Senior cornerback Arrion Springs’ senior season has been his best of his four-year career at Oregon. Springs leads the Pac-12 and is top-10 nationally with 16 passes defended in 2017 and also set a new career high with his fourth tackle-for-loss against Stanford. An area that Springs has struggled with, though, is interceptions. Springs is without an interception in 2017 and has just one in his 45-game career in Eugene. A week ago against Arizona, one of Springs’ two passes defended was a near-pick that bounced off his hands. Those struggles have followed Springs around his entire Oregon career and his coaches, teammates, and Springs all can’t think of a better way for Springs to end his Autzen Stadium career than with an interception in his final Civil War. The full story is below.
STORY: Arrion Springs’ Great Senior Year is Missing One Element (by Marc Grandi)