We love it when bhsvideodad sends us his stuff. Top-quality footage, narration that makes me feel like I was there, and great music that sometimes gives me the chills.
According to bhsvideodad:
The Oregon Ducks 2009 home opener features the high powered Duck offense against a physical defense by the Boise State Broncos, who get off to a 2-0 lead in the first quarter. Oregon comes to life and cruises to a 17-3 win. Oregon attackman J. Blackmore gets 4, Jon Matusiefsky 3. Berkeley High grad Erik Lyneis (#10) has 2 and freshman goalie from De Le Salle, Matt Rostratter (#2) makes a nice save near the end of the video.
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My favorite part of this video is at the 1:26 mark. Oregon’s #15 is bringing the ball down the field and a Brono defender (can’t make out his number) desperately hooks his stick around the kid’s neck, completely clotheslining him. #15 jumps up looking for beef but the Bronco defender is already sprinting away at Mach 10 to the sin bin with his tail between his legs. Reminds me a lot of that “Hit and Run” video we posted a while back. That kid might STILL be running.
Boise State, who upset the PNCLL favorite Montana Grizzlies 12-11 on Saturday, is now 1-4 on the season. Oregon is 5-2 after beating Portland State (1st year team) 26-1 on Sunday.