Practice Makes Perfect: A Sunday report from Cameron Hunt.

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Sunday, September 28, 2014: Morning Practice Report.

Cameron Hunt had his head held high after this morning’s practice. On the way to the locker room, he had time to give us an insight of today’s practice in this special sports news report.

Post practice interview with Cameron Hunt.

Ashley Young

Post practice interview with Cameron Hunt.

“You can see it throughout the practice… You practice like you play. If you have a great week of practice, you’re going to have a great game. Last week we didn’t really have a great week — it wasn’t up to our standard. But today we had a really good practice; I think we got a lot better today. It’s not going to be a slow start again like last year.” Practice makes perfect. We hear this day in and day out. Sure the football atmosphere on a Saturday is a lot different than on any other day of the week. But what football comes down to is ultimately just football. Blocking out all the distractions of crowd noise and cameras comes down to how you play on game day, and it starts with practice.”

Hunt, 78, lined up ready to block against Wyoming.

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Hunt, 78, lined up ready to block against Wyoming.

After an eye-opening, heart pounding week at WSU, the Ducks now look to their next opponent the Arizona Wildcats. I’m sure a lot of fans are trying to forget our last meeting with Arizona, with Ducks losing 16-42. Hunt puts the team’s mindset in a different, more uplifting perspective. “Whenever we go up to WSU or down to Arizona, they always play us tough. We’ve just got to be mentally prepared. If we do our assignments and do our job then they’ll have a tough time beating us.” The Ducks are determined to have a different outcome this Thursday against the Wildcats at Autzen.

Ashley Young
Reporter for CFF Network/FishDuck.com
Eugene, Oregon

Top photo by Steve Francis

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Ashley Young

Ashley Young

Ashley Young is current senior at the University of Oregon and grew up an avid Seattle Seahawks fan, despite all the ups and downs of past seasons. She has made her way to the University of Oregon and now loves watching the Ducks dominate in all sports. In her spare time, she has discovered a passion through the sport of Ultimate Frisbee and is a co-captain for the University of Oregon Women's Ultimate team, last year's national champions. Twitter: @AshleyHopeYoung

  • Rick Cook

    Ashley, in America, scores are always listed with the larger score first (i.e. 42-16), regardless of which team has that score. Just FYI.

    • Badwater

      Not always. It depends on the grammatical/logical construction of the sentence.