Oregon Duck Spends Bye Week Roasting Fans Online

by Thad Mitchell

The Oregon Ducks are off to a fantastic start to the 2021 season and will look to keep things rolling.

With a 3-1 record on the young season, the Oregon Ducks have their eyes on making a big-time bowl game this year. Their last outing against the Stanford Cardinal did not go as plan as they lost their first game of the season. It took overtime for the Stanford Cardinal to defeat the Oregon Ducks and a hard-fought contest. Stanford would take the win with a final score of 31-24. Even with the recent loss, the Ducks are still ranked inside the top 10 in college football rating and playoff hopes are still alive. The eighth-ranked Oregon Ducks were not in action over the weekend as they got a bye week to rest and recuperate from their previous game. They will be back in action against the University of California Golden Bears this upcoming Saturday.

Not only did the team get a much-needed bye week, their mascot, affectionately known as “Puddles,” took a Saturday off as well. With no football action and no place to be for the Oregon Duck, he took to social media. On Twitter, the duck told college football fans that they could ask him anything and he would answer. As you might expect, the answers from Puddles the Oregon Duck are hilarious. Puddles spent Saturday afternoon chatting it up with fans and also roasting a few of them.

“Wait…no football?” the Oregon Duck writes in a Saturday afternoon social media post. “Ask me anything”

Questions for the Oregon Duck start off as innocent before things take a hilarious turn.

Oregon Duck Answers Fan’s Questions With a Little Sass

Most of the questions for Puddles are simple ones like this one that asks the Oregon Duck what he wants to be when he grows up.

“If you were an animal, what would be?” a fan asks sarcastically. “I don’t think I’m doing this right.”

Still, the duck has an answer for the fan’s question and it’s exactly what you would expect a mascot named Puddles to say.

“If I was a human, I’d want to be Post Malone,” the Oregon mascot replies.

But later in the chat, the duck gets a little testy when a fan asks him where he likes to hang out.

“What’s your favorite non-sports hangout on campus?” an Oregon fan asks.

“Your girlfriend’s,” the duck replies.

Savage. Straight up Savage here from Puddles the Duck.

Mascots are supposed to be mean and it’s more likely that the Oregon Duck is trying to draw some laughs than rip a fan. Still, this guy will forever be known as the dude who got burned by Puddles the Duck.