While I appreciate the diehard Ducks fan who knows their team / school history, follow fanatically their coaches / players development, they are a rare bird indeed. In my 22 years here on the West Coast the vast, and I mean vast like all but 3, fans that I have had encounters with left me with the impression that they ate paint chips as a kid. Back in the 90's when their team was struggling to hit 9 wins a season, fans acted like they were a juggernaut. These last ~10 years since Bellotti / Kelly, the loons have gotten ridiculous. Here's a hint folks, stop going on & on & on about how unstoppable you are when you're consistently getting stopped.
I like fans that are passionate about their team. I'm very passionate about the Buckeyes. Before the championship game started my wife said "I don't know why you're acting all nervous, you know OSU is going to win." I looked at her sideways and said emphatically "No I do not!" I hoped that the Buckeyes would give a good show an end up on top. I knew if the O and D lines played well the Bucks could wear down the Ducks and control the game. I've seen it go the other way, so I do my best to keep my passion in check and not let it get away from me. At least until the game clock hits zero then it was time to celebrate!
TL;DR, Ducks fans be passionate about your team, just keep it in perspective.