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With only a couple of weeks left in the season, we need good performances to get back to even. At season’s end, I’ll be posting our overall records in addition to the final Tailgater marks, but for now:
Zach Bigalke: 51-52-2 (4-5)
John Mitchell: 46-57-2 (2-7)
Matt Strobl: 47-55-3 (3-6)
Week 13 Picks
Notre Dame’s season will end today. Either the Irish beat USC and secure a berth in the National Championship game, or they lose to the Trojans and, most likely, see those title hopes go up in smoke. With too many other talented programs nipping at their heels and an overall body of work filled with question marks, the Irish need to impress in their final effort.
Week 13 is rivalry weekend. The Game. The Civil War. Bedlam. The Iron Bowl. The Egg Bowl. The Apple Cup. Florida and Florida State. South Carolina and Clemson. Georgia Tech and Georgia. These are the times that try fans’ souls. Well, okay…that might be a bit of an exaggeration in many of these cases as some the
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Quarterback Marcus Mariota took the podium following Oregon's 48-24 win over Oregon State at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Ore., on Nov. 24, 2012.
Oregon running back Kenjon Barner was injured late in the first half against Oregon State with what appeared to be a possible rib or abdomen injury.
Barner was attended to by trainers on the field after the injury, then walked gingerly to the sidelines without help. He stood on the sidelines for several minutes with his helmet on, conferring with trainers, before heading to the...
Kenjon Barner ran for 198 yards and two touchdowns despite leaving the game for a time with an injury, and No. 5 Oregon defeated No. 16 Oregon State 48-24 in the Civil War on Saturday, keeping alive the Ducks' hopes for a spot in the Pac-12 title game and even an outside chance at the national championship.
De'Anthony Thomas, who helped picked up the slack while Barner was...
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The Ducks and Beavers have always enjoyed showing off and flexing their muscles on the national spotlight, but unfortunately not everybody around will be able to catch this one on the Pac-12 Network.
Still, Oregon cannot control...