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- The guys over at FishDuck have been pumping out more great articles. Keeerrrttt's Duck Tales this morning is on the De La Salle five, who committed to Oregon in 2004. Kurt talked with Cameron Colvin, and got his take on recruiting and his time at Oregon. It's a great piece, so check it out. FishDuck himself also had a new piece yesterday recapping the Nevada game, and had some great thoughts on Darron's execution of the zone read.
- Rob Moseley has a practice update, and that pretty much means an injury update. Clay is still in a boot, though Barner and Beard dressed. Josh Huff was not in pads, and is again listed behind Rahsaan Vaughn on the weekly depth chart (warning: PDF).
- Speaking on Vaughn, Lindsay Schnell has a profile on him this morning, and how hard he had to work both on and off the field to get to Oregon. With Oregon's receiving corp not looking so hot this season, it was great to see Vaughn make plays against Nevada.
- Ken Goe has a piece on another Oregon newcomer, Colt Lyerla. He caught his first TD this weekend and has a ton of athletic ability, but is still working on mastering the TE spot. That's a tough job at Oregon, as they move their tight ends around a lot, and they could end up playing anywhere on the field.
- Rob Moseley also has a notebook this morning based on Chip Kelly's weekly press conference (full video after the jump). During this, Chip Kelly address what puzzled many Oregon fans: Oregon's lack of misdirection and motion against LSU. The Tigers disguise their defenses much more than Nevada does, which caused Oregon to audible more frequently than they are used to. With Nevada running defenses based on principles, the Ducks used a lot of motion to spread out the Wolf Pack.
- George Schroeder is really going out on a limb and saying that OSU's typical fast finish might not happen this year.
Got anything else? Leave it in the comments. Chip Kelly's weekly press conference is after the jump. GO DUCKS!