An Oregon Ducks Blog: Often Imitated, Never Duplicated, Always Fashionable
When he isn't helping Chesterfield, the ATQ Twitter Gorilla, man the constant stream of hastags and fail whales, Dominic Vieira tells people where they can stick their massive amounts of content they generate and also helps them with their sleeping problems by explaining complex charts with colored boxes and arrows that point in all sorts of random directions. He enjoys a nice hot chocolate and Irish Cream concoction at night while watching "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report" and seeks to one day watch an Oregon Ducks football game without panicking about the result.
Between May 12th through May 19th, there was just a ton of stuff going on. Three issues resonated with me that I just couldn't let the week end without commenting on them. Includes the Autzen Stadium renovation project, Pac-12 Network and more.
Your daily dose of Oregon Ducks news including updates on Civil War baseball, Softball's win over BYU, a special seat at PK Park that honors POW/MIA soldiers, odds the men's basketball team will with the 2013-14 national championship and more.
Normally we'd do a quack fix here but your Oregon Ducks news of the day will be all about new auctions up to support the OI Foundation. Included are an autographed Mel Renfro Jersey, a 2010 BCS National Championship game football and more.
Your daily dose of Oregon Ducks news and links including updates on the Oregon Softball team's run at a conference championship, football commit Torrodney Prevot and Kenjon Barner talking "Madden NFL 25".
If you watched the Oregon Football Spring Game yesterday, you saw a clear number one quarterback in Marcus Mariota and two players battling it out for the backup spot in Jeff Lockie and Jake Rodrigues. Did Lockie or Rodrigues earn the backup spot?
Your daily fix of Oregon Ducks news including updates on former football stars Dion Jordan and Kyle Long who were drafted in the 1st round of the NFL draft last night. We also have updates on the Penn Relays, and a "borrowed" U of O logo.
Your daily dose of Oregon Ducks news including updates on Tony Washington and his quest to replace Dion Jordon, Mike Moser's commitment status, Justin Wilcox and the Washington Huskies defense as well as a song about pants.
The NCAA has finally concluded their inquiry into the Oregon Football program with a rather remarkable verdict. The NCAA has leveled a charge of "Lack of Institutional Control", not on Oregon, but on the University of Texas Athletic Department.
While it may seem like the kiss of death for me to upbeat about Oregon's chances against Louisville, I can't help but be somewhat contrary to what seems like popular opinion. I think the Ducks can shock the world tonight.
Has anyone else noticed that the NCAA basketball halftime coverage always an Oregon Ducks "O" when the screen-right analysts are shown? Awesome.
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