Found March 05, 2012 on
NorthWest Sports Beat:
Saturday night Oregon Ducks Wide receiver Josh Huff was cited for drunken driving.
He was busted for being under the influence of intoxicants, for speeding and for driving without a license according to a Eugene police spokesperson.
Huff is a Junior at Oregon. He's 20 and reportedly cooperated with police, and was taken to jail but not booked.
He was released to a friend.
He'll appear in traffic court March 23.
In 2011 for the Ducks he caught 31 passes for 430 yards and had 2 touchdowns
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Via: Oregon starting wide receiver Josh Huff was cited for driving under the influence on Saturday morning, according to a Eugene Police spokeswoman. Huff was pulled over for speeding near campus just after 1 a.m. on Saturday morning, and was given a DUI. He was also cited for driving without a license – the Eugene Police spokeswoman told KEZI-TV that Huff is not a licensed...
Oregon Ducks outfielder Kyle Garlick’s one out RBI single to left field in the bottom of the 13th inning off of Long Beach State Dirtbags (4-6) reliever Jon Maicel scored outfielder Vernell Warren with the winning run to give the Oregon Ducks (9-1) a 3-2 victory Saturday night at PK Park. It was their second walk-off victory in as many nights and their ninth win in a row.
Another day, another walk off victory for the No. 18 ranked Oregon Ducks at PK Park. Catcher Aaron Jones’ RBI single off of Long Beach State reliever Nick Sabo in the bottom of the ninth inning scored pinch runner Vernell Warren to cap an improbable comeback for the Ducks (10-1), giving them an 8-7 victory and a series sweep of the Dirtbags (4-7). It was the Ducks 10th straight victory.
46 point win?!
I guess you could say that the Oregon Ducks ended the regular season on a high note, as they absolutely embarrassed Utah in their season finale routing the Utes 94-48. While the Ducks did not win the Pac 12 this season they finished in 2nd place and it would be a big shock if they were not invited to the Big Dance.
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The penalty phase of the Josh Huff story...
Two news updates on Saturday made yesterday's column a lie or a jinx. The Eugene Register-Guard's Rob Moseley blogged running back Tra Carson is transferring (confirmed by a team source), and in another story Jack Moran of the Guard reported that wide receiver/slot back/running back Josh Huff was arrested for DUII and driving without a license.
Those new wide receivers had...