Forget Auburn: The Natty That Oregon SHOULD Have Won

Jeremiah Geiger Editorials Leave a Comment

On the night of November 17, 2012 the Stanford Cardinal came into Eugene, and ripped a national championship away from the Ducks. To this day, it might be the most painful regular-season loss for the Oregon Ducks in their history. Ducks fans have experienced many painful losses, but this one especially resonates because of the implications it had. 2012 was …

The Man Who Truly Did it All for Oregon Football: A Tribute to Shy Huntington

Joey Holland History Leave a Comment

In an increasingly specialized football culture, almost all players are limited to one specific position or role.  Since the return to the two-platoon system in the 1960s, college athletes have focused their efforts and development on one single facet of the game. As a result, we have nickel backs, pass-rushers, slot receivers, and numerous other specific positions that have led …

Oregon’s Success Founded On Proper Blueprint – Fundamentals of Change

FishDuck Staff History Leave a Comment

Many political theorists will you tell that revolutions occur during periods of rising social expectations. Political coup d’états rarely happen in dire living circumstances. When you expect little you demand even less. However, if you feel that you are owed more than what you are currently getting or social conditions, though vastly improved, have slowed to an unacceptable pace then …