Oregon Football: 5 Things to Look for in the Spring Game

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Oregon Football: 5 Things to Look for in the Spring Game
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The Oregon spring game is still a couple weeks away, but the excitement over the return of football in Autzen Stadium can be felt around the state.

But when the ball is kicked and green goes up against yellow (or whatever names they come up with for each side), what kind of things are fans supposed to be looking for?

Is a sack an indication of that player's talent or regression along the offensive line? Is an interception a great play by the defense, a poor throw by the quarterback or a bad route by the receiver?

While those answers may require further review of the play, it's safe to say that the biggest goal among coaches, players and fans is that everybody stays relatively healthy. Football is a violent game, and there are sure to be a few bumps and bruises, but if the best part of the game is that nobody suffered a major injury, it has to be considered a success.

Here are five storylines to watch throughout the spring game.

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