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Quack Fix: Updating the James Saga; Just A Little Slump?; Duck Ready To Play Ball.

All we wanted was a little quack. Instead I think someone slipped us some of that surplus brown acid from Woodstock. Yesterday felt like a bad trip. Unfortunately, today may not be much brighter.

  • This morning's latest update on the LaMichael James saga by the R-G's Jack Moran. 
  • George Schroeder weighs in on the recent arrest trend among Oregon football players. He says it needs to be addressed. Do you agree? No surprise, Oregonian columnist John Canzano takes a more negative tone in making mostly the same statement. ESPN's Ted Miller recounts exactly what Chip Kelly had to say yesterday, which unstandably, was not a lot.
  • It's hard to argue with EDSBS's assertion that Oregon may have the lead for the not-so-coveted Fulmer Cup.

    So f*** all that we've got to get on with these...
  • Alone at the bottom, Oregon looks to rebound (and hopefully make some shots, a play a little D, avoid turnovers, etc.) with Stanford and Cal coming to town. No TV for tonight's game. The Cal game will be a Joe G. special via CSN-NW. Here's the official release.
  • Ernie Kent characterizes Tajuan Porter's recent shooting as "a little bit of a slump." Note to Ernie - it's big enough that the two of the major papers in Oregon are featuring Tajuan's slump this morning. Here's the R-G's version by Ron Bellamy. And, from The Oregonian's John Hunt.
  • Friday marks the start of the Oregon's baseball season. The Ducks are headed south to face no. 4 Cal State Fullerton. The R-G's Adam Jude caught up with the team's ace and scheduled opening day starter Tyler Anderson.
  • More insight into Oregon's likely lineup to start the baseball season from Jeff Smith of The Oregonian.
  • Jay Jones at Duck Sports News is reporting that Oregon graduate assistant and former Duck standout Peter Sirmon has accepted a similar position at the University of Tennessee. The Vol's new D-coordinator, of course, is former Duck and former Boise State D-coordinator Justin Wilcox.