Steve Summers is joined by Mark Weber and Garrett Hill and they review what are the major points going on with the Ducks in the spring of 2016.
Most of the attention so far has been paid to new defensive coordinator Brady Hoke and the changes he has brought in, specifically switching the defense to a 4-3 scheme from the 3-4 scheme Oregon used for the last few season.
Hoke has also brought in a toughness and high expectations for tough competition that likely will carry out through the summer months following the end of spring workouts on April 30, until fall camp that starts in August.
The major topic on offense has been the question of who will be the new quarterback? The front runner appears to be Dakota Prukop though Travis Jonson has made big strides this off-season to make up for missing last season due to injury.
Center is the other big question, and it appears redshirt freshman Jake Hanson will be the starter as his offensive coordinator, Matt Lubick indicates Hanson has pulled out in front of the pack for the starting nod.
Oregon will conclude spring ball on April 30, with the annual spring game that will start at 11 a.m. in Autzen Stadium. The game will carried live on the Pac-12 Networks.