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Quack Fix: Ducks deliver strong showing at Oregon Relays

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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports


  • The Oregon track & field team had a big weekend at home, winning eight races during the Oregon Relays at Hayward Field. The Ducks will have a weekend off before going to the Penn Relays and then returning home for the Oregon twilight.
  • It looks like Charles Nelson won't be playing on both sides of the ball this year. Instead, he'll stick with the offense and line up at wide receiver for the Ducks in 2016.
  • 4-star running back Trey Sermon has the Ducks in his top six for 2017, and Oregon is hoping they won't lose out on a talented running back like this year when Vavae Malepeai flipped to USC on National Signing Day.
  • The Oregon baseball team had a successful weekend, completing a three-game sweep over USC with an 8-5 win over the Trojans on Sunday.
  • Tyler Dorsey is taking advantage of a new rule and declaring for the NBA Draft, but won't hire an agent. That allows Dorsey to "test the waters" by participating in the NBA Draft Combine while still being able to return to school before the draft.