Coming off another weekend loss on the road highlighted by more offensive struggles, Oregon football is looking to put the pieces back together in the team’s home finale with Arizona State. Autzen Stadium has been much kinder to quarterback Justin Herbert and the Ducks’ offense, who have averaged over 45 points per game in the junior’s 16 starts in Eugene. As comparison, Oregon has averaged just 26 points per game on the road since the beginning of 2016. Sitting at 6-4 on the year and below .500 in the Pac-12, Oregon is jockeying for bowl positioning with a number of possibilities still available in head coach Mario Cristobal’s first year. Listen below as offensive coordinator Marcus Arroyo and others from the Oregon offense spoke with the media following Tuesday morning’s practice.
Offensive Coordinator Marcus Arroyo
Offensive Guard Shane Lemieux