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College Football Insider Drops Honest Admission on Oregon Ducks' Trajectory - Athlon Sports


Sorry, I can't get the URL, or whatever it is called to link.


So here is the story.


College Football Insider Drops Honest Admission on Oregon Ducks' Trajectory

The Oregon Ducks are primed to break out over the next few seasons. One college football analyst believes the Ducks could win multiple national titles over the next decade.


On3 Sports' J.D. PicKell explained why Oregon is set up for a potentially dominant decade on the football field on "The Hard Count with J.D. PicKell."

"Oregon is majoring in everything that is required for high level success in college football," Pickell reasoned. "(Dan Lanning) is not just prioritizing, but executing when it comes to recruiting."


Recruiting is the foundation of a winning program, and certainly recent wins for top players have set up the Ducks for success. Albeit, Oregon has been getting it done on the football field as well.


In two years at Oregon, Lanning has a 22-5 record. Every loss has been against a ranked team, with three losses against Washington and one against the 2022 national title winning Georgia Bulldogs.


Without question, Lanning is maximizing the talent he's bringing to campus. In addition to a high level of play with the third-year coach, the Ducks could be set up to win the physicality battle in a bruising Big Ten conference.


While Oregon hasn't won a national title yet, it's trending closer to winning it all. PicKell suggests they may not be done after one championship.


Oregon kicks off the season against Idaho on Aug. 31.

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