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Fifth Spot Could Be A Combination

Joevan Catron

The Oregon Ducks are headed into the 2007-08 season feeling very good about themselves. After all they took everyone by surprise last year by winning the Pac-10 Tournament, then making a bold statement by making it to the Elite-8 in the NCAA March Madness. The only drawback this year is that Oregon will be shy one No. 1, Aaron Brooks, who has taken his skills to the NBA.

The biggest question for the Ducks as they head into the upcoming season is who will take over the fifth starting position that was formerly held by Brooks? Three of the four other starters are seniors, Malik Hairston, Bryce Taylor and Maarty Leunen. Sharpshooting sophomore Tajuan Porter is a cinch to be either the shooting guard or point, so that leaves one position to fill. Oregon Head Coach... Recommended Stories

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