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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud





Chip Kelly and Rahim Cassell talk with reporters after practice yesterday. Video courtesy of the Oregon Daily Emerald and Rob Moseley of the RG.

Even the head coach for Tennessee Tech admits "it won't be pretty" when it comes to playing Oregon on Saturday.

Tennessee Tech wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers was a freshman at Tennessee in 2010 and Tech assistant coach Tyler Wilson was a special teams player for the Vols when the Ducks went to Knoxville and defeated the Vols 48-13.

"They've seen it firsthand," Watson Brown said, "and everything both of them tell me is it's not a pretty sight."

Dale Newton says  Tennessee Tech will take their beating so just "cut the check" when it comes to the game Saturday.

Oregon is trying to figure out unique ways to get De'Anthony the ball on kickoffs but will settle for taking it on the forty if all else fails.

Jon Wilner has the latest on the Pac-12 Network deal with Dish.

• Rob Moseley reports Oregon has contingency plans when it comes to losing two of their seniors, Boyeet and York.

• Ted Miller has some comments on De'Anthony Thomas in his latest edition of the Pac-12 superalative tracker.

De'Anthony Thomas, RB/WR, Oregon: He's averaging 16.6 yards per rush and has already scored five touchdowns -- three running, two receiving.

GO DUCKS!

1 comment:

DDubbs76 said...

Chip put that guy in his place on the first question. Word.