EUGENE — Troy Dye’s willingness to tackle might have finally found a limit: The proposed 9 a.m. PT games in the Pac-12.
To say the Oregon linebacker is not keen on the idea of waking up before the sun rises to play football is a gross understatement.
“If we played at 9 a.m. it would really be a crazy, crazy mess to be honest,” said Dye, Oregon’s leading tackler in each of the last three seasons. “Because you got to think, you got to have your pregame meal at least three to four hours before your game. So if