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DAT probably will take kicks and Addison will field punts. DAT may not have to take kicks if Tyner is the real deal. We could spare him the touches with Tyner and Lowe back there. Lowe is another one that will field kicks.
DAT/Lowe will likely handle the kicks and Addison the punts. Addison is a little bit smarter than DAT back there on the PR even though he isn't as fast, and has better hands.
So what are the new unis going to look like this year?
These are my personal favorite that you guys have worn.
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The stormtrooper look is pretty good.
Here's a new look (yellow on yellow): https://twitter.com/sportingnews/status/357943750766514176/photo/1
My personal favorite is the semi-throwback where they use the green and yellow reminiscent of what they wore when I was growing up: http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/002/560/211/hi-res-hi-res-151128859_display_image.jpg?1346556664
The all yellow is sweet. I also liked the ones with ducks on the shoulders, iirc they were called the fighting ducks.
Bob Kesling is already having nightmares about that name.
We take a lot of pride in the amount of noise we're able to produce at Autzen. Many reporters and opposing coaches have said it's the loudest stadium they've ever been to.
That being said, there were more than a few Duck fans and reporters that came back from Neyland and said it had the same level of intense constant noise as Autzen. Very impressive fans. I've also heard that the Stadium, tailgate, River, and atmosphere is among the best in all of football. Would definitely love to experience it some day.
I have a bottle of 2009 Abyss, but it's my last one. If you like sour beers, I'd request Cascade Brewing's Sang Noir or Kriek. Epic stuff. I work a mile down the sreet from their pub and could easily pick up a bottle for you if you'd like. They have a seasonal sour made with apricots right now too. Haven't tried it yet.
Oh, you have to go. It's unreal when we're good.
I've been nothing but impressed by what I've heard about Autzen. I can't wait to experience it. Shocking what you guys can do with only 60k people.
"When we step on that football field, everyone flips a switch. And it's on..." - Butch Jones
Thats code for he is white.
So what is the story with McCullers?
I will be at the game also! I'm excited to be able to attend a game in Autzen Stadium. My mother-in-law's fiance got us tickets so I will be there with my orange on.
Word on the street is that we have become complacent in our success and Autzen isn't as loud as it used to be. Can anyone speak on this? Last home game I went to was in 2007 before the chip kelly days. I'm a road warrior now.
But back then...oh man. My vision blurred and I almost fainted during a pick in a game against the butt puppies. I'd rather stick my head in front of a jet egine.
That site also had a pretty awesome breakdown of how Standard pulled off their win against you all. Controlling the box and disrupting the read options was def key
2013. Team 117. Beginning of the new Era.
There is some truth to that. I think it really depends on the game.
The last time I remember it getting as loud as the Oklahoma or Michigan games was in 2009 against USC. It gets close to the same level, but not quite what it was in those big games.
However, I've gone to games that were over within 2 minutes(Colorado, Middle Tenn St), and the crowd still made impressive noise for most of the game.
The early games, before all the students are on campus, are the games that see less noise intensity. I would expect the Tennessee game to be pretty loud though. It's not common to have a storied program like Tennessee visit Autzen.
I really appreciate that you guys get our tradition and place in college football history. So often people discount our program because the last 5 years have been so miserable.
We've been through tremendous transition recently and it's taken its toll, but there is unbelievable pride in our program. We know we'll be back, and we still see ourselves as a blue-blood program. Your guys' attitude and respect for our team is refreshing.
I'm not a fan of anyone but UT, but you guys are making it hard for me to not pull for the Ducks on every other week than the one we play.
"My mother-in-law's fiance" - now that's a mouthful to say. Lol.
That's funny because we're mostly known as bandwagon obnoxious across the football landscape.
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The one in my avatar is my fave Duck uniform ever.
I've never had that impression at all. I'm sure there are some people who get drawn into the fan base simply because of the flash factor.
Speaking of the "flash", I like that you guys have created a tradition out of your constant uniform changes. It's not gimmicky when you do it because you were the first, and it just makes sense. When everyone else does it, it appears cheap, like they're trying too hard.
As LMSYO said, the Oklahoma and (from what I hear) Michigan games set the noise-level standard. I don't vividly remember the Oklahoma game besides it just being crazy-loud. The loudest game I've ever been to was in '07 against Cal. The Ducks lost, but I'll never forget that game. I remember screaming as loud as I could, and legitimately not being able to hear myself. As another poster alluded to, it was so loud that it seemed to affect eyesight. I'll never forget when I stopped screaming, looked to my left and right to see my friends, purple-faced and belting out "O!!!", but only hearing silence (if that makes any sense). Then I looked out over the field and it was like the noise was visible. The entire stadium seemed to be shaking. It was a surreal experience.
Go to fishduck.com, great breakdown of their offense.
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