Another season under head coach Chip Kelly, another BCS bowl and a double-digit-win season. Fans expect nothing less of the extremely talented Ducks, especially in a watered-down Pac-12 Conference.
This season, Oregon returns a total of 14 starters, including eight on the defensive side of the ball. But life isn't so sweet in Eugene, as the Ducks do have a few issues to straighten out before they can contend for a national championship. Their Heisman finalist running back is no longer on the roster and they watched their quarterback leave at the last minute.
The good news for them is that they have spring practice to figure things out, and it will kick off on April 3 for the Ducks.
Here is Oregon's spring practice breakdown.