Posted September 13, 2012 on
The Oregon Ducks started winding down Tennessee Tech preparation on Thursday as they performed a lot of situational and mental work at practice. Chip Kelly spent a short time with the media before making contact with Jim Rome.
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Today I was alerted to a piece on The Classical that takes a look at how Oregon starting quarterbacks as “system players” under Chip Kelly and his highly specialized offense don’t really amount to much after leaving Eugene. This, as an Oregon alum and a huge Ducks fan, was obviously something that appealed to me, and I enjoyed reading it. Here is essentially the column’s...
Fans always base their expectations on the best case scenario, and losing your leading tackler and best blocker in week two comes pretty close to the worst.
The Autzen faithful have become used to success, and the thing about success is, you always come to expect even more. Oregon is 36-6 under Chip Kelly, and the 6 losses have come to teams ranked 4th, NR (8-5 Stanford in 2009...
Adrian Peterson still is not 100 percent; the initial diagnosis was an eight- or nine-month recovery and we're a couple weeks short of the nine-month mark. On Tuesday, Peterson talked to Jim Rome about where he is and where he needs to be.
How close is Peterson to 100 percent? Really close.
"I'm at 95 percent," he told Rome. "That sounds like 'he'...