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Oregon Preview: Gordon, stop quacking!

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    Ideally, in some distant and hard to contemplate future, CU should be able to compete with the best in the nation.* The Buffs of this future would look at the visit of a top-10 team like Oregon as an opportunity to showcase all that is football in Boulder, possibly even upsetting the Ducks on national TV.*

    But, this is not that distant future, this is the brutally painful present.* The only thing CU will showcase on Saturday is how far it has to travel before relevancy returns.

    This season has flown off the ****ing rails, speeding down a precipitously steep hill towards death and doom.* There is no saving it, no Denzel Washington coming to save the day, the season is lost.* And, just in time to administer the coup-de-grace, in steps the vaunted Oregon offense.* Unlike the fight'n Andrew Luck's from Stanford or the good-but-not-great boys from UW, these guys don't give a ****, and will hang-a-hundred on you if given the chance.

    Unfortunately, CU will offer them that chance on Saturday.

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    Quack quack quack quack, Mr. Ducksworth.
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    In the Mighty Ducks analogy, CU is poor Goldberg, tied to the net, destined to be pelted by many hockey pucks for the nation's amusement. *Oregon is Goldberg's friends and teammates,*possessing*neither compassion nor understanding as they abuse the helpless goalie.
    If you're a masochist, or an Oregon fan, the game will kick off at 1:30.* If you can't make it up to Folsom, yet, bizarrely, still desire to watch the bloodbath unfold, you can tune in to the channel formerly known as FSN (Root Sports).* May God have mercy on our souls.

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