Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Duck Stuff: Morning Mud
■ Mark Helfrich talks about the maturity of Marcus Mariota and then Mariota talks to Kevin Gemmell about the upcoming season and finally Kevin Gemmell talks about Oregon's "under the radar" wide receiver, Josh Huff.
■ Aaron Fentress takes a closer look at Oregon rising star Hamani Stevens.
■ Coaches are settling in at the new Football Operations Center.
■ Dale Newton takes a closer look at incoming freshman Devoe Allen.
■ Jesuit's LB Joey Alferi picked up an offer from the Ducks yesterday.
■ Mark Flores has all the latest on recruiting.
■ It was announced yesterday that the Oregon men's basketball team is going to play Georgetown at Camp Humphreys in South Korea.
■ Brian Flinn explains how Oregon uses tempo to drown a defense.
Great no-huddle offense is more than just a bunch of guys running around on the field. It combines a breakneck pace with planning, practice and execution.
■ Ted Miller previews the defensive line in the Pac-12 and has Oregon in "great shape."
Five of the top six from the 2012 depth chart are back, and that was a very good crew, led by end Taylor Hart. Wade Keliikipi and Ricky Heimuli are veteran 300-pounders, while Arik Armstead, DeForest Buckner and Alex Balducci each saw significant action last year as true freshmen. This unit can go even nine-deep.
Posted by Mike Wines at 4:54 AM