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Spring drills begin for the Ducks.

Spring drills begin for the Ducks.

Under cloudy skies, and brisk temperatures, the Oregon Ducks took to the practice field at the Autzen Stadium complex on Saturday for spring drills. The practice session was full of intensity and little horseplay. <br><br><I>(PHOTO LEFT) Freshman Johnny DuRocher delivers a pass to an unidentifed receiver on the first day of spring work outs for the Oregon Ducks on Saturday, April 5, 2003 in Eugene, Oregon. (eDuck/Dave O'Shea)</I>

The team participated in normal practice activities including passing drills, seven-on-seven and 11-on-11 drills. There was a spirited competition at the quarterback position between senior Jason Fife and sophomore Kellen Clemens. True freshman Johnny... Recommended Stories

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