1. For The Pac-10 to Expand It Should Be Texas or Nothing!

    Adding Texas and Texas A&M would add a rivalry filled with tradition and passion, and of course, it would keep the perfect symmetry of the Pac-10 intact. As for the logistics of the conference alignment, it would be simple...

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  2. Who Is the College Football Team of the 21st Century?

    Nine years into the 21st Century, it is time to evaluate the polls to determine the "team of the century." The methodoligy is simple and unbiased...

    Charleston Duck Written by Charleston Duck about almost 5 years ago 574 reads 8 comments

  3. 2009 Oregon Ducks Preview: Special Teams

    “Special Teams, Be Special!” No Mike Bellotti pep talk was complete without that phrase. Don’t expect much to change under Chip Kelly...

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  4. 2009 Oregon Ducks Preview: Secondary

    Going into last season, the Oregon secondary was widely regarded as the strongest unit on the team. Self-proclaiming themselves as “D-Boyz,” the unit had an up-and-down season...

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  5. 2009 Oregon Ducks Preview: Linebackers

    In 1994, the "Gang Green" defense powered Oregon to the Rose Bowl. The heart and soul of that defense was the linebackers. The unit of Jeremy Asher, Rich Ruhl, Derrick Barnes, and Reggie Jordan simply made plays all over the field...

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  6. 2009 Oregon Ducks Preview: Defensive Line

    On signing day in 2007, Oregon appeared set at defensive tackle. Highlighting a heralded class of recruits were two four-star, US Army All-Americans, defensive tackles Simi Fili and Miles Wade...

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  7. 2009 Oregon Ducks Preview: Offensive Line

    On paper, Oregon's achilles heal appears to be the offensive line. With Max Unger and Fenuki Tupou off to the NFL via the draft, along with the graduation of Mark Lewis, Jacob Hucko, and Jeff Kendall, the Ducks lose four starters and a key reserve...

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  8. 2009 Oregon Ducks Preview: Receivers

    Entering fall camp, Oregon coaches have a good idea of who will start at three of the four receiver positions. The fourth starter for the Boise State game may not be known until Sept. 3. The Ducks return starters at the two inside positions...

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  9. 2009 Oregon Ducks Preview: Running Backs

    Last season, the Oregon rushing attack was the envy of college football. Averaging 280 yards per game, it was second only to Navy nationally...

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  10. 2009 Oregon Ducks Preview: Quarterback

    You have to go back to 2005, before Kellen Clemens senior season, to find when the Ducks felt this confident about their quarterback situation...

    Charleston Duck Written by Charleston Duck about 5 years ago 2,565 reads 2 comments

  11. The Pac-10: Welcome, Mr. Scott, to the Conference of Champions

    Hello, Larry Scott. Welcome to the Pacific-10 conference, “The Conference of Champions.” Most Pac-10 boosters, alumni, and fans were not sad (fairly or unfairly) to see Tom Hansen retire...

    Charleston Duck Written by Charleston Duck about over 5 years ago 527 reads 3 comments

  12. Can the Oregon Ducks Hold the Line in 2009?

    There are five major questions facing the Oregon Ducks for the 2009 football season. If the Ducks successfully answer these questions, look out Trojans—there may actually be a new sheriff in town this year...

    Charleston Duck Written by Charleston Duck about over 5 years ago 698 reads 1 comments