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I hope none of this is true. I am good friends with Embrys parents and Garrett is a good kid. Hopefully it's a mixup. I even like Masoli for the fact hes not your typical hole player. I didnt wanna post it last night till I saw if from a credible source. Here ya go. This could really screw some stuff up for the Ucks this year.

 

http://blog.oregonlive.com/behindducksbeat/2010/01/jeremiah_masoli_garrett_embry.html

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I say give that fratboy a track scholarship!!! Running down a D1 receiver is pretty impressive. Especially when you are drunk!!!

 

 

Now the odd things. Agate st is like 15 blocks from where the frat is. Some reports say they stopped on Agate st, which incidentally runs north-south and the guy states they were running east-west. This report just says they ran towards Agate. Also, if Masoli and Embry had been to the house before, why did the guy say "Wow, Masoli and Embry are in our house right now"?

 

Also, 5 blocks away our starting kicker was getting his face kicked in 20min earlier.

 

http://www2.registerguard.com/cms/index.php/duck-football/comments/uo-football-player-in-hospital-after-beating/

 

 

Now what i think is very possible: Big party everyone is drunk. Someone yells to the party at the frat about the 20+ person brawl down the road. Everyone bolts to check it out. Drunk guys don't lock house, or stragglers left in the house. Pickup a couple computers and a guitar.

 

I imagine the truth is somewhere in between.

 

 

At this point there are no persons of interest, nor have the police named anyone in the police report.

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Here is another update

 

http://www.kmtr.com/news/local/story/Police-Two-UO-football-players-NOT-considered/Tki8BLXyBkilR6c1XCBlmQ.cspx

 

Eugene (KMTR) - Eugene police say two University of Oregon football players are NOT considered suspects in a theft case at a fraternity house.

 

Eugene police told NewsSource 16 Sunday night that Duck quarterback Jeremiah Masoli and wide receiver Garrett Embry were mentioned in a police report on the theft, but they are not considered suspects at this time.

 

According to police, laptop computers were taken from the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house on 14th and Alder early Sunday morning.

 

Police did not offer further details Sunday night. EPD spokesperson Melinda Kletzok would not comment on the case Monday.

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Here is another update

 

http://www.kmtr.com/news/local/story/Police-Two-UO-football-players-NOT-considered/Tki8BLXyBkilR6c1XCBlmQ.cspx

 

Eugene (KMTR) - Eugene police say two University of Oregon football players are NOT considered suspects in a theft case at a fraternity house.

 

Eugene police told NewsSource 16 Sunday night that Duck quarterback Jeremiah Masoli and wide receiver Garrett Embry were mentioned in a police report on the theft, but they are not considered suspects at this time.

 

According to police, laptop computers were taken from the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house on 14th and Alder early Sunday morning.

 

Police did not offer further details Sunday night. EPD spokesperson Melinda Kletzok would not comment on the case Monday.

 

Thats awesome Miles. Good to hear.

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