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April 27, 2008 at 12:22 PM

Ducks finish up

UW offensive coordinator Tim Lappano made a wry comment yesterday about their being a few people in green at Husky Stadium yesterday.
But they weren’t any of the Oregon coaches as the Ducks were busy yesterday conducting their own spring game.
As the Oregonian perceptively noted, the Ducks won.
The Ducks, UW’s first opponent next August, had a lot more offense in their game, finishing 36-3. Once again, burly JC RB LaGarrette Blount was a standout with 68 yards on five carries. Maybe he’s why the Huskies are suddenly enamored with having big cornerbacks in their secondary.
Sounds as if Oregon’s QB situation is still unsettled, though likely a battle between Nate Costa, who didn’t play in the spring game, and Justin Roper, who it sounds like played pretty well.
You can also find the Eugene Register-Guard’s coverage here. And more on the Ducks is available on the Oregonian’s blog.

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