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Quack Fix: Ducks prepare for TCU

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  • Oregon's game in the Alamo Bowl against TCU is creeping closer and closer as we are heading in to the holidays. While most of us are spending time with friends and family, the Ducks are preparing for a game that looks to be high scoring. ESPN takes a look at how the Ducks are preparing for their matchup against TCU.
  • Speaking of the Alamo Bowl, the Oregon secondary got some big news Tuesday evening as it is announced that TCU All-American wide receiver Josh Doctson will not play in the bowl game.
  • Taking a quick look over at the baseball side of things, Oregon's starting pitcher Matt Krook has been named a pre-season third-team All-America by Collegiate Baseball. Krook, who is coming off Tommy John surgery, has missed the entire 2015 season. However, before his injury, he was able to put together a 2-1 record with a 1.79 ERA and striking out 61 batters.
  • Lastly, as the Oregon MBB team finds success on the court, they are hoping to build a better foundation.