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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Duck Stuff: Thursday Edition

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.


1 comment:

DDubbs76 said...

Finally beat the trash..