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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Duck Stuff: Wednesday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Tuesday practice report and has game notes for Colorado.

Highlights: On the opening play of the first period, in the tempo drill, Devon Allen got behind the secondary but bobbled a pass from Jeff Lockie, and Glen Ihenacho broke up the play. Nice explosion by Allen to get open, and good competitiveness by Ihenacho to stick with it. With the twos up, Jake Hanson and Tanner Davies got upfield to block for Taj Griffin on a long catch-and-run.

■ Tyson Alger wonders if Charles Nelson and Byron Marshall will travel to Colorado this weekend after they left due to injury last weekend and can the Ducks get their fast tempo up to speed against Colorado.

Mark Helfrich talked to the media yesterday during his weekly press conference.

Justin Wise believes the Ducks will rebound against Colorado.

■ Kenny Jacoby previews the Oregon baseball team as they get closer to fall camp.

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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Duck Stuff: Tuesday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Monday practice report.

...[Jeff] Lockie had a few of today’s best highlights, including a couple of deep passes to Dwayne Stanford while rolling out of the pocket under pressure. Oregon’s quarterback job is “to be determined” this week, after Lockie replaced starter Vernon Adams Jr. in the second half Saturday...

■ Andrew Greif and Ken Goe preview the game against Colorado.

■ Oregon and Washington State will kick off their Oct. 10 game in Autzen Stadium at 3 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.

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Monday, September 28, 2015

Duck Stuff: Monday Edition

Rob Moseley and Andrew Greif talk about Mark Helfrich's weekly teleconference yesterday.

“There’s not wholesale changes necessary, and we’re not going to go away from what we do,” UO coach Mark Helfrich said Sunday. “If you’re in this sport long enough, last night happens. How we react to that is under our control. … When things aren't going great everybody wants to point the finger, but we are definitely an outfit that is going to keep that internal and make the adjustments and go."

Oregon fell out of the AP top twenty five after losing to Utah.

Five things were learned about the loss.

■ Ivan Maisel talks about Oregon's defensive woes.

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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Duck Stuff: Sunday Edition

■ We got steamrolled and that's to put it mildly. I could go on with the adjectives but I'll just let it be what it was, an ass-kicking. Oregon 20 - Utah 62. Going to a long season fans. Here are the stories.

Rob Moseley has the main game story, talks about rebounding and has a post game notebook; John Canzano says the Ducks have lost their identity; Mark Helfrich says the performance is on him; Tyson Alger talks about Oregon's kryptonite; Andrew Greif recaps the game; Cole Elsasser has game photos and ESPN round out the coverage.

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Saturday, September 26, 2015

Duck Stuff: Saturday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Friday practice report.

Scout-team scrimmage highlights: As tends to happen, the defense started well. On the second snap, Dylan Kane nabbed an interception that would have netted a long return in game conditions. Gary Baker and Jake Froehlich followed by stacking up run plays at the line of scrimmage on the next two reps...

Andrew Greif looks at one particular matchup to watch in the game today.

Thomas Boyd has five things to watch for today's game.

■ Jason Fowler has the latest on recruiting.

Dale Newton wonders if the defense will show more improvement it the contest today.

...Disruptive plays like turnovers and sacks are a lifeline for a defense that has athletic ability but lacks consistency. The hope is they’ll continue to improve throughout the year. They’d better. Oregon doesn’t enjoy the huge edge it had over the field in the conference five and six years ago. Victory will turn on smaller margins, execution, focus, attention to detail...

My prediction: Oregon 38 - Utah 24

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Friday, September 25, 2015

Duck Stuff: Friday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Thursday practice report.

Other observations: ...Linebacker Kaulana Apelu has been working with the punt return team recently. He’s also on the kickoff team, a remarkable development for a walk-on who suffered season-ending knee injuries in the first game of both his junior and senior seasons of high school.

■ Tyree Robinson and Canton Kaumatule talked to the media after practice recently.

■ Andrew Greif shares his "what you need to know" thoughts as the Ducks get ready to face Utah.

