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Thursday, May 05, 2011

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
 Ted Miller comments on the new TV deal is great news for fans as all the Pac-12 football and basketball games will be on TV and the Pac-12 Digital Network will be something like ESPN3 where games will be available online. Exciting times indeed. Matt Hayes is impressed with commissioner's Larry Scott's first two years after succeeding the ineffective Tom Hansen. lists the benefits for the Oregon program.

 Just a reminder that the inaugural U of O student-athlete talent show, hosted by O Heroes, will be held this Sunday from 4:30-7pm at the McDonald theater in Eugene.

 Ted Miller breaks down the returning ball hawks in the Pac-12. Holding down spots in first and second place are Cliff Harris and John Boyett.

1. Cliff Harris, Jr., CB, Oregon (6 interceptions): Harris just missed getting his seventh interception in the BCS national title game -- it would have been his second of the game -- against Auburn. Harris also led the Pac-10 by breaking up 17 passes, five more than anyone else.

2. John Boyett, Jr., S, Oregon (5): Boyett, whose pick-six was a critical play in the Ducks win at Arizona State, makes a lot of plays in the Ducks secondary as well as bringing some toughness.


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