AUDIO: Oregon Football’s Offense Back on Track After Thursday Practice

Following a disappointing showing at the previous day’s practice, Oregon football’s offense got back into rhythm with a positive practice on Thursday morning. A group that was notably thin a season ago, the wide receivers were praised on Thursday by coach Michael Johnson for the progress they’ve made as a unit that hopes to become a strength in 2018. Listen below as coach Johnson and sophomore receiver Johnny Johnson III break down their development, while running back Tony Brooks-James gives an update on the banged-up running back corp.

Wide Receivers Coach Michael Johnson

Wide Receiver Johnny Johnson III

Running Back Tony Brooks-James

-Alex Castle

AUDIO: Oregon Football Touts Depth at Linebacker

Oregon football appears confident in its depth at the linebacker position according to interviews with outside linebackers coach Cort Dennison and his players from Wednesday afternoon. Following its morning practice, first year Duck coach Dennison spoke with the media on the progress he’s seen from his unit and what he’s been able to bring to the table in his first year in Eugene. Listen below to the full interview with Dennison, along with interviews from a trio of veteran Ducks.

Outside Linebackers Coach Cort Dennison

Linebacker Troy Dye

Linebacker/Defensive Lineman Justin Hollins

Linebacker La’Mar Winston Jr.