Coping with the Stanford Loss

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EUGENE, Ore. — Dreams of a national title have been dashed.  A feeling Ducks fans haven’t had to deal with since last year’s loss. For some, it’s a feeling that won’t go away overnight. Experts at Eugene Therapy give some advice on how to cope with these emotions.


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  1. Janet Caldwell says:

    It’s nice to see that there are still some attempts at being compassionate. This was a very difficult game to watch.. Seeing players hurt and emotional was heart wrenching. Thank you for your broadcast. GO DUCKS!

  2. musicman60 says:

    ok you whinng babies comon therpy now thats going to far look duck fans you might think your good but in no way in hell are so good you should go to nc every year get over yourselfs uncle phil bouught you what you have you have not erend it uncle phil is sending you his therspest

  3. drolma says:

    Sorry, losing a football game is depressing people? You must be kidding!!! They must have needed therapy before the game if this is a major thing for them.

  4. ron says:

    Boo Hoo…..You didnt play well and got beat by a superior team

  5. Sparky63 says:

    “Coping with the Stanford loss”? People are needing therapy for this are you kidding me? It’s a college football game for Pete’s sake and not a life-or-death situation. If people are really upset over this then they / we are in deep doo doo as a society.

    This sports fanaticism has gone too far.

  6. greg says:

    Here’s the therapy, You go one week at a time just like everybody else, .Big deal if you lost a game. It’s not the end of the world…

  7. Terry Morrison says:

    How mean can people be? We just wanted something positive to happen in the area, after so many people have no jobs or a place to live. Our football is an escape and when that is taken away the escape hurts even more. Please have compassion for your fellow man.

    1. Sparky63 says:

      It’s still only a game with one winner and one looser. It just happened that the Ducks were the looser this time. You and the others just can’t be happy that Ducks made it as far as they did and had a better season than most?

      I guess I should have been a psychologist so I could get some of that therapy business that comes with the ducks loosing a game. Maybe had I been I could have afforded to buy a ticket to a game.

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