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November 2014 - page 2

AP Top 25: Alabama back on top

Alabama’s convincing Iron Bowl victory on Saturday was enough to earn the nod over Florida State in this week’s AP Top 25 poll. Undefeated Florida State (12-0) garnered 29 first place votes to Alabama’s 25, but the Crimson Tide edged out the top spot by a three-point margin. No. 1 Alabama (11-1) will battle No. […] Continue reading

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Salem Teacher Charged

SALEM, Ore. — A part-time high school instructor in Salem has been charged with online sexual corruption of a child. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office arrested 25-year-old Ivan Hallstead on Friday night. He’s accused of texting and attempting to lure his teen victim for the purpose of sexual contact. Hallstead is a part-time percussion instructor … Continue reading »

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Rivalry Week

It’s the one time a year when you’ll tailgate and share beers with the opposing fan base. Why? Because these people have been your friends for ten years and you genuinely enjoy their company. But let’s be honest, these people…

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Nebraska shucks Bo Pelini, will they call Scott Frost home?

Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst announced this morning that he has fired head coach Bo Pelini after a 9-3 regular season, indicating that the Cornhuskers intend to move in a new direction. Pelini was 67-27 as Husker coach, going 9-4 3 times and 10-4 3 times over six full seasons prior to this one, a […] Continue reading

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Oregon State Has High Praises for Marcus Mariota

Tyler Robinson reports from the Oregon State post game press conference at Reser Stadium for Heisman moment anyone? The only “knock” on Marcus Mariota’s Heisman campaign has been the lack of what some “experts” like to call a “Heisman moment.”…

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Ducks Crush Beavers in Civil War 47-19

CORVALLIS, Ore — The No. 2 Oregon Ducks left no doubt about who was the best football team in the state, thrashing the Oregon State Beavers 47-19 in the 118th playing of the Civil War in front a packed house at Reser Stadium. Heisman Trophy contender Marcus Mariota once again led the way for the … Continue reading »

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Oregon Ducks shred Oregon State a seventh straight year in 47-19 Civil War rout

The Ducks piled up 565 yards and held the Beavers to just 4.6 yards per play — nearly half of Oregon’s per-play average.

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Mariota inadvertently strikes Heisman pose

Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota entered Saturday as the Heisman favorite, and he ended Saturday as the Heisman favorite. That’s what happens when y… Continue reading

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