■ Chantel Jennings takes a look at two of the Pac-12's premier running backs as Utah and Oregon matchup on Saturday.

■ Kenny Jacoby looks at the separate paths Taj and Ty Griffin  took to join the Ducks football team.

■ Former Oregon baseball player Kyle Garlick is finding success in the big league.

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Thursday, September 24, 2015

Duck Stuff: Thursday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Wednesday practice report and Don Pellum talked with the media after practice..

“We know the hardest thing in football is to tackle,” safety Tyree Robinson said. “We have to polish that up as much as we can. If we tackle and get guys on the ground, real physically and not just soft, that will be good. Especially in the secondary, they want to test us because we’re young. If we tackle and finish at the end of a route, we’ll be OK.”

Vernon Adams says his finger is "good" but still doesn't know that status of who will be named the starter for the Ducks.

■ Chantel Jennings believes the wide receivers are living up to expectations and Tyson Alger says the kicking game is firing on all cylinders.

Andrew Greif wonders that the quarterback rotation will look like for the game with Utah.

Dale Newton previews the game against Utah.

■ The Oregon baseball team has landed the 8th best recruiting class for 2015.

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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Duck Stuff: Wednesday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Tuesday practice report and has game notes for the contest this weekend.

Reggie Daniels had an interception in each of the last two team periods, notable for a guy being challenged to make a few more plays in the secondary. … During the first rep of one team period, scout running back J.J. Jones got to the second level, where he was wrapped up by Juwaan Williams.

Mark Helfrich talked to the media after practice about the upcoming game with Utah.

■ Johnny Mundt's improvement at TE has translated into more playing time.

Chantel Jennings wonders if Vernon Adams will start against Utah.

Justin Wise has a sneak peek at the Utah game.

■ QB Travis Jonsen is out for the season it was announced yesterday.

■ Oregon will host BYU in 2022 it was announced yesterday.

■ Dale Newton says there are big questions looming as conference play begins.

Offensively, it’s pretty clear this team needs Vernon Adams to get and stay healthy. In his first start Jeff Lockie completed 74% of his passes, but only five of those went for 15 or more yards. He was ineffective throwing downfield. He lacks the ability to create out of the pocket and doesn’t present the dual-threat ability to keep the defense honest or save a play with his legs.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Duck Stuff: Tuesday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Monday practice report.

After practice, Adams told media he expects his availability to be a game-time decision again this week. “We’ll see how it feels,” he said. “I’m just taking it day by day.” … Adams was long on a couple of deep balls today, but his leadership skills showed no rust. After one 7-on-7 rep he got in Allen’s ear about keeping plays alive; Adams had scrambled out of the “pocket” due to the coverage on the rep, but was still looking to make a play down the field...

Scott Frost talked with the media after practice and says the Ducks haven't named the starting QB to this point for the game against Utah but Tyson Alger says all the signs point to Vernon Adams.

■ Andrew Greif has a sneak peek for the game this weekend and then looks at the numbers between the two teams.

Ken Goe says don't give up the defense just yet.

■ The Colorado game on Oct. 3 will be on ESPN 7:00 pm local time it was announced yesterday.

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Monday, September 21, 2015

Duck Stuff: Monday Edition


Rob Moseley previews the game against Utah.

Mark Helfrich answered questions yesterday in his weekly teleconference.

■ Oregon and Utah will kick off the Pac-12 Conference schedule Saturday at 5:45 p.m. PT in Autzen Stadium. The game will be broadcast on FOX.

Oregon fell one spot to #13 even after beating GA St. handily.

■ Tyson Alger and Andrew Greif talk about the Ducks' split personality this year.

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Sunday, September 20, 2015

Duck Stuff: Sunday Edition

■ Now we know why Vernon Adams is the starter, Lockie is fine as the cleanup/backup QB and did a fair job against Georgia St. but I wouldn't want him as my starter. The game was in hand shortly after kickoff with a pick six and the Ducks rolled to a 61-28 victory. I just have to add that the new " Fighting Duck" logo is on par with #roboduck....just bring back the "O" and the wings. Here are the major stories on the game yesterday, I will get off my soapbox.

