Down South, players don’t get suspended for rape charges or savage beatings, and Urban Meyer wouldn’t discipline a player for ten minutes if he could find a way to keep it out of the media.
Oregon wants to be different, win the right way and send the right message. After a season where maybe the team got too loose and a little self-involved, showed some chinks in both preparation and discipline, Mark Helfrich sent a message with his handling of the snowball fight/stopping traffic/intimidating-a-former-professor incident that involved some Oregon football players (kval.com photo).
Volunteer Position Openings:
- Basketball Writer: Do you know the game and love to think about the upcoming season for our beloved Ducks? Write about them! It's fun doing homework on a winner!
- Assistant Football Analyst: Love college football and enjoy watching it for hours? We need associates to view games and find the techniques/teaching points we identify for them in advance. You will be recognized in publications, and could have the opportunity to move to full Analyst.
- College Football Analyst: We are looking for Coaches, or retired coaches to help create analysis videos (we do the video part) that will be viewed by thousands, and will help young football players as well as fans understand the game much better. The national recognition will help your resume' as well as make an impact upon the game we all dearly love.
- Video Specialist: We are looking for help in the Eugene/Springfield area to assist with the shooting and editing of analysis videos.
- All Positions: Send a resume' with full contact information and any writing samples you have to email@example.com Again, these are volunteer positions donating five hours a week each.