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Sunday, December 20, 2015

Duck Stuff: Sunday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Saturday practice report.

Other highlights: The offense’s best chance to win the clutch drill came from midfield when Adams targeted Dwayne Stanford on a deep ball, but Chris Seisay made a play to break it up. … Darren Carrington had a couple touchdowns during 1-on-1 drills in the red zone, making a one-handed catch just before running out the back of the end zone and later adding a leaping grab in the back corner. The best catch was by Jalen Brown, one of his trademark, seemingly daily leaping one-handed catches, but he came down out of bounds. Defensively, Malik Lovette broke up another ball intended for Brown, and Ty Griffin managed to trip up Pharaoh Brown just shy of the goal line...

■ Andrew Greif talks about Aidan Schneider and his surprise Christmas gift, a scholarship.

■ Oregon's DeForest Buckner was a unanimous pick as the defensive player of the year in the AP's first all-Pac-12 team since 1977.

Ken Goe isn't surprised that college football attendance is declining. One of the major reasons, late start times.



DDubbs76 said...

Late start times, and $100+ tickets!

Mike Wines said...

That too..