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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
Rob Moseley has your Monday practice report.

Highlights: As was the case Saturday, the defense was in control when the Ducks held their “clutch” period to start practice. Arik Armstead and Tyson Coleman teamed up for a sack on the last play for the ones, and Christian French had a sack with the twos. … Coleman also forced and recovered a fumble during the first full team period. On the offensive field, Royce Freeman took a short pass to the house; cornerback Arrion Springs did a great job of defeating a receiver’s block on the play, chucking him aside, but in the time it took to do so Freeman was by him...

■ Andrew Greif says revenge doesn't motivate the Ducks against Arizona but unforced errors are a different story and then looks at Marcus Mariota when he is on the move.

Tyson Alger wonders if Charles Nelson might be utilized on the defense.

■ Derrick Malone says his passion for football doesn't end at the sound of the whistle.

■ Oregon still remains at the top of the Pac-12 Power Rankings.

Here is everything you need to know about the Thursday night game against Arizona.

■ Caleb Couturie reports Hroniss Grasu is eager to quiet the doubters.

■ The UCLA (Oct. 11) game gets the 12:30 pm time slot against UCLA and will be broadcast by Fox.

■ A pair of five star recruits will be visiting the campus the weekend of the Washington game.


1 comment:

DDubbs76 said...

Ummm...I think revenge could be a motivating factor.