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Oregon’s DeAnthony Thomas showed off some SEC Oregon speed on the opening kickoff against Kansas State.
Oregon then went for 2 … and got it. Chip Kelly doesn’t seem to worried about the NFL at the moment.
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This will provide you with all the proof one needs as to why Sports Illustrated called the Oregon Ducks’ De’Anthony Thomas the ‘fastest man in college football’ 11 seconds is all it took to get the Fiesta Bowl scoring started. H/T Diehardsports.com
Oregon seniors, punter Jackson Rice and long snapper Jeff Palmer talk about the successful 2-point conversion play after De'Anthony Thomas' 94-yard kickoff return for touchdown.
I honestly have never seen anything like this in my entire life. Basically what I’ve learned from this is that if you block an extra point and bring the ball back into the end zone and get tackled that instead of it being a normal safety, it’s only one point. Exactly what you would had gotten if you had converted the extra point.I can only imagine how confused the Kansas...
In last night's Fiesta Bowl, there was a rare occurrence. For just the fourth time known in college football history, a one-point safety was scored by Oregon against Kansas State. A one-point safety can be scored on an extra point attempt if the team on defense obtains possession of the ball as a result of a turnover such as a blocked kick, interception, or fumble and retreats...
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Oregon's DeAnthony Thomas raced 94 yards for a touchdown on the opening kickoff.
The fifth-ranked Ducks barely looked back after that.
Triggered by Thomas' attention-grabbing return, Oregon raced past No. 7 Kansas State 35-17 Thursday night at the Fiesta Bowl in what may have been coach Chip Kelly's final game with the Ducks.
Chip Kelly could make the move from Eugene, Oregon to Cleveland
very soon and become the Browns next head coach, according to an
The Fiesta Bowl on Thursday, January 3 features a rather intriguing matchup between the Oregon Ducks and Kansas State Wildcats, but this matchup could very well have been for the BCS Championship if not for one fateful weekend in November. The Ducks’ title hopes were derailed by Stanford at Autzen Stadium in overtime, while Kansas State was crushed by Baylor, a talented but erratic...
The No. 4 Oregon Ducks will play against the Kansas State Wildcats in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl on Thursday night.
Kickoff: 8:30 pm EST from University of Phoenix Stadium
Line: Oregon is a 7.5 point favorite against Kansas State.
Over/Under: 74 total points
Avg Points Allowed
Get ready for tonight’s Fiesta Bowl between the Oregon Ducks and Kansas State Wildcats by checking out the following cheerleaders links to the Ducks cheer squad videos. Yes, the two teams that were one misstep (and they did it on the same day) from playing for the college football national title game should make for an exciting game tonight.
As these links will be entertaining...
Much like a lot of the bowl season, the Fiesta Bowl between the Oregon Ducks and Kansas State Wildcats Thursday night was snoozer. Luckily enough we had the Oregon cheerleaders… h/t: The Big Lead