Fall camp kicked off yesterday and the QB battle to replace Darron Thomas took center stage. Let's get straight to the quack.
- Rob Moseley writes about the continuation of the QB battle between sophomore Bryan Bennett and freshman Marcus Mariota. And, over at the Oregonian, Adam Jude has his own story on the competition, which will last through the 22 fall camp practices.
- With only two starters remaining from the 2010 National Championship game, Aaron Fentress has a story on the importance of incorporating new talent.
- It sounds like Josh Huff is healthy and poised for a breakout season, which would go a long ways toward helping Oregon answer some of the questions at the wide receiver spot.
- The most panic from yesterday was caused by reports that Colt Lyerla was not participating in the start of camp. Coaches would not indicate the reason behind the absence, though Kelly said he Lyerla would be back "shortly."
- George Schroeder's columns looks at De"Anthony Thomas and what we can expect from him during his second season in Eugene.
- Moseley also had a flurry of blog posts, touching on Kenjon Barner's thoughts about the team's summer progress, Carson York's recovery from injury, and the 105-man camp roster.
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