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Not much to say about the game, but Oregon's rolling out yet another new uniform for the game. This time it's pink.

http://espn.go.com/college-football/sto ... te-cougars

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To be fair, it's not a new uni just an ugly bright pink helmet, along with gloves and cleats.


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I'm glad they're auctioning the helmets to raise actual money for charity.

That said, too much damn pink in October.

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I dont mind it because its for charity but I think they could have done a better job on it. Should have made the numbers on the jerseys pink as well, and I wish they would have used this helmet. Much better looking, imo:

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Hope the cougs beat you in these hahaha

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Thought they should've added some pink in the jerseys too. Oh well, its going to be an asskicking either way. Counting the days till Connor Halliday leaves.


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Take the Cougs and the 37.5!!

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Take the Cougs and the 37.5!!

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That's a whole lot of garbage time points. If the Huskies managed 24, WSU isn't getting to the 20 mark without the second string seeing the field for an entire half.

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Thought they should've added some pink in the jerseys too. Oh well, its going to be an asskicking either way. Counting the days till Connor Halliday leaves.


Really not a bad idea IMHO.. Washington St always seems to play us tough. Including last year in Seattle.. I remember walking around the Clink and Coug fans were chanting "UPSET WEEKEND" because it was close at the half and Washington had beaten Stanford there the Thursday before. It just seems like Washington St. always comes to play (at-least for a half) against the Ducks.

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I'm glad they're auctioning the helmets to raise actual money for charity.

That said, too much damn pink in October.


And MUCH better J.. I wasn't too big on the pink either but I can handle it considering the cause. I love boobs so much I might even let a purple and piss scheme slide.. :stirthepot:

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Five years ago today, Pete and USC kicked our asses 69-0. I had the misfortune of being there for that one, got to witness Mark Sanchez fooling everyone into thinking he was actually going to be a decent NFL QB.

So...how close to that score will this game be? Mind you, that was at Martin and this one is at Autzen. I'm thinking 63-10; hate to do that, but I'm trying to be a realist here.

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Okay Wazzu, if you can stay within 28 points of Oregon you're a better team than Washington right now.

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I'll predict 56-9 Oregon.

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63-20. At least 4 interceptions and 1 pick 6 for the Ducks.

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What was the point in going for it on 4th and 5?

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What was the point in going for it on 4th and 5?


Against Oregon you have to put points on the board. The Ducks are going to go on a 50 yard drive or an 80 yard drive. You cant punt. It was the right call, imo.

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I don't understand how that previous Mariota fumble wasn't a fumble, ball was out, knee wasn't down, one of the worst calls i've seen.


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I don't understand how that previous Mariota fumble wasn't a fumble, ball was out, knee wasn't down, one of the worst calls i've seen.


Doesn't college have the ground cant cause a fumble rule? I honestly don't know... but the fumble happened when Mariota hit the ball on the ground.

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I don't know, I've been terrible guessing what the referees in the pac 12 think the rules are this year.

Cougs are moving the ball, but I get the feeling an 11 play 80 yard drive is coming from Oregon.


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I don't know, I've been terrible guessing what the referees in the pac 12 think the rules are this year.

Cougs are moving the ball, but I get the feeling an 11 play 80 yard drive is coming from Oregon.


I keep waiting for Halliday to start throwing Int's. He's lookin pretty good so far. Cougs always play the Ducks tough for whatever reason.

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Jesus Christ... run the ball please. Cougs can't stop it and it will slow down the pass rush.

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Wow, what a turnaround.

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Gotta love fat guy touchdowns though.

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It only takes one and the wrong time for Halliday to just completely lose his marbles.


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Man, that's both embarrassing and hilarious.

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Then Tyner follows it up with a long TD. Noice!

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That's more like it, keep running the ball!!

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Got to make your tackles guys...good lord.


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Cougs are going to destroy the Huskies.

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WSU needs to slow down, don't give Oregon the ball back with any time.


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This is the longest half i have ever seen in a football game. it feel like it should be the 4th quarter by now.

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Embarassingly bad read by Halliday, Oregon has been inviting the back shoulder fade. And Halliday isn't reading it.

Joey Harrington is an idiot, that was on Halliday, not Mayle


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Btw, De'anthony Thomas is pulling a Clowney. Dude's jumping around and running all over on the sidelines. He's gotta nut up and get on the field. Kind of pissing me off.

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Wazzu's getting turnovers, which is a necessity to stay with Oregon.

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Thats ok, he can stay out, I saw enough of him last year.


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Cougs are going to destroy the Huskies.

At this point I think Cal may destroy the Huskies. And I'm not all that confident about a win against Colorado, either.

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Oregon's speed is insane, there have been a lot of plays that WSU has appeared to be in space and the holes close instantly, its unbelievable.


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Great game to watch so far!

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WSU gave Oregon a game last year for a half, I think it was 23-19, then it was 53-19 in an instant. Halliday is throwing it well, but that means nothing for the second half.

Entertaining half so far though.


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Ok. Two plays that's I'm really questioning the officiating. (I don't watch a ton of college football BTW)

1) There was a lob to the 1 yard line where the ball hit the ground. It was ruled a catch prior to reaching the end zone. 100% of the time that's going to be incomplete in the NFL. Should have been incomplete pass.

2) The QB was ruled down when the ball hit the ground even though his knees were not down. I have rewatched this 20+ times and even froze it when you could see the Oregon QB was i the air and the ball was loose prior to his knee hitting the ground. Should have been a fumble and Cougar ball.

Am I right or are there some weird calls going on?

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WSU gave Oregon a game last year for a half, I think it was 23-19, then it was 53-19 in an instant. Halliday is throwing it well, but that means nothing for the second half.

Entertaining half so far though.


Cougs seem to give us one of our toughest games every year. it's weird.

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Btw, De'anthony Thomas is pulling a Clowney. Dude's jumping around and running all over on the sidelines. He's gotta nut up and get on the field. Kind of pissing me off.

Too bad they give it right back.

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Coug linebackers having a hell of a problem flowing on these sweeps.


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Last two Oregon touchdowns have included a missed block in the back and a holding call. Not sure it would have mattered if they called them anyway, Oregon is too quick and WSU can't tackle to save their life. Hit, stick and drive.


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Ducks might've hit 1000 yards of offense today if not for the fumbles.

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Mike Leach designs one hell of a passing scheme.

And there's the classic Halliday I've been waiting for!

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Another lazy, stupid throw by Halliday, complete roughing the passer that wasn't called. Whatever.


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Holy late hit on the QB, he had him wrapped up then body slammed him.

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Another Oregon touchdown...hey, at least they didn't hold there.

I think WSU's defense is a little gassed.


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Mike Leach designs one hell of a passing scheme.

And there's the classic Halliday I've been waiting for!


Is slant, slant, slant, slant really a great passing design?

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