Spring Game Photo Blog
Friday, May 7, 1:45 p.m. PDT
Fans inside Autzen weren't the only ones enjoying the day.
Food For Lane County took in a record haul of 45,700 pounds of food.
The color guard got the festivities underway.
The family of fallen soldier Joshua Lengstorf of Roseburg watched the game from the head coach's suite.
Mana Greig geared up in the coolest spring game jerseys in the land.
Supporting the troops wasn't limited to Oregon football players.
True freshman Terrance Mitchell wasted little time introducing himself to Duck fans, returning an interception 46 yards for the game's opening score.
Winning coach Ahmad Rashad pointed out after the game that Bobby Moore (1969-71) played in front of fewer people during several regular season games at Autzen during his career.
When was the last time Oregon had a sophomore running back starting the season with more than 1,500 yards on his resume? Um, that would be never.
D.J. Davis prepares to haul in a 64-yard TD from Darron Thomas.
All Buttered Up: Ben (92) and Brian Butterfield put their sibling rivalry on display.
Isaac Remington (65) and Casey Matthews debut Oregon's new "Locks Down" defense.
Boseko Lokombo with one of his game-high six tackles.
Fifth-year senior Nate Costa took part in his final Spring Game.
Kenjon Barner follows Jordan Holmes, a scene that should repeat itself many times on Sept. 4 vs. New Mexico.
Newcomer Ryan Clanton adds to an already formidable offensive line.
Andres Reed channeled his inner Jeremiah Johnson on this 45-yard run.
Justin Hoffman and the Ducks had live punts and kickoffs in the Spring Game, an unheard of practice in this day and age.
Blake Thompson shares a laugh after his White team's victory.
True sophomore Michael Clay had an outstanding spring.
Troops and Ducks at ease.
Proudly wearing one uniform and displaying another.
Everyone put a bow on a memorable day by singing the fight song in the locker room.
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