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Friday, April 04, 2014

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
■ Dale Newton takes a closer look at the hard work the football team put in during the off-season.

Oregon’s coaches and players are speaking with a new determination this spring, and it seems to be more than brave spring practice talk, because it’s backed up by some sustained hard work and tangible results.

■ Andrew Greif says the added size helps but expectations will increase as well.

■ Safety Erick Dargan returned to the team after a minor setback and is ready to become a leader.

■ Chantel Jennings says the O-line is hoping to be anonymous just like last year.

■ Tyson Alger says chemistry is just as important for the coaches as the players.

■ Rob Moseley looks ahead to the weekend series with the dawgs when the baseball team travels to Seattle.

“I like the fact our guys got up off the deck and won Sunday (at Stanford), and then found a way to win two games against Gonzaga on the road,” George Horton said. “And now this weekend will test us even more. We'll see what we’re made of.”


1 comment:

DDubbs76 said...

This season is a big one for me in terms of the football team's ability to be a championship program. I would like to get on board with what they're doing.