1. Oregon Ducks Fail to Dig Themselves Out of First-Half Hole

    The picture above can summarize what transpired earlier today in Palo Alto, CA. That's right, there are now no longer any unbeaten teams in Pac-10 play. The Stanford Cardinal came out firing early, and dominated the first quarter of play...

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  2. "The Farm" Won't Douse The Earth-Scorching Oregon Ducks' Offense

    It's been nearly one week since the Oregon Ducks completely outplayed the USC Trojans. Since then, many sports analysts across the nation have targeted the Oregon Ducks' upcoming matchup against the Stanford Cardinal as a trap game...

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  3. Oregon Ducks Look To Extend USC's Beaver State Drought To Four Years

    The state of Oregon is known for it's unrelenting liberalism, it's gorgeous coastline on the Pacific Ocean, it's example-setting environmentalism, and it's quality of life...

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  4. Memo To Oregon Ducks Fans: Hold Your Tongues For Now

    This past Saturday, the Oregon Ducks traveled to Seattle, Wash. to face one of their bitter rivals in the Washington Huskies. After the first quarter, there was good reason for Oregon fans to become a bit worried...

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  5. Ducks Look to Best The Huskies For The Sixth Consecutive Time

    It's amazing what a bye week can do for a college football team. No matter how any team is performing throughout the course of the season, each team works hard regardless, and thus deserves a week off to rest and recuperate for the next game...

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  6. Rest and Relaxation: The Doctor's Orders

    For the Oregon Ducks, a bye week could not have come at a more convenient time. While loaded with talent and depth, the Ducks are hurt, tired, and a little hungover from the euphoria of a five game winning streak...

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  7. Oregon Ducks Football: Finding The Open Door

    When one door closes, another door opens. Every cloud has a silver lining. Look at the glass half-full, instead of half-empty. These three idiomatic phrases, as well as many others, can represent the Oregon Ducks' season so far...

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  8. Who Is the Front Runner to Win The Pac-10?

    After the first five weeks of the College Football season, we as fans, analysts, and general sports junkies have seen many surprises...

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  9. It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's The Oregon Ducks' Passing Game

    The sky surrounding Autzen Stadium couldn't have been a more pure blue this past weekend, as the Oregon Ducks forcefully completed their journey of redemption after manhandling the California Golden Bears 42-3...

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  10. Purdue's Train Will Not "Keep A Rollin'" Against the Oregon Ducks

    Music can have a very calming effect on the mind, body, and soul. However, while I was listening to a great rendition of Aerosmith's "Train Kept a Rollin'" I could experience nothing but pure ...

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  11. Attention Oregon Ducks Fans: Do Not Panic After One Game

    I will admit, I was as disappointed as anyone could ever be watching the Oregon Ducks let the Boise State Broncos walk off the smurf turf with a victory. This loss should not be cause for alarm...

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  12. Oregon Ducks' Offensive Line a Question Mark for This Season?

    If any two facets of a football team carry more importance than the others, they would have to be the offensive and defensive lines. Others would argue that the quarterback or running back, or even the secondary are the most important...

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  13. Seattle Mariners: How Hope and Change Can Affect a Baseball Team

    Until this season, it had been tough to be a fan of the Seattle Mariners. Poor front office moves, inconsistent play, and dreadful coaching have plagued the once-great franchise...

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  14. Major League Soccer Poses Major League Problems in Portland, OR

    There are three vital components to a city's economy. One, the city's citizens. Two, the amount of tourism said city supports in a given year. And three, the amount of professional sports franchises located in said city...

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  15. A Golden Opportunity Lays on the Horizon and Portland Should Sign Bruce Bowen

    Throughout this long and draining NBA offseason, fans have grown accustomed to much speculation involving teams with cap space, free agents, and a draft pick who's last name is Ricky Rubio...

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  16. It's Andre Miller Time in Portland, But Has the Clock Run Out For Other Blazers?

    My fellow Blazermaniacs, today we stand at the point of no return. We face a shambled economy, a health care system tailored only for those who can afford it, and a congress divided over whether ...

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  17. Portland Trail Blazers To Trade for Kirk Hinrich?

    Portland Trail Blazers junkies have known that general manager Kevin Pritchard has had eyes for Chicago Bulls reserve point guard Kirk Hinrich since free agent small forward Hedo Turkoglu had ...

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  18. Are Oregon Ducks' Non-Conference Opponents Cupcakes Or Tres Leches?

    Earlier this evening, College Football laid in wait, hiding behind a bush lining the paved walkway leading to my front door. It jumped out from behind the bush and startled the ba-jesus out of me...

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  19. Ick-Snay on the Edo Turkoglu-Hay: Who Should Portland Go After?

    In only two days, the city of Portland went from having an emotional high to an energy-drink induced crash. It was reported that the Portland Trail Blazers and free agent small forward Hedo Turkoglu had agreed to a five-year, $50 million deal in principle

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  20. Hedo Turkoglu Signs With The Portland Trail Blazers

    According to Henry Abbott of espn.go.com, Hedo Turkoglu and the Portland Trail Blazers have agreed to a deal in principle...

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  21. Portland Trail Blazers Are Set Up for Major Success in the 2009 Offseason

    When Portland Trail Blazers owner Paul Allen told his general manager Kevin Pritchard to make the necessary moves to improve the team, I am convinced he did not mean to make minor adjustments...

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  22. Portland Trail Blazers Make Progress on Draft Day, But More is Still to Come

    No, the Blazers did not manage to land Arizona State sensation, or 2009 Pac-10 player of the year, James Harden (far right). He was selected third in the draft by Portland's once interstate rivals, the Oklahoma City Thunder/Seattle Supersonics...

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  23. Portland Trail Blazers Draft Day Game Plan Part Three: Power Forwards

    This is the third and final installment in my Draft Day Game Plan mini series. We've already discussed the Trail Blazers' needs at the point and the three...

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  24. Portland Trail Blazers Draft Day Game Plan Part Two: Small Forwards

    This article is my second installment in my three-part series regarding which routes the Portland Trail Blazers should take this Thursday with regards to reordering their roster...

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  25. Portland Trail Blazers Draft Day Game Plan Part 1: Point Guards

    As I woke up this morning, I went through the motions of my daily routine. I took a shower, ate some breakfast, and checked the rumor mill on espn.go.com...

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