Jayne Kamin-Oncea-US PRESSWIRE
Football may only have a bowl game left, but we still got your quack. Volleyball starts postseason play tomorrow and basketball plays tonight.
- Oregon Volleyball opens up postseason play tomorrow, and when they do, they'll be relying on their star, Alaina Bergsma. She's the first Duck to win conference player of the year honors, but she's quick to give credit to her team, saying "this is the best team I’ve ever played on."
- We hear it every single year, Oregon recruiting is looking to finish strong. They only have 10 commitments now (less than the last few years), and the coaches are now on the road assessing where they stand. However, it doesn't seem like the Ducks are concerned about the limited number of commitments, they aren't extending more offers.
- Kenjon Barner is picking up the honors. First he was named an AFCA All-American Team. Then he was named a finalist for both the Walter Camp Award and the Doak Walker award.
- Basketball season is picking up, and the Ducks are surpassing expectations so far. Adam Jude has a brief preview of tonight's game. Side note, I'm really happy for the Pac-12 Network. While distribution is frustrating, at least these games are getting distributed on something other than GoDucks.com.
- Bob Clark has a piece on Tony Woods. He's only played 16 minutes the last couple games. Altman wants to get Woods more involved, and that will be key to a successful season.
- I think we have a slogan for the 2012 college football season. While some may think of Johnny Manziel or Notre Dame, what will really stand the test of time, "At least we aren't Auburn."
- Lastly, if you want some optimistic thoughts on Chip Kelly, Bob Rickert says that Chip Kelly isn't going anywhere. Over at Autzen Zoo there is a piece explaining why Chip Kelly should stay.
Leave anything else in the comments. GO DUCKS!