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Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
 Ted Miller looks at Phil Steele's national rankings of returning offensive lines and says that while Oregon might have lost some starters, don't count them out just yet.

You also may see a repeat of 2009 for the Ducks. Sure, they lack experience up front. But Mark Asper, Carson York and Darrion Weems are a pretty solid returning core, not to mention that Steve Greatwood is one of the best line coaches on the West Coast.

 Rob Moseley reports that former Oregon WR Jordan Kent will he holding a 2 day footbal clinic on July 5-6 at North Eugene H.S.


Registration for the camps is $165, which includes two shirts and refreshments over the course of the two days. They’re open to all players entering ninth through 12 grades and are modeled after the NFL’s offseason “organized team activities,” or OTAs, with no hitting and thus no need for pads.


The current tour offers instruction on offense only, with coaching from two assistants on the Lewis & Clark staff and another from Linfield, along with Kent and former Washington State tight end Zach Tatman.

 Ted Miller looks back at the 2010 ESPNU 150 and has RB Lache Seastrunk in the "worth watching" list.

 Dale Newton has another of his recruiting posts and calls LB Kwon Alexander a franchise player.

ESPN notes that the 2012 BCS games have set tentative dates (except the Rose Bowl) due to the uncertainty of the NFL season.

GO DUCKS!

1 comment:

DDubbs76 said...

I don't think Lache will ever get a chance. By the time LaMichael is gone, I guarantee that DeAnthony is replacing him, leaving Lache as the stepchild to two superstars.