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Quack Fix: Ducks prepare for Pac-10 Track and Field Championships and the baseball team looks to recover from last week

Well, the quack fix looks to be a little a light today.  Good thing there's a football-themed Tako Tuesday to help pass the time.

  • Let's start of the fix with some track and field news: the 2010 Pac-10 Track & Field Championships are this weekend at Cal and Curtis Anderson writes that while both Duck teams are favorites, they won't run away with the titles like last year
  • Moseley continues his positional review with special teams and seems optimistic about both Rob Beard and Jackson Rice heading into the fall.  One thing it doesn't seem we'll need to worry about is the return game with Kenjon Barner looking to be the primary option.    
  • Ted Miller does an end-of-the-spring bowl prediction for the Pac-10.  And, with two BCS bids and eight conference teams earning bids, Ted's right in describing the predictions as "too optimistic" and a "huge long shot." 
  • Despite an 0-4 record last week, Oregon still remains in the top 25 of several polls.  This week, the Ducks look to get a break from the brutal Pac-10 schedule as they take on San Diego at home today before hosting three games against East Tennessee State.  Bob Clark notes that third baseman J.J. Altobelli might miss the game today after a sprained ankle suffered this weekend. 

And, that's about it.  Add any other newsworthy links in the comments.

Go Ducks!