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Friday, August 23, 2013

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
Rob Moseley has the latest from the scrimmage held yesterday to end fall camp and it sounds like Bralon read the complete story. Addison had a good day. Lots of good reading in the report about the young players so be sure to

Addison had been limited by some nagging injuries over the course of camp, as nearly everybody has. But he looked great today; he gets compared often to De'Anthony Thomas because of their all-purpose roles, but he's much more of a slippery, shifty runner, as opposed to Thomas' elite speed.

"I had a lot of fun out there today," Addison said. "I was just excited I got a chance to participate today."

■ Ryan Kostecka takes a look at the Oregon receiving corps compared to the rest of the Pac-12.

■ Jason Quick notes it's time for some decisions regarding the two deep, who redshirts and game planning for Nicholls St.

■ Sam Arney lists the five things he is looking forward to seeing in the first game.

■ Hayden Kim looks at Josh Huff's evolution to a team leader.

■ Ken Goe has a piece on head trauma in college football and the need to ensure the safety of the players.

Dale Newton profiles Avery Patterson and his long road back from an injury late last year.

Teammates marveled at the courage and determination he's shown in his comeback. All-league cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu told Gary Horowitz of the Statesman-Journal,  “He’s looking good. Coming off an injury, he prepared to come back better than anyone I’ve seen.”


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