Rob Moseley has the game recap, looks at how the defense did, talks about Jeff Lockie's first start and has a postgame notebook; Joel Odom has a video recap of the game; Andrew Greif said the Ducks shook off the cobwebs; Mark Helfrich and Scott Frost talk to the media after the game; Cole Elsasser has game photos and ESPN rounds out the coverage.

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Saturday, September 19, 2015

Duck Stuff: Saturday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Friday practice report and then talks about DeForest Buckner's plan to graduate early.

PracticeUsually snaps are run repeatedly from the 50-yard line, but today the staff switched it up and had the offense start at the 20-yard line, looking to convert red-zone situations. Early on they were successful – Morgan Mahalak ran for a short touchdown and then threw two more...

■ Andrew Greif previews today's game and Georgia St. will get a big payday for coming to Autzen and getting railroaded.

■ Chantel Jennings has 5 things to watch for during the game today.

■ Max Thornberry takes a look at how the season is going so far for the Ducks.

■ My prediction: Oregon 63 - Georgia St. 17

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Friday, September 18, 2015

Duck Stuff: Friday Edition

Rob Moseley has your latest practice report and Mark Helfrich talked to the media after practice.

After a breakout performance last week at Michigan State, Bralon Addison looks to be pushing for a return to the starting lineup this week. He started the opener but came off the bench against the Spartans.

Dwayne Stanford is looking to get more involved in the offense going forward.

Andrew Greif says the Ducks won't hesitate to hand off to Royce Freeman early and often on Saturday.

■ Tyson Alger says the Oregon defense is looking to get into the backfield more often the rest of the season and Justin Wise says the defense is encouraged by their progression after the MSU game.

■ Ugo Amadi and Arrion Springs are looking to shape a new identity in the secondary.

Five things to watch for during the Georgia St. game.

■ Oregon baseball began fall camp yesterday.

■ Dale Newton wonders if Vernon Adams injury will be a huge factor for the rest of the season.

It’s a different year without Marcus Mariota, and this Duck team has to learn how to win and decide how good they want to be.

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Thursday, September 17, 2015

Duck Stuff: Thursday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Wednesday practice report.

Highlights: Arrion Springs was a consistent standout Wednesday, breaking up a pass in the end zone in a 1-on-1 period held in the red zone, then breaking up two more in a span of three reps during 7-on-7. … Jeff Lockie had another really nice day throwing the ball, connecting deep with Byron Marshall and Dwayne Stanford in 7-on-7, and for two touchdowns with Bralon Addison during a red zone period. Lockie also ran for a couple scores in the red zone. … When the offense and defense went head to head, Jimmie Swain and Reggie Daniels teamed up for a tackle for loss on the first rep...

Don Pellum and John Neal talked to the media after practice yesterday.

■ Vernon Adams confirmed he has a broken finger and Ken Goe says it might be a good time to give Jeff Lockie the start so Adams can heal a little quicker.

■ Justin Wise gives you his players and match-ups to watch for the game this weekend.

Mark Flores has the latest on recruiting.

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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Duck Stuff: Wednesday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Tuesday practice report and Georgia St. game notes.

Taj Griffin was another consistent standout this morning. Whether running between the tackles or attacking the edges, on rushes and short passes, he showed off his quickness to find the open field several times.

■ Steve Greatwood and Tony Brooks-James talked to the media after practice.

ESPN among with many other outlets are reporting Vernon Adams has a broken finger. Mark Helfrich said the team is moving forward as planned during his regular Tues. teleconference.

■ Tyson Alger says the team is looking to get back to full speed as they prepare to meet Georgia St.

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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Duck Stuff: Tuesday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Monday practice report and Scott Frost talks with the media after practice.

“I feel bad for Vernon,” UO offensive coordinator Scott Frost said. “We don’t talk about injuries around here, but he wasn’t at his best in that game. That’s not an excuse; you won’t find one game in college football where there isn’t someone that’s partially hurt. But that was a big stage for him to be on and not be full-speed, and I thought he performed pretty well.”

