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Quack Fix 8-17-18: Looking for Offense

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NCAA Football: Oregon State at Oregon
Nov 25, 2017; Eugene, OR, USA; Oregon Ducks defensive lineman Jalen Jelks (97) defends Oregon State Beavers quarterback Darell Garretson (10) in the first quarter at Autzen Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Olmos
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Daewood Davis is looking to work his way up the depth chart this year at wide receiver. The redshirt freshman from Florida is one of the fastest players on the roster but has had to put significant work into his routes and his hands.

Soccer is looking for improved offensive output this year in their quest for an NCAA tournament bid. The Ducks return their top two scorers from last years team and sense that this team has more potential on that end than recent teams have.

The Oregonian wonders what impact Marcus Arroyo will have on the offense this year. Players and fellow coaches believe that his attention to detail is unique and a strength that will lead to success this year.

Jalen Jelks will be moving in between defensive end and linebacker this year rather than playing all of his snaps on the line. The move is one that he is comfortable with and fits the one theme of this year, which is finding multiple uses for players.