Oregon Football: Projecting Post-Spring 2-Deep Depth Chart

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Oregon Football: Projecting Post-Spring 2-Deep Depth Chart
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Spring workouts at Oregon were about one thing above all else: improvement. Head coach Mark Helfrich said the Ducks made progress to that end, per Stephen Alexander of the Portland Tribune: "Overall, we got better. Through 14 practices, we really got better, and we’re really pleased with where we are." 

The conclusion of spring practice turns attention to Aug. 30, the date of Oregon's 2014 season opener against South Dakota. 

With the groundwork laid, Helfrich and his staff must now begin shaping the Ducks lineup. Some spots in the rotation are easily tabbed—the Ducks return All-Conference and All-America honorees on both sides of the ball. 

Other positions feature internal competitions that will rage into preseason camp. Still, the spring provides some clarity into just what the Oregon lineup will resemble come Week 1. 

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