• Rob Moseley shares a story that appeared in the R-G yesterday on receiver Justin Hoffman who is catching everyone's eye along with most balls thrown his way.
“Hoff’s a stud,” UO offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich said. “He’s one of those guys that you just root for, because he’s a guy that gets every ounce of his ability. If you had every guy with differing levels of ability get out of themselves what he gets, you’d have something special.”
• Aaron Fentress takes a deeper look into LeGarrette Blount signing with the Tennessee Titans. The article also includes links to a video on the Titan's homepage and an article in the Tennessean.
• Rob Moseley also offers advice on getting to the Spring Game this Saturday.
A free shuttle service will begin at noon from the Fairgrounds or the Valley River Inn with departure every 15 minutes. Operations will continue for about 30 minutes following the conclusion of the game, which begins at 2 p.m. and will last about two hours.
Parking at both shuttle locations is free. Parking in the east lot at Autzen will be available for $5.
The lot will open at 9:30 a.m., and a pregame fan festival in the Moshofsky Center begins at 10 a.m. Stadium gates will open at 1 p.m., with a requested donation of three non-perishable food items as the cost of admission.