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  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 7,075
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    That seems about right. Oregon is at a disadvantage with weather, location, academics, and basically everything else, except for money and facilities. But money and facilities are fairly large aspects of a program's success.
  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Posts: 9,703
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    That seems about right. Oregon is at a disadvantage with weather, location, academics, and basically everything else, except for money and facilities. But money and facilities are fairly large aspects of a program's success.

    There are only three factors in determining the ultimate success of a program. Unlike my expectations for UW football, these factors never change and never waiver. They are the IRON LAWS of College Football. Learn them. Live them. Love them.

    Money. Location. Tradition.

    Facilities are a function of money, by the way.
    Oregon has the easiest route to recruiting nationally due to their money.

    I would probably argue that's their biggest advantage.
  • ntxduckntxduck Posts: 690
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    That seems about right. Oregon is at a disadvantage with weather, location, academics, and basically everything else, except for money and facilities. But money and facilities are fairly large aspects of a program's success.

    There are only three factors in determining the ultimate success of a program. Unlike my expectations for UW football, these factors never change and never waiver. They are the IRON LAWS of College Football. Learn them. Live them. Love them.

    Money. Location. Tradition.

    Facilities are a function of money, by the way.
    Oregon has the easiest route to recruiting nationally due to their money.

    I would probably argue that's their biggest advantage.
    Their money is a huge advantage. Their location is mediocre and their tradition is shit.

    Not top 40.
    Lol. I agree the article has Oregon (cal?) too high..but please name 40 programs that should be higher. That’s stupid af.
  • oregonblitzkriegoregonblitzkrieg Posts: 10,706
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    ntxduck said:

    That seems about right. Oregon is at a disadvantage with weather, location, academics, and basically everything else, except for money and facilities. But money and facilities are fairly large aspects of a program's success.

    There are only three factors in determining the ultimate success of a program. Unlike my expectations for UW football, these factors never change and never waiver. They are the IRON LAWS of College Football. Learn them. Live them. Love them.

    Money. Location. Tradition.

    Facilities are a function of money, by the way.
    Oregon has the easiest route to recruiting nationally due to their money.

    I would probably argue that's their biggest advantage.
    Their money is a huge advantage. Their location is mediocre and their tradition is shit.

    Not top 40.
    Lol. I agree the article has Oregon (cal?) too high..but please name 40 programs that should be higher. That’s stupid af.
    Fuck off to educk. You're as servile as doogs are to USC. Oregon is a destination job, bitch.
  • AUBURNTROJANAUBURNTROJAN Posts: 102
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    ntxduck said:

    That seems about right. Oregon is at a disadvantage with weather, location, academics, and basically everything else, except for money and facilities. But money and facilities are fairly large aspects of a program's success.

    There are only three factors in determining the ultimate success of a program. Unlike my expectations for UW football, these factors never change and never waiver. They are the IRON LAWS of College Football. Learn them. Live them. Love them.

    Money. Location. Tradition.

    Facilities are a function of money, by the way.
    Oregon has the easiest route to recruiting nationally due to their money.

    I would probably argue that's their biggest advantage.
    Their money is a huge advantage. Their location is mediocre and their tradition is shit.

    Not top 40.
    Lol. I agree the article has Oregon (cal?) too high..but please name 40 programs that should be higher. That’s stupid af.
    I figured OBK would get whooshed here but I didn't expect it to be you. Or @AZDuck for that matter.

    NYBEs
  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 7,075
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    That seems about right. Oregon is at a disadvantage with weather, location, academics, and basically everything else, except for money and facilities. But money and facilities are fairly large aspects of a program's success.

    There are only three factors in determining the ultimate success of a program. Unlike my expectations for UW football, these factors never change and never waiver. They are the IRON LAWS of College Football. Learn them. Live them. Love them.

    Money. Location. Tradition.

    Facilities are a function of money, by the way.
    Oregon has the easiest route to recruiting nationally due to their money.

    I would probably argue that's their biggest advantage.
    Their money is a huge advantage. Their location is mediocre and their tradition is shit.

    Not top 40.
    Tradition doesn't mean shit anymore. These kids could care less. Which is good for Washington, because sorry, you don't have tradition. Oregon doesn't either

    Money and Location are huge though.

