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SEATTLE, Wash. -- Oregon wide receiver Josh Huff speaks with media about the injury that knocked him out of the first half and then coming back in for the second half for a 65-yard TD pass reception.
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The rivalry between the Washington Huskies and the Oregon Ducks predates my existence by 91 years. Washington is ranked #16 nationally this year, making UW Oregon’sfirst ranked opponent this season. For both teams, this is an important game, with high bowl implications and the fire of rivalry running hot.
Part of the reason for the animosity between the two teams is a 30...
Marcus Mariota isn’t exactly new to the college football scene. As a redshirt freshman he tallied over 3,400 total yards and 37 touchdowns while being named the Pac-12′s Offensive Freshman of the Year and leading the Oregon Ducks to a Fiesta Bowl win. Yet, despite all of his success, Mariota was still somewhat of a hidden gem of the Northwest (he didn’t even crack the top...
SEATTLE -- After recording his second 150 yards plus day of receiving in a row, Bralon Addison talks to media after Oregon's 45-2 win over Washington on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013 at Husky Stadium. Addison had eight catches for 157 yards and two touchdowns for the day.
SEATTLE -- After the Ducks demolished Washington on Saturday Oct. 12, 2013 at Husky Stadium, some were calling him Super Marcus, but Marcus Mariota was the same leveled headed guy he's always been. Mariota passed for 366 yards, three touchdowns and ran for 88 yards and one touchdown with no interceptions or fumbles.
ESPN decided to make a rare trip out west for College GameDay this week, and despite the fact that the show began at 6:00 AM local time, Washington fans came out ready and prepared for the big matchup with the Oregon Ducks. It turns out that the folks out west can make clever jokes too — here are the best GameDay signs we’ve seen in Seattle:
#GameDaySigns by my talented wife...
Adam Jude of The Seattle Times & CineSport’s Noah Coslov preview Washington-Oregon on tap for Saturday at Husky Stadium. They discuss the QB matchup between Marcus Mariota and Keith Price and the impact of ESPN’s College GameDay.
Jude: Previewing Washington-Oregon
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Why Oregon fans love Marcus Mariota: he's a great player who always shares credit. He respects the game, the opponent and his teammates. He's always focused on getting better and meeting the next challenge.
The first six weeks of the 2013 college football season are in the books. After going 8-2 in last week’s predictions (which followed a perfect 10-0 performance), it’s time to unveil predictions for Week 7′s high-stakes action. [RELATED: College Football Predictions: Picks For Saturday's Best Games] Via College GameDay Official Facebook Page Note: All rankings are...
Marcus Mariota leads Ducks in the air and on the ground, passing for three touchdowns and running for another as Ducks convincingly tame the Huskies.
The courage of Josh Huff: Huff went to the sidelines with what looked like a potential season-ending ankle injury in the first half. He had to be carried to the bench by two offensive linemen and medical staff was workinng on him feverishly. Rob Moseley tweeted that the injury required a halftime x-ray and Huff had to demonstrate to trainers and coaches that he could run and cut...
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota may have entered the weekend as the Heisman frontrunner, but Saturday’s 45-24 win at Washington erased any...
SEATTLE -- Marcus Mariota was finally forced to take a fourth-quarter snap for Oregon. He was just as good as he was in the first three.
I am not sure how to describe this thing. It appears to have occurred during the College Game Day broadcast. Were they having a dance off or something? Was that What Does the Fox Say? song playing and these guys were showing some love for a fellow member of the animal kingdom?
I don't know, but I do know that I can't stop watching it.
Resistance is futile.
It isn't the last test of the season or grounds for complacency, but yesterday's dismantling of Washington's most promising team of the last decade pretty much establishes that the 2013 Oregon Ducks are making a bid for greatness.
This team has a special blend of talent, humility, resolve and devotion to each other. They stay on mission. And they...
SEATTLE - Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds was at Husky Stadium Saturday as the No. 2 Oregon Ducks defeated the No. 16 Washington Huskies 45-24 in front of an announced attendance of 71833. Here is a photo gallery of the game and the atmosphere at Husky Stadium.