By Erik Skopil, Duck Territory: Not long after the team fell 36-33 in heartbreaking fashion, Nix sat at a podium in the bowels of Husky Stadium in tight confines in a space that six days of the week acts as a cleaning supplies closet.
It was hard to not to sense Bo Nix’s agitation during the first four minutes of Saturday’s post-game press conference.
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Oregon quarterback Bo Nix finished his media availability on Saturday afternoon with an impassioned three-minute answer.
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