#4 Oregon Ducks: College Football 77 in 77


The Oregon Ducks 2011 college football season will commence under the dark cloud of an NCAA investigation, but Oregon’s exciting, super-charged offense (#1 in the nation in scoring, total offense) will give their fans some sunny skies. Third straight conference title? Getting back to the national championship game? Ma.

By the way, (according to Fox Sports, but you’ll see that in the video in the link below) the body temperature for an Oregon Ducks cheerleader is 186 degrees fahrenheit, more than double the 98 degrees of the next closest competitor, Texas and quadruple that of any school in Ohio’s cheer squad. Obviously Oregon has replaced the USC Song Girls, Florida “Dazzlers”, UCLA and anyone else as the hottest in college football, or college basketball for that matter.

Therefore, we present to you…..the Definitive Collection of Hot Oregon Cheerleader pics Click on the pictures to see a larger version….And now back to the season preview:


(And since we’re talking about the hottest cheerleaders in football, here’s the NFL answer- our photos from inside the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders locker room and yes this 77 in 77 has more gratuitous cheerleader shots than your usual 77 in 77)

2010 was: in the words of Lady Gaga, “the Edge of Glory.” Just a couple more points and they would have beat Auburn for “all of the Tostitos” (I felt really dirty typing that absurd, soulless phrase right now).

BMOCs: Oregon opens up against LSU at Cowboys Stadium. Talk about starting fast out of the gate, and they’ll do it without star cornerback Cliff Harris, a future NFL first round draft pick who is just as fast when driving in his rizide as he is in the 40-yard dash. Harris was caught doing 118 mph on a suspended license. He was suspended “indefinitely,” which equals one game amazingly. QB Darron Thomas, RB LaMichael James are studs. RB Kenjon Barner, TE David Paulson add to the power of the quack attack. DT Ricky Helmuil, FS John Boyett are guys to watch too.

2011 will be awful if: they end up on serious NCAA probation in connection to Willie Lyles. Also, the Ducks will have to replace some departed senior leadership, and break in new starters on the OL. The WR corps doesn’t have a lot of depth either- any of these could be potential roadblocks.

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2011 will be fruitful if: they get to 14 wins. 14-0, winning the whole thing. The bar has been raised in Eugene.

Bottom Line: If they can do it again, up-tempo spread-option 49.3 ppg, 537.5 ypg in the regular season, you can possibly see them back in the national title game. The defense is skilled and fast too. The whole team is a blur to most opponents and if they can keep up that velocity this fall, it will wear down opposing teams.

Oregon Rankings: #3 USA Today, Lindy’s, AP, Phil Steele, Athlon (wow, all of them lined up exactly)

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