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Slingin' Quack: Not as Bad as Cowboys-Eagles

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Rusty Ryan and Sean Larson take a look at the week that was in Oregon Football. Starting out with Mariota and Chip's NFL experiment the two look at what are reasonable expectations. Toss in Georgia State, Utah, and you've got a lot of quack.

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The podcast opens with a recap of Marcus Mariota's second performance in the NFL.  Also, the ugliest game ever, aside from the Oregon State v Pitt Sun Bowl, occurred Sunday afternoon when the Dallas Cowboys played at the Philadelphia Eagles.  We talk about the pitfalls of Chip Kelly's reign in the NFL and the system.

After the Georgia State game we look at the lessons to take away from the game.  Specifically we talk about Jeff Lockie and Vernon Adams.

Previewing the Utah game there are a lot of points to consider.  How will Vernon Adams look a few weeks removed from his hand injury.  Is the Utah offensive and defensive lines going to bruise our, allegedly soft, lines?  Will Utah start Travis Wilson or the quarterback who shredded Oregon for the first quarter last year?

There are plenty of detours to have, including: are athletes or actors easier to be agents for, what does being a "pro" mean in the NFL, and what is the deal with the R Bar in SF?