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New York Times Sports:
The Oregon football team often makes a big entrance with its flashy uniforms. The Ducks' Rose Bowl duds are no exception, and the locals love the look.
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Oregon offensive lineman Mark Asper helped saved a man who was choking at dinner by doing the Heimlich Maneuver.
For University of Oregon star running back LaMichael James, he and some of the University of Oregon football team made a trip to Disneyland during their stay in Los Angeles for the Rose Bowl.
LaMichael and some teammates decided to trip down Space Mountain and below the picture proof that LaMichael was a little scared:
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Sadly for the Oregon Ducks running back, this embarrassing photo of him with a look of abject terror on his face while riding Space Mountain at Disneyland while the team was in L.A. preparing for the Rose Bowl is making its way around the interwebs at breakneck speed. How humiliating it must be for James [...]
Thanks to Kenjon Barner’s Twitter page we have some good insight into the fears of Oregon’s fierce running back, LaMichael James’ deepest fears.
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Link to original article: LaMichael James Is Not a Fan of Roller Coasters
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Disneyland -- Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan spoke to eDuck.com at Disneyland on Tuesday about the upcoming Oregon-Wisconsin match-up. While some believe the Ducks will struggle against the Badgers, Jordan isn't one of them. See and hear what Jordan has to say about the game.
Los Angeles -- Oregon offensive lineman Mark Asper apparently saved a man's life tonight at Lowery's Steak House by performing the Heimlich Maneuver to dislodge a piece of steak from the gentleman's throat.
Mark Asper is a mammoth of a human being. At 6’7” and 325 pounds, he’s an offensive lineman (you could’ve guessed that) on the Rose Bowl-bound Oregon Ducks. And although size is typically what Asper depends on when it comes to his play on the field, on Thursday night he relied on something much, much [...]