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Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Duck Stuff

Rob Moseley has your first spring practice report and takes a closer look at Bralon Addison's return

Among the quarterbacks, Jeff Lockie looked particularly comfortable throwing the deep ball, and Travis Jonsen got his introduction to the college game. Jake Pisarcik took reps at center with the No. 1 offensive line, with true freshman Zach Okun in the mix behind him. In Lowe’s absence, the receiving corps still has an embarrassment of riches, with Jalen Brown looking very comfortable today amidst known quantities like Byron Marshall and Dwayne Stanford.

Tyson Alger says Charles Nelson and Ugo Amadi turned a few heads yesterday at practice.

■ Chantel Jennings has a spring practice  primer.

■ Andrew Greif continues with Thomas Tyner with the most to gain this spring.

Bralon Addison and Chris Seisay talked with the media after practice yesterday.

■ Dale Newton talks about the start of spring practice.

Andrew Bet looks at some of George Horton's tactics as the Ducks try to do a better job against the Pac-12 opponents they will face the rest of the season.

■ The slide continues as the baseball team lost to Portland 6-4 yesterday at PK Park.

Up Next: The Ducks face Seattle on Wednesday at Ron Tonkin Field in Hillsboro at 6 p.m.


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