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Saturday, January 08, 2011

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
Rob Moseley notes that although the Oregon OL is smaller than most it is rarely overmatched.

Oregon is thriving thanks to a group of intelligent, hard-working players who created just enough room this season for Darron Thomas, LaMichael James and company to lead the nation in scoring.

Lavasier Tuinei is pain-free and ready to help his team anyway he can on Monday night.

Rob Beard is glad that Jackson Rice is back to be the holder on place kicks. They have been working hard at getting their timing and rhythm fine-tuned.

Nate Costa says that you shouldn't count him out of making an appearance in the title game.

I like the way Cliff Harris answered questions yesterday during the media day and A.J. Jacobson has the transcript.

Ted Miller notes that the Oregon offense is greater than the sum of its parts reports on activities to participate in if you are in the Scottsdale area as well as online broadcasts.

Rob Moseley provides links to all of the stories in the special BCS section of the Register Guard that was included in the paper yesterday. I am definitely saving my copy.

Ken Goe has a nice story on the rapid and unconventional rise of Oregon head coach Chip Kelly.

Kenjon Barner is Oregon's not-so-secret weapon and it will be nice to have him and LaMichael in the backfield.

Oregon's 2011 schedule fell into place yesterday with the addition of a Missouri St. home game on Sept. 17th. Click here for the full schedule.

Dale Newton lists his six keys for an Oregon victory. Solid analysis.

Dom over at Addicted to Quack has posted a very personal story on how "Win the Day" became more than catchphrase to him. Excellent read, don't miss it.


1 comment:

David Wines said...

Time to start reading!