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Friday, February 24, 2012

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

LaMichael James is determined to make it as pro and I for one believe he will succeed. The Road to the NFL is not an easy path, a lot of hard work goes into it.

Josh White takes a closer look at the seniors as spring practice approaches.

John Canzano has a good story about Chip Kelly bringing in a former NBA player to talk with the Ducks about addiction problems.

Ted Miller previews the Pac-12 North division heading into spring practice. Here is just one of his thoughts on Oregon.

The Ducks must replace two of their three leading receivers in Lavasier Tuinei and tight end David Paulson. Sophomore Colt Lyerla flashed promise backing up Paulson last season, and Josh Huff and Rahsaan Vaughn have potential at receiver. But the big question is whether a trio of touted redshirt freshmen -- Devon Blackmon, B.J. Kelley and Tacoi Sumler -- break through and live up to their recruiting hype. How dangerous might Oregon be with the potential to throw five-receiver sets at defenses?


1 comment:

DDubbs76 said...

Even if two guys step up as threats, I'll feel better. Right now, it seems pretty thin.