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Monday, October 14, 2013

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
Ted Miller has a helmet sticker for Marcus Mariota.

Mariota came up big in the Ducks' 45-24 win over Washington, completing 24 of 31 passes for 366 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. He also rushed 13 times for 88 yards and a score.

Oregon remains at #2 in the latest AP Poll.

ZDuckFan takes an early look at the calculations going into the BCS formula and likes where Oregon places.

■ Ken Goe was impressed with Oregon's road victory against the Dawgs.

■ Dale Newton believes the emergence of the downfield passing game makes the 2013 Duck offense one of the most formidable ever.

■ Andrew Greif relays some of the media questions and answers given by Mark Helfrich during yesterday's weekly teleconference.

Jason Quick says tough practices lead to perfection on the field.

John Canzano wonders when Thomas Tyner's role will expand.

■ Duck QB recruit Morgan Mahalak had a big game last week and just keeps putting up big numbers. Story by Dale Newton.

Kevin Gemmell reveals "what we learned in the Pac-12; week 7."

1. There is a clear front-runner: Oregon’s 45-24 win over No. 16 Washington was a clear signal to the league and the country that the Ducks are every bit the national-championship contender we thought they were. Now they have the quality road win against a ranked opponent to back it up. Marcus Mariota is the hands-down Heisman favorite after throwing for 366 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for 88 yards and a score. He has accounted for 25 touchdowns with zero turnovers. Coupled with Stanford’s loss at Utah, the Ducks are the unquestioned front-runner in the Pac-12.



DDubbs76 said...

Yo...request...I would prefer it if, when I click on a link, it opens a page in a new tab instead of redirecting the Wines Family page. Not sure if Blogger let's you manage that, but that's the way I like it :-)

Mike Wines said...

No such setting in Blogger Dave...sorry...suggested workaround, use right click... Pops