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JAKE FISHER RUMORS & GOSSIP

Voice of the fan: redemption, not revenge, on the minds of the Ducks

by DSH correspondent Jeff Newcomb The magnificent seven-five: Jake Fisher told reporters this week that revenge wasn’t a factor for the Ducks (Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports photo). They say that revenge is a dish best served cold. What a great storyline for the columnists and the commentators and the people in the stands… “Ducks get shot to avenge loss…” “Number two...
Via The Duck Stops Here
15 days ago  |  Discuss

College Football Playoff Projections: Miss St, FSU, Auburn, Oregon in top four

This is not an easy opening task for the committee in developing the first ever College Football Playoff Top 25 ranking. All schools projected to be within the top eight below will fall in the upper eight. Teams three through eight ranks could all vary slightly.  Alabama, Auburn, and Oregon are in very close contention for rank. If the rankings are treated more like a power poll...
Via College Football Universe
October 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Oregon Football: Ducks finding their rhythm

The Oregon football team beat the Washington Huskies for the 11th straight time last Saturday, improving the Ducks record to 6-1 and making them the first PAC-12 team bowl eligible. But there are far greater goals for this Oregon team. The Ducks are in first place in the PAC-12 North division and are in control of their own destiny headed towards the first college football playoff...
Via isportsweb.com
October 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Oregon's left tackle is the Pac-12 MVP

Oregon has a Heisman frontrunner in quarterback Marcus Mariota, but left tackle Jake Fisher might be the team’s most valuable player. That...
Via Athlon Sports
October 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Ducks shrug off the punch and ignore the spat, surge back in Pasadena

Time to throw and room to run: Oregon’s offense got untracked with the return of Jake Fisher, the offensive line not allowing a sack and paving the way for 258 yards rushing as the Ducks rolled in Pasadena, knocking off the Bruins 42-30 in the Rose Bowl (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports. It was vintage Oregon, and just in time. The Ducks looked headed for a season on the brink and a...
Via The Duck Stops Here
October 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Oregon offensive line regroups as Ducks look forward to Arizona

Jake Fisher is practicing. This being the Ducks, no one will come out and say it, but he could be back in the lineup next Thursday night when the Ducks host Arizona at 7:30 on ESPN. Stetzon Bair, 6-9, 290, has switched over from the defensive line, giving Steve Greatwood a raw tackle with the longest arms on the team. Who knows? At this point he’s an insurance policy and another...
Via The Duck Stops Here
September 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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