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Oregon football: Ugo Amadi recruit spotlight

Even the most casual of college football fans know about the Oregon offense. Many know of the blur-like speed that has led to many victories throughout the years, but the Oregon defense is much less talked about and often finds itself taking the blame for losses. While the Ducks continued their offensive trend in this year’s recruiting class, they also managed to secure several...
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May 21, 2015  |  Discuss

If it’s broke, fix it: what the Ducks need to do now to stay viable in the PAC-12

New fragrance from Dior: Escape. The Ducks dodged a bullet in Pullman, benefiting from a crucial noncall on this pass breakup by Dior Mathis, but they need to heal and grow in the next two weeks to make a preemptive strike in the next one (James Snook-USA TODAY Sports photo.) Duck fans: how would you like to be LSU or Michigan right now? Or USC, Cal, or Washington State? Oregon has...
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September 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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