Practice highlights (from Oregon's official report):
- Players and coaches are both saying the right things in looking to move on past the second disappointing loss of the season.
- After getting through a series of concussion tests, Marcus Mariota "picked apart" the scout team.
- Byron Marshall was on crutches and in a boot after practice.
Blurb of the day:
They are upset. They are angry. That wasn’t Oregon football on Saturday.
--Scott Frost on the mood of the team.
- Instead of questions about his knee, Mariota is now being asked about his head after the latter took a hit by the knee of an opponent late in the Arizona game.
- Ted Miller previews the upcoming matchups.
- The Ducks picked up a commitment from Portlan-area prep Henry Mondeaux. Check out Noah's post on the latest commitment.
- Edward Cheserek talks about his victory in the 10,000 meters on Saturday, the first Oregon freshman to win a national cross country championship.
- The women's basketball team holds off Pepperdine 83-80, behind a double-double by Jillian Alleyne.
- Softball signs four for 2015.