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Friday, February 18, 2011

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

 Ted Miller has been doing his "top 25 from 2010" for a couple of days now and Oregon's first entry on his list comes out at #22, CB Cliff Harris. Miller relays Harris' impressive stats for last year but says the reason he ranked him so low was because of his tendency to freelance and getting burned. And you are right Ted, I think he should have been ranked much higher.

 Rob Moseley reports on the departure of red shirt freshman RB Dontae Williams decision to seek a transfer which was approved by Chip Kelly. Evidently this came as a big surprise to everyone close to the program.

 Dennis Dodd has 25 things for spring that runs the gamut of stories from an unhappy Alabama fan poisoning trees at Auburn's Toomer's Corner to Oregon Love.

Ted Miller takes a closer look at the transformation of the Pac-10 into the Pac-12, which doesn't become official until July 1 and then takes a "what to watch" look at each team in the Pac-12 North.

Here is Miller's take on the receiving corp heading into spring practice.

Good to receive: The Ducks top two receivers from 2010, Jeff Maehl and D.J. Davis, are gone. No. 3 receiver, 6-foot-5, Lavasier Tuinei, is back, as is talented sophomore Josh Huff. Justin Hoffman will need a good spring to hold off some youngsters and the incoming recruiting class includes a number of speedy players who figure to crack the depth chart.


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