Oregon seeking new NorCal pipeline 

November, 12, 2012
Much like they did against USC last week, the Oregon Ducks rolled to a big road win at Cal on Saturday night. Just like the Trojans, the Bears have a roster loaded with talented players who were high-priority recruiting targets of the Ducks. While the Trojans and Bears have won many of the recruiting battles, the Ducks have now won eight of the past 10 games against Cal and USC.

Chris Seisay
Courtesy of Kathy RobinsonOregon has already secured a pledge from American Canyon (Calif.) senior Chris Seisay, and two of his teammates from 2014 are showing interest in the Ducks.
The Ducks have won some recruiting battles against both schools in recent years and are looking to do so again. A couple of potential Class of 2014 Oregon targets were in the crowd on Saturday. While the result of one game rarely affects a recruit's decision, the Ducks' recent dominance -- and the specter of a potential coaching change at Cal -- could have them looking more seriously at Oregon as their recruitments progress.

Oregon commit Chris Seisay (American Canyon, Calif./American Canyon) was in the crowd to support his future team. He did however, bring a few of his American Canyon teammates along after their big playoff win on Friday night. 2014 cornerback Malik Beachum (American Canyon, Calif./American Canyon) -- who visited Oregon unofficially in September -- was one of them. Beachum is being recruited heavily by Cal and Utah.
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