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Quack Fix: Jeff Lockie's case to be the starting QB

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  • It's an answer we won't get until August, but Jeff Lockie continues to make stronger and stronger cases to be the next Ducks QB. After throwing for 223 yards and 3 touchdowns in Team Pathway's 35-29 victory over Team Oregon in the spring game, Lockie is the clear favorite heading into the summer. Things will get extremely interesting once Vernon Adams enters the conversation.
  • Things weren't looking good for Colt Lyerla after his arrest in 2013 for cocaine possession, but the former Ducks TE is on the comeback trail. Now he just needs to find an NFL team willing to give him another chance after the Green Bay Packers released him last year.
  • The men's golf team is looking for another shot at a national championship after a runner-up finish in 2014, and have been selected as a No. 2 seed. by the NCAA selection committee. The Ducks begin regional play on May 14th in Noblesville, Indiana.
  • In the final regular season game at Howe Field, the No. 2 Oregon softball team put on a show, blowing out No. 18 California 17-1. Senior Janie Takeda broke the school career record for runs, hitting her 194th in the game.