Football quack is getting harder and harder to find. Thankfully, here at ATQ, we like to supply quack in all shapes and sizes. Enjoy.
- Ted Miller is wrapping up his spring football coverage. First, he runs down five things we learned over the course of the spring. Second, he posts his post-spring power rankings. And, finally, he has spring superlatives -- a collection of "best-of" moments from throughout the conference.
- Aaron Fentress talks to former Beaver James Dockery and former Duck Brandon Bair about how they are dealing with the NFL lockout and their inability to sign free agent contracts. It sounds like Dockery, Bair and Jeff Maehl are all using the extra time to work out and improve their chances of sticking with an NFL team.
- Ron Bellamy has a preview of "Distance Night in Eugene," which will mark the start of the this year's Prefontaine Classic. Meet director Tom Jordan is already claiming that the talent on hand to compete ( particularly in the 10,000 meter) will be "the best fields ever on American soil, including the Olympic Games."
- Curtis Anderson takes a look at how the men and women's teams are projected to perform in the Pac-10 Track & Field Championships later this week. The women are projected to win a third-straight title by a fairly comfortable margin while the men are projected third in a much tighter race.
- The 20th-ranked men's golf team has earned a four-seed in the NCAA Regional to be held in Florida later this month. The team just missed claiming their first Pac-10 title by rallying late to force a tie with USC before losing the first playoff hole.