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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
Rob Moseley has your Tuesday practice report and has the Stanford game notes.

Highlights: The tempo drill to start the morning also featured the No. 1 offense getting off to a fast start – though Troy Hill ultimately broke up a pass in the end zone – and then the No. 2 defense swarming the twos on offense, with Mattingly, Torrodney Prevot and Tui Talia pressuring Lockie. … The kickoff return group’s first two reps resulted in long returns for Charles Nelson and Johnathan Loyd. … Buckner and Arik Armstead had tackles for loss during one team period, and teamed up during the next one when Armstead did the dirty work of forcing a runner to cut back inside, where Buckner lowered the boom...

■ Chantel Jennings talks about Royce Freeman and his bid to be the best freshman running back in the country.

■ David Lombardi discusses Oregon and their issues recently against Stanford.

■ John Canzano talked with former Oregon defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti recently regarding our defense and shares his thoughts on Oregon's #5 initial ranking by the college football playoff committee.

■ Charles Fisher takes a closer look at true freshman Charles Nelson.

Dale Newton previews Stanford, says it's time the Ducks lit up Stanford and believes the Oregon needs to go 'full Mariota' on Stanford.


1 comment:

DDubbs76 said...

Number 5 isn't bad, especially given the top 4s remaining schedules. Word. We and's always been that way for Oregon...we just have to win.