Found November 27, 2012 on
Oregon Sports News:
That’s it. As slowly as it comes, it quickly goes away. For all intensive purposes the 2012 college football regular season is behind us. Sure, Oregon State has a glorified scrimmage against an also-ran Nicholls State team Saturday and the various BCS conferences are playing their league championship games as well, but the National Title Game has been decided and we’re merely waiting for the SEC to tell us who’ll be playing Notre Dame in the game.
Much has been made of either Alabama or Georgia representing as #2 and others have gone as far as to lobby for Florida to do the same, but there are a handful of 1-loss teams on the outside looking in who’d be happy to state their case for a shot at the Fighting Irish. Problem is…they’re not in the SEC.
Since the inception of the BCS there have been 14 championship games, 8 of which have been won by the SEC, 6 of which happen to have been over the last 6 years. They’ve earned a level of respect due to such and have solidifi...
BEST OF MAXIM
With the Oregon Ducks' 2012 regular season in the books, eDucks' Stephen Summers reviews the team's 10-1 performance.
It’s time for another column to be written.
I take a sip of my Gatorade. I remember my trainer telling me not to drink it unless I’m working out. I glance down and realize what I’m wearing: an Oregon Ducks sweatshirt. I’m still psyched about the outcome, as all of us “fans” are.
The Oregon Ducks ran up, over, and around the Oregon State Beavers in the latest...
It has been nearly five years since the Oregon Ducks basketball team was last ranked in the AP top-25. Not since the days of Ernie Kent, Marty Leunen and Malik Hairston have the Ducks been deemed good enough to be considered one of the country's top teams.
There have been a few bright spots in the abysmal five-year stretch, but an overall record of 87-81 (38-52) and a football...
Forget the SEC
Before we start, let’s get something clear: the Oregon Ducks will not be going to the BCS National Championship this season. While they may be one of the top college football teams this season, they sit behind No. 1 Notre Dame (12-0), No. 2 Alabama (11-1), No. 3 Georgia (11-1), and No. 4 Florida (11-1) with no more games left to play and no chance of moving into...