The Pac-12 Days of Christmas

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*Please note that this story is completely fictitious, and meant to be nothing more than a satirical look at the Conference of Champions. Any and all references, conversations, and situational humor is strictly fiction, and in no way depicts any actual situations that have occurred in real life. This was done as a collaboration by FishDuck.com writers Caleb Couturie and …

Washington: “If You Can’t Slow Them Down a Little Bit, it’s Going to be a Long Evening”

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After the dust had settled on the field and the Oregon Ducks had come out victorious, Washington Huskies’ head coach Chris Petersen said that the loss was “pretty disappointing.” He went on to say that “when you play an elite team like [Oregon], one side of the ball has to be able to step up a little bit and make something …

Ranking the Ducks’ Top Games in 2014

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The tendency in these types of posts is to rank the “Top 5” games in a team’s season. However, for so many reasons, this year calls for even more speculation and dialogue. With fourteen starters returning from an 11-win team, the Ducks will hope to finally capture a national title in the first season of the College Football Playoffs. Adding …

Coaching Carousel: The 5 Biggest Coaching Changes Around the Pac-12

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The off season always brings about a deluge of coaching changes around the college football world.  Some coaches get fired during the season, such as Lane Kiffin at USC, but aren’t replaced until the dust has settled on the final games of the year, while others, like our very own Nick Allioti, retire gracefully after long, successful careers. No matter the situation, …