Yup, that is going to be our undoing. First Thurman, now Glasper....not good at all. If we can somehow keep puting up 40 plus a game we may be able to even out. Sadly I doubt the other Cali schools, or even your Beavs are going to allow that to happen though. The next 2 games will tell us what the Ducks are really all about this year. Sure they can crush at home, but what can they do on the road?
I came home last night and turned on the news and they were talking about a meth bust in Eugene in which a Holiday Bowl ring was discovered at the residence. So, was the ring stolen or traded for drugs? I couldn't find anything about it in the RG.
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A Tuesday arrest of three men involved in a methamphetamine drug deal led to the discovery of a stolen Duck football bowl championship ring in a home of one of the arrested.
The Eugene Police Department seized an ounce of meth, worth more than $3,200, from Mark Lee Fain of Eugene.
According to a police statement released Thursday, “A joint investigation by Springfield and Eugene narcotics detectives revealed that Mark Fain is the leader of a cadre of meth dealers in the Lane County area.”
Following Tuesday’s arrest in West Eugene, detectives searched Fain’s home to find the 2008 Holiday Bowl ring that belongs to Duck running back LaMichael James, along with a collection of handguns and drug-packing materials.
The ring had been reported stolen from James’ car on Patterson Street on Aug. 13, and until now, police had no information on its whereabouts.