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Quack Fix: Josh Huff's long journey, Ducks continue Bear Raid preparation

Your daily Oregon news and notes. Today we get a great story on Oregon receiver Josh Huff, and Oregon continues their defensive preparations for Jared Goff and the Bear Raid.

I except to see a lot of this on Saturday night.
I except to see a lot of this on Saturday night.
Highlights (from Tuesday's Practice Report)
  • The Ducks were in full pads in the Moshofsky Center as they continue their preparation for Cal.
  • LB Joe Walker caught Moseley's eye on a couple plays in pass defense. While the secondary has been getting the attention, LB play will be key to limiting short passes from becoming big plays against Cal. The LBs have been better in practice, but everyone is stressing that Saturday will be the real test.
  • Josh Huff continues to impress, and Johnny Mundt, Colt Lyerla and Pharaoh Brown all look like they can handle first-team responsibility at tight end.
Blurb Of The Day

The last time Huff was this conflicted, he walked. Walked straight into the office of Scott Frost, his position coach, and broke down.

It was his freshman year, and the Ducks were preparing for their season opener against New Mexico. Huff that morning had learned that his mom had gone missing.

-From Jason Quick's profile on Josh Huff. Stop. Don't complain about the writer, just go read a great piece on someone that has overcome a lot and already accomplished great things.

Video Of the Day

Domininc Artis at the SF Pro-Am