The Path to Glory Is Covered in Blue-Blood

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There’s been a lot of grousing about preseason rankings and critics. When did Ducks fans develop such a thin skin? Rather than pound the table, I say bring it on. To the national pundits we’re known as the Blur or Track Town, USA. Speed may impress, but it doesn’t always earn long-term respect. We hear it all the time. They …

Oregon Extends Offer to Son of Former NFL Great

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In the competitive world that is college football recruiting, landing big names is important. According to oregon247sports.com, the University of Oregon has extended a scholarship offer to Thaddeus Young, son of arguably the greatest wide receiver to ever play in the NFL – Randy Moss. Thaddeus, now with close to 15 collegiate offers, is attempting to live his own life when it comes to football. The 6’4, 240 lb. tight …

The Ducks Come Out Victorious on Opening Night

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After a tumultuous offseason, the Oregon Ducks men’s basketball team began the regular season with a 107-65 victory over the Coppin State Eagles at Matthew Knight Arena on Friday night. The Ducks didn’t play particularly well in the opening minutes. Oregon’s poor transition defense failed to pick up the Eagles’ three-point shooters, which allowed Coppin State to convert on six …