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Good Luck Ducks, Week 5: The Crossroads

The Ducks start the first of a back-to-back Washington school sortie, smarting after another close loss. Oregon's first conference game last week went about as well as the previous week's matchup with Nebraska. Close, but no cigar. The team chose to rest banged up star running back Royce Freeman due to an injury suffered against Virginia, apparently believing that the Colorado game would be a decent one to sit out.
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