The phrase refers to the tendency of the 2010 Oregon Duck football team to frequently score quickly without any regard to the feelings of its opponent. Football being a zero-sum game, the Ducks understand that it is important to get theirs early and often. Opponents are left unsatisfied and usually perplexed as the Ducks pretend like nothing is out of the ordinary and seem ready to score again in an alarmingly short amount of time. The largest proponents of this offense are alumni of the University of Oregon, Phil Knight and young men venturing into the world of mature women for the first time.
The USC Trojans were surprised at the severity of the Duck's case of premature equackulation.
by SturdyBird November 13, 2010
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This what Duck fans do every year before the season actually starts.
"we are so awesome and we will be playing for the NC in the title game" only to have it fall down around thier ankles at the end. They are suffering from Premature Equackulation
by Beavermobile August 24, 2010