While part of the country was still sound asleep, Pac-10 champion Oregon picked up one of the first commitments of the day in Traverse City (MI) offensive tackle Jacob Fisher. A Michigan decommitment following the departure of head coach Rich Rodriguez, Fisher selected the Ducks over Michigan, Michigan State and Florida.

The 6-foot-7, 260 pound tackle will likely redshirt upon arriving in Eugene but has the frame that should allow him to put on some weight and project as a left tackle in the near future. He is the 23rd commitment to Oregon in the class of 2011 but the first to fax in the paperwork.

  1. Paul says:

    Weather “reports” and “forecasts” are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to local news. This is true in most cities in this country/ Why do we need to spend ANY time listening to what the weather was that day, only to be followed my forecast information that is, at best, of marginal interest? Also, why bother telling us stuff like: “Current temperatures are Royal Oak 25, Ferndale 25, Birmingham 25” etc.? What would be news would be Royal Oak 25, Ferndale 70. You get the picture.

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