Quack Fix: Oregon picks up two important recruits, Oregon women beat Beavs in Matt Court Opener

It was a great weekend for Oregon athletics, with some big recruitments and a sweep of the Beavs. We got a lot of quack this morning, so make sure to check out after the jump. Let's get to it:

  • Coming into this recruiting season, Oregon football had two great needs, defensive line and wide receiver. Well, the Ducks added to both positions over the weekend. First, they received a commitment from 3-star DE Lake Ko-Kai (heon Saturday. He should fit the Ducks scheme very well, with very good size and speed. He had an impressive offer list, but was impressed by Oregon family atmosphere, and thought he'd have a chance to excel on defense.
  • On Sunday, Oregon received a commitment from 3-star WR B.J. Kelly, who is out of Fresno. According to ESPN's Tom Luginbill, Kelley is a great player that will be able to do a lot with the ball after the catch, and stretch the field as an outside threat. Sounds like the perfect addition to the Oregon offense. Kelley makes this the top WR class in Oregon history, joining 4-star recruits Tacoi Sumler, Davon Blackmon, and Rashaan Vaughn.
  • With wide receiver set for the 2011 recruiting class, the Duck fans continue to pine after some big defensive tackles. Rivals has a couple blurbs on a couple Duck targets, Delvon Simmons and Christian Heyward. If the Ducks could get one or both of these stars, the class jumps from the best in school history, to consensus top 10 class.
  • The Oregon women opened up Matt Court last night to a sell out crowd, and gave them something to cheer about, winning 81-72. The Ducks, who may have been overly amped up by their new home, turned the ball over 22 times. But they also hit 13 (out of 30) three pointers, which held off the Beavers.

Got any other quack, comments, or opinions? Leave it below. GO DUCKS!

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