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Sunday, June 30, 2013

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Robby Boydstun watches Oregon QB commit Morgan Mahalak as he works through a few drills at the Elite-11 camp held at the Nike Campus in Beaverton recently.

Victor Flores thinks Oregon's dominance might have prevented Marcus Mariota from being a 2012 Heisman finalist.

The abundance of offensive threats around Mariota also reduced his opportunities to be involved in the offense, especially because Oregon was so run-oriented. Manziel didn't have superstars like Barner or Thomas taking possessions away from him. He was the most involved Aggie player on offense by far. A big reason why Mariota had much fewer passing and rushing attempts was because he wasn't the clear-cut most dangerous player on his team.



DDubbs76 said...

Some of the articles from FishDuck are ridiculously "homerous" if you know what I mean.

Mike Wines said...

I agree Dave...some of the them I wouldn't bother to link but when material is scarce you gotta do what you gotta do...