Running a little low on quack with the Olympics and all. So please, if you find quack on the internet, put it in the comments. I honestly couldn't be happier the Olympics are here even though I have to fight off tape delays. Enough, the quack is short enough, let us get to it.
- One former Duck, Chamberlain Oguchi, had a point, two assits, and a rebound in Nigeria's 60-56 win over Tunisia.
- Aaron Fentress does an Oregon Ducks preview of the offensive line.
- John Breech of CBS Sports ranks the PAC-12's top 5 offensive linemen. Carson York comes in number 2 after USC's Khaled Holmes and before Colorado's David Bakhtiari.
- CBS Los Angeles notes how Oregon has successfully recruited Southern California and how those players are having a huge impact on the field.
- Rob Moseley has a preview of the receivers and tight ends. He predicts Rahsaan Vaughn starts opposite of Huff at wide receiver even though Daryle Hawkins has looked really good. Moseley also believes that the receivers will be better than last year, as only two true receivers were in the top 6 in terms of receptions in 2011.
- One of the most popular Ducks in recent memory, LaMichael James, does an interview with SB Nation's Niners Nation. LMJ has partnered with Gatorade for a "Beat the Heat" campaign on educating athletes about hydration.
- Lastly, to make up for the limited quack, I wrote an early outlook on season win totals given to PAC-12 teams. USC, Oregon, Washington, and UCLA have very early futures out.