There's not a ton out there today. Hopefully we'll have a new coaching hire to announce soon, but today's not that day. Anyway, here's your Wednesday Morning Quack Fix:
- News broke last night that Oregon sophomore forward Drew Wiley has decided to transfer. Wiley, one of only three Oregonians on the Ducks' roster last season, played a mere 45 minutes combined in 18 Pac-10 games. In other news, we still don't have a coach.
- Led by sophomore Daniel Miernicki, the No. 6-ranked Oregon golf team won the U.S. Intercollegiate at Stanford Golf Course yesterday, tying the school record for most wins in a season. It was Miernicki's second individual title this season and the Ducks' third win.
- ESPN.com's Ted Miller weighs in and responds to a jab by colleague and Big Ten blogger Adam Rittenberg in regards to "Signal-gate." Speaking of, the R-G has a bit more on this newfangled signal system. Miller also discovered some interesting numbers from 2009 while verifying if Chip Kelly's claim that Oregon's defense was No. 1 in conference play. It was, by the way.
- Apparently Uncle Phil isn't done yet. The R-G reported yesterday that the University and Mr. Knight are in ongoing discussions to build new offices near Autzen Stadium to house the football program. I wonder if the folks over in academia are still jealous?
- Former Oregon quarterback Kellen Clemens re-signed with the New York Jets yesterday, returning to the team that drafted him for a fifth season. The former second-round pick and Burns native has appeared in 24 career games, including 9 starts.
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