EUGENE, Ore. — The Ducks held their annual spring scrimmage on Saturday. Technically, team Mariasu won, but from a fan’s perspective, everyone won because they got to watch actual football in Autzen Stadium. And from a coach’s perspective, everyone won because no one got hurt.
Now, it’s pretty hard to draw too many conclusions from a spring game considering it’s just one of 15 practices a team has in the spring. Oregon coach Mark Helfrich compared the scrimmage to a weighted final exam, saying Saturday’s performances make up “one eighth of the total grade.
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