• Steve Summers outlines all of the returning skill players for the Ducks this fall.
When fall camp starts next Monday (Aug. 9th) the Oregon Ducks rushing and receiving game will have the most talent it has had in years. The Ducks rushing game was tops in the Pac-10 conference last year and should only improve in 2010.
• One writer at TheUofOSportsDude is having trouble getting to sleep in anticipation of his first game at Autzen Stadium.
You're in for a treat Jonathan.
• Ted Miller and Rob Moseley preview the CB/DB position heading into fall camp.
According to Miller:
Probably not a lot of worry here for the Ducks. Injuries in 2009 earned young players experience, and Oregon did rank third in the Pac-10 in pass efficiency defense. Still, it remains uncertain who will start opposite [Talmadge] Jackson, with the freshmen outplaying the more experienced Cliff Harris and Anthony Gildon during the spring.
According to Moseley:
John Boyett entering his sophomore year as a budding star, and Cliff Harris flashing the potential to be Oregon’s next great shutdown corner. I’ve got those two pegged to start along with steady senior corner Talmadge Jackson III.