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For The Cheerleaders! LET'S GO DUCKS!!

Ifo’s All-American Civil War Performance

I have to depart from my usual analysis to give credit to Ifo and look at some of his great plays in the Civil War game. There were more highlights of him than I had room to list, but it was still interesting to look at a couple of plays closely.

Campus Attic Docs: Tournament Park - Oregon's Home Away From Home

Video mini-documentary telling the story of Tournament Park in Pasadena, CA, a place of early college football glory that the University of Oregon practically made a second home for a time in the years before the Rose Bowl was built.

Alamo Bowl Preview

Happy Holidays ATQ and Go Ducks!

How Oregon Protects Mariota with New Play Variations!

It’s fun to learn some new things about our beloved Ducks, and some football as played by other teams at the same time with some play variations and strategies to protect our QB. Read/watch there and discuss here as usual as I’m curious from others--will they run these in the Bowl Game?

Jack Rust Interview: 1960s Oregon Ducks Lineman Reflects on Duck Days

Jack Rust grew up an Oregon Ducks fan, and walked on with the football team when he arrived at the University of Oregon in 1965. A year later, he was a starter on the defensive line, a stalwart in the trenches for the Ducks from the end of Oregon football's era at Hayward Field and the early days of Autzen Stadium, a defensive captain, and a coach's favorite beyond just his constant supply of deer jerky he used to bribe Len Casanova and Jerry Frei for playing time. Hear Jack tell his story in his own words.

Learning from Oregon’s Civil War Passing Attack

This week we have help from Coach Brian Flinn again as he educates us a bit in three areas that helps us as fans enjoy things more. Learning more about the Duck’s passing game, and understanding a little more of how defenses work is a priority of mine going forward. Read over there and discuss here as I would be curious if other coaches have a different name or variation of this play?

Thoughts on the Civil War and Oregon Football

Been off ATQ for awhile but still doing our thing on YouTube. Go Ducks

Oregon has an "Open-Gap" Zone Read!

This is a new variation to open up the opportunities for the RB to select the gap available, AND puts more pressure on the entire defensive front seven of the opponent. If we want to learn—we can, and even from a loss. As always, read over there & discuss here, as I am interested in your thoughts as to whether this will become THE Inside Zone Read play of the future, or if it will continue to just be an option?

MARSHAUN TUCKER: Catching Up With One Of Oregon's Best Pass-Catchers

Video interview with Marshaun Tucker University of Oregon Ducks wide receiver (1999-2000), reflecting on his favorite plays and games in the early days of the Joey Harrington era, when Oregon was first establishing itself as a national brand.

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