■ Rob Moseley has your Wednesday spring practice report.
Practice highlights: The Ducks spent several periods split up into the two teams that will face off in Saturday’s spring game, and the units went head-to-head in an overtime drill to cap practice. Dakota Prukop and “Team Mighty Oregon” had the ball first. He moved the ball with a couple completions to Charles Nelson and a couple Royce Freeman runs, setting up a short touchdown pass to Dillon Mitchell. Travis Jonsen and “Team Webfoots” answered quickly with a scoring drive that took three plays: a nine-yard run by Tony Brooks-James, a reception by Johnny Mundt and finally a touchdown for Darren Carrington.
■ Matt Lubick talked with the media following practice yesterday.
■ Jarrid Denney talks about the two teams playing in the spring game and how they were selected.
■ Nick Jones calls this spring game one of the most intriguing in years.
■ The baseball team has added two games against Gonzaga for this year after having two games cancelled earlier due to weather and they took down the Civil War matchup yesterday 7-6 at PK Park.
Up Next: The Ducks return to conference play when they open a three-game series with Washington State in PK Park on Friday at 6 p.m.