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Ducks bring in Oregon legend Marcus Mariota to meet 5-star QB Dante Moore

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  • MaceothecatMaceothecat Member Posts: 27
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    Justin Herbert was there as well.
  • CFetters_Nacho_LoverCFetters_Nacho_Lover Moderator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 20,327
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  • sinceredawgsinceredawg Member Posts: 490
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    To explain how craven piece of shit Phil Knight has turned once-beautiful college sports into a corrupt corporate arms race. Just do it you heartless oyster.
  • HuskyJWHuskyJW Member Posts: 12,745
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    "He took the position to its peak at Oregon, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2014 and almost leading the Ducks to their first national championship."

    Wonder what that's like, almost having your first national championship.

    Anyone able to explain that?
    “I’m The greatest quarterback in the history of University of Oregon football. I wasn’t able to do it but I’m sure you will.”
    coach_pete_JPGCFetters_Nacho_Loverhaie46XiJCABtrublue
  • trubluetrublue Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 2,124
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    edited June 30

    "He took the position to its peak at Oregon, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2014 and almost leading the Ducks to their first national championship."

    Wonder what that's like, almost having your first national championship.

    Anyone able to explain that?
    It’s akin to having half a Natty (while claiming two); not a single Heisman Trophy winner; and a record of 4-16 (in 20 head-to-head matchups) in this Century (vs. the gutty little Ducks).

    Washington would like to thank their campus Administration, ADs and coaching hires for the awesome trajectory their football program is on in the 21st Century.



  • trubluetrublue Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 2,124
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    HuskyJW said:

    "He took the position to its peak at Oregon, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2014 and almost leading the Ducks to their first national championship."

    Wonder what that's like, almost having your first national championship.

    Anyone able to explain that?
    “I’m The greatest quarterback in the history of University of Oregon football. I wasn’t able to do it but I’m sure you will.”
    I’m so jacked about the future of Washington football and Montlake Futures that I’m giving up my season football tickets that I’ve had like forever.


  • trubluetrublue Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 2,124
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    trublue said:

    "He took the position to its peak at Oregon, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2014 and almost leading the Ducks to their first national championship."

    Wonder what that's like, almost having your first national championship.

    Anyone able to explain that?
    It’s akin to having half a Natty (while claiming two); not a single Heisman Trophy winner; and a record of 4-16 (in 20 head-to-head matchups) in this Century (vs. the gutty little Ducks).

    *Washington would like to thank their campus Administration, ADs and coaching hires for the awesome trajectory their football program is on in the 21st Century.



    *Washington fans
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 83,567
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    Trigger warning
    HuskyJW
  • trubluetrublue Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 2,124
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    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    "He took the position to its peak at Oregon, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2014 and almost leading the Ducks to their first national championship."

    Wonder what that's like, almost having your first national championship.

    Anyone able to explain that?
    It’s akin to having half a Natty (while claiming two); not a single Heisman Trophy winner; and a record of 4-16 (in 20 head-to-head matchups) in this Century (vs. the gutty little Ducks).

    *Washington would like to thank their campus Administration, ADs and coaching hires for the awesome trajectory their football program is on in the 21st Century.



    *Washington fans
    So, what you're saying is, you don't know what it's like to have a national championship. Got it. Thanks for making an attempt.

    Also, you had to edit that? Twice? Guess you made 3 attempts.
    Haie was in diapers when Huskies won their 1/2 Natty.

    You are correct, tho. I don’t know what it’s like to win 1/2 Natty.

    Close, but no cigar.
  • CFetters_Nacho_LoverCFetters_Nacho_Lover Moderator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 20,327
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    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    "He took the position to its peak at Oregon, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2014 and almost leading the Ducks to their first national championship."

    Wonder what that's like, almost having your first national championship.

    Anyone able to explain that?
    It’s akin to having half a Natty (while claiming two); not a single Heisman Trophy winner; and a record of 4-16 (in 20 head-to-head matchups) in this Century (vs. the gutty little Ducks).

    *Washington would like to thank their campus Administration, ADs and coaching hires for the awesome trajectory their football program is on in the 21st Century.



