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Thursday, May 13, 2010

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Rob Moseley delves deeper into what the football television exposure that was reported yesterday means for the coffers of the Oregon athletic department.

Ted Miller wonders what effect the Big 10 "super expansion" rumors will have on the Pac-10. He ponders the possibilities from the plausible to the (admittedly) down right ridiculous.

The conference [Pac-10] adds Texas, Texas A&M, Utah, Colorado, Missouri and Nebraska. Commissioner Larry Scott wins Nobel Prize for Kicking Butt at the Negotiating Table, despite Big Ten and SEC opposition.


Projecting how the dominoes ultimately fall on the West Coast, however, continues to be pure speculation at this point.

Jairus Byrd still came in second after a re-vote for the NFL Rookie of The Year award was held yesterday. Even after it was revealed that Houston Texan linebacker Brian Cushing had tested positive in a drug test. The vote was much closer this time, 18-13 vs 39-6, but still, somethings wrong with this picture.

GO DUCKS!

3 comments:

Dave said...

When TJ is laying guys down in twelve years, and Brian is icing his scrote from the surgery to remove his over-roided testicles, I think we'll know who won the battle. I hate cheaters. That's why I could give a rip about baseball...I don't want that happening to football. Quack.

DuckStud said...

Well said Dave...except we are talking about Jairus Byrd here....but same goes for TJ, he will be a force...

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