Thursday, February 13, 2014
Duck Stuff: Morning Mud
■ George Horton talks about the pitching rotation and losing Cole Irvin. Video courtesy of the Daily Emerald.
■ Sophomore Garrett Cleavinger has been named to the watch list for the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Stopper of the Year Award the NCBWA announced.
■ Erik Skopil examines the start of the as Oregon gets ready to take on Hawaii this weekend.
■ Pitcher Matt Krook talks about his decision to play for the Ducks instead of opting for pros.
■ Charles Fisher was pleasantly surprised after being reassured at a recent recruiting luncheon.
■ Dale Newton talks about the biggest challenge facing the Ducks, rebuilding the defense.
Oregon has to get more aggressive. [Don] Pellum says they have to tackle better and improve their fundamentals. The scheme has to be simplified so promising young players can get on the field sooner. They have to execute and avoid costly penalties and lapses in coverage and missed tackles and missed assignments.
Posted by Mike Wines at 4:48 AM