On Saturday afternoon, with the sun shining down on Autzen Stadium, Oregon football ran its first snap with fans in attendance since November of 2019.
After nearly a year off, Aaron Zavala has helped Oregon baseball surge into the national rankings while tearing the cover off the ball and solidifying his role on the team.
While half of Oregon track and field competed at home in Eugene, the other half traveled to Tucson, Ariz. to take part in the annual West Coast Classic. The one-day meet consisted of distance and throwers at Hayward Field, while the sprinters and jumpers headed to Roy P. Drachman Stadium.
Per a statement released from the Oregon Athletic Department on Saturday, approximately 15% of Autzen Stadium will be filled with fans on May 1 for the annual spring game at 2 p.m.
It was a rally in the valley as in-state rivals Oregon and Oregon State faced off Friday evening at Pape Field. Oregon won 1-0 in overtime over the Beavers.
Heading into the 2021 football season, a slew of positions on both sides of the ball face positional battles and uncertainties. Whether it be the quarterbacks, the defensive backs or several other spots in the starting lineup, the Oregon roster harnesses a plethora of talented players all vy…