■ Rob Moseley has your Monday practice report and Scott Frost evaluates fall camp so far this year..
Moseley - Other observations: Lockie’s post-practice pep talk wasn’t the only display of leadership this morning. During a team period, a young wide receiver dropped a potential long completion from Lockie, and walked off the field slowly with his head down. Byron Marshall yelled from the sideline that he still needed to run off the field, as the Ducks want to do every play. Tyler Johnstone then met the kid at the sideline to play good cop, putting his arm around the receiver to reiterate the same message.
■ Kevin Gemmell says Oregon is still the team to beat in the Pac-12 North.
■ Countdown to the Oregon vs MSU game and five players from each time that are off to a fast start this year.
■ Jimmy Friedricks gives you his 10 reasons why we can't wait for college football.