Another Tuesday, another day light on quack. If you find anything else, make sure to share it in the comments.
- While there is still no word from the NCAA's Committee on Infractions, Aaron Fentress reports that Oregon has spent over $200,000 on the law firm Bond, Schoeneck & King over the last two years.
- The Pac-12 will have a new conference opponent in two of their bowls as the Big-10 signed six-year agreements with both the Holiday and Kraft Fight Hunger Bowls. The new matchups will begin in 2014.
- Over at the Pac-12 blog, Kevin Gemmell gives us a primer on the Ducks' three non-conference opponents. Ted Miller also takes a look the team records of the North Division Pac-12 team over the last three years --- Oregon has more wins than Alabama, Boise State or LSU over the last threes.
- And, you didn't think Dana Altman was done recruiting did you? Rumors are that Ducks are recruiting both Houston's Joseph Young and Kentucky's Kyle Wiltjer, the latter of whom is from Portland and was recruited heavily by Oregon as a prep. Both players would need to sit out next year but would have three years to play two.