John Giustina I would say definitely the Michigan game was one of my most memorable games, as they were so highly touted. I want it more than you do, I’m going to show your coach that you don’t really want to block me, you’re just out there posing. I’d just run through them, and there was a stretch where I went three straight games blocking a punt. -Keith Lewis, on his punt block & knack for blocking punts It was a time of transition during Oregon s rise into the national spotlight. The Ducks had gradually improved by one win each season from 1996-2001 (from six to 11 wins) and finished 2001 atop the Pac-10 and ranked #2 nationally; yet had then fallen back to a mediocre 7-6 year in 2002. Starting out the 2003 year right at 3-0, a huge test of strength and talent was on the line a decade ago. Was the winning and national spotlight all a tease? Would our Ducks backslide to mediocrity, or continue on their journey to rise to the elite of the college football world?