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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
Byron Marshall will look to rise from a late season swoon in 2013.

Marshall, 5-foot-10, 201 pounds, has been focused on getting stronger this offseason so he can be a more physical runner, as well as working on his lateral quickness. He knows there are no gimmes on the depth chart. Speedy Thomas Tyner, a touted 2013 recruit, rushed for 711 yards -- a school record for a true freshman -- and nine touchdowns last year, matching Marshall's 6.2 yards per carry. While they look like a dynamic backfield duo, Marshall wants to maintain his status as option 1A.

■ Kyle Bonagura has a RB position breakdown for each team in the Pac-12.

■ Ted Miller takes a closer look at the Pac-12 WR's heading into spring practice.

Bralon Addison, who caught 61 passes for 890 yards with seven TDs last season, will step into the void left by Josh Huff. Keanon Lowe is a solid No. 2. Things are wide-open thereafter which makes it a good opportunity for young players to step up.

■ Andrew Greif believes how Oregon practices might hold more answers than the "baloney" NCAA 10 second proposal.

■ Oregon left-handed pitcher Porter Clayton will get the start on Sunday when Oregon baseball takes on Cal State Fullerton and George Horton talks about his former team.

GO DUCKS!

1 comment:

DDubbs76 said...

Oh, man...big games against CSF!