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Weekend Escape: Eugene, Ore., for football, beer and biking

Summer has shifted to fall, and that means a road trip to the University of Oregon, dodging high-season crowds and high gas prices, partaking of the best weather of the year, getting in some golf and often a football game, bike riding and definitely quaffing local brews. This year’s destination...
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