Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Duck Stuff: Morning Mud
• Adam Jude has your Monday practice update and KVAL provides the video of CK after practice.
"We've got a lot of young guys out there contributing and do a great job. ... No matter how old or how young you are, (the key is) that you play hard and give great effort — and that's the one thing those guys have really done," Kelly said. "Week in and week out they play with great effort. I think part of us limiting the big plays ... is because we've got a lot of young running to the football. That's what we do."
• Rob Moseley sets the stage for the WSU game and has all the stats for the two teams.
• Aaron Fentress notes that strong second half performances are a habit with Oregon.
The Ducks unrelenting offensive pace leaves opposing players displaying undeniable body language. Hands on hips. Bent over. Heavy breathing.
"Our guys feed off that, no question," Oregon offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich said.
"We pretty much don't panic at halftime not matter what the score is," defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti said.
• Cliff Harris has been suspended from any football related activities until his latest matter is resolved. He was cited yesterday afternoon in Eugene for driving while suspended, no insurance and failure to wear a seat belt.
• Ted Miller has his power rankings for the Pac-12 listed and you'll find Oregon in the second spot. Ted also liked the defensive effort of Josh Kaddu last Saturday and notes DT made the Davey O'Brien semi-finalist list.
Oregon linebacker Josh Kaddu had 10 tackles -- all solo -- three for a loss, and two sacks in the 45-2 win at Colorado. He was the best player on a defense that pitched a shutout.
Posted by Mike Wines at 4:17 AM