    *Washington fans
    So, what you're saying is, you don't know what it's like to have a national championship. Got it. Thanks for making an attempt.

    Also, you had to edit that? Twice? Guess you made 3 attempts.
    Haie was in diapers when Huskies won their 1/2 Natty.

    You are correct, tho. I don’t know what it’s like to win 1/2 Natty.

    Close, but no cigar.
    Oregon fans don’t know what it’s like to win a natty. Period.
    Williams3HuskyJWDavid
  • haiehaie Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 12,537
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    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    "He took the position to its peak at Oregon, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2014 and almost leading the Ducks to their first national championship."

    Wonder what that's like, almost having your first national championship.

    Anyone able to explain that?
    It’s akin to having half a Natty (while claiming two); not a single Heisman Trophy winner; and a record of 4-16 (in 20 head-to-head matchups) in this Century (vs. the gutty little Ducks).

    *Washington would like to thank their campus Administration, ADs and coaching hires for the awesome trajectory their football program is on in the 21st Century.



    *Washington fans
    So, what you're saying is, you don't know what it's like to have a national championship. Got it. Thanks for making an attempt.

    Also, you had to edit that? Twice? Guess you made 3 attempts.
    Haie was in diapers when Huskies won their 1/2 Natty.

    You are correct, tho. I don’t know what it’s like to win 1/2 Natty.

    Close, but no cigar.
    False.
  • trubluetrublue Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 2,124
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    edited July 1
    4-8 Haie: Class of 2010?

    How old were you in 1991? Four?

    Great memories!
  • haiehaie Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 12,537
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    trublue said:

    4-8 Haie: Class of 2010?

    How old were you in 1991? Four?

    Great memories!

    Beyond pathetic.

    Where were you when Oregon completed the 0 both times?

    I was laughing and hoping for further injuries against Mariota on that ankle thing.

    Pretty sure Billy Joe would kick the living fuck out of the best QB in your history on and off the field.
    trublueHuskyJWRaceBannonDavid
  • 1to392831weretaken1to392831weretaken Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 5,880
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    haie said:

    trublue said:

    4-8 Haie: Class of 2010?

    How old were you in 1991? Four?

    Great memories!

    Beyond pathetic.

    Where were you when Oregon completed the 0 both times?

    I was laughing and hoping for further injuries against Mariota on that ankle thing.

    Pretty sure Billy Joe would kick the living fuck out of the best QB in your history on and off the field.
    My dad could beat up your dad?
    Maceothecat
  • trubluetrublue Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 2,124
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    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    "He took the position to its peak at Oregon, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2014 and almost leading the Ducks to their first national championship."

    Wonder what that's like, almost having your first national championship.

    Anyone able to explain that?
    It’s akin to having half a Natty (while claiming two); not a single Heisman Trophy winner; and a record of 4-16 (in 20 head-to-head matchups) in this Century (vs. the gutty little Ducks).

    *Washington would like to thank their campus Administration, ADs and coaching hires for the awesome trajectory their football program is on in the 21st Century.



    *Washington fans
    So, what you're saying is, you don't know what it's like to have a national championship. Got it. Thanks for making an attempt.

    Also, you had to edit that? Twice? Guess you made 3 attempts.
    Haie was in diapers when Huskies won their 1/2 Natty.

    You are correct, tho. I don’t know what it’s like to win 1/2 Natty.

    Close, but no cigar.
    Oregon fans don’t know what it’s like to win a natty. Period.
    Who was named No. 1 in the AP Final Poll in 1991 . . . Miami.

    Who was named No. 1 in UPI (Coaches Poll)? Washington.

    Co-Champions = 1/2 Natty

    Win a Rose Bowl, then pop off no longer your go to?

    Fuck you, Fatters.
  • HuskyJWHuskyJW Member Posts: 12,745
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    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    "He took the position to its peak at Oregon, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2014 and almost leading the Ducks to their first national championship."

    Wonder what that's like, almost having your first national championship.

    Anyone able to explain that?
    It’s akin to having half a Natty (while claiming two); not a single Heisman Trophy winner; and a record of 4-16 (in 20 head-to-head matchups) in this Century (vs. the gutty little Ducks).

