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The Fiesta Bowl on Thursday, January 3 features a rather intriguing matchup between the Oregon Ducks and Kansas State Wildcats, but this matchup could very well have been for the BCS Championship if not for one fateful weekend in November. The Ducks’ title hopes were derailed by Stanford at Autzen Stadium in overtime, while Kansas State was crushed by Baylor, a talented but erratic football team that finished in the middle of the pack in the Big 12. Suffice to say, this meeting features two teams that have been amongst some of the strongest in Division 1-A Football.Kansas State has appeared in 15 bowl games throughout their long history, and the 2013 Fiesta Bowl marks their third consecutive season in a bowl game. This will also be the Wildcats third visit to the Fiesta Bowl, winning the 1997 game versus Syracuse but losing in the 2003 version against Ohio State. Oregon is making their fourth consecutive appearance in a BCS bowl game – losing the 2010 Rose Bowl to Ohio State, losing...
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De’Anthony Thomas got the Oregon Ducks off to a fantastic start in the Fiesta bowl as he took the opening kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown. As you can imagine after such an emotional start fans on both sides of the ball would be at opposite ends of the “feelings” spectrum, and they were. Case in point…
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The Oregon Ducks and head coach Chip Kelly arrived in Glendale, AZ Monday for the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl amid the various NFL head coaching firings that were taking place.
So naturally, Kelly is going to have to field questions about whether he's making the jump to the NFL.
"I've got a game to play," Kelly said during the Fiesta Bowl's media day on Monday...
The No. 4 Oregon Ducks will play against the Kansas State Wildcats in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl on Thursday night.
Kickoff: 8:30 pm EST from University of Phoenix Stadium
Line: Oregon is a 7.5 point favorite against Kansas State.
Over/Under: 74 total points
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Get ready for tonight’s Fiesta Bowl between the Oregon Ducks and Kansas State Wildcats by checking out the following cheerleaders links to the Ducks cheer squad videos. Yes, the two teams that were one misstep (and they did it on the same day) from playing for the college football national title game should make for an exciting game tonight.
As these links will be entertaining...
Oregon’s DeAnthony Thomas showed off some SEC Oregon speed on the opening kickoff against Kansas State.
Oregon then went for 2 … and got it. Chip Kelly doesn’t seem to worried about the NFL at the moment.
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Oregon picked up their eleventh win of the season, but may have lost a key contributor in the process. The Ducks (11-2) beat Nevada 56-43, in a game of runs that included long scoring droughts for both teams, but Arsalan Kazemi left the game in the first half with a head injury.
Tempe, Az - Kansas State continues to prepare for the Ducks and we have you covered. Watch the latest on your Wildcats and their practice.