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Sunday, November 25, 2007

Staying Fresh in Eugene

Today's Ducks post is written by Where's P-Mac resident hardcore Ducks fan/site contributor Andy Sigler. The image above is courtesy of my creative genius.

I would like to briefly point out what an honor it is to contribute to one of the finest internet publications going. It has been a goal of mine, and I would like to personally thank Justin for this incredible opportunity.

The 2007/2008 Ducks are back intact for the most part from last seasons Pac-10 Tournament-winning squad.

Key losses include senior leader Aaron Brooks, who had a breakout season last year which made him a first round pick of the Houston Rockets. Adam Zahn, a forward/center who graduated in June, is the only other non returning player who saw any kind of important minutes last year. Wheres P-Mac’s other favorite son, Chamberlin a.k.a. Champ a.k.a. DatNig Oguchi, decided it would be a brilliant idea to leave a top-tier team for the friendly confines of Illinois State. Even though Champ only had one good month in his entire UO career, he will for some unknown reason be sorely missed. New additions to this year’s team include freshman recruits Kamyron Brown and Drew Viney, freshman walk-ons, Nicholas Fearn and John Elorriaga, and “The Haitian Sensation” looking to turn Eugene into “Dorsainville, U.S.A.”, Franz Dorsainvil. Also, LeKendric Longmire will be on the active roster this year after red shirting his freshman season. Let’s get to the game…

Other notes:
Where's P-Mac Favorite Joevan “Stay Fresh” “I can fuck a bitch better than you, but I’m willing to help” Catron is ready for March Madness early, entering the season with a very fresh playoff beard.

Tajuan Porter had off season surgery on his ear and will no longer be featuring that abnormal growth that we all know and love.

Jordan Kent, former 3-sport standout for the Ducks, and son of famed head coach Ernie, has decided to celebrate not making the Seahawks roster by frequently attending UO games.

Bold Claim of the Year:
Bryce Taylor will challenge Malik Hairston for Pac-10 player of the year.

Pit Crew Pit Stop of the Game: As I took a timeout to hit the restroom, mascot Donald Duck, fresh off probation mascot took my seat. Quite an honor to say the least.