■ Rob Moseley has your latest practice report.
Highlights: ...Ty Griffin, who is doing special teams work along with practicing at quarterback, had maybe the biggest hit of the drill to force a fumble. … Some offense-defense drills were conducted in the red zone over the course of the day. In 3-on-2 work, Arrion Springs had a pass breakup, Dwayne Stanford had a nice leaping catch in the end zone and Alex Ofodile used his big frame to shield away a defender for a couple of TD catches. …
Later in the day in 11-on-11, the offense was trying to drive the ball across the goal line from around the 20-yard line. The No. 1 offense got in with two Royce Freeman carries, and Taylor Alie got the twos in on one play, another great leaping grab by Stanford...
■ Duck football coaches are giving back to Oregon for families who otherwise could not afford to attend college.
■ Chantel Jennings looks at the remaining questions for the Pac-12 this spring.
■ Ben Salaman says there are big expectations for Royce Freeman this year.
■ Mark Flores has the latest recruiting news.
■ Rob Moseley believes the back end of the bullpen has been a consistent force for the baseball team.
Typically, Nogosek and Cleavinger are two of the last Ducks to leave the bench when they do appear in a game. Still, they've found a way to be leaders, and if last week was the turning point as Oregon got its season back on track, the back end of the bullpen will deserve major credit.
■ Oregon took care of Portland yesterday 5-2 on the road.
On Deck: The Ducks return to Pac-12 play this weekend when they travel to Southern California to play No. 10 USC in a three-game series starting Friday.