Man, it feels great to be 10-0. As fans, we get an extra week to enjoy it while the team prepares for Arizona.
- Rob Moseley's feature piece focuses on Cliff Harris, who was named the conference's special teams player of the week on Monday after his punt return helped lead Oregon to a 15-13 victory over Cal. Remarkably, this is the third time that Harris has earned conference player of the week honors (twice on special teams, once on defense).
- In Bob Clark's weekly look around the conference, he examines the teams in the Pac-10 that still have a lot of of work to do to become bowl eligible. At this point, it looks like the teams with the best shot to make it to 6-6 and become bowl eligible are Cal and maybe UCLA? Looks like four bowl-eligible conference teams may be the best the Pac-10 can hope for without NCAA help. Ted Miller also offers his thoughts on the subject.
- Ted Miller had his usual flurry of posts yesterday. First, Miller has his conference power rankings and, unsurprisingly, there is a new team at the bottom. He also has a blog entry up that discusses the lower rankings that Oregon is getting from regional voters in the AP poll. Finally, in his "weekly rewind and look ahead" entry, Oregon gets a number of mentions after their narrow victory in Berkeley.
- Matt Hinton has a nice writeup on the Oregon defense moving to the forefront after this weekend.
- Curtis Andersen takes a look at senior volleyball player Heather Meyers and her development and growth as a player and a leader during her time at Oregon. In related news, the volleyball team remains #23 in the latest poll after completing a season sweep of the Beavers.