Ducks, Oregon

Worlds are Colliding

December 7, 2014

It was announced today that, as expected, the University of Oregon Ducks would be one of the top-4 teams in college football, which means that they will be a part of the inaugural college football playoff.Oregon fans rejoiced when they saw that they would be facing the Florida State University Seminoles, the best opportunity for the Ducks to move into the championship game.

The bowl they drew is the Rose Bowl, which takes place on January 1.

Lela is also due on January 1.

I’m not sure what to make of this. When Oregon lost to Arizona, I was pretty upset. But then I realized that they wouldn’t be in the top-4 so I wouldn’t have to worry about this very serious conflict. But now they have gone on to win so many games by so many points that people say they are good again.

I love the Ducks. And I don’t know her yet, but I know I will love Lela more than the Ducks. But the Ducks have been my love since before I was born. My mom went to Ducks games when I was still in the womb.
I’m not being a caveman here and saying football is more important than the birth of my first child. It’s just that they are both very important to me.I may be catching a baby at the exact moment Mariota throws a touchdown pass.

When you think of it that way, it’s kind of cool. It’s like Mariota threw a perfect spiral from Pasadena to Vancouver and it transformed from a football to a baby and landed in my arms in the form of a human child, and I will sprint down the halls with it, avoiding the hospital staff trying to tackle me.Touchdown David. Touchdown Ducks. We all win and celebrate by spraying champagne all over the people closest to us. In my case, the nurses, a doctor, and especially Meghaan, the MVP of the Baby Bowl.

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