Monday Cheese: Top Lacrosse Goals, Oregon Ducks 2010

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The Rose Bowl - Ducks vs. Buckeyes
These guys are basically Pro athletes, are they not?

Hope you all a great holiday.

Here’s a nice little highlight video from BHSvideoDad to start your week off right.

Any word from Eugene on how the Oregon Ducks lacrosse team is looking for 2011?

Not in terms of gear (part 1, part 2), but in terms of talent. How are things lookin’?

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MANDATORY READING from 412 Lax

412 Game Day Rules

Vegas on a Weekday

Daddy Warbucks

Concept Cars

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NEWS & NOTES

This post got quite a bit of attention yesterday. What do you guys of lycra helmet covers?

Grove City College is now sponsored by Maverik Lacrosse

– Speaking of, the Maverik Lacrosse Coaches Clinic in Dallas, TX were a big success.

– Mammoth and Knighthawks brave holiday shopping crowds for promotions | Examiner

– Day 2 photos from the 2010 Palm Desert Lacrosse Classic | LaxBuzz

– Rhino Lacrosse held a Turkey Bowl lacrosse tourney last week. And the winners were…

Team Friendship

and

The Ninjas


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