- We'll start the fix with volleyball, as Oregon swept the Washington schools at home over the weekend, including a straight set win over the #7 Huskies. The wins stop a four match losing streak, and put the team at 7-5 in the Pac-12.
- Women's soccer also had a fairly successful weekend, earning a draw with Washington, then beating #18 Washington State for their first win over a ranked foe in two seasons.
- The new BCS standings came out last night, and Oregon ranks #7, the top one-loss team. While there are plausible scenarios for a return to the BCSNCG, I'm just worried about beating Stanford and winning a Rose Bowl.
- Aaron Fentress notes that Bryan Bennett's first start against Colorado was "good."
- Chip Kellys says no disciplinary action is planned for Cliff Harris' unsportsmanlike conduct penalty to start the game.
- Today starts Washington State weeks, and WSU AD Bill Moos says he wants him home game against either Oregon State or Oregon to be in Seattle every year. This is about connecting with westside alums, but also about filling a bigger venue. What's going to happen is that the place will fill with Oregon fans next season, something our friends at CougCenter are already worried about. If they want to negate their home field advantage, so be it.
- Speaking of Wazzu, QB Jeff Tuel reinjured his collarbone against Oregon State and is questionable for the Oregon game.
- It'll be another big recruiting weekend, with several recruits coming for the Washington State game.
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DeAnthony Thomas on his role: