Today's fix didn't make it up this morning (it was my fault), but here it is, despite a long delay. Also, if you haven't already, check out our Purdue preview below.
- In Friday's Quack Fix, we included a link to George Schroeder's SI.com interview with new Pac-10 Commissioner Larry Scott. The Oregonian's Ken Goe has an interview with Scott of his own, and Schroeder's Sunday column in the R-G also focused on the Pac-10's new MIC.
- The Oregonian's Bob Rickert is gradually unveiling his own preseason Pac-10 poll through a series of predictions for each Pac-10 team. So far, he's covered Washington State (No. 10), Washington (No. 9), UCLA (No. 8), and Arizona State (No. 7).
- Sporting News' No. 1 prep recruit for 2010, running back Marcus Lattimore of Duncan, SC, has narrowed his list of schools to five, and Oregon is one of them, along with Auburn, North Carolina, Penn State and South Carolina. Lattimore will make an official visit to Eugene on Oct. 31, when the Ducks take on USC. That could make a win over the Trojans that much sweeter. And there's no doubt he'll be seeing Autzen at its absolute best.
- Yesterday, the R-G printed an excerpt of Rob Moseley's new book, "What It Means to Be a Duck: Mike Bellotti and Oregon's Greatest Players." The excerpt was pulled from the chapter "Joey Harrington, Quarterback, 1998-2001," and is Harrington's account, in his own words, of his career at Oregon. Click here to order your copy of Moseley's book.
- Jon Wilner of the Mercury News has his list of the best Pac-10 games of the last decade. Two Oregon games are featured, so before you click through, try and guess which ones. Warning: One of them might make you feel ill.
- And finally, Moseley asks this question: Is the Ducks' offensive line clearly their biggest question mark?
Sorry for the delay on getting today's fix out, but as always, post any comments or links below.