With March Madness upon us, the quack is a bit sparse today, but here's what we got:
- The University has released details on this year's spring game. It will be held on Saturday, April 30th, at 1pm and will be broadcast on ESPN2. Once again, the entrance admission will be non-perishable food items that will be donated to Food for Lane County. This will be another opportunity for the Ducks to honor the our nation's armed services, and many members of the armed services will take part in the festivities.
- Ted Miller's Pac-10 top 25 countdown is just about done, and LaMichael James comes in at #2. While I would have liked to see James take home the top spot, can't argue with that too much.
- With Oregon's payments to Will Lyles and Baron Flenory in question, Flenory has spoken about the situation, and says that he feels targeted. While those in defense of scouting services has been fairly quiet, Flenory has a pretty strong defense of his work, and is strongly in favor of having mentors in college football. Flenory has not been questioned as much as Will Lyles, but it's good to hear his side of the story.
- Oregon will be hosting Duquense University in the CBI quarterfinals on Monday night, but the Dukes have had quite the trek to get to Eugene.
- Though there was only 4,375 people at the Oregon/Weber St. game on Wednesday, that was still the highest attendance of any CBI game.
- If you missed Oregon's CBI opener, here are some highlights, and comments from Dana Altman and E.J. Singler and Joevan Catron after the game.