What the World Is Tweeting About the Civil War


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If you're reading this, odds are you're sitting at work counting down the minutes to tonight's 6 pm Oregon-Oregon State game. You're not alone. Twitter is ablaze with commentary and anticipation for the game. Here's a quick sampling of what's being tweeted: @annesaw17 I hear Mission Theater already has a line for the civil war game. We might end up hosting a last-minute viewing party. I should ...   More
 
Thursday, December 3, 2009 JONATHAN CROWL

Civil War: Let The Marketing Begin


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There will be plenty of time between now and the Dec. 3 Civil War for OSU and Oregon fanatics to hash out every possible angle of what could happen on the field. (As for work, yeah whatever.) But marketing waits for nobody, and thus from the folks who brought you the latest in Halloween night wear at Autzen Stadium come a new line of "must-wear items" for next week's nationally televised game ...   More
 
Monday, November 23, 2009 HANK STERN

Pac-10 Fans Have Spoken, And They Say Ducks Fans Suck


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Oregon football appears to be proof that winning doesn't breed humility. A recent fan survey by Sports Illustrated ranks Pacific-10 Conference schools top-to-bottom in several categories relating to the fan experience. The Ducks claimed the top spot in only one category, the dubious "rudest fans" category. It's a hard result to dispute, considering the results: 26.2 percent of those surveyed ...   More
 
Thursday, November 19, 2009 JONATHAN CROWL

How the Pac-10 Will Become the Pac-12


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A quick update to a piece I wrote in June about the Pac-10's realignment into the Pac-12. One open question back then was how the 10-team conference, with the addition of the universities of Colorado and Utah, would split into two divisions for football. Here's what I wrote then: Now that there's going to be a Pac-12, here's something to watch for in recruiting, if and when that larger league ...   More
 
Thursday, October 21, 2010 HANK STERN

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