■ Andrew Greif has a sneak peek at Georgia St. and compares at the numbers between the teams.

■ Ken Goe believes Oregon won't have much competition against Georgia St.

■ Bralon Addison was been named the Pac-12 special teams player of the week yesterday.

...Bralon Addison is back. He showed off his wheels, returning a punt 81 yards for a touchdown. He finished the day with four returns for 98 yards. He also added seven receptions for 138 yards, giving him 236 all-purpose yards...

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Monday, September 14, 2015

Duck Stuff: Monday Edition

The Ducks fell six spots to #13 in the latest AP poll and dropped to #2 in the Pac-12 power rankings after to losing to MSU.

ESPN: Give the Ducks credit for going on the road against the No. 5 team in the country and being in position to win on their final possession. They’ll stay nationally relevant and probably earned some measure of respect. I thought long and hard about keeping them at No. 1, but their loss wasn’t without self-inflicted mistakes -- hence the one-position drop. But their narrow loss at Michigan State gives their 1-1 record plenty of credibility.

Mark Helfrich talked to the media last night about the MSU loss and fixing the little things. Podcast is here.

■ Caleb Couturie says not to worry Duck fans, you just have to take it in stride.

Marcus Mariota had a record setting day in his debut for the Titans.

Dale Newton also says there is no reason to push the panic button.

If this team continues to improve and believe in one another, it can still be a very good season. We knew Michigan State would be a tough test going in. There’s no reason to panic or call for anyone’s job.

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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Duck Stuff: Sunday Edition

■ We kind of knew we had an unknown with Vernon Adams and it showed against MSU as Oregon lost 28-31. The Ducks had their chances and kept it close but it wasn't enough. The defense played much better this week which is a good sign for the rest of the season. Back to Autzen next week to take on Georgia St. Here are your game stories.

Rob Moseley has your game summary, talks about the defense, missed chances on offense and has a post game notebook; Andrew Greif looks at the key playmakers; Scott Frost and Vernon Adams talk to the media after the game; John Canzano talks about the reality of not having Marcus Mariota; Jack Heffernan looks at the defensive effort; Cole Elsasser has game photos and ESPN recaps the game.

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Saturday, September 12, 2015

Pre-game post



Nike released this amazing recreation mashup video from the iconic movie shot in and around Eugene, "Animal House." Sure to be used between the third and fourth quarters at Autzen for years to come.

Lee Corso came through again for the Ducks at College Game Day this morning.

Here is a look at the uniforms the Ducks will be wearing later today. Not a huge fan of that Duck, much prefer the wings or just the O.

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Duck Stuff: Saturday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Friday practice report.

Scout-team scrimmage highlights: Morgan Mahalak started well, completing 4-of-5 passes with the only incompletion a drop. He also ran for two decent gains on option keepers. Nothing eye-popping, but a very efficient period for him...

■ Andrew Greif talks about the risk-reward of scheduling home and home matchups like MSU and Oregon did then has game information for today.

■ Kevin Gemmell says Bralon Addison is happy to get his first game back under his belt before playing MSU today.

■ Joel Odom is taking predictions for today's contest with MSU and the "Oregon wins a close one" have the majority of the votes. ( I also think it will be close....Ducks 38 - Sparty 35...

■ Dale Newton wonders if Vernon Adams and the defense will the ready for the game today.

...Kudos to both Oregon and Michigan State for scheduling a high-profile game like this and not backing out of it. A matchup like this not only excites fans, it energizes preparation for both schools throughout the off-season...

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Friday, September 11, 2015

Duck Stuff: Friday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Thursday practice report and Don Pellum talked with the media after the walk through.

Moseley: No highlights to offer from this practice, since the Ducks were walking through the plays and schemes they’ll incorporate in Saturday’s game. … Offensive coordinator Scott Frost liked what he saw from his group right off the bat. “Good job boys, good first period,” he said after the opening few minutes. “Stay that dialed-in.” 

