Most programs spring game attire consists of nothing more than freshly laundered practice duds. If the coaches are feeling fancy, maybe they'll break out the game uniforms -- offense in the team color, defense in white. Certainly, no one wears new uniforms for a glorified practice.
No one but Oregon, of course. They wouldn't be who they are otherwise.
For Saturday's spring game the Ducks won't be the Ducks at all, harkening back to the program's first Rose Bowl team, way back in 1916, when the club was known as the Webfoots and played in the Pacific Coast Conference.
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