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Pryor Shows How Much Oregon Has to Grow

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Oregon didn’t kick away the 96th Rose Bowl this afternoon. It did not lose the game on offense. Or defense. Or because of a lack of size.

If we're being precise, the Ducks lost the game almost two years ago when Terrelle Pryor chose a career in Columbus over one in Eugene.

They have words for a guy like Pryor on the playground: permanent quarterback.

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