The scout-team spotlight shines on a player whose father was once recruited by the Ducks -- by a current UO assistant, no less.
With Saturday's game at Colorado looming, the Ducks used their walk-through to address assignment and communication issues.
Oregon is working to simplify things on defense this week, to cut down on allowing explosion plays entering Saturday's game at Colorado.
Week 3 saw many #ProDucks making big plays for their respective teams. In total, 31 Oregon alumni hold spots on 19 NFL rosters.
The Ducks (2-2, 0-1 Pac-12) travel to Boulder to face the Buffaloes (3-1, 0-0) at 7 p.m. PT on ESPN.
The Ducks look to build confidence in practice as they prepare to face a Colorado team riding the high of a three-game win streak.
With the chance to rebound looming Saturday at Colorado (7 p.m., ESPN), the Ducks got to work Monday preparing for that matchup.
Mark Helfrich said Sunday that Oregon needs to make adjustments after losing to Utah, but that "we're not going to go away from what we do."
Moving on from Saturday's loss to Utah will be a group effort, which the Ducks will begin when practice resumes Monday.
Oregon suffered breakdowns in all three phases to fall 62-20 at home to Utah on Saturday evening.
Royce Freeman has scored a TD in all four games this season, hauling in a 13-yard catch in the first quarter.
The scout-team spotlight focuses on a defensive back who stood out in helping the Ducks prepare for Saturday's game against Utah.