Misery Index Week 4: Eviscerated in Eugene
It was such an improbable and amazing college football story. A plucky program in the Pacific Northwest that had no built-in reason to be a national power captured the imagination of fans, recruits and a multibillion-dollar shoe company and made them believe that anything was possible.
For a solid half-decade, Oregon of all schools was going toe-to-toe with the best in the country; not just as a regional program that would need the stars to align for a Rose Bowl bid but as a legitimate national force and a mega-brand in college athletics that was cooler than Alabama and Notre Dame, more... read more
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