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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
 Rob Moseley has a spring practice review of the offensive line.

The position to watch was obviously center, where [Karrington] Armstrong seemed to have an edge over [Hroniss] Grasu in terms of playing time with the first-string. The decision Steve Greatwood faces will be more nuanced than this, but essentially it boils down to this: Armstrong has a better grasp of the offense, as the more veteran player, while Grasu is more athletic and plays with a more physical style. Whichever one can best address his shortcomings this summer and in fall camp will likely win the job for good.

 Dale Newton has a related article on Hamani Stevens who will return this summer from his Mormon mission. Stevens figures to be in the mix on the depth chart for the center position.

 The Sports Business Journal has a good article on how ESPN and Fox teamed up to win the Pac-12 TV rights and push Comcast to the sidelines.

 Dennis Dodd lets loose has he looks at how the "transparent NCAA enforcement sausage" is made. Great read.

 Dale Newton compares David Paulson and Arnold (Terminator) Schwarzenegger. Fun stuff.


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