Not even a week after being hired, one assistant coach is already being fired


The Willie Taggart era at Oregon has not gotten off to a great or even good start. The strength and conditioning coach is suspended for three kids going to the hospital due to workout related sicknesses. It seems that there's been some more bad behavior as Oregon released this statement in regards to assistant coach David Reaves:

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Reaves was announced as Oregon's tight ends coach on Tuesday and he is already in the process of getting fired. There is absolutely no reason to get a DUI in today's day and age with taxis and Uber available to get him home and now he will be gone before ever coaching a game or even a summer practice.

Reaves followed Taggart from USF and spent time at New Mexico, Tennessee and South Carolina holding several positions relating to the offensive side of the ball.