Eugene, OR -- Oregon practiced off-site in Springfield to get ready for when the Ducks practice in Arlington, Texas in week one against Auburn.
The Ducks focused on Auburn for about 50 percent on Tuesday and have gradually done more throughout the week.
"It's game week for us," head coach Mario Cristobal said. "Usually for game one game week is a typical ten, eleven days. That's what we're in."
The depth is not in game mode just yet.
"Some things are shaking themselves out," Cristobal said. "They look like they're closer than they have been. But we're not ready to put that put there just quite yet. Whenever we do have a final one we always meet with our players first out of respect for the entire organization and the players themselves. But we're getting closer. A lot of those battles have really proved to be beneficial. Guys have got better, guys have got more detailed, guys have really improved at their craft. We're pretty close."
Oregon takes on Auburn on August 31 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
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