    *Washington would like to thank their campus Administration, ADs and coaching hires for the awesome trajectory their football program is on in the 21st Century.



    *Washington fans
    So, what you're saying is, you don't know what it's like to have a national championship. Got it. Thanks for making an attempt.

    Also, you had to edit that? Twice? Guess you made 3 attempts.
    Haie was in diapers when Huskies won their 1/2 Natty.

    You are correct, tho. I don’t know what it’s like to win 1/2 Natty.

    Close, but no cigar.
    Oregon fans don’t know what it’s like to win a natty. Period.
    Who was named No. 1 in the AP Final Poll in 1991 . . . Miami.

    Who was named No. 1 in UPI (Coaches Poll)? Washington.

    Co-Champions = 1/2 Natty

    Win a Rose Bowl, then pop off no longer your go to?

    Fuck you, Fatters.
    OK. I am completely shocked you could do that math. Honest to God. Floored

    Kudos

    CFetters_Nacho_LovertrublueDavid
  • CFetters_Nacho_LoverCFetters_Nacho_Lover Moderator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 20,327
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    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    "He took the position to its peak at Oregon, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2014 and almost leading the Ducks to their first national championship."

    Wonder what that's like, almost having your first national championship.

    Anyone able to explain that?
    It’s akin to having half a Natty (while claiming two); not a single Heisman Trophy winner; and a record of 4-16 (in 20 head-to-head matchups) in this Century (vs. the gutty little Ducks).

    *Washington would like to thank their campus Administration, ADs and coaching hires for the awesome trajectory their football program is on in the 21st Century.



    *Washington fans
    So, what you're saying is, you don't know what it's like to have a national championship. Got it. Thanks for making an attempt.

    Also, you had to edit that? Twice? Guess you made 3 attempts.
    Haie was in diapers when Huskies won their 1/2 Natty.

    You are correct, tho. I don’t know what it’s like to win 1/2 Natty.

    Close, but no cigar.
    Oregon fans don’t know what it’s like to win a natty. Period.
    Who was named No. 1 in the AP Final Poll in 1991 . . . Miami.

    Who was named No. 1 in UPI (Coaches Poll)? Washington.

    Co-Champions = 1/2 Natty

    Win a Rose Bowl, then pop off no longer your go to?

    Fuck you, Fatters.
    I know the history. And it’s still a big fat zero in the natty category for you.
    RaceBannonhaieDavid
  • whatshouldicareaboutwhatshouldicareabout Member Posts: 9,920
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    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    trublue said:

    "He took the position to its peak at Oregon, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2014 and almost leading the Ducks to their first national championship."

    Wonder what that's like, almost having your first national championship.

    Anyone able to explain that?
    It’s akin to having half a Natty (while claiming two); not a single Heisman Trophy winner; and a record of 4-16 (in 20 head-to-head matchups) in this Century (vs. the gutty little Ducks).

    *Washington would like to thank their campus Administration, ADs and coaching hires for the awesome trajectory their football program is on in the 21st Century.



    *Washington fans
    So, what you're saying is, you don't know what it's like to have a national championship. Got it. Thanks for making an attempt.

    Also, you had to edit that? Twice? Guess you made 3 attempts.
    Haie was in diapers when Huskies won their 1/2 Natty.

    You are correct, tho. I don’t know what it’s like to win 1/2 Natty.

    Close, but no cigar.
    Oregon fans don’t know what it’s like to win a natty. Period.
    Who was named No. 1 in the AP Final Poll in 1991 . . . Miami.

    Who was named No. 1 in UPI (Coaches Poll)? Washington.

    Co-Champions = 1/2 Natty

    Win a Rose Bowl, then pop off no longer your go to?

    Fuck you, Fatters.
    I know the history. And it’s still a big fat zero in the natty category for you.
    Which is great since the original questions was, "what is it like to never have a national championship?"

    I mean, we don't know what that's like, so it's great that Ducks leap at the opportunity to tell us what it's like.

    And given his 6 posts, it sounds like its painful.
    CFetters_Nacho_LoverhaieDavid
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