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2013 Oregon Ducks Tickets
Coach Chip Kelly is coaching in the NFL, but there are still plenty of reasons to buy Oregon Ducks tickets for the 2013 college football season.
Kelly elected to take his talents to the NFL, where he’ll coach the Philadelphia Eagles. But he left behind plenty of playmakers at Autzen Stadium.
It starts with Marcus Mariota, who will orchestrate the Ducks’ explosive up-tempo scheme for the second season. Mariota completed 68.5 percent of his passes last season for 2,671 yards and 32 touchdowns. He also rushed for 752 yards and five scores.
He’ll be joined in the Oregon backfield by electric junior running back De’Anthony Thomas. Nicknamed the Black Mamba for quick-strike ability, Thomas is a game-changer that is worth the price of Ducks tickets by his self.
Offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich takes over the head coaching duties for Kelly and shouldn’t miss a beat. He was Kelly’s right-hand man for years and a major part of the Ducks’ offensive success. He’s promised to keep things at the same level. No one expects the Oregon offense to miss a beat.
So buy Oregon Ducks tickets and head over to glorious Autzen Stadium for another banner year in Eugene. There’s a new face in charge, but little has changed with the Ducks. You’ll still be treated to one of the most explosive offenses in all of college football.

3 Must-Have Oregon Ducks Tickets

Tennessee Volunteers at Oregon Ducks, Sept. 14 – This SEC-Pac-12 showdown highlights Oregon’s non-conference slate and is a good chance for the Ducks to show the nation that they can compete with teams from the mighty SEC.
Oregon Ducks at Stanford Cardinal, Nov. 7 – Stanford came into Autzen Stadium last season and upset the Ducks. Oregon will be looking for revenge in a game that could decide the Pac-12 North Division and will likely have major BCS implications.
Oregon State at Oregon, Nov. 29 – Civil War tickets are always in high demand. This year shouldn’t be any different, when the Beavers visit Autzen on Thanksgiving weekend.