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Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud gives you an All Access tour of the Mo Center and shows you how it transforms from a practice facility to a gathering venue for game day.

• Charles breaks down the new "double-power" play that was utilized against the Dawgs. Here is how the article starts:

There are few pleasures in life that are as satisfying as Oregon’s perennial dog-pounding of Washington each fall over the last nine years.  This last game was one of the most enjoyable because so many of the Husky faithful and their coach felt that enough Washington depth had been built to hang with us.

Ted Miller has the Ducks on top of his Pac-12 Power Rankings.

The Ducks rolled over Washington and head into their off week again looking like a national title contender. The visit to Arizona State on Oct. 18 could be tricky, though.

Rob Moseley takes a detailed look at Oregon's next opponent,  Arizona State.

“There’s a lot of things we need to continue to work on,” Kelly said. “We’ll give them a couple of days off in between practices. … There’s a little rest in there, but we still have to get better as a football program.”

Arizona State figures to present the toughest challenge yet for Oregon, and particularly its young quarterback, Marcus Mariota, who showed so much development against the Huskies on Saturday.



DDubbs76 said...

That's a cool video find yo. Word.

DuckStud said...

Glad you liked it Dave :)