Emmert: Woodward, who are the worst fans in the Pac 12?
Woodward: That would be hard to say sir. They're each outstanding in their own way...
Emmert: Cut the horseshit son, I've got SBN Legal disciplinary files right here. Who celebrated when their team won the last game in husky stadium before it was torn down? Who rubs the husky's nose in 9 straight years of victories? Every January their blogs are filled with BCS wins and every fall the comments turn green.
Woodward: You're talking about the Ducks, sir.
Emmert: Of course I'm talking about the Ducks, you twerp! This year it's going to be different. This year we're going to grab the Ducks by the bill and kick those punks off their streak.
Woodward: What do you intend to do sir? The Ducks are already on probation.
Emmert: They are?
Woodward: Yes sir.
Emmert: Then as of this moment, they're on DOUBLE SECRET PROBATION!
Woodward: Double secret probation sir?
Emmert: There is a little known by-law in the NCAA handbook, which gives the President unlimited power to preserve order in time of husky emergencies. Find me a way to give the Ducks the death penalty. Your schools are next door, put Sarkisian on it, he's a sneaky little shit just like you, right? The time has come for someone to put his foot down. And that foot is me.
How about a little Quack?
- Looks like Altman is trying to land one more recruit for this year. Adding more depth to the forward position would be great thing considering Altman's system, but it is really looking like the Ducks will be pretty thin in the back court was well.
- Congrats to Cole Irvin on getting selected to try out for the USA Collegiate Baseball Team. Irvin will be joined at USA Baseball’s training camp by Tommy Thorpe, who was named to the 24-man roster in May.
- Finally, the season may not have ended for the men or women's track team the way everyone hoped, but as Ken Goe points out, in Robert Johnson's first season, it appears the Ducks will continue the trajectory of the program Lananna left behind.