2022 Oregon Spring Football Game
The big day is finally here. The conclusion of spring practice comes with the school’s annual spring game inside Autzen Stadium.
The Ducks have held 13 practices so far in March and April, and this will be the first time fans can join the 2022 squad.
This year’s spring game will have fans in the stands, making it the first spring game to be seen since 2019. The 2020 game was canceled and last year’s event was played without fans. due to a change in the county’s COVID-19 risk level and subsequent policy change. .
Dan Lanning told reporters last week that the scrimmage will look like a real game format. The program has already split the team into two teams: the green team and the yellow team. The roster splits were announced on social media and can be found at duckterritoire.com as well.
All eyes will be on the quarterbacks. Lanning said each of the team’s signal callers will receive equal opportunity to receive “a lot of reps” on Saturday.
Erik Skopil, Matt Prehm and Jared Mack will be in the Autzen Stadium press box to provide on-site updates from the day’s event.
This year’s game starts at 1 p.m. and will air on Pac-12 Networks.
Unlike previous years, Saturday’s event will not conclude spring football. The team will hold its 15 training sessions on Monday to tackle “more situational work”.
“Really talk and coach a lot of situations that day. There will be a variety of things,” Lanning said. “His an opportunity again just to work on detailed situations that you don’t always necessarily take the time to practice to work on but I think a lot of people might overlook.”
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