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Just like he can on Wednesday....that would be news.....Dontre switches back to Oregon on LOI day.
U mad bro? Or just a little butt hurt?
Are you troll? Or just gloating? Move along.
Why do Oregon fans keep forgetting we shut down James and Lagarette Blount too.
OSU will always be better then Oregon because of the trenches.
Have you seen the girls at ASU?! I would pick them if I could go back and do college all over again. HOT!
Ummmm.... "Trenches", Oregon out rushed Ohio 179 to 153. I would say the passing game was the difference maker, not the trenches
And I read something about OSU stealing play signs - remember that was Chips first year....
This post was edited by duckdeb 17 months ago
Enjoy Life, it has an expiration date.
Sorry, you get an upvote every time for the pics.
The one on the left even has on Oregon green..or at least a small amount of green material.
This post was edited by Georgem80 17 months ago
The reality is, this is a very good football player and its too bad we lost him. No way urban Meyer recruits him if he wasn't a stud. I don't see him a even a 4 star receiver and would not trade our two receivers we got.
Would have been a good back to have in our system.
Why do people believe this? I know it is the popular idea that Oregon was shut down when they played the big bad d-lines of tosu and the sec. But in the case of the Rose Bowl that is pure myth.
Oregon ran for over 5 yards per carry in that game and had 176 rushing yards in 20 minutes of possession. Masoli went something like 4-19 throwing the ball and Oregon could not maintain enough drives because of that. Pryor went nuts converting 3rd downs and had perhaps his best passing day ever as a collegian. Oregon lost fair and square and Tressel had a very good game plan. But tosu offense did the most that day to shut down Oregon by converting 3rd downs and playing keep away. If Masoli could throw the ball that day, or if Pryor had played to his normal form then it may have been different. Woulda, coulda, shoulda though will get you no where. I have no problem saying that tosu was the better team that day. But at least get the narrative straight when describing the reasons.
Right on point Sir +1!
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