"The Cuervo Gold. The fine Colombian. Make tonight a wonderful thing."
Feliz Seis de Mayo! Hopefully last night wasn't too wonderful. But if it was, your morning fix should help you through the day:
- The Buffalo News has a nice piece on Jairus Byrd. Bills DC Perry Fewell coached with Byrd's dad, Gil, in St. Louis a few years ago, so apparently Fewell has had his eye on Byrd for some time.
- The Oregonian's John Hunt thinks Oregon fans' expectations are a little unrealistically high heading into 2009, and gives one reason: The Ducks' lack of experience up front. I can't say I disagree with him, but I also can't say I consider myself an optimist either.
- The Oregonian's Bob Rickert offers his post-spring game thoughts and observations. He seems especially pleased with Chip Kelly and some remarks he made recently.
- And finally, your daily motivational video. I'm sure many of you have already seen this, but it took me until last night to stumble onto this video over at OregonGridiron.com. The site, hosted by GoDucks.com, is also where you'll find the Oregon Coaching Staff Blog, which we've cited a number of times. If you haven't seen the video yet, it's definitely worth every minute.
As always, post any links you find out there in the comments