Open your window, get a breath of fresh air, and thank God you're not a husky:
- The big news is that former UNLV forward and Portland native Mike Moser will be transferring to Oregon for his senior season, where he will be eligible immediately. Moser wasn't healthy at any point this season, but averaged a double-double and was on the short list for player of the year in his sophomore campaign. Moser should come in and provide an immediate replacement for Arsalan Kazemi.
- Former Oregon CB Cliff Harris was arrested for the third time in nine days, this time for showing up to court two hours late. You never want to give up on somebody, and I still hope that Cliff can get his life together, but the pattern of behavior that we see with him is just sad.
- The Oregon legislature has overhauled the laws regarding agents and college athletes.
- Oregon softball has ascended to No. 2 and No. 3 in the national softball polls, and pitcher Jessica Moore was named the national pitcher of the week. The Ducks have already clinched their first conference title with a series still to play.
- Meanwhile, on the baseball side, freshman Mitchell Tolman was named national hitter of the week.
That's all I've got for today. If you find more, please share.