Tweet ‘Em If You Got ‘Em

This weekend was fantastic for Oregon football and its fans: a big-time road win over the despised USC and an official ascension to #1 in the BCS poll, reports ESPN.

OregonFootball announced that the game grabbed most of the nation’s attention, as 79% of the country got to see the Ducks shine.

It also provided a map of ABC’s football telecasts, courtesy of its home website, GoDucks.com.

 

 

 

 

 

The Ducks had plenty of motivation for going into USC’s coliseum and showing the nation which team is superior after being disregarded as overrated, as OregonFootball exhibits in this tweet.

The Ducks’ win exemplifies the changing of the guard in college football’s Pac-10 conference, says ArashMarkazi.  USC’s dethroning began last Halloween weekend when Oregon trounced the Trojans in Autzen Stadium.

Michael Bishop, who tweets as / for the university’s hip-hop group supwitchugirl, offered a revelation that Oregon fans can appreciate.

On the other side of the state of Oregon’s sports world, The Blazers’ head coach reached a team milestone, as reported by pdxtraiblazers.

Skip Bayless, an analyst on ESPN First Take whom viewers love to hate, implies that Chris Bosh, one of the Miami Heat’s ‘Big 3’ has not lived up to expectation thus far in the young 2010 NBA season.

miketoole presents a lesson in humorous NBA fan math.

Skip Bayless returns to tweet that the Denver Broncos need to give rookie quarterback Tim Tebow more playing time, and implies that incumbent QB Kyle Orton should be swapped out, as the 2-6 Broncos have nowhere to go but up.

Stephen Colbert, AKA StephenAtHome, shares his thoughts to entertain his fans.

Stephen does so again – his Twitter page is full of these.

rainnwilson, best known as Dwight Schrute on NBC’s The Office, follows suit.

oregonian reports that running for office has never been more about money than at this very moment.

TheOnion created a fictitious-yet-humorously-insensitive report about the dangers of Halloween treats.

nytimes reports Brazil’s governmental breakthrough.

About jakemcneal

My name is Jake McNeal and I am from Portland, Oregon. I am a senior at the University of Oregon, majoring in news-editorial and magazine journalism. I am a business minor as well. I would love to be a sports reporter covering football, basketball, baseball and soccer.
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