …

ESPN College Gameday and Oregon: the Perfect Match

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On Saturday ESPN College Gameday will be broadcasting live from Palo Alto, CA, to kick off the day’s festivities ending with the Oregon-Stanford game.  It will be the third time this year that Oregon is one of the featured schools associated with the program, more than any other school.  It will be the second time Stanford is featured, and the …

FishWrap Friday Game 9 Preview: Oregon @ UW

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Offense is king in Washington, how can the Ducks stop Keith Price, and “the best running back in the PAC 12 despite LaMichael having better stats even with his injury”? The answer is simple, they’ll outscore the Huskies and their dynamic “multiple-set” attack. [tubepress video=”ZeAzMYuYK8w” embeddedWidth=’534′ embeddedHeight=’314′ title=”false” length=”false”] Predictions: Oregon and UW will trade blows for the greater portion …

Decade Anniversary: Sun Devils No Match for Oregon in Race for Fiesta Bowl

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A decade ago, the Oregon Ducks took the field against Arizona State on a cool November evening with the national television cameras on hand for the sixth time of the season.  Coming off a record-setting victory over Washington State, the Ducks were fired up and would continue their dominance and record-setting against the Sun Devils. Arizona State was feeling red …

Kenny Wheaton: From “The Pick” to the Oregon Hall of Fame

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Last Saturday a mild-mannered, shy, quiet, unassuming gentleman roamed Autzen stadium with a slight limp in his giddy-up, a lingering ailment due to repeated knee injuries.  He was one of nearly 60,000 present that day enjoying the festivities for the Washington State-Oregon game.  In other cities his presence may have gone largely unnoticed, but in this town on this day …