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More Like BOregon, Amirite? - Just Do Something

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WTD: Win The Day...or Wither The Ducks?

By Phil Hecken

Wither the Ducks? No, certainly not — not from a football standpoint, anyway. Their resounding victory over Kansas State (Chip’s last game?) cements their status as a new powerhouse on the block. But what about those uniforms? Are the Ducks done as the team that redefined the “uniform as art” . . . → Read More: WTD: Win The Day…or Wither The Ducks?

What a Ducky Way to End My Month

By Phil Hecken

Paul’s third installment of the “Uni Watch Power Rankings” is now available for your enjoyment. . . . . .

Whew — the long, national nightmare of me filling in for Paul ends today. Trust me, no one is happier Paul will be retaking the reins of Uni Watch than . . . → Read More: What a Ducky Way to End My Month

Every Rose Has Its Thorn

By Phil Hecken

Well, the big day is FINALLY here. The Granddaddy. Is. Today. Oregon versus Wisconsin.

Today is the Rose Bowl, the ONLY bowl that, while corporately sponsored, still maintains some semblance of past glory. So traditional that you can look back on a game from decades ago and still recognize both . . . → Read More: Every Rose Has Its Thorn