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GameDay: Here’s how Oregon and Michigan State stack up

There is no question where the nation’s eyes will be cast this weekend. Oregon is favored by 11 points according to odd makers in Las Vegas, but chances are, it will come down to the wire. Here’s how No. 3 Oregon and No. 7 Michigan State stack up: OFFENSE Oregon: After …

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Video: College GameDay visits Eugene

Duck fans showed their spirit early Saturday morning for ESPN’s College GameDay show.

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Zone Read AM: GameDay arrives in Eugene, Jordan Hasay prepares for her final race as a Duck

If this were any other weekend it would be the same ‘ole story. Overcast, overcast and a little more overcast with a sprinkle of angry Duck fans wishing the rain would stop pouring down on them. But for this weekend, just this weekend, Duck fans will have a reason to …

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Walks: Students still want their share of night games

To those unaffiliated with the program complaining about late games: shush. Crack a beer. Enjoy your day, and then enjoy your night with your favorite football team.

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Opinion

Thumbs: Celebrating GameDay, mourning a race car driver

The opinion desk makes rulings on the week’s highlights. Return of ESPN’s College GameDay, Research into van Gogh’s death, ASUO, Death of Dan Wheldon,

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Arizona State brings impressive passing attack to Autzen Stadium

Led by 6-foot-8 quarterback Brock Osweiler, the Sun Devils will look to target Oregon’s secondary early and often.

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ESPN College GameDay returns to Eugene

Oregon will host the ESPN College GameDay crew for the sixth time when they welcome the Arizona State Sun Devils on Saturday night.

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University students vie for opportunity to meet ESPN's Jenn Brown

In a promotional effort by Jenn Brown and Zaarly, an online proximity-based marketplace, students in the Eugene community have the chance to meet the ESPN broadcaster — and make money doing it.

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