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- Geek & Sci-Fi
Last night, as Kansas State went into overtime against Oregon, Wildcat Bill Walker (lower left of the screen) stuffed a bunch of towels into his shorts, pissed himself, dropped the towels onto the floor, then headed back onto the court to continue play.
It's been a <a href="http://deadspin.com/sports/oregon-ducks/not-a-good-week-to-quack-325328.php" target="_blank">tough week for Oregon teams</a>: the loss at Arizona, Dennis Dixon's injury, and last night's b-ball upset to St.
With the Belotti Potty here, Oregon State -- or, as I like to call it, the OSU -- is obviously gearing up for the December 1st Civil War against the Dennis Dixon-less Ducks.
So I'm sitting in the tavern Wednesday at noon taking my usual 3-hour liquid lunch break, and over the course of several jars of J.
The Oregon Duck mascot won't be on the sideline today in Ann Arbor, he was suspended for this: While you were watching this tremendous video, I was reading the <a href="http://www.registerguard.com/rgn/index.php/rgup/duck_suspended_for_next_home_football_game/" title="UO" target="_blank">article detailing the Duck's suspension</a>: “At least three, but maybe more” students serve as the Duck mascot, [UO sports information director Dave] Williford said.
In yet another bowl game I didn't particularly care about, the newly helmeted Ducks of Oregon got their asses thrashed by the BYU -- what the heck is BYU's nickname.
In case you missed it, the Pac-10 refs <a href="http://deadspin.com/sports/college-football/thats-not-a-fun-way-to-lose-201296.php" target="_blank">royally botched a call on an onside kick</a> that pretty much screwed Oklahoma out of a win against Oregon.