Oregon Ducks scrimmage: offense performs well early, defense ends with multiple stops in 2-minute scenarios
EUGENE — The Oregon Ducks’ offense had the early advantage and the defense took over late during the team’s first scrimmage of fall camp.
That’s the assessment of first-year coach Dan Lanning from his team’s eighth preseason practice, the second in full pads and UO’s first scrimmage Saturday at Autzen Stadium.
“Good first scrimmage,” Lanning said. “I thought the compete was high. Offense really moved the ball early on, had some early success. Our defense had two big stops in two-minute that was impressive on their side. … It’s good to see the yin and yang, but plenty to clean up on both sides.”