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@GoDucks: Liz Brenner wins fan vote for SI College Athlete of the Year, but UNC's Loren Shealy takes home 2013 honor http://t.co/3uKzXsSzTC
Wed, 22 May 2013 16:50:48 +0000
@GoDucks: RT @wintheday: Liz has dropped to 2nd in SI College Athlete of the Year. Vote now! http://t.co/poJic24xUj
Wed, 22 May 2013 00:55:27 +0000
@GoDucks: Today's game between @OregonBaseball & OSU in Corvallis was rained out & will not be made up. Teams split reg season series 2-2
Wed, 22 May 2013 00:49:49 +0000
@GoDucks: That's a wrap: Ducks win 2012-13 Civil War series vs. OSU http://t.co/xTpnkfiLXg
Tue, 21 May 2013 22:44:25 +0000
PERSONAL — Born Blair Fields Phillips on March 5, 1984 in Oakland, Calif. Parents: Larry and Natalie Phillips. Family: Two brothers. High School (Coach): Bolton (Brownie Parmley) 2002. Junior College (Coach): Mississippi Gulf Coast (Steve Campbell) 2005. Major: Political Science.
JUNIOR COLLEGE/HIGH SCHOOL — Recorded 109 tackles his sophomore season for a program that posted its first winning ledger (5-4) in five seasons, just missing its first state playoffs berth in 18 years. Also credited with nine passes broken up, six quarterback sacks and one interception for the Bulldogs. The all-state, all-South and pre-season All-America selection served as team captain in 2004 before finishing the year as the school’s defensive MVP. The three-time prep all-district pick was afforded all-state as well as district MVP acclaim as a high school senior.
OREGON — By last season’s end, had progressed as one of the defense’s stalwarts. Yet off-season knee surgery cut into winter conditioning and slowed his improvement during spring drills. Naturally gifted ability elicits excitement from his coaches as feeling persists that he possesses all-league potential when he is able to rely on his instincts and just play the game. Combines outstanding size and speed that allows him to get to the football in a hurry, now only needs to improve his mental understanding of the defense to become a complete defensive standout. Thrives in a physical setting, testing as the program’s fifth-strongest linebacker ever with a 405-lb. bench press. Counted on to work hard during the summer to hasten his decision-making skills and get off to a fast start in the fall. Contributed five tackles and one quarterback sack in the Spring Game.
2005 — Played in no more than 15 plays in two of the first three games before being thrust into the starting lineup at the will linebacker for week five at Stanford. The result was his emergence as Oregon’s seventh-leading tackler after accumulating only three stops through the team’s first four games. Concluded the year with 10 tackles in the regular-season finale vs. Oregon State and nine two weeks earlier vs. California, before finishing with six stops vs. Oklahoma in the post-season. Tallied all nine of his tackles for losses in his final five appearances, including three tackles behind the line of scrimmage against the Beavers. Returned his one-handed- interception nine yards at Arizona State and picked off his second aerial against California.