Tuesday Night Talks was delayed last night, but look out for it tonight, as Dave will chat with SBNation's Bracketology expert, Chris Dobbertean.
- Former Oregon track & field star Ashton Eaton is the lone American competing in the heptahalon at the 2012 World Indoor Championships in Instanbul this weekend, and he's a favorite to pick up his first indoor title. Oh, and he might just beat his world record. But what is probably most important, is that this event will help prepare him for the travel and competition he'll see this summer at the Olympics in London.
- Garrett Sim has been a great surprise for the Ducks this season, and he's gotten to this point by working hard for four years, and not missing a game in the process. This streak has Sim on the verge of setting the Oregon record for consecutive games played.
- The Oregon women's basketball team has had a pretty brutal season. Part of that has been that star guard Nia Jackson has missed significant playing time due to knee injuries and respiratory problems. Jackson has declared she'll play in the Pac-12 tournament today against Washington, which will give the Ducks a small hope of victory.
- AJ Jacobson caught up with George Horton to discuss the Ducks' 10-game winning streak.
- Oregon baseball isn't the only team on the diamond making waves. The softball team jumped to 15th in the rankings this week. Oregon is 13-3 against a very tough schedule, and it will get even tougher once the Ducks enter conference play.
- Now that the combine is over, LaMichael James had a chance to reflect on it, and calls it "That was probably the most mentally and physically tiring thing I've ever had to endure in my life." James impressed at the combine with his agility and quickness, though he'll compete again at the Oregon Pro Day to try and improve on his 40 time and his bench press.
That's all I got. Share anything else you find. GO DUCKS!