3 Games Oregon Football Fans Are Overlooking

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Looking at Oregon’s 2015 schedule most fans tend to only talk about Michigan State, Stanford, and USC. Yes, those are all very big games that will decide the fate of the 2015 Oregon Ducks, as well as the landscape of College Football. But there are other games Oregon fans need to be aware of, games that are very close to …

Oregon Football 2014: Three Defining Moments

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Mike Merrell’s Three-and-Out Some things never get old. Remembering wonderful things that came our way out of the blue always brings a smile. For sheer joy, it’s a toss-up between that and remembering the most outlandish, hilarious misfortunes that happened to those whom we might consider our enemies. Three defining moments of Oregon Football 2014 are the subjects of this …

The Fans React to the Utah Fumble

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Hey Duck fans, in case you missed it there was an unbelievable fumble by Utah WR Kaelin Clay that turned the entire game around. Okay, there was a hint of sarcasm there… I’m not sure how you could miss it, as it is one of the most talked about parts of this last weekend’s match-up in Salt Lake City. Clay took …

Dropped Balls and Other Life Lessons

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Mike Merrell’s Three-and-Out With the success of Oregon football this season, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement and fail to notice some of the life lessons that abounded this past week in college football. The vaunted SEC West, for example, once again proved the value of being a big frog in a small pond. Mississippi State and …

Madness Comes Every Seventh Year

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Seven. No number has more mythology or legend associated with it. Many classic tales center on the premise of an occurrence “every seven years.” Football, a sport where the value of its primary form of scoring totals seven points, isn’t immune to this lore. College football, in particular, in the 21st century (the first century since the game’s invention that …

Is There Anything Super Mariota Can’t Do? A Quick Recap of Last Night’s Accomplishments

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We are the champions, we are the champions! Okay, we aren’t necessarily champions yet, but our men are on their way for sure! After last night’s 51-27 win over Utah, our Ducks are said to most likely move up to third in the National Championship bracket. This was not an easy game for our Ducks or for the Utes despite …

Utah talks about Oregon: “They’re for real.”

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Editor and reporter, Natalie Liebhaber, writes of the Utah press conference from Salt Lake City, Utah Saturday night for FishDuck.com. Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham didn’t have any trouble identifying the instant the momentum turned against his Utes in Saturday night’s match-up against the Ducks. At the conclusion of the first quarter, Utah led Oregon 7-0. On the first play of the …

Some Key Aspects of the Oregon vs. Utah game

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That’s right Duck fans, tonight is the night! The No.17 Utah Utes will host the No.4 Oregon Ducks in a highly anticipated showdown at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah. Going into this matchup, the Utah Utes possess a dominating defense similar to Stanford’s; they lead the country in sacks with 4.88 per game. On the other hand, the …

Utah’s Dynamic Team Will Present a Challenge for the Ducks

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In an interview for FishDuck.com Thursday, I spoke with Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich at the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex. Oregon’s matchup against No. 17 Utah is getting closer by the minute, and the Ducks have already had a long week of practice to develop the right game-plan. One of the main things the Ducks have been preparing for is Utah’s ability to give …