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Thursday, October 1, 6:00 a.m. PDT

Not sure where this week has gone - or the month of September, for that matter - but I'm lagging behind a bit in the Photo Blog department. So, before it becomes completely untimely, here is a smattering of telling images from last Saturday's Golden Bear beatdown. Eric "Big E" Evans, with an assist from Geoff Thurner on the WTIII pic, delivers the goods.

The Ducks donned throwback uniforms and Nate Costa got his throw back. Coincidence?

All padded up, Tyler Briffett took the "old school" look to a new level.

Will Tukuafu touches the sign before entering the field, a reminder to him and the rest of the team to Win The Day.

Happy Harringtons - Joey, Nick and John - must have known something during pregame festivities.

Walter Thurmond III's final appearance in uniform for the Ducks. He only played four games this year, but what would UO's record have been to this point without him?

Josh Kaddu and company set an early tone early against Jahvid Best and the Bears.

The Ducks have a pretty elusive tailback of their own.

Ducks preparing for takeoff.

This Jeremiah Masoli pass resulted in the first of Ed Dickson's three TDs.

Track town became sack town on Saturday.

Former safety turned receiver Jeff Maehl is no stranger to contact.

After an teammate's fumble, Maehl flies by and forces a Cal fumble in turn...

and fellow receiver Lavasier Tuinei says, "Mine!"

These physical Ducks resembled last year's Holiday Bowl team as Kenjon Barner does a Blount impersonation and carries tacklers downfield.

The Autzen faithful didn't need much coaxing to cheer on this day, but it never hurts.

Remene Alston, Jr. gets into the act with his third career TD and first in 2009.

Another end zone visit for big Ed.

Once the two-deep guys were done for the day, Chad Peppars and others made sure the UO defense stayed in lockdown mode and refused to give in.

For a third straight week, the Ducks were able to celebrate with the fight song.

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