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Thursday, November 03, 2011

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Rob Moseley has your Wednesday practice update and provides the video of DT after practice.

Most of the guys with injury concerns the last few weeks were in pads and looked good to go, includin Thomas, LaMichael James, Ricky Heimuli, Anthony Gildon and Colt Lyerla.

Lindsay Schnell notes that DT is claiming to be 100% as did LMJ did on Tuesday.

Chris Courtney proves three keys to an Oregon victory over the Dawgs.

1. Contain Price and Polk, 2. No first half gaffs and 3. win the turnover battle.

George Schroeder holds little hope for the Ducks returning to the BCS. Figures from George

Ted Miller has a couple of Ducks on his Pac-12 superlative tracker, LMJ and CK.

Lucas Clark figures we haven't seen the last of the specials teams highlights this year.

David Paulson will have a homecoming of sorts when the Ducks visit Seattle.

Keeerrrttt1 looks back at the amazing career of Kenny Wheaton.

A lot of "ifs" here, but if Oregon wins the North division and has the best record compared to the winner of the South, you have until Friday to complete your pre-order application for a Championship Game ticket if you are a season ticket holder.

• Dale Newton wonders which Oregon defense will emerge in November?

For a defense, that's playing right, it becomes an opportunity to assert its will. Washington quarterback Keith Price has been sacked 15 times this year, and his effectiveness will go way down if the front seven can provide some pressure in this game. Without it, Kearse, Aguilar, and capable tight end Austin Sefarian-Jenkins will find too much room downfield. Price has to be disrupted, or the Ducks will have difficulty containing a very effective Washington offense.


1 comment:

DDubbs76 said...

I think George is right though...we're not likely to make it to the championship game. The BCS is already asserting that other one-loss teams from conferences that are ranked higher are worthy of leapfrogging Oregon in the rankings. Hard to overcome that.