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Oregon doesn’t mess around when it comes to school spirit. The Ducks, who have been known to bust out a flashy jersey or two, aren’t just content on equipping their football team with the latest and greatest (and wildest) gear. The cheer squad recently tweeted out some freaky close-ups as they reportedly received some customized Ducks contact lenses to wear this weekend in Washington. Check them out below. On our way to Seattle, but all we see is green and yellow #GoDucks http://t.co/C7QLuCbNqj— Oregon Cheerleading (@OregonCheer) October 11, 2013 Check out the squad in action in the video below. Filed under: College Football, Headlines, NESN Staff
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The Oregon cheerleaders have received yet another perk (?!) – new zombie-looking contact lenses. Nice stunt, Gimmick U. Oh, this isn’t the most ridiculous thing you’ve ever seen? Please share. via @OregonCheer [@OregonCheer]
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...
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 and the Oregon offense won the day in Oregon's 10th straight victory over Washington, 45-24 in Husky Stadium.
It was 31-24 after UW tailback Bishop Sankey blasted right for a 25-yard touchdown run at the end of the third quarter. Sankey gashed the Ducks in the period, 11 carries for 117 yards and 2 scores, easily shedding some listless arm tackles as the home...
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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...
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.
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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.
SEATTLE, Wash. – The No. 2 ranked Oregon Ducks took a 21-7 lead into halftime over the 15th ranked Washington Huskies at Husky Stadium. Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota has thrown for 173 yards and a touchdown while running back Byron Marshall has scored twice running the ball.
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.
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.
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.