- In news that should surprise nobody, Pac-12 student-athletes are exhausted after spending 50 hours per week on their sport, and dealing with school at the same time. These are the results of a study commissioned by the Pac-12 as part of the reforms proposed last year. While there are 20 hour limits on time spent on sports, the extra time is often due to "voluntary" activities.
- Andrew Grief goes behind the madness of Oregon's practices, and helps us get to know DJ Tyler Osborne, an undergrad assistant who helps the Ducks keep pace.
- Charles Nelson has been getting a lot of praise after his switch to DB, but Oregon WR Dwayne Stanford says Nelson can't cover him. As with most spring news, I have no idea if this is a good or bad thing.
- In more from spring practice, Jeff Lockie is preparing for a summer battle with Vernon Adams.
- Former Oregon LB Derrick Malone is trying to make it to the next level. GoDucks.com has a video feature of his preparations for Oregon's Pro Day.
- The Oregon Acrobatics and Tumbling team is competing at the national championships this weekend. Oregon comes in as the No. 3 seed as they go for their fifth straight title.
Video Of The Day
Here's a time lapse of what you missed out on at the annual surplus sale.