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Passionate Fans Booing Hurts?

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Eugene – Last week may have been one of the biggest recruiting weekends ever at Oregon and during the Ducks' 35-28 win over Stanford a smattering of boos echoed through the stadium at various points of the game. While Oregon Head Coach Mike Bellotti may have had head sets on during the game, the question remains did booing hurt the Ducks recruiting efforts?

"That's a great question," responded Bellotti to the inquiry. "I don't know. The young men that were here really enjoyed their trip. Several of them are top-rated players in the nation at their position, and it's down to us and another school." Bellotti is restricted from specifically discussing individual recruits but according's database, Oregon hosted Bryce Brown, the country's best... Recommended Stories

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