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Monday, July 16, 2012

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
Joel Gunderson believes the QB decision will have a lasting imprint on the Ducks football program.

This may be Chip’s biggest on-field decision so far as the main man in Eugene. Both men appear ready for the job, mentally and physically.

Let’s just hope the other sticks around to see it play out.

• Rob Moseley details how the football team is practicing this summer and the spirit of competition in everything they do.

In three weeks, the Ducks will open preseason camp, and spend a month preparing themselves to contend with the best the Pac-12 Conference has to offer. Over the previous several weeks, on the other hand, the competition has been in-house, with the UO football team split up into small squads for the summer and pitted against one another in everything from class attendance and weight-room improvements to a three-point shooting contest and hamburger cook-off.

Players say the new twist for the summer months has helped foster team chemistry, and given the Ducks added motivation as they push through conditioning workouts and summer school.


1 comment:

DDubbs76 said...

I like chemistry!