Nevada game eDuck tailgater pics.

The Oregon Ducks met the Nevada Wolfpack on the turf of Autzen Stadium but before kickoff eDuckers met each other in the east donor parking lot. <br><br> Head Cook Paul Hendrich would not meet the press for comments -- he was too busy cookin' up the brats.

Skies were overcast but there was no dampening of spirits for the eDuckers. In fact, one could say life was good. It was the home opener, the Beavers had lost the night before and the parking lot was full of partying fans getting ready to start the season.

(PHOTO RIGHT) Veteran eDuck and All-Internet Poster Crawlduck (left) set the tone of the day by warmly greeting all comers. Crawl sported the latest version of the "Lightning Yellow" tee-shirt showing the world that he is indeed a Duck fan.

Oregon beat Nevada 31-23, and improved their season's record to 2-0.

Next week the Ducks will be on the road to meet Arizona.

Saturday's crowd of 56,471 was the twenty-fifth consecutive sell out at Autzen Stadium dating back to the USC game in 1999. It was also the third-largest crowd at the newly expanded Autzen Stadium.

Saturday's win marked the eleventh straight home-opening victory and also kept the Ducks unbeaten in non-conference play (19-0) at Autzen Stadium under Head Coach Mike Bellotti and also improved their non-league record under the ninth-year head coach to 25-2.

(PHOTO ABOVE) Recently, the cast of the movie "Animal House" held a reunion. However this photo has absolutely nothing to do with that reunion. Any similarity between this group of eDuckers and characters from Delta House is purely coincidental.

(PHOTO ABOVE) And the Oregon cheerleaders were there too! eDuck tailgaters have been the location for parties, weddings, good times and it is no secret and is a regular site both the band and rally squad stop and visit on game day.

(PHOTO ABOVE) And the Pit Crew Alumni Association (PCAA) was there too! Naturally, they honor the court-ordered 25-foot no-contact barrier separating them from the cheerleaders.

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