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Sounds liked there's a pretty good chance deanthony Thomas is not playing. Game time decision but he sounded pretty pessimistic today. Obviously that would be a huge factor in the game.

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Even without Thomas there is going to be an absurd amount of speed on the field Saturday. Kind of like those old Florida State/Florida games from the mid 90's.


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I'd gone Miami (Erickson) vs FSU, personally, but point remains.


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The speed on Erickson's Miami teams were mostly on defense, so FSU and Miami always play low scoring games. Florida/Florida State had equal talent on both sides, big plays all over the place.


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Speaking of speed. Here's the explosion plays for the Ducks offense this year (anything over 25 yards). The Ducks have 35 through 5 games, had 46 all of last year:

75 - Addison rec. at COLO (Mariota)*
71 - Mariota rush at UVA*
57 - Mundt rec. vs. TENN (Mariota)
54 - Huff rec. vs. TENN (Mariota)*
49 - Marshall rush vs. NICH*
47 - Marshall rush vs. NICH
46 - Mariota rush vs. NICH*
46 - Huff rec. vs. NICH (Mariota)
45 - Hawkins rec. vs. TENN (Mariota)*
45 - Forde rush vs. NICH
44 - Addison rec. at COLO (Mariota)*
40 - Forde rush at COLO
40 - Thomas rush at UVA*
40 - Lowe rec. vs. NICH (Mariota)
39 - Huff rec. at COLO (Mariota)
38 - Addison rec. vs. TENN (Mariota)
37 - Allen rec. vs. COLO (Rodrigues)
36 - Marshall rec. vs. TENN (Mariota)
31 - Huff rec. at UVA (Mariota)
31 - Tyner rush at UVA*
31 - Huff rec. vs. NICH (Mariota)
30 - Addison rec. at UVA (Mariota)*
28 - Mundt rec. vs. CAL (Mariota)
28 - Thomas rush vs. TENN*
28 - Thomas rec. vs. TENN (Mariota)
28 - Huff rec. vs. TENN (Mariota)
28 - Thomas rec. at UVA (Mariota)
28 - Rodrigues vs. NICH
27 - Huff rec. vs. NICH (Mariota)
27 - Addison rec. vs. NICH* (Mariota)
27 - Mariota rush vs. NICH
26 - Mariota rush vs. NICH
26 - Huff rec. at COLO (Mariota)*
25 - Marshall rush vs. CAL*
25 - Huff rec. vs. CAL (Mariota)
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Speaking of Erickson, I really liked him as a NFL coach. He came in, owner went Major League, then was hired for the 49ers "probation years". Never got too fair of a shot. He had a very underrated eye for NFL talent (once Behring gave him personnel responsibilities as the caveat to LA).

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You gotta give Randy Mueller some of the credit for all that talent the Hawks brought in back then too. He went to the Saints and built a playoff team with Jim Haslett at coach, thats an achievement.

I wanted to like Erickson, but all the penalties, the mediocrity, the failure to close games and constantly losing to teams they shouldn't just killed me. He was/is a great offensive mind, pioneering one of my favorite offenses ever in the one back, but his lack of attention to detail held his teams back.

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Well, yeah, the Saints became "Seahawks South", Green Bay back-up QB and everything. That's more Mueller. Jay Bellamy (Tupac) and the likes.

But if I remember correctly it was Erickson that identified; Pete Kendall, Kevin Mawae, Ahman Green, Kitna, etc. If Holmgren had those skills his rebuild wouldn't have taken so long. Mirer, then Freisz breaking his leg, really stunted his growth.

I do see your point on his teams committing penalties and seeming undisciplined. All I'd say is those adjectives can be used to describe Pete's Hawks too. It's a fine line between success and failure. If given a good ownership group and better direction, who knows?

I always have to wonder what that Vinnie helmet team would've became. So much talent and potential, and that game shattered a season.

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The Vinny game didn't shatter a season, it made them go from 9-7 to 8-8. People also forget Carlester Crumpler dropped a third down pass that would've iced the game before that Vinny drive. Regardless, they won their next two games after the Vinny game then lost to the Super Bowl champs by seven in Mile High. I'm not sure that team had the heart or leadership to have been anything other than a team that got thumped in the wildcard game. Ericksons squads literally never beat anyone good. Look it up.


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I'm sure I have an unrealistic view of things. Distance makes the heart grow fonder thing, I guess.

Back on topic. I remember being fairly pissed the Dawgs didn't give old Husky Stadium a proper send off by beating Oregon. They got blown out, it was sad. My heart's telling me I'll be in front of my TV until 4 Saturday. But my mind's telling me I'll be taking the little one to the pumpkin patch at about 2 or so.

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I remember being fairly pissed they didn't give Husky Stadium a proper sendoff by wearing the standard purple jerseys, gold helmet, gold pants combo, instead they pulled that "blackout" thing. They are doing it again on Saturday, for a day game. It's a day game, how the hell can there be a blackout?

I think the Huskies will be in it at halftime, maybe even by the end of the third quarter. Its all about how resilient they are, last year they kind of gave up and let things snowball. I also think they are in better physical shape than they have been in at least a decade, that should help. It's a tall task regardless though.

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I just want to win. I don't have any hope to, but i'm sick and tired of losing to Oregon.

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I just want to win. I don't have any hope to, but i'm sick and tired of losing to Oregon.


Agreed. All of us are sick and tired of seeing Oregon win these games. I will say that I am very glad the game is in Seattle!


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I remember being fairly pissed they didn't give Husky Stadium a proper sendoff by wearing the standard purple jerseys, gold helmet, gold pants combo, instead they pulled that "blackout" thing. They are doing it again on Saturday, for a day game. It's a day game, how the hell can there be a blackout?

