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Monday, July 29, 2013

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Marcus Mariota likes living a low key life style.

Bryan Holt had a chance to sit down with Ifo Ekpre-Olumu to talk defense recently.

What sets No. 14 apart from the rest?

“I think it’s my ability to play the ball because of my confidence; when the ball is in the air, I feel like it’s mine to lose and not the other way around,” he said.

■ Aaron Fentress takes a closer look at TE Pharaoh Brown.

■ Dale Newton wonders if 2013 will be Oregon's finest hour.

■ Chris Charbonnier tries to make sense out of the ranking system for college football players.

■ Hroniss Grasu is the "center of attention" for a reason according to Dale Newton.

He typifies the Oregon philosophy for linemen in that he's smart, (3.4 GPA in high school, with a 1770 SAT) strong (485-lb. squat) and athletic (tied for first on the team among linemen in both L-run and shuttle), able to lead block and roam to the second level, agile enough to get out in front of explosive backs like De'Anthony Thomas and Kenjon Barner.


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