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Oregon was back at it Friday, minus Kenjon Barner

Nearly two weeks after their fifth consecutive Civil War victory the Oregon football team returned to the Moshovsky Center to begin preparation for their Fiesta Bowl Showdown with the Kansas State Wildcats.

EUGENE, Ore.,- Nearly two weeks after their fifth consecutive Civil War victory the Oregon football team returned to the Moshovsky Center to begin preparation for their Fiesta Bowl Showdown with the Kansas State Wildcats. The team will practice Friday through Monday each week, with a few days of weight lifting and conditioning incorporated throughout. This week, head coach Chip Kelly says, they...

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