- My favorite look was from SI, who had a video feature on the new facilities, including some interviews with the building designers. With the completion of this building, Oregon once again leaves every other school in the dust. While Alabama, washington, California, and others struggle to keep up with what Oregon used to have, Phil Knight has allowed Oregon to set the bar functionally and aesthetically. Maybe Knight's plan is to bankrupt every other school that tries to keep up?
- The Register-Guard also has another slideshow of their own pictures. I like there is an "Area 51" in the new building.
- For more from Oregon's innovation, ESPN has a video feature on Hydro Graphics, Inc., the Newberg, OR company that is at the forefront of the Chrome helmet business.
- Comcast is expanding their distribution of the Pac-12 Network, so great news for fans in the Midwest.
- Need some actual football talk? Good thing it's preview season. Rob Moseley takes a look at linebackers, probably the Ducks' weakest unit coming into the season. Aaron Fentress also looks at the linebackers, and has his eye on Tyson Coleman, who was very good as a backup last season. Unfortunately, injury kept us from seeing him in the Spring Game. While this is a unit with questions, there's also a good deal of athleticism and talent. I'm excited to see what they can do.
- The Ducks will also see some youth on the defensive line, as the sophomores Arik Armstead, DeForest Buckner and Alex Balducci see more playing time. While they played well given their chances last year, it will be great to see them with a full year under their belts.
- Ted Miller takes a look at the cornerbacks around the conference and declares Oregon in "great shape." Makes sense, as Oregon has the top cornerback duo in the country locking down the outside.
That's all I got. Leave anything else in the comments. GO DUCKS!