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Re: 2008 Oregon thread

Postby Metroid » Fri Jan 16, 2009 9:04 pm

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Pretty decent site, eh? ;-)

It is...it's much the same as this one yet different. I don't like that they allow giant pics as sigs, very distracting. I'll get used to it I guess. What's your handle there?
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Re: 2008 Oregon thread

Postby Nfl Fan » Sun Jan 18, 2009 3:33 am

Metroid wrote:
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Pretty decent site, eh? ;-)

It is...it's much the same as this one yet different. I don't like that they allow giant pics as sigs, very distracting. I'll get used to it I guess. What's your handle there?


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They just changed to this format, so everybody had to start over. I have one post, I think. !+)




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Re: 2008 Oregon thread

Postby The Lung » Tue Jan 20, 2009 12:42 am

From: http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/2009/01/senior-bowl-day-1-recap/

SS Patrick Chung struggled playing the center field-type role during 11-on-11 drills. He was turned around a couple times and lacked the range and re-direction skills to make up for a false step. This looks like a trait that will follow him through his NFL career.
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Re: 2008 Oregon thread

Postby Metroid » Tue Jan 20, 2009 9:28 am

The Lung wrote:From: http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/2009/01/senior-bowl-day-1-recap/

SS Patrick Chung struggled playing the center field-type role during 11-on-11 drills. He was turned around a couple times and lacked the range and re-direction skills to make up for a false step. This looks like a trait that will follow him through his NFL career.

I don't remember him having this "trait." :-?
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Re: 2008 Oregon thread

Postby deerayfan072 » Tue Jan 20, 2009 7:16 pm

Many continue to speculate about whether Oregon offensive coordinator/coach-in-waiting Chip Kelly will take over the Ducks for the 2009 season.

Oregon's staff is experiencing some turnover, which is fueling speculation that Ducks coach Mike Bellotti will slide into the athletic director's chair sooner rather than later.

I am told the key indicator will be spring practice: If Bellotti still is coach during spring drills, then he will coach in the fall. So, if Kelly is going to take over in 2009, we should know by March.


http://collegefootball.rivals.com/conte ... CID=902244

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Re: 2008 Oregon thread

Postby Metroid » Wed Jan 21, 2009 11:06 am

deerayfan072 wrote:
Many continue to speculate about whether Oregon offensive coordinator/coach-in-waiting Chip Kelly will take over the Ducks for the 2009 season.

Oregon's staff is experiencing some turnover, which is fueling speculation that Ducks coach Mike Bellotti will slide into the athletic director's chair sooner rather than later.

I am told the key indicator will be spring practice: If Bellotti still is coach during spring drills, then he will coach in the fall. So, if Kelly is going to take over in 2009, we should know by March.


http://collegefootball.rivals.com/conte ... CID=902244

Here you go guys ;-D

I can't say I'd be at all bummed about that, still having Bellotti with the University and having Chip run the show. Kelly will make a fantastic head coach at Oregon. Unlike Bellotti though I can see Kelly jumping ship after some success at Oregon for a better job. Can't I'd blame him, we've been spoiled with Bellotti. :-? ;-D
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Re: 2008 Oregon thread

Postby The Lung » Wed Jan 21, 2009 8:40 pm

From Rotoworld:

RB Jeremiah Johnson – The former Oregon Duck impressed me today. Johnson showed great quickness and explosiveness as a runner. He has good cutback ability and is a player to keep an eye on for next season.
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Re: 2008 Oregon thread

Postby Nfl Fan » Wed Jan 21, 2009 8:46 pm

The Lung wrote:From Rotoworld:

RB Jeremiah Johnson – The former Oregon Duck impressed me today. Johnson showed great quickness and explosiveness as a runner. He has good cutback ability and is a player to keep an eye on for next season.


Sweet. Any clue as to when he should be drafted?
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Re: 2008 Oregon thread

Postby The Lung » Wed Jan 21, 2009 8:59 pm

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The Lung wrote:From Rotoworld:

RB Jeremiah Johnson – The former Oregon Duck impressed me today. Johnson showed great quickness and explosiveness as a runner. He has good cutback ability and is a player to keep an eye on for next season.


Sweet. Any clue as to when he should be drafted?


While Jeremiah Johnson is reportedly the best pure runner on the North team, showing good speed in turning the corner, vision getting through the middle, and displaying good hands out of the backfield, he is viewed mostly as a nice change-of-pace back in the NFL. He's a second day pick for sure, and late in the third round is his likely ceiling.
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Re: 2008 Oregon thread

Postby Nfl Fan » Wed Jan 21, 2009 9:25 pm

The Lung wrote:
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Sweet. Any clue as to when he should be drafted?


While Jeremiah Johnson is reportedly the best pure runner on the North team, showing good speed in turning the corner, vision getting through the middle, and displaying good hands out of the backfield, he is viewed mostly as a nice change-of-pace back in the NFL. He's a second day pick for sure, and late in the third round is his likely ceiling.


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