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Catching up with Darrion Weems

The senior from Winnetka, Calif., sat down with the Emerald last week to talk about how he chose to come to Eugene, his opinions on smack talk and what he listens to on game day.

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Back to business as No. 4 Oregon prepares for USC

With Stanford in the past, Oregon returned to practice with nothing but USC to focus on.






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Ducks climb to number four in BCS Standings

Saturday’s victory over then fourth-ranked Stanford put Oregon in the fourth spot right behind Alabama, Oklahoma State and LSU.






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Video: Lucas Clark breaks down Oregon's victory

Lucas Clark breaks down UO’s 53-30 victory over Stanford and looks ahead to Oregon’s match up with USC next week.






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Turnovers doom Stanford in loss to Oregon

Stanford’s committed a season-high five turnovers in their first loss of the season.






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Defense shines in Palo Alto as Ducks stifle Cardinal offense

Oregon’s defense held Stanford to a season low in rushing, while forcing five key turnovers in a 53-30 victory.






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Malee: Oregon and Stanford enter showdown on two very different paths

Both Oregon and Stanford are top ten teams now, but the future of at least one team could look very different.






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Against Stanford, Ducks face diverse offensive attack

Andrew Luck headlines the Stanford offense, but the Cardinal attack is still based in the running game.






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Around the Pac-12: Week 11

A look at Pac-12 football action in the 11th week of the season.






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Turnover margin key factor in matchup between Stanford and Oregon

Which side will establish their defense as a legitimate force in Palo Alto?






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Drukarev: College sports need a culture change

The culture of college sports administrators protecting their own must change.






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Oregon receives another commitment, others will attend Stanford game

Several recruits with Oregon offers will have a chance to see the Ducks play in person.






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Clark: Memories of Stanford trip still remain two years later

The Ducks suffered a disappointing loss two years ago in Palo Alto, but things might be different this time around.






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Oregon Ducks return to practice, begin preparations for Stanford Cardinal

The No. 6 Oregon football team returned to practice in the Moshofsky Center on Monday to begin preparations for a showdown in Palo Alto, Calif. against No. 3 Stanford.






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Oregon closes Husky Stadium by handing Washington a loss

It was supposed to be Washington’s gallant closing ceremony for 92-year-old Husky Stadium. Instead, Oregon stole the show Saturday night. Just as the Ducks have in each of their seven previous matchups with the Huskies, Oregon won by a three-score margin, extending the longest winning streak in the history of the teams’ rivalry.






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Oregon uses strong defensive effort to defeat Washington, 34-17

The Ducks use several key takeaways and a strong rush defense to take out the Huskies at home.






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Photos: Oregon football — Ducks beat Washington Huskies 34-17

The Oregon Ducks defeated the Washington Huskies 34-17 on Saturday. LaMichael James finished with 156 yards on the ground and one TD while Darron Thomas threw for 169 yards and one TD. The Ducks advance to 8-1, facing Stanford on November 12, in Palo Alto.






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In Washington, No. 6 Oregon begins key stretch of games

With No. 4 Stanford and USC looming on the horizon, the Ducks first have to take care of business on the road against a dangerous Washington squad.






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Catching up with Alejandro Maldonado

Oregon sophomore Alejandro Maldonado talks Washington, what brought him to Oregon and his new major.






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Holding the line: How Steve Greatwood transformed Oregon's offensive line into one of nation's best

Under the leadership of coach Steve Greatwood, Oregon’s offensive line has paved its way into the record books.






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Special teams, red zone offense will be key for Washington in Oregon matchup

The Huskies must execute near the goal line and contain Oregon’s return game to spring an upset in Seattle.






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Oregon secondary ready for another challenge in Keith Price

Oregon managed without Anthony Gildon last week, but the senior’s presence will surely be appreciated against a balanced Washington team on Saturday.






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Around the Pac-12, Week 10

Week 10 of the college football season features several crucial Pac-12 contests.






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Clark: More to come from Oregon's special teams

Oregon is loaded with playmakers on special teams, and those units are starting to take shape midway through the season.






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Oregon focuses on Washington backfield as November begins

The Ducks look to shake off the rust as they prepare for the Washington Huskies this week.






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Freshmen continue to impress in Oregon's 43-28 win over Washington State

Bryan Bennett and De’Anthony Thomas led the second-half surge as Oregon defeated Washington State for its seventh-straight win on Saturday.






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Second-half surge leads No. 7 Oregon to 43-28 win over Washington State

Oregon used a 21-point third quarter to pull away from a physical Washington State team in the second half.






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Photos: Oregon football — Ducks overcome slow start, defeat Washington State Cougars 43-28

The Oregon Ducks defeated the Washington State Cougars 43-28 at Autzen Stadium Saturday afternoon. In what would be their slowest offensive start since their September 3rd game against LSU, Oregon failed to score an offensive touchdown (but did score off a blocked punt) in the first quarter.






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Washington State fails to execute in critical situations against Oregon

Poor play on special teams and a pair of untimely turnovers doomed the Cougars’ chances to upset Oregon.






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