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    Quote Originally Posted by Infamous916 View Post
    What happens if Oregon wins out & finishes the year as #1 or #2? Does that mean Oregon skips the Pac-12 Championship game & moves onto the National Championship?

    Wondering how this would playout?
    No, Oregon will play in the Pac-12 Championship if we win the North. It doesn't matter if Oregon is undefeated either.

    Cal won't have Keenan Allen this week, and Maynard likely is out as well. Oregon should smoke Cal, and I hope there is no letdown. If Oregon squeaks by in a win, this could hurt us in the polls. My guess is that Kansas State loses this week, so it may not matter anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BradyIsTheMan12 View Post
    No, Oregon will play in the Pac-12 Championship if we win the North. It doesn't matter if Oregon is undefeated either.

    Cal won't have Keenan Allen this week, and Maynard likely is out as well. Oregon should smoke Cal, and I hope there is no letdown. If Oregon squeaks by in a win, this could hurt us in the polls. My guess is that Kansas State loses this week, so it may not matter anyway.
    Damn! Hoping by some miracle we could possible sneak into the Pac-12 championship if Oregon was on its way to the big game....

    Cal always plays Oregon tough at home, better watch out for the Bears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infamous916 View Post
    Damn! Hoping by some miracle we could possible sneak into the Pac-12 championship if Oregon was on its way to the big game....

    Cal always plays Oregon tough at home, better watch out for the Bears.
    This is true. It has been a nightmare at Strawberry Canyon, but I think this time around we are going to destroy Cal and effectively get Tedford fired.

    Also, Oregon State is being projected to play in the Rose Bowl without making the Pac-12 Title Game. Many bowl projection specialists have Oregon in the Natty and the Beavs in the Rose, which would basically mean the state of Oregon is better than everyone else at football!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BradyIsTheMan12 View Post
    This is true. It has been a nightmare at Strawberry Canyon, but I think this time around we are going to destroy Cal and effectively get Tedford fired.

    Also, Oregon State is being projected to play in the Rose Bowl without making the Pac-12 Title Game. Many bowl projection specialists have Oregon in the Natty and the Beavs in the Rose, which would basically mean the state of Oregon is better than everyone else at football!
    Please do! **** Tedford being the highest paid employee paid by the state of California....


    OSU has to take care of business against Stanford this weekend. I'm nervous with Stanford coming off a rout of Colorado but I'm pumped to see my first game live this year.

    it's been fun watching the both Oregon squads this year, should make for a great Civil War.
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    I'm concerned about our D I know it was the high powered USC offense but that was a terribly called game defensively at least. I'm starting to wonder if all those injuries on the defensive side especially are beginning to take its toll on this team. I hope they come out focused and put Cal away early which would be special since they have played us tight the last couple of yrs.

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    not as concerned about our defense as a lot of other people are. say what you want because he played, but dion was not healthy against usc you could tell. we got to barkley more than everybody else thinks we did too we just kept missing him. at the end of the day though, shows me that our defense can get the stops they need to get in big games - and...our offense can keep rolling!!

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    A USC football student manager has been relieved of all duties with the Trojan football team for intentionally deflating, below NCAA-regulated levels, some game footballs used by USC's team during the first half in last Saturday's game against Oregon.

    Game officials discovered and re-inflated three of the balls before the game and two others at halftime. All balls were regulation in the second half.

    When informed of this allegation by the Pac-12, USC investigated it immediately. The student manager confirmed that he had, without the knowledge of, or instruction from, any USC student-athlete, coach, staff member or administrator, deflated those game balls after they had been tested and approved by officials prior to the game.

    As a result, the Pac-12 reprimanded USC and imposed a fine.
    http://www.usctrojans.com/blog/2012/11/game-balls.html





    They couldn't even win when they cheat.

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    USC @ it again!
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    Kiffin definitely knew that was happening. Why would a student manager be like, "Gee, I'll deflate the balls so we can do better!" Kiffin probably told him to do it but if the manager got caught he had to be silent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BradyIsTheMan12 View Post
    Kiffin definitely knew that was happening. Why would a student manager be like, "Gee, I'll deflate the balls so we can do better!" Kiffin probably told him to do it but if the manager got caught he had to be silent.
    Without a doubt. No college kid has the balls or the brains to go rogue and do something like that.

    The fact that they were found twice, once before the game and then again during halftime, shows that Kiffin had an idea. I'd think the refs or an NCAA official would tell the HC about that the first time.

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    It's just pathedic to have to stoop to such levels oh well I guess thats what you get when you got a coach like Kiffin.

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    Rumors are that Gameday is coming back to Eugene for the Stanford game. Have fun guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by haggis View Post
    Rumors are that Gameday is coming back to Eugene for the Stanford game. Have fun guys!
    Ummm don't you guys play @ Stanford this weekend or are you talking about next season?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infamous916 View Post
    Ummm don't you guys play @ Stanford this weekend or are you talking about next season?
    Nah, we're @ Cal this weekend and then at home vs. Stanford

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    Oregon coach Chip Kelly has his eye on the NFL and wants to see if his brand of football can work at the next level, according to people who know him well.

    Former Oregon coach Mike Bellotti, who hired Kelly as his offensive coordinator in 2007 and then promoted Kelly to head coach when he became Oregon’s athletic director, says Kelly is an NFL coach in the making. In fact, Bellotti expected Kelly to leave in January, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offered him their head-coaching job. Kelly considered it but ultimately turned down the Bucs, who hired Greg Schiano.

    “It’s just inevitable that he will eventually be in the NFL,” Bellotti told Dennis Dodd of CBS. “Chip is one of the ultimate competitors and he sees that. It actually surprised me he changed his mind [with the Bucs] last year. Whether they get to the national championship and whether they win the national championship, I don’t know. To think he’ll stay there when ultimately his idea of top jobs is to get to the Super Bowl, it won’t happen, unfortunately, at the college level.”

    Oregon is currently undefeated, and a source close to Kelly who didn’t want to be identified told Dodd that if the Ducks win the national championship, Kelly will have accomplished everything he wants to accomplish in college football, and will turn his attention to the NFL.

    “There are nine chances in 10 if he wins out [this season] he’s gone,” the source said.

    When NFL teams have hired college coaches, they’ve generally gone with more conventional choices like Schiano, Pete Carroll and Jim Harbaugh, all of whom had prior NFL experience and were planning to run more or less standard NFL systems. But Kelly has no NFL experience, and he’s a different breed of football coach, the kind of coach the NFL has never seen.

    Although NFL teams have employed spread offense concepts, no NFL team has ever employed a spread attack like Kelly’s as its primary offensive system. And what makes Kelly different goes far beyond the offense: Kelly goes for it on fourth down at times when no NFL coach would, he goes for two-point conversions at times when no NFL coach would, and he has a completely different approach to playcalling than you’d ever see in the NFL. Kelly’s offense can be backed up at the 1-yard line, and he’ll have his quarterback drop deep into the end zone and chuck it 40 yards downfield. Or Kelly’s offense can be facing third-and-15, and he’ll call a handoff up the middle — and it works.

    At least, it works in college. Would Kelly’s approach work in the NFL? Who knows. But it would be fun to see him try.
    Source: Pro Football Talk

    I'm definitely not expecting Chip to be around very long, and it will be very sad when he moves on. I still think Helfrich will be the next coach if Kelly moves on, and I certainly hope he is ready to keep the machine moving forward.
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