    Seattle>>>>>>>>>Eugene

    But Oregon has an unlimited piggy bank at it's disposal. That resource is a massive selling point to coaches. Oregon being 17th is debatable, but saying it isn't top 40 is the DPOTW.
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 7,311
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    That seems about right. Oregon is at a disadvantage with weather, location, academics, and basically everything else, except for money and facilities. But money and facilities are fairly large aspects of a program's success.

    There are only three factors in determining the ultimate success of a program. Unlike my expectations for UW football, these factors never change and never waiver. They are the IRON LAWS of College Football. Learn them. Live them. Love them.

    Money. Location. Tradition.

    Facilities are a function of money, by the way.
    Oregon has the easiest route to recruiting nationally due to their money.

    I would probably argue that's their biggest advantage.
    Their money is a huge advantage. Their location is mediocre and their tradition is shit.

    Not top 40.
    Tradition doesn't mean shit anymore. These kids could NOT care less. Which is good for Washington, because sorry, you don't have tradition. Oregon doesn't either

    Money and Location are huge though.

    Seattle>>>>>>>>>Eugene

    But Oregon has an unlimited piggy bank at it's disposal. That resource is a massive selling point to coaches. Oregon being 17th is debatable, but saying it isn't top 40 is the DPOTW.
    Jeeb jeeb jeebus.
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 9,355
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    That seems about right. Oregon is at a disadvantage with weather, location, academics, and basically everything else, except for money and facilities. But money and facilities are fairly large aspects of a program's success.

    There are only three factors in determining the ultimate success of a program. Unlike my expectations for UW football, these factors never change and never waiver. They are the IRON LAWS of College Football. Learn them. Live them. Love them.

    Money. Location. Tradition.

    Facilities are a function of money, by the way.
    Oregon has the easiest route to recruiting nationally due to their money.

    I would probably argue that's their biggest advantage.
    Their money is a huge advantage. Their location is mediocre and their tradition is shit.

    Not top 40.
    Tradition doesn't mean shit anymore. These kids could care less. Which is good for Washington, because sorry, you don't have tradition. Oregon doesn't either

    Money and Location are huge though.

    Seattle>>>>>>>>>Eugene

    But Oregon has an unlimited piggy bank at it's disposal. That resource is a massive selling point to coaches. Oregon being 17th is debatable, but saying it isn't top 40 is the DPOTW.
    Oregon is legit top 25 easily because of 2009- 14 and money. I don't have a problem with this. I still think UW has a somewhat higher ceiling because location and better in-state talent pool. But until Pete wins a CFP game it's going to be hard for us to separate ourselves from the Quooks.
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 7,311
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    That seems about right. Oregon is at a disadvantage with weather, location, academics, and basically everything else, except for money and facilities. But money and facilities are fairly large aspects of a program's success.

    There are only three factors in determining the ultimate success of a program. Unlike my expectations for UW football, these factors never change and never waiver. They are the IRON LAWS of College Football. Learn them. Live them. Love them.

    Money. Location. Tradition.

    Facilities are a function of money, by the way.
    Oregon has the easiest route to recruiting nationally due to their money.

    I would probably argue that's their biggest advantage.
    Their money is a huge advantage. Their location is mediocre and their tradition is shit.

    Not top 40.
    Tradition doesn't mean shit anymore. These kids could care less. Which is good for Washington, because sorry, you don't have tradition. Oregon doesn't either

    Money and Location are huge though.

    Seattle>>>>>>>>>Eugene

    But Oregon has an unlimited piggy bank at it's disposal. That resource is a massive selling point to coaches. Oregon being 17th is debatable, but saying it isn't top 40 is the DPOTW.
    Frankly I don't think either Oregon or Washington are top 40. Watching you guys have your daily pillow fight is cute. When a kewg jumps in trying to belong, it's down right precious.

    You're all fighting over a collective 1/2 of a title.
  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 7,075
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    edited June 26

    That seems about right. Oregon is at a disadvantage with weather, location, academics, and basically everything else, except for money and facilities. But money and facilities are fairly large aspects of a program's success.

    There are only three factors in determining the ultimate success of a program. Unlike my expectations for UW football, these factors never change and never waiver. They are the IRON LAWS of College Football. Learn them. Live them. Love them.

