Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Duck Stuff: Morning Mud
• Rob Moseley has your Monday practice update and KVAL provides the video of Darron Thomas after practice.
The next two days would normally be lighter workouts. Thursday is Oregon's normal walk-through day, and Friday is another non-contact day, during the regular season. But the Ducks can treat them more like normal practices right now. Assuming they did less hitting than usual today, they can do more than usual the next two days.
• A.J. Jacobson has a Q&A with Nick Aliotti.
• Ken Goe notes that stability and continuity have led to a winning program for Oregon.
• Rob Moseley continues his "ask-a-Duck" series with fan posed questions for John Boyett.
• Bob Rickert reports that the son of Howie long, OT Kyle Long, has verbally committed to the Ducks.
• Ted Miller wonders if "bowl swag" is better than Santa.
• The Pac-12 Network continues to build as they hired Leon Schweir as its Senior VP of Production and Operations.
• Adam Jude figures the Oregon "D" will be tested against the XXXL Wisconsin "O" line.
Told that Wisconsin’s offensive line is bigger than all but two in the NFL, Oregon sophomore defensive tackle Taylor Hart nodded knowingly.
“That’s what I’ve heard,” he said. “It’s definitely a fun challenge,” Hart said, “and we’re up for it.
Posted by Mike Wines at 4:34 AM