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“Turn up the lights in here baby. Extra bright I want y’all to see this.” The words certainly apply to the Rose Bowl and the BCS in college football. The Kanye West hit is performed by the Oregon Ducks marching band, at the Santa Monica pier pep rally.
They must have known I was coming; the song is my ring tone and iconic of my hometown Chicago.
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The Oregon Ducks cheerleaders are the hottest in all of college football. Possibly the hottest in all of sports. I don’t know why that is; it just is. Oregon made it to the Rose Bowl this year, so the cheerleaders got to perform their dance numbers/routines on the big stage all week.
Watch the vids after the jump
In the meantime, for volume 1 of our Oregon Ducks cheerleader gallery...
Here is the complete 2012 football schedule for Oregon:
The Pac-12 Conference finalized its 2012 football schedule.
Oregon released its 2012 slate, and their visit to USC on Nov. 3 highlights the schedule.
Sept. 1 vs. Arkansas State
Sept. 8 vs. Fresno State
Sept. 15 vs. Tennessee Tech
Sept. 22 vs. Arizona
Sept. 29 at Washington State
Oct. 6 vs. Washington
Oct. 13 Open
Oregon senior OL Mark Asper spoke with Duck Sports Authority in the locker room following their win over Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl.
LaMichael James declared for the NFL Draft today, which means it's times for the debates to begin: About his size, his durability, his transition from a prolific "college offense" to a pro system that will never consider the schemes that fueled his record-breaking career at Oregon.
All of which will go on until the question is decided one way or the other, years from...
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- Oregon running back LaMichael James says he is skipping his senior year and declaring himself eligible for the NFL draft.
University of Oregon running back LaMichael James has announced he has filed paperwork with the National Football League with the intent of entering the 2012 NFL Draft.
After helping Oregon to the Pac-12 championship and becoming the school's all-time leading rusher, LaMichael James was set to announce Friday he was heading for the NFL Draft, according to The Oregonian.
Oregon running back LaMichael James is skipping his senior year and declaring himself eligible for the N.F.L. draft.
Oregon running back LaMichael James says he is skipping his senior year and declaring himself eligible for the NFL Draft.