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Taking a look at the Class of 2013: Offense

Thomas Tyner leads Oregon's offensive class

On Saturday, the No. 3 ranked Oregon Ducks knocked off the USC Trojans 62-51 in one of the marquee college football match ups of the year. With three games left (possibly four if they reach a conference championship game) and endless possibilities available for Oregon, much of the attention will be focused on how they finish out. Which brings us to recruiting.

Around this time of the year, recruiting usually falls on the backburner as fans tend to focus more on the here and now and not the future. But, the recruiting trail rolls on. On Sunday, highly touted USC safety commit Max Redfield notified the world via Facebook that he was backing away from his commitment from the Trojans to visit other schools. Having already told eDuck that he wasn't able to...

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