Oregon blew a 17-point halftime lead, an apparent 24-point lead erased by a review, and a three-point lead capable of withstanding a few victory formations. It was bad. Very, very bad. Especially for the Ducks fans who spent a long day getting revved up and a long game thinking victory was a foregone conclusion.
This frustration is manifesting in a variety of ways. Here’s one.
Those Stanford players won’t ever forget that trip to the tunnel. Other parties’ memories may not be as permanent.