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- Moseley has a blog piece about the Ducks heading into the second week of voluntary workouts. Of note, LaMichael James reports that he is fully recovered from his shoulder injury.
- John Hunt has his own piece on Bellotti's transition into the athletic director role, as he highlights the differences between Kilkenny and his successor. Hunt also includes some insight from Barry Alvarez who, after becomin Wisconsin's all-time winningest football caoch, became the school's AD in 2004.
- Bruce Feldman runs down the top 10 toughest non-conference football schedules for 2009. Oregon checks in at #5. Feldman judges USC's schedule to be the third toughest, with no other Pac-10 teams making the list.
- Ted Miller continues his "Don't be surprised if..." series by looking at which schools might have coaching changes after next season. His conclusion? All ten coaches will be around for the start of the 2010 season. In another blog entry, Miller discusses the standings from the Director's Cup, in which the Pac-10 again had a strong showing.
- Andria Wenzel has a weekly roundup of Oregon baseball players who are participating in summer baseball. Included is a brief update by second baseman Josh Hogan on his time with the Corvallis Knights of the WCL. Highlights include Antony Kreitz who earned Player of the Week honors for the Hawaiian Collegiate Baseball League.
- With his brilliant collegiate career over, Galen Rupp has gone pro after signing with former Olympic gold medalist Michael Johnson's management company. Good luck to Galen -- hopefully he will continue to see a lot of success as the next level.
- Finally, the Statesmen-Journal has a piece on the end of Dave Frohnmayer's run as the president of the UO, a position he held for 15 years,
Well, that's about it. Please post any comments or other newsworthy links below.