■ Tyson Alger says limiting MSU's Connor Cook will start by stopping their ground game and then has five things to watch for during the game.

Chantel Jennings believes the Oregon will need to keep their "ducks" in a row to beat MSU.

■ Jeff Fogle has a stat preview of the game on Saturday.

■ Rory Davidson previews the upcoming battle with the Spartans.

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Thursday, September 10, 2015

Duck Stuff: Thursday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Wednesday practice report and Don Pellum plus Alex Balducci talk to the media after practice.

Moseley: In the wake of Oregon’s season-opening win over Eastern Washington, in which the Eagles scored 42 points, [DeForest] Buckner said the UO defense needed to be ready to work in practice this week. He appears to be setting the tone personally.

“The past couple days we’ve gotten better,” Buckner said. “Still not where we want it to be as a whole, but we’ve definitely taken steps forward.”

■ Chantel Jennings wonders if the Oregon DB's will be vulnerable to the MSU passing game and then takes a closer look at Royce Freeman.

■ Ken Goe wonders if the Ducks will spoil MSU's planned victory party.

■ Byron Marshall doesn't mind the pressure of the road trip to East Lansing.

■ Mark Flores has the latest on recruiting.

Dale Newton takes a quick look at the game this weekend.

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Wednesday, September 09, 2015

Duck Stuff: Wednesday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Wednesday practice report and has game notes for MSU.

Other highlights: The offense and defense went head to head during the first team period. Among the more entertaining reps featured Austin Maloata driving center Jake Hanson back, flushing Travis Jonsen – who still was able to get off a long throw that Zac Schuller hauled in. … Also during that period, Jake Pisarcik drove a linebacker all the way out of bound...

■ Mark Helfrich and Gary Campbell talked to the media after practice yesterday.

■ Andrew Greif wonders if the return game will be a bright spot for the Ducks this week.

■ Oregon remains at #7 in the latest AP top 25.

■ ESPN has Oregon at #1 in it's latest Pac-12 power ranking, has Kani Benoit on their breakout players list and projects Oregon to be in the CFP.

■ Kenny Jacoby has a sneak peek at the MSU game on Saturday.

■ Charles Fisher analyzes the latest rendition of the Oregon power play.

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Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Duck Stuff: Tuesday Edition



Rob Moseley has your Monday practice report.

After practice, Vernon Adams said the Ducks “are practicing harder – harder and faster,” following the opener. He also pledged to try and protect himself better on run plays, after being knocked out of Saturday’s game. “I’ve just got to take care of myself and know how to get down quicker.” … Nelson told media he plans to play against Michigan State.

Vernon Adams says he will be looking to fine tune his playmaking abilities.

■ Andrew Greif has a sneak peek at the Oregon vs. Michigan St. game.

Vernon Adams and Charles Nelson say they will be ready for the MSU game.

■ Matt Hegarty talks with the media for the first time.

Dale Newton talks about the EWU but says the defense needs some work.

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Monday, September 07, 2015

Duck Stuff: Monday Edition


Mark Helfrich talks about improvements needed, on both sides of the ball, as the team now focuses on Michigan St,

“A bunch of little things turned into big things – we had a defensive lineman spin out of a gap and create a huge hole; that’s not a DB’s fault. It’s everybody focusing on their job, no more, no less.”

Andrew Greif also shared some of the Helfrich talking points from his press conference.

■ John Canzano talks about the win against Eastern Washington on Saturday.

■ David Miller wonders in the fans expectations are unreasonable, unrealistic or the new normal.

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Sunday, September 06, 2015

Duck Stuff: Sunday Edition

■ While the Ducks rolled on offense in the season opener the defense needs to go to work but hey it's a 61-42 win so I'll take it. On to the stories.

■ Rob Moseley has the main story, talks about Vernon Adams debut, defense needing improvement, backfield depth shining, and has a postgame notebookAndrew Greif has his game recap; Tyson Alger liked the effort of Royce Freeman; College Gameday is headed to Michigan St-Oregon game next week; Cole Elsasser has gameday photos and ESPN has the game summary.

