Found September 25, 2012 on
Taking Bad Schotz:
De’Anthony Thomas is a hybrid wide receiver/running back for the Oregon Ducks who can run faster than Forrest Gump. Michael K. Williams plays Omar Little in the Wire, and now plays mobster Chalky White in Boardwalk Empire, and is overall a complete HBO boss. They both have the droopy eyes, the chin strap/goatee combo, and the cornrows. And on top of the look they’re both extremely entertaining, captivating everybody’s attention whenever they’re on TV.
Look-A-Like Credit: Schotz’s brother–> Schotz
BEST OF MAXIM
The Oregon Ducks certainly have lofty expectations for their 2012 season.
And, while the season is still young, a blowout victory over the No. 22 Arizona Wildcats combined with an LSU close call against Auburn helped the Ducks realize their potential as they jumped the Tigers and now sit in the number two position in the AP Poll.
Though the AP Poll does not figure...
Oregon 49 – 0 Arizona
The Oregon Ducks used a bevy of weapons and talent to overcome the Arizona Wildcats by the score of 49-0 at Autzen Stadium on Saturday night.
Oregon, who was facing what could be considered their first “true” opponent of 2012, showcased offensive and defensive prowess against a Wildcats football team that was trying to find their own college football...
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By ANNE M. PETERSON AP Sports Writer Tight end Colt Lyerla (LYE-er-la) can be excused for momentary lapses because he's still getting used to playing a role in Oregon's backfield.
The sophomore laughed that he wasn't supposed to hold onto the ball when quarterback Bryan Bennett handed off to him in the third quarter Saturday night against...
OREGON HAS ROLLED through its early season schedule like a steamroller, winning by an average of 35 points. Opponents have mostly been less than daunting and all four games have been at Autzen Stadium -- but the initial results seem to rule out 2012 being a Chip Kelly rebuilding year. On top of that, Duck fans are expected to come in droves to Seattle when Oregon takes on Wazzu Saturday night.
This past Saturday, I had the opportunity to go down to Eugene for the University of Oregon football game versus Arizona.
Growing up I have been a Ducks fan since before I can remember. I would go to a game a year and always loved the Ducks. But now I have a new-found appreciation for that football program.
Every fall, I have the opportunity to coach high school football for a...