Found January 29, 2014 on The Duck Stops Here:
There's a website called Return of Kings written for 20-something men that reduces the sexual politics of the social messaging dating age down to their raw, unforgiving essence. At times, it can be mean and soulless ("Why older women need to just go away" is a recent post) but it gives its target audience a strategy for dealing with the world and claiming what they want, though you can argue the merits of their tactics. In a similar way, there are times where it's necessary to cut through cozy, feel-good arguments, and say things just how they are in other contexts. In the matter of recent Duck news headlines and their impact on the future of Oregon football, here's a two-minute blast of reality, no matter how impolitic and unpalatable it might be. It was reported yesterday on goducks.com and elsewhere that Arik Armstead quit the men's basketball team to concentrate on football, giving him the opportunity to spend a crucial winter working on stren...
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