FishDuck One-On-One: Oregon WR Damon Griffin (1994-98)

FishDuck One-On-One: Oregon WR Damon Griffin (1994-98)

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Oregon WR Damon Griffin 94-98

Each week FishDuck.com’s Kurt Liedtke (better known as Keeerrrttt1) speaks with current/former student athletes, other FishDuck contributors, and outside experts in a one-on-one conversation–the FishDuck.com One-On-One.

This week Kurt is joined by Damon Griffin, legendary Oregon Ducks wide receiver who spent a few years in the NFL before entering the coaching ranks. Griffin was a graduate assistant coach with Boise State during the infamous 2009 game among other stops, and currently is the founder of myintegritysports.com, a service that helps high school athletes earn athletic collegiate scholarships.


One-On-One: Oregon Ducks WR Damon Griffin (1994-1998)
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  • Cdd377

    Nice interview, Kurt.  It’s cool to get to know the former players a little bit.  Damon is articulate, intelligent and, obviously, a good guy.  I remember watching him back in the day and those highlights bring it all back: what great hands he had to go along with major speed and nifty moves that got him big YAC.