- Yesterday the Ducks revealed this year's iterations of the pink and black uniforms worn to support the Kay Yow Cancer Fund.
- Since yesterday didn't have a normal practice, only a walk through, Rob Moseley wrote about the return of school for the football players. The Ducks haven't had many academic obligations due to Oregon's quarter system. A few younger players have welcomed the return of classes and the structure that they bring.
- Austin Meek writes that Oregon's defensive issues won't be easily hidden. Good thing we have an offense that can pick up the slack, and give the defense some time to come into its own.
- On offense, Thomas Tyner has yet to break out this season. He's been a workhorse early for the Ducks, wearing down defenses. But he's been sooooo close to breaking some long runs, and just hasn't done that yet.
- One huge key to Oregon's offensive success: they don't turn the ball over. While it can't last, the Ducks have only put the ball on the turf twice in 4 games (losing one), and, of course, Marcus doesn't throw interceptions. If the Oregon defense can continue to snag a turnover or two per game, the Ducks will continue to be in great shape.
- Will the offensive line bounce back against Arizona? Hamani Stevens seems to think so, wanting to make up for the "embarassing" performance at WSU.
- Lastly, Andrew Greif takes a closer look at Pharaoh Brown's game-winning TD against WSU.
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