Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Mid-Week Links

It's Wednesday and Kelly has still not started the communication to reinstate LeGarrette Blount. Blount has been working on scout team the last 3 days of practice making many believe that he likely won't be reinstated for this weekend's game vs. the Cardinal. Obviously Oregon's still waiting on some of those "qualifications" to be met before starting the communication... Maybe a midterm grade or another counseling meeting?!? Who knows... I'm sure the Ducks will be fine without him...

Many are worried about a letdown after the big win over USC. Good thing Oregon's aware that would likely ruin the season.

Bleacher Report ranks Autzen Staduim as the #1 most hostile stadium to play in.
Another Bleacher Report ranks the Ducks as the #1 most unique offensive attack in college football.

So what would happen if everyone took a dive and Boise State and Oregon were battling for a national title spot? Here's a good rundown.

Here are some photos from Oregon's huge win over USC.

Frankly, I glad the Ducks are working on those high snaps from center. There have been a lot of plays that could have easily gone a different direction, literally.

Here's Moseley's practice update today.

The WAC hired a PR firm to help promote Boise State getting into a BCS this year. Last year Boise State was held out of a BCS game after running the table.

And my favorite link of the day... Here is who to root for (and against) over the next 5 weeks of the college football season if you're a Duck fan.

Go Ducks!!!

1 comment:

  1. Was checking out your site today in anticipation of going to the Rose Bowl in a few weeks. I couldn’t be more thrilled that Oregon is representing the Pac-Ten in this game. Prior to the season, I mentioned that the Ducks were the team I most wanted to see in the Rose Bowl taking on the Big Ten champion in an interview with the ChicagoNow website (

    A resident of Milwaukee, I set forth on a challenge to visit all 11 BIG TEN schools over 11 weekends this fall. I achieved it without sponsorship and while holding down a full time job. I thought maybe you or your readers would like to see some of the Big Ten cities/stadiums from an average fan’s point of view as personally, I’d love to see what some of the Pac-Ten traditions/venues are like. My website that I’ve been tracking my progress on is

    Either way, I really enjoyed the content on your site. An Oregon student, Josh McCormick will actually be attending the game with me, so I’m sure I’ll get to know many Duck fans in Pasadena.

    Take care,