The Ducks and Beavers emerged as national players as the regular season came to a dramatic conclusion: The winner of the Oregon Civil War would play Ohio State on New Year's Day in the Rose Bowl. Fisher Interactive Network, owner of this site, encourages users to suggest removal of comments that violate any of the house rules: 1. Keep it clean - This is a public forum, open to civilized people who do not appreciate obscene, vulgar or sexually-oriented language, no matter how creatively spelled. 2. Keep it civil - Don't defame, threaten, abuse or invade the privacy of other readers or the subjects of stories. No racism, sexism or any other sort of -ism that degrades another person will be tolerated. 3. Keep it truthful and legal - Don't lie, impersonate another individual or post comments that advocate illegal activity. 4. Keep on topic - Stay focused on the subject at hand. Do not post advertisements or solicitations for funds, goods, or services. 5. Be responsible - Comments are the ...
Masoli and the rest of the Ducks escaped their own fans without injury. Now, after defeating Oregon State 37-33 in the 113th Civil War, they really can start thinking about their Jan. 1 date with Ohio State in Pasadena, Calif. "We accept,'' deadpanned Kelly after the game when his seventh-ranked Ducks (10-2, 8-1), as outright Pac-10 champions, received their first Rose Bowl invitation in 15 years. There was Blazermania, when the Portland Trail Blazers won the 1977 NBA title. Other than that, it's doubtful there's ever been this much sports excitement in Oregon. Sources: <a rel="nofollow" href="http://ncaafootball.fanhouse.com/2009/12/04/rocky-season-turns-rosy-for-ducks/">http://ncaafootball.fanhouse.