Soccer heads out this weekend to continue their season in South Carolina with games against Clemson and Furman. Oregon is 2-1-1 on the season and coming off back to back wins, Clemson is 4-0-0 and Furman is 3-1-0 so far.
Oregon’s defense is working on situational awareness in the wake of a last second touchdown pass given up against Auburn that saw an inexperienced defender on the opponents best receiver with the game on the line.
Oregon offensive coordinator, Marcus Arroyo, says that the Ducks need to open up the passing game more going forward. Arroyo implies that the offensive game plan was intended to protect the young receivers who were placed into action.