    Money. Location. Tradition.

    Facilities are a function of money, by the way.
    Oregon has the easiest route to recruiting nationally due to their money.

    I would probably argue that's their biggest advantage.
    Their money is a huge advantage. Their location is mediocre and their tradition is shit.

    Not top 40.
    Tradition doesn't mean shit anymore. These kids could care less. Which is good for Washington, because sorry, you don't have tradition. Oregon doesn't either

    Money and Location are huge though.

    Seattle>>>>>>>>>Eugene

    But Oregon has an unlimited piggy bank at it's disposal. That resource is a massive selling point to coaches. Oregon being 17th is debatable, but saying it isn't top 40 is the DPOTW.
    Frankly I don't think either Oregon or Washington are top 40. Watching you guys have your daily pillow fight is cute. When a kewg jumps in trying to belong, it's down right precious.

    You're all fighting over a collective 1/2 of a title.
    Fuck off

    As a Duck, I give full credit to Washington's 1991 title. But you're right...Washington State is a once published dynasty.
  • UW_Doog_BotUW_Doog_Bot Posts: 2,452
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    That seems about right. Oregon is at a disadvantage with weather, location, academics, and basically everything else, except for money and facilities. But money and facilities are fairly large aspects of a program's success.

    There are only three factors in determining the ultimate success of a program. Unlike my expectations for UW football, these factors never change and never waiver. They are the IRON LAWS of College Football. Learn them. Live them. Love them.

    Money. Location. Tradition.

    Facilities are a function of money, by the way.
    Oregon has the easiest route to recruiting nationally due to their money.

    I would probably argue that's their biggest advantage.
    Their money is a huge advantage. Their location is mediocre and their tradition is shit.

    Not top 40.
    Tradition doesn't mean shit anymore. These kids could care less. Which is good for Washington, because sorry, you don't have tradition. Oregon doesn't either

    Money and Location are huge though.

    Seattle>>>>>>>>>Eugene

    But Oregon has an unlimited piggy bank at it's disposal. That resource is a massive selling point to coaches. Oregon being 17th is debatable, but saying it isn't top 40 is the DPOTW.
    Frankly I don't think either Oregon or Washington are top 40. Watching you guys have your daily pillow fight is cute. When a kewg jumps in trying to belong, it's down right precious.

    You're all fighting over a collective 1/2 of a title.
    Medz dialed in today for creep.
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 9,355
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    * Estrogen supplements dialed in today for @creepycoug
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 7,311
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    That seems about right. Oregon is at a disadvantage with weather, location, academics, and basically everything else, except for money and facilities. But money and facilities are fairly large aspects of a program's success.

    There are only three factors in determining the ultimate success of a program. Unlike my expectations for UW football, these factors never change and never waiver. They are the IRON LAWS of College Football. Learn them. Live them. Love them.

    Money. Location. Tradition.

    Facilities are a function of money, by the way.
    Oregon has the easiest route to recruiting nationally due to their money.

    I would probably argue that's their biggest advantage.
    Their money is a huge advantage. Their location is mediocre and their tradition is shit.

    Not top 40.
    Tradition doesn't mean shit anymore. These kids could care less. Which is good for Washington, because sorry, you don't have tradition. Oregon doesn't either

    Money and Location are huge though.

    Seattle>>>>>>>>>Eugene

    But Oregon has an unlimited piggy bank at it's disposal. That resource is a massive selling point to coaches. Oregon being 17th is debatable, but saying it isn't top 40 is the DPOTW.
    Frankly I don't think either Oregon or Washington are top 40. Watching you guys have your daily pillow fight is cute. When a kewg jumps in trying to belong, it's down right precious.

    You're all fighting over a collective 1/2 of a title.
    Jesus fucking Christ - we're not top 40?

    We're 19th all time in wins for Div I A. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_NCAA_football_teams_by_wins

    Evidence trumps dumb, effeminate, non-manly opinions.
    [Washington's All-Tim Wins]**








    ** On the backs of the USS Beatme Intramural, UPS, Whitman and Washington Teacher's College teams. Thanks Gil Dobie!

    Jim Jim Jimminy Christmas this fanbase takes itself seriously. What a somber bunch.
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