Posted September 13, 2012 on AP on Fox
In golf, it's called the yips. Oregon center Hroniss Grasu (He-rone-iss Grah-su) doesn't have a name for it when it comes to football, he just knows he doesn't like it. Grasu has worked this week to conquer football's version of the yips that were evident last week in the No. 4 Ducks' 42-25 victory over Fresno State. One of his snaps was so badly off it went - inadvertently - into the hands of running back Kenjon Barner. It was unusual for Grasu, who was settled comfortably into his role last season as a redshirt freshman. He called it the worst game of his life. But he also felt just as ''off'' in Oregon's opener against Arkansas State, a 57-34 victory.

Caption This: Creepy Oregon clown, bro

There is nothing like a creepy clown overlooking a drunk Oregon Ducks female fan during a game. The fan reactions behind them is pretty interesting. Have at it. H/T Deadspin

Time for these Ducks to fly on their own: five players who need to have a breakout game against TT

For players, a tuneup game is a chance to play football. The stadium is loud and the adrenaline flows. The opponent doesn't really matter, Athletes relish the chance to compete and show what they can do, to play the game they've loved since they were little kids. The most joyous moments happen when the little kid comes out. Just playing, celebrating a touchdown, carried away...
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