Chip Kelly Update: Everything’s Good Again …


… or is it? After weeks of despair and dissension, the 4-7 Philadelphia Eagles rallied to stun the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, 35-28. Chip Kelly outsmarted coaching legend Bill Belichick in their first head-to-head battle. Sam Bradford returned...

Chip Kelly Update: Wailing and Gnashing of Teeth


Last week the Eagles lost a tight game to a bad Miami squad, 20-19. And Eagles fans and reporters went crazy with despair. This Sunday, the team was blown out by a bad Tampa Bay team featuring a rookie quarterback...

Rugby Punters, Hurry up and Pac-12 Refs


Mike Merrell’s Three-and-Out What an exciting era for college football! Globalization, which began with soccer-style place kickers, has taken the next step forward with rugby-style punters, and hurry-up spread offenses are producing basketball-es... Continue reading →

Put Down Your Pitchfork: Oregon Born, Duck Raised, Husky Alumnus?


Put down your pitchfork. I’m not your enemy. I’m a Duck fan just like you. I was born in Roseburg, raised in Eugene, and have always been a Duck fan. I understand that the term “Husky alumni” is anathema to... Continue reading →

College Football Nation: Week 7 Rivalry Week Heats Things Up


Big 12 The Kansas State Wildcats had No. 2  TCU Horned Frogs right where they wanted them in their Week 6 matchup. Going into the second half of the game, they led the Frogs by 18 points, but the lead didn’t hol... Continue reading →

Our True Rival and Why We Hate Them


The new term has just begun and this means that there are many new fans for the student section. However, a startling new trend has befallen Oregon. Due to our recent dominance over Washington, some fans have begun to think... Continue reading →

Dear Ducks: If Ever, Let It Be This Week


“We compete against ourselves.” “We play them one game at a time.” “Our opponents are faceless.” These are all axioms you have heard from football coaches from Pee Wee ball to the NFL. They are ways of saying no one&... Continue reading →

4 Duck Standouts at the Halfway Mark


After the success of the 2014 Oregon football team, the 2015 Ducks entered the season with high expectations. There were expectations from themselves, fans, and local and national media — expectations that seemed reasonable due to the contin... Continue reading →

Recruiting Update: Oregon Commit Reaches Out


News As the so-called recruiting junkie for this site, I perhaps am the most anxious of everyone to see how this current campaign’s success affects the future. Enter current Oregon commit La’Mar Winston (4-Star/Portland, Ore./Riva... Continue reading →

College Football: Who to Root For and Against in Week 7


The Oregon Ducks are sitting at 3-3 headed into Week 7. Duck fans didn’t see this coming, the college football know-it-alls didn’t see this coming and I definitely didn’t see it coming. Usually, my articles focus on other teams around the...

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