Well, um, actually a pretty nice little Saturday, we're going to go to Home Depot. Yeah, buy some wallpaper, maybe get some flooring, stuff like that. Maybe Bed, Bath, & Beyond, I don't know, I don't know if we'll have enough time.
Onto the Quack:
- Oregon baseball notched their fourth consecutive victory, dispatching Portland, 5-1, at PK Park. Mitchell Tolman's bases clearing double in the bottom of the 7th broke open a tie game, fueling the Ducks to the win. Washington comes to PK Park this weekend. Meanwhile, Baseball America profiles Jimmie Sherfy.
- Louisville Coach Rick Pitino has been dominant in the Sweet 16, as our friends over at CardChronicle have pointed out. We all know that the key for Oregon to keep this game close is to not turn the ball over against the Louisville press, a task much easier said than done. Especially for a team that has turned the ball over 18 times in each of their tournament games.
- Men's golf won the Duck Invitational at Eugene Country Club on Monday.
- The Ducks are shooting almost 48% from three in five post-season games--vs. 33% over the course of the entire season. The number is amazing--and also completely unsustainable.
- Dr. Saturday takes a look at Oregon spring football.
Finally, one of my favorite days of the year, Major League Baseball's opening day, is on Monday. I've watched my team, the Seattle Mariners, finish in last place in seven out of the past ten years. Being a fan of a team that consistently struggles makes me appreciate this Oregon program--which is good at almost everything--that much more.