I hope that everyone has a wonderful Memorial Day. My heartfelt thanks go out to all of our servicemen and women throughout the world.
It's a quiet day in the sports world, but here are a few Duck links.
- Oregon baseball finished it's first season in 28 years, and well, it didn't end well. The team lost 13 games to finish the season, including yesterday's finale, 5-2.. It was not easy, but was, sadly, expected. With a coach like Horton, however, I'm sure that we will see incredible growth over the next few years. Good luck to the team over the offseason.
- The University of Oregon has applied for a trademark of "Track Town, U.S.A." I'm not quite sure what to make of that, but there you go.
- Lastly, I'm shocked to say this, but I like Canzano's opinion on the Roper transfer. I've seen some pretty insane articles floating around about the recent bout of transfers, which in my opinion, don't mean anything. It's good to hear someone typically antagonistic brush this off. That said, good luck to Justin, Aaron and everyone else who is pursuing their dreams outside of the U of O.
Have a great holiday everyone, and GO DUCKS!