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's first year under Alison Silverio has featured steady gains, which have the Ducks in contention for some major accolades this week.
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.
The back end of Oregon's bullpen, primarily Garrett Cleavinger and Stephen Nogosek, has been a consistent force for the Ducks all season.
Oregon's outside linebackers caused havoc in the backfield during Friday's scrimmage, and that continued during Monday's practice.
Oregon's bats came alive Sunday as the Ducks twice rallied to tie the game before beating Oregon State with a run in the eighth to win 10-9.
Oregon softball completed its first series sweep of Arizona State since 1989 by winning 4-3 on Sunday at Howe Field.
Oregon got outstanding relief pitching Saturday but couldn't rally from an early deficit as Oregon State evened this weekend's series.
Oregon showed off both its star power and depth to win both the men's and women's team events against Kentucky and Washington on Saturday.
In his first plate appearance of the year in Pac-12 play, Kyle Kasser worked a two-out, bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the ninth Friday.
Oregon kicked off a three-game series against Arizona State with a 7-0 victory on Friday at Howe Field.