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Oregon defensive preview

Josh Kaddu

Oregon's offense may get all of the attention, but the defense has plenty of talent as well. Read on to see which players to look out for, the keys to the game, and more.

When your offense racks up over 500 yards per game, it's easy for the defense to blend in. That's the case for the Oregon defense, which is by no means a dominant unit, but is usually effective at keeping its opponents off the scoreboard just enough to win games. Returning from last year's defense are six starters, one along the defensive line, one linebacker and all four starters in the secondary...

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