QuackSmack: Monday, 12/3/18

Hosts: Alex Castle, Bill Braker and Michael Abbott

6:02 No. 15 Oregon Volleyball Headed to the Sweet Sixteen

  • Take care of business for NMSU, thrilling 5-setter vs. Baylor
  • Vander Weide stepping up when Ducks need her most
  • What the wins mean with No. 2 Minnesota up next

6:18 No. 3 Oregon WBB Remains Undefeated

  • Ionescu’s record-setting performance
  • Ducks remain No. 3 behind UCONN and Notre Dame

6:27 GUEST: Alek Arend (247 Sports)

6:34 Oregon Football Headed to Bay Area for RedBox Bowl

  • Thoughts on the bowl placings for the Ducks and the Pac-12
  • Jim Leavitt’s dream job opens up at Kansas State

6:45 Oregon MBB Unranked After Disastrous Week

  • Offense sputters in loss at Houston
  • Diagnosing the Ducks’ biggest problems
  • Can they right this ship?


AUDIO: Oregon Volleyball Hoping for Extended Minnesota Trip

Fifteen-seeded Oregon Volleyball (22-10) used nine sets last weekend to dispel New Mexico State (3-1) and Baylor (3-2) in the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament in Eugene. Now, the Ducks must head to Minnesota to challenge an excellent Golden Gophers squad. No. 2 Minnesota (27-3) won every set of their first two matches over Bryant and South Carolina by four or more points, and all but two of the team’s set victories on the weekend were by double digits. However, UO’s success against the Gophers earlier this year gives the team hope that this is a match-up built for them. With the Sweet 16 duel coming up Friday, December 7 at 1:30 PM PST, and the Final Four and NCAA Championship also taking place in Minneapolis the following weekend, head coach Matt Ulmer is hoping his team has an extended stay in the Twin Cities area. Listen into thoughts on the weekend from Coach Ulmer, setter August Raskie, and right-side Willow Johnson from Monday morning.

Head Coach Matt Ulmer

Setter August Raskie

Right-Side Hitter Willow Johnson