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Mariota makes his reads against the Red Wolves.

On Monday the Ducks returned to the practice field for the first time since Saturday's 57-34 victory over Arkansas State. It was "business as usual," quarterback Marcus Mariota said, with the onus on "cleaning up" what they saw on film from Saturday's game.

EUGENE, Ore. - Some of the cleanup was likely spent educating and motivating some of the younger players who head coach Chip Kelly identified as "lost." Oregon played seven true freshmen, along with at least 11 others seeing their first snaps at the D-1 level. "I think a couple guys got caught up in the bright lights in the big city," Kelly said Monday. Mariota noticed that brightness, being...

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