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Oregon players reportedly released from hospital after intense team workouts

The three Oregon Ducks football players who were hospitalized earlier this week all are healthy and out of the hospital, according to The Oregonian.Offensive lineman Sam Poutasi and tight end Cam McCormick were released from the hospital Friday. Offensive lineman Doug Brenner was released Tuesday. All three players suffered from “muscle soreness and symptoms of an exercise-related...
Via FOX Sports
January 21, 2017

Oregon suspends strength and conditioning coach Irele Oderinde for one month without pay

Jim Radcliffe will take over on an interim basis. After three Oregon football players were hospitalized following the start of offseason workouts, strength and conditioning coach Irele Oderinde has been suspended for one month without pay. Offensive linemen Doug Brenner and Sam Poutasi and tight end Cam McCormick were all taken to Sacred Heart Medical Center after a series of...
Via Addicted to Quack
January 18, 2017

Furious Oregon players side with coach: It’s sick teammates’ fault

The University of Oregon suspended strength and conditioning coach Irele Oredinde on Tuesday for one month without pay after a report surfaced that three football players were hospitalized following a series of grueling workouts last week, according to The Oregonian. Offensive lineman Doug Brenner was released from the hospital Tuesday evening, while fellow lineman Sam Poutasi...
Via New York Post
January 17, 2017

Report: Oregon suspends strength and conditioning coach Irele Oderinde after ‘grueling’ workouts

The fallout has begun from a bizarre incident at Oregon in which multiple players were hospitalized following offseason workouts. As reported by Kristen Rodgers of KEZI9, Oregon strength and conditioning coach Irele Oderinde has been suspended Tuesday night after offensive linemen Doug Brenner and Sam Poutasi and tight end Cam McCormick were hospitalized following the Monday incident...
Via SEC Country
January 17, 2017

Several Oregon football players hospitalized after strength and conditioning workouts

They’re all listed in fair condition. It’s a new era at the Oregon football program, and unfortunately, that new era hit its first road bump last week. According to a report from The Oregonian, at least three UO football players were hospitalized after a grueling series of strength and conditioning exercises last week, around the time Irele Oderinde was brought over from South...
Via Addicted to Quack
January 17, 2017

Oregon in damage control after new coach’s workouts put 3 in hospital

The Oregon Ducks football team came back from holiday break and got back to work to put a dismal season behind them. At least three players, offensive linemen Doug Brenner and Sam Poutasi and tight end Cam McCormick, remain hospitalized in fair condition after falling ill during some intense workouts last week, according to The...
Via New York Post
January 17, 2017

Report: Intense workouts leave at least three Oregon football players hospitalized

The Oregon Ducks football team came back from holiday break and got back to work to put a dismal season behind them.It appears some of them overdid it.At least three players, offensive linemen Doug Brenner and Sam Poutasi and tight end Cam McCormick, remain hospitalized in fair condition after falling ill during some intense workouts last week, according to The Oregonian. Poutasi...
Via FOX Sports
January 17, 2017

Oregon Ducks Football Players Hospitalized After Series of 'Grueling' Post-Holiday Workouts

Three Oregon Ducks football players—offensive linemen Doug Brenner and Samuel Poutasi and tight end Cam McCormick—were hospitalized after participating in a series of post-holiday strength and conditioning workouts that The Oregonian reported as "grueling." They're currently in fair condition at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at Riverbend, but they've been there since late...
Via Stack
January 17, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Intense workouts leave at least three Oregon football players hospitalized

The Oregon Ducks football team came back from holiday break and got back to work to put a dismal season behind them.It appears some of them overdid it.At least three players, offensive linemen Doug Brenner and Sam Poutasi and tight end Cam McCormick, remain hospitalized in fair condition after falling ill during some intense workouts last week, according to The Oregonian.Poutasi...
Via FOX Sports
January 17, 2017

Three Oregon football players hospitalized after off-season workouts

In alarming news out of Eugene, three Oregon Ducks football players were hospitalized following a series of grueling off-season workouts last week, per Andrew Greif of The Oregonian. The players hospitalized were offensive linemen Doug Brenner and Sam Poutasi and tight end Evan McCormick. Poutasi and McCormick are both redshirt freshmen while Brenner is a redshirt senior. According...
Via Sportsnaut
January 16, 2017  |  Discuss
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