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GameDay: The history of Oregon-Arizona continues in a winner-take-all battle

The last time the Ducks were led by a Heisman trophy contending quarterback, ranked No. 2 in the nation and facing the Arizona Wildcats, they ended experiencing the worst possible outcome. Not only did Oregon suffer a loss on that fateful night in 2007, quarterback Dennis Dixon suffered a season-ending …

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GameDay: Ten games that could have changed completely by one field goal

You know your football program is in a good place when a missed kick means you have to settle for a Rose Bowl appearance instead of a second berth at the national championship game. But the 2012 game against Stanford wasn’t the first time — nor will it be the …

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Chip Kelly's Ducks control what they can and ignore the rest

Chip Kelly is fond of reminding players and the media that the only things a team can control is its preparation, its effort and its attitude. Everything else — the venue, an opponent’s record, kickoff time, BCS ranking or weather on game day — falls into the category of things …

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Long: Marijuana a football-future killer

Tyrann Mathieu, Cliff Harris, Michael Dyer, Jeremiah Masoli, Greg Reid. What do all these familiar names have in common? At one point they were all college football superstars on some of the nation’s premier teams. But sadly, the similarity that has come to define them is that they have all …

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Video: Defining moments in Oregon football history: #6, 2009 Civil War game

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VW3yPPQoKgc&feature=youtu.be] Produced by: Will Rubin/ Sreang “C” Hok The 2009 Civil War between Oregon and Oregon State marked the 115th year of the gridiron rivalry, but the first contest that would earn the winner the Pac-12 championship along with a trip to the Rose Bowl. Televised to a national …

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Defining moments in Oregon football history: #7 2009 Arizona Drive

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIOshgOwc0Q&feature=youtu.be] Produced by: Will Rubin/ Sreang “C” Hok The 2009 Oregon football season was a roller coaster ride unlike anything seen in recent memory. Beginning in Boise with the loss of both the game and star running back LeGarrette Blount to an afternoon getting picked apart by emerging Stanford …

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In wake of ESPN revelations, students hesitate to declare football pot use a problem

An ESPN The Magazine article revealed explosive details about marijuana use with Oregon’s football program, but students aren’t convinced the team has a problem.

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ESPN report suggests 'between 40 percent and 60 percent' of Oregon football players use marijuana

The article cites 19 current or former players who suggest widespread marijuana use within the program.

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ESPN report suggests ‘between 40 percent and 60 percent’ of Oregon football players use marijuana

The article cites 19 current or former players who suggest widespread marijuana use within the program.

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Shallot: Ducks players dazed and confused in offseason break

Disclaimer: This is a part of our satirical Shallot series. All content is unbelievably fake.

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Lieberman: De'Anthony Thomas is making a fool of USC

The Black Mamba must have Lane Kiffin and the Trojans shaking their heads.

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Lieberman: Injury to LaMichael James could be blessing in disguise for Oregon

A stint on the bench for Oregon’s superstar running back could open doors for others on the team.

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Clark: '09 Cal game a defining one in recent memory

Sept. 26, 2009 is a date that will stay with me long past my time here at the University.

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Former Oregon football standouts look to make it in the NFL

More than a handful of former Oregon football players were happy to see the National Football League’s lockout end early last week, as several of them are now heading to training camp for a shot at making a team’s 53-man roster as free agents this month

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