Found September 10, 2012 on NorthWest Sports Beat:
Bulldogs vs Ducks Recap Did you miss the Bulldogs vs. Ducks Week 2 football game Saturday? We’ve got the highlights for you. © NWSports "Q" for North West Sports Beat, 2012. | Permalink | No comment | Follow NWSB on Twitter or join US on Facebook for real-time updates OR... | Share This on Twitter | Share NWSportsBeat.com on Facebook Post tags: Ducks, Ducks highlights, Fresno St. Bulldogs vs. Oregon Ducks, highlights, NWSB Video, Oregon, Oregon Ducks, UO, Week 2 Highlights
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