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Oregon Ducks Rare Air: Book chronicles Oregon's historic season Rare Air: Book chronicles Oregon's historic season
Get the book that captures the Oregon's historic season from early momentum to domination in the Rose Bowl over Florida State, plus complete coverage of Marcus Mariota’s remarkable college career culminating in the Heisman Trophy, and the National Championship vs. Ohio State. This 160-page, hardcover book features stories and photos from the award-winning sportswriters and photographers of The Oregonian and OregonLive.
Oregon Ducks Inside the Championship: Live from Dallas Inside the Championship: Live from Dallas (Video)
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DALLAS - The storylines are endless.

The first-ever NCAA college football playoff - contested by the two schools that battled for the first-ever NCAA college basketball title a lifetime earlier.
Oregon Ducks Ring that Bell: Oregon frosh sets new shot block season record Ring that Bell: Oregon frosh sets new shot block season record (Photo Gallery) (Video)
The Oregon Ducks and Arizona State Sun Devils battled all the way down to the final seconds on Saturday as the Ducks emerged with a victory, 59-56. Freshman Jordan Bell broke the UO single season record of 51 rejections. Bell blocked eight shots in the game, giving him 59 on the year, not even halfway through the season.
Oregon Ducks No. 7 Arizona overwhelms Oregon, 80-62 No. 7 Arizona overwhelms Oregon, 80-62 (Photo Gallery)
Oregon battled all night long with Arizona, but in the end, the No. 7 Wildcats proved to be too much for the Ducks to handle. Oregon (11-4, 1-1) could not keep its home win-streak alive against the Wildcats (14-1, 2-0), falling 80-62.
Oregon Ducks Oregon: 'Change and innovation is part of their tradition' Oregon: 'Change and innovation is part of their tradition'
In the days leading up to the Rose Bowl, Oregon sent customized football jerseys to some of its famous fans, including guitarist Tommy Thayer of Kiss, Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon and retired boxer Lennox Lewis. The jerseys were part of a social media campaign to draw non-football fans to the Ducks