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Friday, June 28, 2013

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Nice little "pump-up" video for your Friday enjoyment.

Aaron Fentress believes the Ducks will not miss a beat now that the NCAA investigation is behind them.

The only thing for certain is that the Ducks are now free to flex their wings without having an NCAA investigation rear its ugly head from time to time.

Then again, there's no evidence that it ever adversely impacted the players on the field.

■ John Canzano has a good piece on Rob Mullens taking a stand for what's right.

■ Sam Arney starts counting down his 2013 breakout players for the football team with ten through six.

■ eDuck notes that Oregon continues their lofty results in the Learfield Sports Directors' Cup.

■ For the second time in her career, Jordan Hasay has been named the Capital One Academic All-American® of the Year for Division I Women’s track and field and cross country.

Hasay, a senior middle distance runner with a 3.87 G.P.A. majoring in business administration, was also named as the Capital One Academic All-America® of the Year in 2011. In 2011, she became the first person in the history of the Academic All-America® program to win the national honor as a sophomore.

A native of Arroyo Grande, Cal., she is the most decorated runner in school history with 18 combined All-America awards, two national titles and four Pac-12 championships.


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