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They’re the hottest cheerleading squad in all of college football. There’s no doubt about it. The 2013 Oregon Cheer Calendar is now on sale online.
The first-ever officially sanctioned calendar to feature the Oregon Ducks nationally renowned cheerleaders includes 13 pics, one for each month plus a pull out poster.
It’s the closest thing to a NCAA bikini calendar you’ll find. But there are no bikini images in it. 12-month calendars are available for $15.99 here , and is sold at all Duck Store locations and other licensed University of Oregon retailers.
The cheerleaders are depicted in four different uniform combinations and represent not only towns in Oregon like Tualatin, Eugene and Beaverton, but also the states of California, Utah and Hawaii.
Go here for the definitive collection of Oregon cheer pics
And here for volume 2, more bikini pics
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The Oregon Ducks mascot, Puddles, lost his head while skydiving for a College GameDay segment on Friday. Puddles was mid-jump when his head came off and plummeted to Earth, prompting a swift search for the head in Oregon.
BREAKING NEWS; The ORE Duck head is missing. While skydiving today, it came loose & plummeted to earth. A search is ongoing. No joke.
— Chris Fowler (@cbfowler...
EUGENE, Ore- The Oregon Ducks, behind superior shooting and defense, dealt Vanderbilt its first loss of the 2012-13 season. The 74-48 loss was not only ugly for the Commodore players, who managed only a paltry 34 percent shooting from the field for the game, but for Vanderbilt head coach Kevin Stallings who was ejected early in the second half.
In today's most odd news story of the day, Chris Fowler of ESPN tweeted out that the head of the Oregon Ducks' mascot was missing. How did this happen, you ask? Simple: it fell off when the mascot was skydiving on Friday.
The head of a mascot coming off and getting lost during a skydiving incident is something that I don't think we've seen before in any sport, because...
At the University of Nike on Saturday in overtime on national TV in primetime, the peak of this multi-billion-dollar college football business was coming down on a freshman quarterback, Marcus Mariota. He turned 19 a few weeks ago.
He botched it, and then the field-goal kicker missed, too, allowing Stanford to beat No. 2 Oregon 17-14. On a night when BCS No. 1 Kansas State was exposed...
Saturday night, it rained in Autzen Stadium.
For the second November in a row the Ducks' hope of a second appearance in the national championship game ended with missed field goals, missed blocks and loose footballs that bounced the other way.
Stanford's quick, physical defensive front didn't need a replay review to defeat Oregon at the line of scrimmage. The Ducks...
It seemed nothing could slow down the Oregon Ducks this season. Steamrolling opponents with a near 55 points per game average and an offense that averaged 562 yards per game, the Ducks cruised to a 10-0 record and the No. 2 BCS ranking, putting themselves three wins away from a shot at the BCS Championship Game. All of that changed on Saturday night.
EUGENE, ORE., -- The Oregon Ducks could not find the Autzen Stadium magic and fell to the Stanford Cardinal, 17-14 in overtime. Oregon falls to 10-1 for the season and 7-1 in the conference race while Stanford improves to 9-2 for the year and an identical 7-1 in the conference.
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota discusses Oregon 17-14 overtime loss to Stanford on Nov. 17, 2012 at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Ore.
Despite missing two field goals during Oregon's 17-14 loss to Stanford, Duck place kicker Alejandro Maldonado was man enough to face the media after the game and respond to questions about what happened on the field.
Week 12 isn’t the strongest slate in the 2012 college football season, but the Pac-12 features a couple of matchups that could have national title...
The Oregon Ducks entered Saturday’s game as a 3-touchdown favorite. A potent offense led by redshirt freshman Marcus Mariota was poised, to light up the scoreboard. Oregon’s improved defense wasn’t able to slow down Stanford. Duck fans watched in agony as the cardinals celebrated on their field. Fast athletic teams had created problems this year [...]
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EUGENE, ORE., -- The Oregon Ducks and the Stanford Cardinal battled to a 7-all tie in the first half of the game tonight at Autzen Stadium.
On this episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein is joined by Oregon Sports News writer Casey Mabbott. They discuss the Oregon Ducks and whether Chip Kelly can become a successful NFL head coach.
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