Oregon Ducks Football Practice Report: Helfrich talks briefly on Thomas Tyner

Doug Pensinger

Today we hear from Pharoah Brown, Coach Helfrich, Drew Howell and Terrance Mitchell

It was a chaotic day in front of the Casanova Center as Thomas Tyner went by on a golf cart in a walking boot. Coach Helfrich was not forthcoming with information about the Freshman tailback but did comment on today's scrimmage.

We also heard briefly from Pharoah Brown about the status of his injury and his aspirations about his return.

In addition, we got to talk to Drew Howell about the nuances of the long snapper position and what it takes to be a long snapper and why he made the choice.

Finally, we hear from Terrance Mitchell and his reflections on the attention the defensive backfield is getting and how he and Ifo Ekpre-Olomu work together. Mitchell is always a fun interview and definitely takes his rabbit trails to get to his point, but there's good stuff in there.

I am going to be out of town Wednesday through Friday but I will have audio files sent to me from one of my cohorts at E-Duck so we will at least have something until I return on Saturday. GO DUCKS!

Pharoah Brown

Mark Helfrich

Drew Howell

Terrance Mitchell

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