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Saturday, September 05, 2015

Duck Stuff: Saturday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Friday practice report.

Scout-team scrimmage highlights: Cornerback Tyler Reid, a local kid from Eugene’s Churchill High, may have been the player of the day. On one of the first reps he sold out with a headlong dive to break up a pass from Travis Jonsen to Chris Tewhill.

■ Andrew Greif previews the game today against Eastern Washington.

■ Chantel Jennings has five things to watch for in the game later today.

■ Max Thornberry believes three Ducks will soar this year who haven't enjoyed much playing time previously.

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Friday, September 04, 2015

Duck Stuff: Friday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Thursday practice report.

Among the true freshmen I’d expect to see play for sure on Saturday are Kirk Merritt, Taj Griffin, Ugo Amadi and Fotu Leiato. There’s some young talent on the D line, too, but a lot of vets in the two-deep. … As usual, the Ducks’ uniforms will be announced each game day shortly before the team takes the field for warmups. Today, there were a lot of yellow cleats being worn, FWIW.

■ Andrew Greif has a nice story on Matt Hegarty's long road to recovery and has a Q&A session with linebacker Johnny Ragin.

■ Steve Summers says LB Christian French wants nothing more than to help the team win games.

Chantel Jennings has five burning questions for the Pac-12 and Vernon Adams is mentioned.

■ Rory Davidson talks about how the Ducks will stop EWU this Saturday.

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Thursday, September 03, 2015

Duck Stuff: Thursday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Wednesday practice report and Don Pellum answered questions the media had after practice.

...Vernon Adams threw two touchdown passes to Evan Baylis, Royce Freeman found the end zone as a rusher and receiver, and Taj Griffin ran for a couple of scores. The scouts won a rep when safety Dylan Kane picked off an Adams pass, just as he did in last week’s scrimmage. … Along with Seisay, Ivan Faulhaber had an interception today. Tui Talia had a sack and teamed with Eddie Heard on a tackle for loss. For the scouts on that side, Travis Jonsen worked the ball to his tight ends effectively, including a nifty shovel pass at one point...

ESPN Pac-12 bloggers have ten bold prediction for this year.

■ Andrew Greif wonders how Vernon Adams will respond against his former team.

■ Tyson Alger talks about Jeff Lockie being the backup to Vernon Adams.

■ Mark Flores has the latest on recruiting.

Dale Newton talks about "filling shoes" of those who have left the program.

Nobody has to fill anybody else’s shoes, no matter how many times the TV commentators say it. They just have to fit into their own, and hit the ground running.

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Wednesday, September 02, 2015

Duck Stuff: Wednesday Edition


Rob Moseley has your Tuesday practice report and Mark Helfrich talks to the media after practice.

“I feel like there’s a different focus, a mindset, from all the players,” sophomore running back Royce Freeman said. “We’re working towards a goal and an opponent, and trying to go out there and deliver our best effort this weekend.”

Andrew Greif says Oregon will be keeping an eye on EWU wide receiver Cooper Kupp.

■ AD Rob Mullens wants to keep the recent success of the football team going and has a plan.

■ Eastern Washington coach says Vernon Adams is an elite QB at any level.

■ Kevin Gemmell says Bralon Addison has something to prove this season.

■ Charles Fisher talks about our "bend-don't break" defense.

Dale Newton says he is glad the wait is over for some real football, not just talk.

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Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Duck Stuff: Tuesday Edition

Rob Moseley has your Monday practice report plus has Saturday game notes and Scott Frost talked with the media after practice.

MoseleyThe opening tempo period of Monday’s practice featured Adams sharply moving the offense down the field; he got help in the form of a blitz pickup by Royce Freeman before zipping a pass to Dwayne Stanford, who held on despite a big hit by Tyree Robinson.

■ Andrew Greif has a sneak peek at the game on Saturday and talks about Vernon Adams knowing the tendencies of EWU.

Tyler Alger believes the Ducks are setting up Vernon Adams for success.

Ken Goe likes the NCAA rule that allows students like Vernon Adams to transfer.

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