I think the Huskies will be in it at halftime, maybe even by the end of the third quarter. Its all about how resilient they are, last year they kind of gave up and let things snowball. I also think they are in better physical shape than they have been in at least a decade, that should help. It's a tall task regardless though.

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I'm more pissed they didn't plan it a bit better and schedule us a win.
My delirious aunt sent a me a T-shirt from the final game "Washington Vs. Oregon- Final game at Husky stadium"...or some similar horsesh*t. I threw the thing directly into the trash. Didn't even want to use it as a rag in the garage. My wife wanted me to include it with items we take to Goodwill, not a chance.

There was a time I had over 200 UW shirts from various games, events etc. Obviously, the majority of them very personal and dear to me. But they got discolored and musty and the wife begged me to free up the space. We took them to Goodwill and the next thing you know, I'm seeing feral hippies walking all over the place wearing these priceless treasures. Lesson learned.


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The bling helmets and black unis are obviously necessary to attract the kids.

Kids are typically stupid. The majority will pass on a proper education, at one of the nation's best universities, to play for a child exploiting shoe salesman. It's only a matter of time before UO is offering donkey shows and N2O tanks in their locker room.

It's difficult to compete with UO, which obviously makes it difficult to compete against UO.


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The bling helmets and black unis are obviously necessary to attract the kids.

Kids are typically stupid. The majority will pass on a proper education, at one of the nation's best universities, to play for a child exploiting shoe salesman. It's only a matter of time before UO is offering donkey shows and N2O tanks in their locker room.

It's difficult to compete with UO, which obviously makes it difficult to compete against UO.


Plus there's the fact that current recruits havnt seen UW finish within 17 points of the Ducks since they were in 2nd or 3rd grade.

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The bling helmets and black unis are obviously necessary to attract the kids.

Kids are typically stupid. The majority will pass on a proper education, at one of the nation's best universities, to play for a child exploiting shoe salesman. It's only a matter of time before UO is offering donkey shows and N2O tanks in their locker room.

It's difficult to compete with UO, which obviously makes it difficult to compete against UO.


Plus there's the fact that current recruits havnt seen UW finish within 17 points of the Ducks since they were in 2nd or 3rd grade.


Well yeah. There's that, too.


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So... What about the other schools that have combat alternates?

JUST EVERYONES COPYING THE DUCKS!

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But their name is safe. Can't imagine any school, new, old or even racially insensitive, adopting the name 'Ducks'. WTF? ...DUCK?

OK, I'm reaching. It's rivalry week. BUT because of a few, I am also changing my prediction; UW 37- UO 33.

It's sad that a few bad DUCKS ruin it for the rest. May the gawds of Dawg have mercy on your fowl souls. THIRTY SEVEN - THIRTY THREE MOFOS. DAWGS!


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I bet he broke his little twig thumbs hammering that one out. :D

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Oregon's inferiority complex vs. Washington is hilarious. Oregon's football history is little more than a skidmark on a pair of Nike compression shorts.

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I'm a Husky fan but damn...this crap sounds like a Ninners/Seahawks argument.


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I'm a Husky fan but damn...this crap sounds like a Ninners/Seahawks argument.


Weird, this entire time I thought you where a OS fan. There is a guy who use to post on another board with the same name, and he's a diehard beav and seahawk fan.


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I'm a Husky fan but damn...this crap sounds like a Ninners/Seahawks argument.


Weird, this entire time I thought you where a OS fan. There is a guy who use to post on another board with the same name, and he's a diehard beav and seahawk fan.


Nope...sure isn't me. Although I did root for OSU basketball sometimes probably for the same reasons as that guy. GP


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Oregon's inferiority complex vs. Washington is hilarious. Oregon's football history is little more than a skidmark on a pair of Nike compression shorts.


Just an FYI, if you mention any football history prior to 2003 it makes you a 49er fan according to duck and coug fans.

10 years is a round number, it definitely doesn't have anything to do with the fact that both "rivalries" were dominated by UW before 2003.

It's pretty sad that coug fans are proud of a 5-5 record against UW in the past 10 years and list it as an accomplishment. UW fans on the other hand are embarrassed by it.

And a coug fan calling UW fans fair weather is quite the pot/kettle statement. That shitty little stadium in Pullman only looks more than half full when UW comes to town and it's only because many of those are UW fans.

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Oregon's inferiority complex vs. Washington is hilarious. Oregon's football history is little more than a skidmark on a pair of Nike compression shorts.


You're right, how dare any team think they are better this year based on recent history. We all know that nothing relevant happens in the last 10 years. I'm guessing the Seahawks should also bow down to any team that has ever won a Super Bowl.


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Oregon's inferiority complex vs. Washington is hilarious. Oregon's football history is little more than a skidmark on a pair of Nike compression shorts.


This is my favorite standard Dawg reply. Even more then going straight to the history card. I've never quite understood what i'm supposed to feel inferior about. Even if the Dawgs win today. Even if the Dawgs win a championship this season. I won't feel inferior. We will have just lost a football game. No big deal.

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And Washington's right back to making stupid, costly penalties.

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Wow, that was a big time drop for Oregon, and a nice 4th down stop for the Dawgs!


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HUGE 4th down stop there by Washington. Any Oregon drive that doesn't end in a TD is a win.

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What is the deal with Oregon's kicker? No good?


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We have a freshman who's supposed to be pretty good. But we don't attempt field goals. Just not part of the game plan.

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what the farkin fark was #13 doing just running along with that guy but didn't do a damn thing trying to tackle him?

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Just a REALLY bad defensive play there.


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what the farkin fark was #13 doing just running along with that guy but didn't do a damn thing trying to tackle him?


Keeping contain to prevent a td


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