Friday, February 22, 2013

Oregon Ducks Gather For Felton Scholarship

Money raised for Cowboy Duck grant



University of Oregon Ducks alumni and fans gathered Saturday at Ketchum’s Whiskey Jacques’ for the 10th annual Ducks in the Snow benefit. Since the event’s inception, more than $100,000 has been raised for the Cowboy Duck scholarship given in memory of Ketchum’s Tyler Felton for a student/player from Idaho to attend the Oregon college. School officials, benefit organizers and alumni having fun here at the Main Street benefit are, from left, Daryl Fauth, Puddles the Duck, Barrett Molter, Patti Felton, Oregon Athletic Director Rob Mullens, football offensive line coach Steve Greatwood and Peter Stearns. Greatwood, 54, was a 1980 Oregon grad who played for four years as a Ducks offensive guard and is now in his 27th season on the Oregon coaching staff. He was National Offensive Line Coach of the Year in 2008




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