Opponents of the Ducks are used to having to ask themselves who the ball is going to. Now they have to wonder — who isn’t it going to?
Third and long — the ultimate test for a quarterback. The opposition knows the pass is coming. The defensive ends are guaranteed their target is looming with his eyes down the field. Cornerbacks and safeties know the ball will be coming their way soon enough, and this is the perfect …
A brief look at a few players that made waves in Oregon’s spring game on Saturday.
For the Oregon Ducks, there’s always an expectation that they can come back from any deficit they encounter. Their reputation as a second-half team has been earned with come-from-behind victories against Arizona State this season and against Stanford and Tennessee last year.
A few observations and developments that didn’t make it to print.
Despite strong start for Missouri State, Oregon offense proved too much to handle in lopsided loss.