Key role players and potential breakout stars have their final opportunity to make an impact on Oregon's spring practice season in the intrasquad scrimmage.
The Ducks host the final of their 15 offseason workouts Saturday at Autzen Stadium, employing a format GoDucks.com editor Rob Moseley describes as being "as close to real football as possible for the first half, with kickoffs, punts and clock stoppages."
That live-game feel will be a showcase for some of the less-heralded on the roster to shine.
Oregon is split into two teams: one drafted by quarterback Marcus Mariota and center Hroniss Grasu; the other, by linebacker Tony Washington and cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu. The complete breakdown is available on GoDucks.com.