The Ducks have made it to their
bye week improvement week undefeated. Thanks to Ted Miller, we have a healthy dose of quack this morning. Enjoy.
- Ted Miller was blogging at a frenetic pace yesterday. Here's a quick rundown in case you missed any of his posts: first, he posted his power rankings for the conference after week 6. How fun is it to see USC at #9? Miller followed that up with his midseason conference review, which is pretty Oregon-heavy. Miller has a short post on Oregon and Boise State being projected to be the top two schools in the BCS standings if released today. He ends by asking for predictions on what sarcastic responses Chip might have to anyone asking him questions about that. There's also a link to the ESPN Heisman predictor, which has LaMichael James up to #4 after his three-touchdown performance in Pullman. Miller also takes a quick look back at week 6. Miller also submitted a video blog entry on the Pac-10's national relevance this season. Finally, this morning Miller released his individual midseason reports for each school -- here are his thoughts on the Ducks.
- James Day of the Statesmen Journal writes that the Civil War is lining up (again) to be a battle for the Rose Bowl.
- Andy McNamara takes a look out how his predictions for the Washington State game fared (spoiler: not well) and also noted the players of the week as determined by the coaching staff.
- In his weekly look around the conference, Bob Clark notes the struggling L.A. schools. USC (#7) and UCLA (#9) both come in near the bottom of Clark's weekly rankings.
- Curtis Anderson takes a look at what Andrew Wheating's been up to since finishing his collegiate track career. Wheating's plans include to finish up his sociology degree and prepare for the 2012 Olympics in London.
- With the bye week, Moseley takes a break from his football coverage and focuses on the recruiting class that Coach Westhead is looking to sign this year for the women's basketball team. Assuming all of the women sign, Westhead will have added 10 new player specifically recruited to his system for the start of 2011 season.