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Friday, May 11, 2012

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
Rob Moseley reports there were some key spring developments around the Pac-12 including a couple that were about Oregon.

A capsule review of Oregon’s spring practices might note the Ducks’ unmatched coaching continuity, compelling quarterback competition and seeming lack of major injury suffered in April.

Ted Miller relays his findings on the ranking of  Pac-12 coaches in The Sporting News rankings of all FBS coaches where you will find Chip Kelly at #6.

Dale Newton @TheDuckStopsHere has no doubts about Kenjon Barner this year.

In his first three seasons Kenjon Barner did things in flurries and bursts, and now he has the opportunity to be the man.

 He has a flair for the game-changing, momentum-igniting play. He always has. This season, he'll have the opportunity to make more of them.

• named Oregon its team of the week after the Ducks went 4-1 on the road last week.


1 comment:

DDubbs76 said...

All good articles...pretty excited about team of the week. Hope about a clutch team playing clutch when it counts!