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Go Ducks!

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On November 3, 2012
I would like to withdraw any suggestion/implication that Darron Thomas may have been better in any way than Marcus Mariota in critical road games. By the way, Kenjon Barner is pretty goddamn obviously the Heisman Trophy favorite at this point. Share

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On November 3, 2012

Today is the day that was supposed to set the terms on which Pac-12 and the SEC would be decided. The SEC has mostly held serve; if LSU wins at home they’ll likely knock Alabama out of the SEC c

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On September 1, 2012

Links as I struggle to stay awake for the Ducks… Vote! Unless you plan to vote for the wrong sequels, in which case you should just stay home. The Final Four are certainly solid, but I think the

Mariota!

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On August 24, 2012

This young man is exceedingly likely to begin his college career 8-0: Redshirt freshman Marcus Mariota has won the job as starting quarterback for No. 5 Oregon. Oregon coach Chip Kelly announced Frida

Talking about the case with Scott the other day, I started to wonder why Sandusky-as-coaching-candidate didn’t merit more consistent mention after his retirement in 1999.  An excellent defensive coordinator for a big school with a renowned head coach should excite a great deal of interest from coaches, athletic directors, and sports journalists, yet I have […]
Ok: A team of University of Oregon economists probes one of life’s age-old questions: Is there a relationship between academic gender gaps and a university’s football team’s performance? The answer looks to be yes. In a National Bureau of Economic Research paper this month, economists Jason Lindo, Issac Swenson and Glen Waddell tracked how much […]
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