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Quack Fix: The NCAA makes itself really hard to defend

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You all realize that we have football this weekend? Yes, its fake, contrived, meaningless football, but when you've been deprived this long, you'll take anything. Now, onto the quack:

  • Matt and I had a fun conversation with Dan Rubenstein of the Solid Verbal on Tuesday Night Talks last night. Download that conversation, or any of our other podcasts, HERE. Michael Clay was also a guest on John Canzano's show.
  • It was a rough day for the injury riddled baseball team, as they dropped their third game in a row, 7-1 to Oregon State. Jordan Spencer got hit pretty hard, and the Ducks are short four starters in the field due to injuries.
  • Oregon will be auctioning off player used jerseys, and Mark Asper doesn't like it. Asper makes a great point, and its further proof that the NCAA is a total joke. Players aren't allowed to keep their jerseys, as it somehow is an "extra benefit," but the school can sell them and keep the profits. You stay classy, NCAA.
  • The NFL Draft starts this week, and Oregon should have several players drafted.

I know you all will find more quack out there. Make sure to share.