FishDuck.com‘s resident Fool on the Hill, Randy Morse, discusses three reasons why the Ducks will prevail in this Friday’s clash in Levi’s Stadium for all the Pac-12 football marbles.
Note from the Owner: Randy Morse is a writer/editor/publisher who contributes to FishDuck.com every week mixing in his unique lifestyle along with his amusing thoughts. The “Hill” he is reporting from is a mountain near an alpine village in British Columbia where the air is clear…and minus ten degrees the other day! While his location is remote compared to most of us in concentrated metropolitan areas, his heart bleeds green like ours as a passion for our beloved Ducks knows no boundaries! Charles Fischer
Randy Morse (Editor and Writer) is a native Oregonian, a South Eugene High and U of O grad (where he played soccer for the Ducks, waaay back in ’70-‘71). After his doctoral work at the University of Alberta he launched a writing & publishing career – that plus his love of mountaineering has taken him all over the world. An award-winning artist, musician, broadcaster, and author, he’s written 8 books – his writing on media & democracy earned him the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting’s 2014 Dalton Camp Award. He swears he taught LaMarcus Aldridge his patented fade-way jump shot, and is adamant that if he hadn’t left the country (and was a foot taller) he would be the owner of a prosperous chain of fast food outlets and a member of the NBA Hall of Fame by now. If there is a more rabid Ducks fan in the known universe, this would come as a major surprise to Morse’s long-suffering family. He resides in the tiny alpine village of Kaslo, British Columbia.
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