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Noon kick-off: Oregon has a “Quack Cave”

Post by Ryan Divish on Aug. 9, 2012 at 11:38 am with No Comments »
August 9, 2012 11:58 am

Some noon time links today…

Forgot to post this the other day, but here’s  a really nice story on the kindness of Austin Seferian-Jenkins by Gregg Bell, UW’s director of writing

Mason Kelley of ESPN’s Husky Nation has this video of UW kicker commit Cameron Van Winkle. He also has this nice profile of Lakes receiver Sammie Long

North Division

Cal: Jeff Tedford visited Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and his staff to get some ideas on how better to use his tight ends.

Oregon: Yep, the Ducks have the “Quack Cave.” You have to read this to believe it. Aaron Fentress of the Ducks has the rundown of all stories Oregon.

Oregon State: Lindsay Schnell has this notebook for the Oregonian

Washington State: Linebacker Logan Mayes added 30 pounds to his frame, and he tells Christian Caple how he did it. Things were a little “feisty” in yesterday’s practice.

 

South Division

Arizona: Wide receiver Patrick Onwausor is making the switch from receiver to safety

ASU: Some fumbles led to extra running for the ASU running backs.

Colorado: You know your secondary is young when sophomore Greg Henderson is considered a veteran. Here’s a story on the CU kicker and a video of Jon Embree post practice.

UCLA: The Bruins’ secondary feels ready for the challenges of the pass happy Pac-12. UCLA’s freshmen receivers are catching on quickly. Here’s video of Jim Mora talking post practice

USC: The sweltering heat is bothering Matt Barkley. The search for his back-up continues. De’Von Flournoy is taking the lead for the third receiver spot.

Utah: The Utes are heading into their first scrimmage

 

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