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Quack Fix: More Odd Rankings and a New Commit

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  • ESPN is back at it again with the rankings that don't seem to mean anything. In the Pac-12 "offensive triplets"category (meaning the best quarterback, wide receiver, running back combo) the Ducks' unit ranked number 6. Royce Freeman was the obvious selection at running back while Darren Carrington was at wideout. The quarterback position was probably the reason Oregon was dragged down, as Dakota Prukop and Travis Jonsen are listed together and both provide a few question marks.
  • Moses Robinson-Carr has committed to the Ducks over Oregon State, Tennessee, UCLA and USC. Carr, (6'5'' 240) is a 3-star TE and helped the Ducks at a much-needed position. The recruit admitted the departure of three seniors come year-end factored into his decision.
  • Marcus Chambers is one of many current and former Ducks to compete at the U.S. Olympic Trials at Hayward Field. Chambers will compete in the 400 for a spot in Rio. Competition begins Friday, July 1 and runs through Sunday, July 10.