- DAT has been added to the Paul Hornung, most versatile player of the year award watch list. Given his ability to play in multiple sets and attack from multiple positions, you have to favour him to win the award next year.
- Good lord the Pac 12 OOC schedule is weak. With this many easy OOC games, you have to pick the Pac to come out the valour. I truly questions whether the College Football Playoff is really going to raise the level of OOC games considering most of the teams are just looking for paychecks in these games anyway.
- You can call it a burden, I would call it a blessing. Oregon is quietly turning into a powerhouse of offencive players in the NFL. It is no surprise that high schools are noticing this and choosing Oregon as their destination.
- I am really expecting big things from Marshall next season. I know everyone is going to be keying on DAT and hoping for the moon from Tyner, but Marshall really impressed me late in the year last year and also in the Spring Game. If he progresses at the same rate, expect the dialogue to centre around his role in the offence next year.
- The Ducks picked up a 2014 commit for the basketball team this weekend. Let's hope that EJ Singler isn't giving him advice on flavours of hairbands to use.
- Lastly, here's your Track and Field rundown from Ken Goe. Specifically, it appears that former Ducks Matthew Centrowitz and Jordan Hasay are gearing up and getting ready to compete at top levels soon.
P.S. If we're looking at uniform combinations for next year, I love the grey pants, the green shirts with the carbon fibre helmets. I would love to see that combo next year. Anyway, that's all the quack I got, eh. Leave anymore in the comments below you hoser.