More chips could fall Oregon's way 

January, 13, 2013
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With the stretch run of the 2013 recruiting cycle playing out right before our eyes, transfers, commitments and some seemingly innocuous events could put some programs in prime position to finish with a bang. Things that wouldn't be a blip on the radar of most fans could wind up turning the tide of a school's recruiting class.

For the Oregon Ducks, a couple of things that happened thousands of miles away in recent days could help them with two of their remaining targets.

Junior college quarterback Tanner McEvoy (Yuma, Ariz/Arizona Western) is in Eugene on an official visit this weekend. He has said publicly that the Ducks, along with West Virginia, are the two programs he will choose from.

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