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SPORTS: Stanford drops the ball against Oregon

 

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Posted by A Duck Cuisine Backfired
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on Nov 13, 2011 at 6:29 am

I guess our Duck Cuisine taunting backfired on us. Thankfully there are no Cardinal dishes...that I'm aware of anyways. Because the Oregon Ducks sure fried us up in a pan last night. Ouch! Stick a fork in me, I'm done.


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Posted by duck fan
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on Nov 13, 2011 at 7:27 am

Statement game by the ducks! Offence, defense, and special teams showed up for Oregon. They outsmarted Stanford and the speed was no match. Next year should be about 50-30, again. The ducks most likely will not have La Michael James next season (NFL), but have a barrage of other speedy guys to fill in (De Anthony Thomas). Go Ducks! Great Game. Sorry Luck on ruining your Heisman chances, good LUCK in the NFL.


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Posted by surferdude
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on Nov 13, 2011 at 9:27 am

Two great teams and an incredible game! As a Duck fan have to give props to the Stanford fans. Totally classy bunch of fine folks. Yes, there was some good-natured smack from time-to-time, but everyone was friendly and positive throughout. Thanks for a great time! Beat CAL!


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