Oregon Football: 10 Changes the Ducks Must Make to Keep Winning

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Oregon Football:  10 Changes the Ducks Must Make to Keep Winning
Photo of De'Anthony Thomas by Joel Conrad Bechtolt

It takes a special kind of (spoiled rotten) fan to feel letdown after a game where your team just beat a conference opponent by more than 3 touchdowns, but that's exactly how I felt after Oregon beat California 43-15 last Thursday night in Eugene.

There seems to be a spark missing with this Oregon team, perhaps a lack of vision and chemistry that comes out when analyzing their games so far.  Sure they beat their opponents by an average of 28 points and have only lost to the No. 1 team in the nation, but unlike last year's squad that went 12-0 in the regular season, the 2012 Ducks have glaring faults that need to be addressed if they plan on beating anyone good, namely ASU, The Huskies, USC and especially Stanford.

The following slideshow is my attempt at playing Monday Morning Quarterback and second guessing the great Chip Kelly.

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