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The Duck Stops Here:
Florida State Seminoles
Stanford beat Oregon last year with a brilliant defensive scheme and physical play. They dictated the type of game it became, a close one that came down to a few plays in the fourth quarter and overtime.
They beat the Ducks up. They stymied the running game and made it average. Other than Marcus Mariota's 77-yard run in the first quarter, which led to no points after a failed 4th and two keeper at The Cardinal 7, they frustrated Oregon's explosive offense and made it a war in the trenches, one for which the big, physical team from Palo Alto was better equipped.
Holding back the Duck: Taylor Hart supplies pressure, but Kevin Hogan gets off another short pass in last year's 17-14 loss to The Cardinal in Autzen.
The failed sequence (missed block, quick screen, low pass for a loss, run short of the first down, stuffed zone read quarterback run) set the tone for the entire game. Stanford drove 93 yards in 15 plays for 7-0 lead, one of only two sustained drives they ma...
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Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota is playing through a knee injury, according to a report. KVAL sports reporter Collin Harmon reported on Thursday that the MCL in Mariota’s left knee is partially sprained. Mariota was wearing a brace on his left knee during the Ducks’ game at Stanford on Thursday. You can see him with […]
NFL scouts can put a check next to the toughness box when it comes to Marcus Mariota and whether he should be the No. 1 overall pick in next May’s NFL draft.
The Oregonian is reporting that Mariota played and balled out against Stanford with an already partially sprained MCL.
Mariota wore a brace during Thursday nights loss, and spent most of the night not looking like his normal...
Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota (8) heads to the end zone for a touchdown run in the second quarter against the Colorado Buffaloes at Folsom Field.
Tonight in Palo Alto the Heisman Trophy winner will be decided. There is also a rather large college football game going on between two of the best teams in the Pac-12, the Stanford Cardinal and the Oregon Ducks, who both also...
The No. 3 Oregon Ducks have put their undefeated record on the line before, but never like this.
The top team in the Pac-12 will get a chance Thursday night to prove that they deserve their 11-5 odds of winning the BCS National Championship by taking care of the No. 5 Stanford Cardinal on the road.
The Cardinal, it’s important not to forget, are one mere October slip-up away from...
Over the last few weeks, the Heisman race has become a two man battle with Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston nose to nose with 2012 winner Johnny Manziel sitting in their rear view mirror. Winston took to the main stage this weekend against rival Miami while Mariota had the weekend off to prepare for Oregon's upcoming battle against Stanford. How would that impact our weekly...
Oregon fans are currently experiencing their worst nightmare. The Ducks are being completely shut down by Stanford’s defense, they can’t stop the Cardinal running attack, and now, their star quarterback is hurt. Marcus Mariota was sacked by Stanford’s A.J. Tarpley and fumbled early in the third quarter of the affair.
The play perfectly sums up how the night has gone for the Ducks.
We don't have any changes at the top after the Ducks stayed home in Week 10, but with HUGE games on the docket for Oregon, Alabama and Baylor look for a big shake-up when the Week 12 ballot drops.
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1. MARCUS MARIOTA, QB, OREGON: Mariota threw as many picks during the Ducks bye week as he did during the rest of the season. We don't have...
Marcus Mariota and Oregon's loss to Stanford has catapulted FSU's Jameis Winston into the favorite to win the Heisman Trophy.
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And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder.
Stanford knocks Oregon out of the the ranks of the unbeaten in a 26-20 home victory. (AP/ESPN)
Oregon starting quarterback Marcus Mariota dealt with an MCL injury during the Ducks' loss to Stanford. (NFL.com)
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— This Thursday marks a huge contest as the No. 3 Oregon Ducks (8-0, 5-0 Pac-12) travel to Palo Alto to challenge the No. 5 Stanford Cardinals (7-1, 5-1 Pac-12) in one of the biggest conference clashes in recent memory. As Oregon has gone above and beyond impressing fans around the country, with a high octane attack and Heisman contending QB Marcus Mariota, Thursday will be the...
Florida State fans are rejoicing. Number 2 Oregon has a loss.
In a game that had the west coast buzzing Stanford raced out to a 26-0 lead until the middle of the fourth quarter. Oregon rallied as Marcus Mariota threw two touchdown passes but the rally fell short.
Stanford defeats Oregon 26-20.
"Our guys played extremely well today." Stanford head coach...
Thursday night the biggest college football game of the season, to this point, will finally be upon us. The No. 3 Oregon Ducks travel to Stanford to take on the No. 5 Stanford Cardinal. This game has been highlighted and anticipated dating back to the summer months leading up to this college football season. The Ducks and Cardinal both were pointed out as serious national title contenders...
Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston, Johnny Manziel: Three quarterbacks, two with National Title hopes and all with one goal in mind – to win the Heisman Trophy.This weekend may just separate one of them from the pack.There are only three choices to choose from. Everyone else has eliminated themselves (Tajh Boyd, Teddy Bridgewater) or the team has done them in (Georgia, Aaron Murray...
Kevin Hogan did not have to be brilliant on Thursday night. Marcus Mariota did.Behind a steady does of Tyler Gaffney and a swarming Cardinal defense, Stanford helped make the BCS title picture a little clearer than it was with a 26-20 win over the second ranked Oregon Ducks and Heisman Trophy candidate Marcus Mariota.The win shook up the college football landscape again as both FSU...
For almost a year, Louisville’ Teddy Bridgewater has been projected to be the first quarterback taken in the 2013 NFL Draft. As the season has went on, Bridgewater’s Heisman chances seem to have dwindled off and in recent weeks some have speculated that he may not be as good of an NFL prospect as initially thought.
If you’ve watched Bridgewater in the last two games, then you...