Ugh, another late start for me today. Here's your Tuesday fix:
- The offensive line looks to be a strength this year with the early word out of camp being that the Ducks might expand their rotation beyond the typical seven given the number of guys who look ready to contribute.
- Aaron Fentress has an "update" on the quarterback competition. For those participating in Oregon's practices, the competition might begin to get a little clearer after today as the Ducks will host their first live-hitting sessions with officials on hand.
- Fentress also has a story on Rahsaan Vaughn and Daryle Hawkins, who have positioned themselves as the early leaders to start alongside Josh Huff at receiver.
- ESPN has a video interview with Kenjon Barner discussing how to elude a tackle for a big gain.
- The men's basketball team is taking full advantage of a new NCAA rule allowing coaches to oversee summer workouts on a limited basis. With six new players joining the team, this can only help Dana Altman's third club.
- In the AVCA preseason women's volleyball poll, the Lady Ducks come in at #20, their fourth top-20 preseason selection in the last five years.
- Here are the latest inductees into the University's hall of fame, headlined by Joey Harrington, Chad Cota and Phil Knight. Also included in this year's class are basketball player Hugh Latham, softball player Kim Manning Strahm, and the 1971, 1973 and 1974 men's cross country teams.
Lots of videos after the jump, so don't forget to check them out.