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  1. A Dream Come True THE OREGON DUCKS ARE YOUR SEASON 11 NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!!! "This is so surreal," thoughts streaming through Brice Butler's brain as he has just played a role in Oregon's 13-1 National Championship run, but it was never this easy nor this obvious that Butler would make it this far. Not after his first few seasons and a lull in improvement during his college tenure. But let's take it back. A Star In the Making Butler is no stranger to being a champion. As his High School Career Review reads, "Butler won 2 State Championships and won the City title all 4 years of his high school career." When he was asked why he opted to attend the University of Oregon, he replied, "Oregon defines who I am." And his decision could not have turned out to be any better. His true freshman year, Butler entered the NCAA with a bang, hauling in 47 catches for 567 yards and 6 touchdowns, with Oregon losing in the National Championship to Alabama. But a star was in the making. He was improving at an impressive rate, coming into his sophomore year and ending with 80 catches for 1,131 yards with 9 TDs, earning West conference Pro Bowl honors and again losing in the championship to Alabama. His junior year showed signs of regression, whether it be from overeating, lack of sleep, laziness, or a combination. He only brought in 59 passes for 806 yards and 4 touchdowns. But that meant he had something to prove. Breakout Butler knew his senior year would mean everything for his draft stock, so he worked all offseason and even into the regular season to make sure his stats would reflect who he was as a player: a speedster who could get downfield, catch the long ball, and get a few yards after that. And that's exactly what he did. With 70 catches for 1,209 yards and 9 touchdowns, he lead all qualifying receivers in the NCAA in average yards per catch with nearly 18 YPC, putting himself in the conversation for WR of the Year, almost undoubtedly earning a Pro Bowl spot, and winning his first ever National Championship over Miami. Future Butler hopes to be drafted in an earlier round to a team where he can make an immediate impact. When he said Oregon defines who he is, he could not be any more spot on. A champion. That is what Brice Butler is.
  2. @MMFLEX Man I owe this to you, thanks for not giving up on Brice when I was inactive and keeping him on the squad, I'm glad I could perform for you guys this season!
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