- Spring practices are over for every team in the country, and Rob Moseley takes a quick look at each opponent Oregon will be facing and their main storylines. I think I'm most intrigued by Cal. Major changes in Berkeley, but they still have a lot of talent there.
- Oregon baseball dropped a 3-2 game to Seattle U last night, their second game of an 8-game road trip. Up next, Washington State starting on Friday.
- Baseball may have lost to Seattle, but Softball didn't. Freshman Cheridan Hawkins threw another no-hitter and struck out a school record 17. That 4-0 win and a second 6-4 win in the doubleheader kept Oregon undefeated at home on the season.
- The annual Oregon Twilight is tomorrow. This has turned into a community celebration, but also helps the Ducks prepare for the Pac-12 Championships, which will be in the next two weeks at USC.
- Ken Goe has a little info on Matt Miner, an Ivy League transfer that is now part of Oregon's 4xmile relay team, which won at the Penn Relays last weekend.
- Lastly, why not talk some running backs. After spring, it sounds like De'Anthony Thomas will be the feature back, but Byron Marshall will be more than capable to spell him and limit his workload during the season. With Thomas Tyner coming in during the fall, it will be an incredibly talented bunch, but hopefully they can stay healthy, as it's not the deepest group in the world.
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