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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Morning Mud: Bonus Video





Gary Campbell and Royce Freeman talk with the media after practice yesterday. Video courtesy of KEZI.

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Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
Rob Moseley has your Monday practice report.

 Pharaoh Brown was very consistent catching the ball today, following up on his four-catch performance against Wyoming. … Mariota and Devon Allen were locked in together for one period of 7-on-7. They connected at least four times that I saw. … As always, Austin Maloata’s reps in pass-rush drills were fun to watch. He got Evan Voeller off-balance at one point and drove him backwards, but Voeller put Maloata to the ground the next time they hooked up, and Doug Brenner pancaked the true freshman D tackle...

Andrew Greif shares a sneak peek at Washington St.

Oregon coaches have learned a few things these last three weeks.

■ Derrick Malone talks about life as a linebacker for the Ducks.

The Oregon baseball team hopes to lure three potential members to the team as they all visited last weekend during the Wyoming game.

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Monday, September 15, 2014

Morning Mud: Bonus Video



■ Damon Griffin talks with Mike Skow about the Wyoming game.

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Duck Stuff: Morning Mud

Morning Mud
Chantel Jennings has a helmet sticker for Marcus Mariota.

The junior compiled quite the stat line in just under three quarters of play in the Ducks' 48-14 victory over Wyoming: Two passing touchdowns and 221 passing yards on 19-of-23 passing plus two rushing touchdowns and 71 rushing yards on five carries.

■ Oregon remains at #2 in this weeks AP poll.

■ Jason Quick talks about what it means to be "Men of Oregon".

■ Oregon remains at #1 in the Pac-12 Power Rankings.

Rob Moseley has all the details of Mark Helfrich's teleconference with reporters yesterday.

■ Ken Goe takes issue with the play where Marcus Mariota dove for a touchdown against Wyoming. (have to agree)

■ Dale Newton believes Oregon will need to tighten up as league play begins next week.

Oregon has always been built to outscore people, and this defense, which has played a lot of people through three games, has the athletic ability to make stops and get turnovers...The linebackers in particular need to make more plays...

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