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Oregon Ducks updates including comments from Tyrell Robinson about his Oregon commitment, Washington State Linebacker Travis Long, and Volleyball comes home.
That Washington-Stanford game was awesome. What drama, what suspense! I couldn't stop watching because all I could think was "Man, we are going to destroy these guys". Let's not get ahead of ourselves. We don't want to Leach it. Onto the quack.
-- AJ Jacobson of Duck Sports Authority provides an update on Oregon Ducks Football commit, Athlete Tyrell Robinson. The main highlights for him appear to be academics, how the coaches connect with the players and, of course, the style of play. Jacobson also has some quotes from Oregon commit Thomas Tyner's current coach Chris Casey about his physicality.
-- Tomorrow, the football team is in Seattle to play Washington State and if you need to refresh the gameplan for Saturday, we've got you covered. This is the first time Oregon and Wazzu have played each other in Seattle. While it appears on paper that Oregon is going to run away with this thing, it always makes me nervous playing the Cougars. We have a young team and this will be a lot of players' first away game. Let's hope we can put this one away early and get out of dodge.
-- While the Washington State defense has largely been panned by everyone, they do have some impact players that could change the course of the game. One such player is senior linebacker Travis Long who leads the conference with 6 and a half sacks and has 27 tackles. He's been all over the front seven, playing a variety of positions, and expect him to do so again on Saturday.
-- The Oregon Ducks Volleyball Team comes back home ranked #2 in the nation and one of only three unbeaten teams in the nation to take on Utah and Colorado this weekend. You can watch the Utah match at 8pm tonight live on the Pac-12 Network and the Colorado match at 7pm Saturday on Pac-12 Digital.
And finally, now that the referees are back in the NFL, it's time to look back at some mock replacements in other lines of work.