Where does Oregon rank among the top-25 winningest football programs in past decade? – Ducks Wire

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When you look at the entire history of the college football landscape, the Oregon Ducks can’t hold a candle to the blue-blood schools, such as Ohio State, Notre Dame, USC or Texas.
However, when you look at the more recent history, they are absolutely among the best teams in the nation. Since the turn of the century, the Ducks have become a national brand thanks of Phil Knight and Nike, and the program’s rise has produced multiple national championship game appearances and numerous Rose Bowl victories.
Ahead of spring football, 247Sports ranked the top-25 teams in the nation according to their records for the past decade. So where does Oregon rank? The Ducks have a 91-27 record (.771) and have routinely been among the top of the Pac-12 conference. Here’s what 247Sports had to say:
Another big-name program with an uncertain future. But the Ducks have been here before. New head coach Dan Lanning, the architect of a Georgia defense that carried the Bulldogs to their first national championship in more than 40 years, will be Oregon’s fifth head man since 2012. Mario Cristobal got the program back on the right track with a 12-win campaign and Rose Bowl appearance in his second year in Eugene. It is up to Lanning to keep Oregon among the nation’s elite programs. And with Lincoln Riley now calling the shots at USC, things could get much more interesting in the Pac-12.
So, how good has Oregon been since 2010 compared to the rest of the nation? Let’s take a look:
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Decade Record: (77-52, .597)
Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports
Decade Record: (76-50, .603)
Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports
Decade Record: (77-50, .606)
Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports
Decade Record: (77-47, .621)
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Decade Record: (80-47, .630)
Chris Gardner/Getty Images
Decade Record (78-45, .634)
Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports
Decade Record: (78-45, .634)
Billy Hurst-USA TODAY Sports
Decade Record: (80-46, .635)
Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports
Decade Record: (82-43, .656)
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Decade Record: (82-43, .656)

Decade Record: (81-42, .659)
Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports
Decade Record: (82-42, .661)
Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports
Decade Record: (83-42, .664)
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Decade Record: (85-42, .669)
Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports
Decade Record: (85-41, .675)
Ben Queen-USA TODAY Sports
Decade Record: (90-39, .698)
Brad McClenny-USA TODAY NETWORK
Decade Record: (90-37, .709)
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Decade Record: (93-36, .721)

Decade Record: (97-31, .758)
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Decade Record: (91-27, .771)
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Decade Record: (106-28, .791)
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Decade Record: (107-24, .817)

Decade Record: (121-17, .877)

Decade Record: (116-13, .899)

Decade Record: (128-13, .908)
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