Zimmerman Trial Brings Out Best In Ducks

Joel Gunderson Editorials

As the George Zimmerman trial came to a merciful end last night, the world took to social media expressing their feelings on the biggest media trial we’ve seen since since O.J.’s glove didn’t fit. It brought out the best in people, it brought out the worst. It brought people together, it pushed people apart and, most importantly, it forced everyone …

History Shows Ducks Can Succeed Without Going to The Bulk Section

Joey Holland Editorials

Today, the college football landscape requires an exceptional amount of athleticism.  Bigger players are now faster and more specialized than they used to be, and size has become a true emphasis in the game. This is proven by the recent success of SEC teams that play host to physical freaks such as Alabama’s D.J. Fluker, a 6-foot-5, 340-pound run-blocker, or …

FishDuck.com Featured in the Washington Post!

Charles Fischer, Mr. FishDuck Editorials

We received an endorsement from an unexpected source today as the sports section of the Washington Post ran a wonderful article by Keith McMillan about learning from our site, FishDuck.com. His article, Zone Read Crash Course is generous in his praise of what we are about at this site. He embedded two videos, and had some quotes that help make …

Surprises A Plenty at NBA Draft

Alex Hausman Editorials

The 2013 NBA Draft was one of many story lines.  It was commissioner David Stern’s last NBA draft as he is set to retire this upcoming February.  The consensus projected number one pick, Nerlens Noel, fell all the way to the New Orleans Pelicans at number 6 only to be traded to the 76ers along with a first round pick in next …

Gardner & Berry on Bowerman Watch List

Mathew Topolewski Editorials

  Here in Eugene Bill Bowerman, his legacy as the University of Oregon’s Track & Field head coach from 1949-72, and his cofounding of global giant NIKE are legendary.  As a tribute to this influential figure, the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA), with the help of now architect and former Oregon track athlete, Tinker Hatfield, designed and created a stunning, …

Ducks Impress in Field Events at John Knight Twilight

Bryan Holt Editorials

Monmouth, OR: The Ducks’ women’s track and field team came into the week ranked second in the nation, looking to continue their success. The team has made quite the impression lately, and on Friday it was the Ducks in the field events who really made an impact. Laura Bobek shined the most with a victory in the women’s discus competition.  The junior Oregonian won with …

Oregon Basketball Analysis: Inside-Out Play Improves Long-Range Shooting

Luke Roth Editorials

FishDuck.com is widening its coverage of Duck sports with some UO mens basketball analysis. The goal is to break down parts of UO Coach Dana Altman’s philosophy as it pertains to the success of the basketball team. I am a retired teacher and basketball coach, and am interested in learning more about what makes Altman’s teams consistently so successful. I …

What Every NFL Fan Should Know about Chip Kelly

Charles Fischer, Mr. FishDuck Editorials

For the fans of Philadelphia—know that I hate this, but there are some important elements to Charles “Chip” Kelly you should know about and his unique offense.  I am taking time from our own bowl coverage to continue our mission at FishDuck.com, and that is inform and help other fellow fans learn about the Chip Kelly Oregon Spread Offense and …