It's never a dull offseason for Oregon. I'm glad that Cliff is doing his best to keep us from getting complacent. Here's your quack.
- Rob Moseley has the latest on the Cliff Harris saga. In terms of NCAA violations, the Ducks could avoid any major violations, as the employee that rented the car received compensation from Harris and another (unnamed) UO player. Though this situation may be a violation, if the transaction had no monetary value for the UO players, it would be a very minor violation. The UO compliance office is still looking into the issue. If a violation is found, it will be reported to the Pac-12.
- Darron Thomas visted Bristol, CT along with Matt Barkley and spent some time at the ESPN headquarters. He had a segment on First Take, did a podcast with Ivan Maisel, and also spent some time with Erin Andrews for College Football Live. Thomas has been great so far this spring, and he's apparently beefed up in the offseason workouts. It'll be exciting to see what he can do with a full year of experience.
- After leaving Oregon under bizarre circumstances, Michael Dunigan is making the most of his time away from Eugene. He's turned his career around, and now will get a chance to play in the NBA (you know, if there's actually a season next year). Dunigan had concerns over his weight and work ethic, but he's eliminated those worries, and surprised a lot of NBA teams. While he's still not a sure thing, and will hopefully go in the second round.
- Scott McGough and Kellon Moen have officially moved on from Oregon. Both have signed MLB contracts.
- Larry Scott has been quite the success during his short time as . But last years was something special with the Pac-16 almost happening. George Schroeder takes a look back at that saga, and the amazing job that Larry Scott has done, despite that early setback.
Got anything else to share? There are plenty of blowhards saying some ridiculous things about the Harris situation, so sound off in the comments. GO DUCKS!