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Gift Giving Ideas for the Duck Fan

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The holiday season is upon us and what better way to get in the mood for the bowl games than with some wonderful new Ducks gear. You may think you have everything taken care of but for those procrastinators out there, try a few of these gift ideas on for size. If you have some good ideas, throw it in the thread because I need all the help I can get!....I mean...the community.... could use the help...yeah.

Duck Shot Glass - $20



Sometimes the Duck Store is a little overpriced in some items but I went to campus to check this one out in person. Be careful around drunks because of the jagged points but for those that collect shot glasses, this is a must have

11x13 Cast Iron Grill Rack - $50



Look, I know what you're can I make Winter grilling more fun?! I saw this and couldn't pass it up. Throw your christmas dinner on this and have some nice steaks seared with Go Ducks! Especially ironic for the Holiday Bowl.

Oregon Ducks Colonial Tankard - $30



I'm sorry but how did I survive without this? Drinking beer out of a tankard watching the holiday bowl? I say old chap! Pass that fine tankard of ale over!

Oregon Ducks Helmet Fathead - $140 (currently a promotion going with buy 1 get one free)

Nothing like having a giant 4'2" X 3'7" helmet on your wall! It doesn't get its own graphic because quite frankly, they look like a modern Oregon helmet. Go check it out!

Slingbox Products - varies



The Slingbox allows you to watch and control your TV through the internet. Imagine, if you will, you are at a relatives house and missing the Duck Game. Wouldn't it be nice to log into your home network and watch the game while pretending to care about them? The SlingCatcher apparently goes the other way, streaming media from your PC to your TV. Nothing like watching Jshuf's rip of the game on your flat panel TV!

Radio Shark 2 - $50



This handy little device is essentially an AM/FM tuner with Tivo functionality. It plus directly into your Mac and PC, allowing you to record audio, set up recordings and automagically add them to your iTunes library (if you have such a thing).