"It seems like forever but it really hasn't been that long," Mahalak said. "That's kind of the exciting part to see I've come quite a little ways in just a short amount of time. I'll be here for four or five years, whatever it is, and get to develop a lot. ... The first term was trying to find your feet a little bit and I've kind of found that."
■ Andrew Greif sits down with Bralon Addison for a little Q&A.
■ Jason Selby says even the O-line is fast.
■ Steven Jackson wonders if there will be a post-Heisman slump for the Ducks.
■ Late inning dominance continued last night as Oregon broke it open in the eighth inning and went on to win 11-3 against New Mexico St. at PK Park.
Up Next: The Ducks turn to right-hander Trent Paddon (0-1, 63.00) against New Mexico State left-hander Trey Higginbotham (0-1, 3.00) for Saturday's third game of the series, at 2 p.m.