Oregon wrapped up its fourth of five weeks of spring practice this morning in the Moshofsky Center, and has a week until the spring game.
As the Ducks grind through the fourth of five weeks of spring practice, quarterback Ty Griffin has proven to be the team's Swiss Army knife.
The Ducks held their second scrimmage of the spring, with some early and late scoring plays broken up by a series of defensive stops.
The third week of spring practice wrapped up for the Ducks and also their new graduate assistant coach, former UO linebacker Kwame Agyeman.
Oregon has an impressive stable of running backs, and Kani Benoit is practicing like a guy who doesn't want to get lost in the shuffle.
Head Coach Mark Helfrich and coaching staff to match donations to lower-income Oregonians bound for college.
Oregon's outside linebackers caused havoc in the backfield during Friday's scrimmage, and that continued during Monday's practice.
The Ducks held their first scrimmage of this year's spring drills, and receiver Bralon Addison was one of the day's major standouts.
Pressed into action during last fall, Tyrell Crosby and Matt Pierson parlayed that experience into veteran status entering the 2015 season.
Some five months remain before the Ducks open the 2015 season, but already they're drilling specific game scenarios in spring practices.
Blocking and tackling fundamentals continue to be a big focus as the Ducks enter week two of spring football practice.
The Ducks were in pads for the first time this spring on Friday, and players responded with a very physical day of work.