- Rob Moseley's preview of fall camp is on the how the Ducks need leaders to emerge before the season begins. While the 2011 Ducks will arguably be more talented than last time they took the field, they will be far more inexperienced. This will be a big test for the sophomores and juniors on the team, and also for the coaching staff.
- Ken Goe's preview is on, what else, all those dreaded distractions. If there's anything we learned over the last two seasons, it's that this should not matter, and if anything will bring the team closer together.
- Pac-12 week at Dr. Saturday went out with a bang. They had previews on USC, UCLA, Washington, Washington State, and Utah. Hinton endede the week by picking Stanford to overcome their talent gap, and win the conference.
- The LA Times had a good article over the weekend on Oregon's "blur offense." After Oregon's success last season after perfecting their speed and tempo, the rest of the Pac-12 will try and keep up a bit better next season. If the Ducks can stay consistent offensively (which was a big reason for the extra output from 2009 to 2010), it will be tough for other teams to keep up, no matter how much time they have to prepare.
- FishDuck.com is continuing to roll out the great content. Keeerrrttt1 has parts two and three up on Jaiya Figueras. Charles Fischer also has a new video up on Oregon's triple option attack, which we should see a lot this year with Kenjon Barner healthy.
- Cal Golden Blogs has their preview of the Oregon-Cal game up. I don't think they are giving enough credit to Oregon's D-line, but then again, not many people are. But their roundtables are always a good time.
Football is here! Time to celebrate. GO DUCKS!