Oregon's spring football ends with annual spring game.

EUGENE, ORE. – The Oregon Ducks hoped the annual spring game would soothe the open sores caused by an epic collapse suffered in the Alamo Bowl last January, and while the squad as a whole looked improved over what was on the field in San Antonio, clearly there is work to be done.

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE The inter-squad game between Mighty Oregon dressed in white and led by transfer quarterback Dakota Prukop held on to beat the Travis Jonson-led Webfoots, 21-20.

Prukop threw for 190 yards on 20-of-29 passing and two touchdowns while Jonson had 188 yards of passing with one TD but gave up one pick. While Prukop a senior was the only signal caller for Mighty Oregon, Jonson a redshirt freshman split duties with true freshman Terry Wilson (4-for-10, 22 yards and one interception.)

True freshman Dillon Mitchell was the surprise star receiver, pulling in seven balls, two for long explosive touchdowns resulting from leaping grabs in the back of the endzone. Mitchell finished the day with a total of 104 yards receiving.

In all, Mighty Oregon had a total of 190 yards passing and 101 yards of rushing.

Kani Benoit finished the morning off with 104 yards of rushing on 14 carries that included one TD. No other rusher had more than 10 yards resulting in 23 yards but Mighty Oregon also lost a total of 14 yards due to TFLs.

The Webfoots had one explosion play when Jonson hit a wide open Darren Carrington for a 52-yard score.

Tony Brooks-Jamesrushed for 75 yards on 12 carries for the Webfoots while Jonson showed his running skills, picking 21 net yards on 12 carries with one TD.

The other scoring for the Webfoots came from field goal kicker Aidan Schneider, who hit from 26 and 36 yards out but missed a 42-yard attempt.

Defensively Mighty Oregon was led by a healthy Justin Hollins who had a total of eight tackles from his defensive end position. Linebacker Paris Bostick recorded two sacks. Defensive Coordinator Brady Hoke was hoping for an aggressive, attacking defense and in all Mighty Oregon recorded seven sacks with Austin Maloata (2), Eddie Heard (1), Henry Mondeaux (1), while Reggie Daniels and Hunter Kampmoyerr each were given credit for a half a sack.

Daniels also had an interception as did Ty Griffin.

Johnny Ragin III led the Webfoots in tackling with six tackles (two solos). Linebacker Jimmie Swain, DE Gus Cumberlander and DE Canton Kaumatule each had a sack.

It should be noted that for the purposes of the spring game, a sack occurred when a defender simply touched a quarterback.

There were a total of 13 TFLs, eight by Mighty Oregon and five for the Webfoots.


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