Open Practice Returns To Hillsboro


EUGENE, Ore. – The reigning Pac-12 Conference and Rose Bowl champions will take a spring practice to Hillsboro Stadium for the second consecutive year, Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal announced on Wednesday. The Ducks will close out the opening two weeks of the spring on Saturday, March 14, with a practice that is free and open to the public at Hillsboro Stadium just outside of Portland.

The open practice will close out the first of five spring practices before the Ducks take a two-week break for finals and spring break. Gates will open at noon and fans can enter the stadium through Gate A or Gate B. Practice will begin at 1 p.m.

Hillsboro Stadium at Gordon Faber Recreation Complex
4400 Northeast Century Blvd.

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Admittance to the open practice is on a first-come basis with a capacity crowd of approximately 7,200, including 3,500 seats that are covered. Backpacks will be searched when entering the stadium while outside food and drink is not permitted except for water. Concession stands will be open and parking around the stadium is free. If necessary, overflow parking is available in the northwest advance lot just two blocks from the stadium.

Oregon is coming off the fifth 12-win season in program history and its 21 wins over the last two seasons under Cristobal are the most in the Pac-12 and tied for eighth among Power 5 programs. The Ducks return 13 starters, including eight from the nation’s No. 9 scoring defense, while welcoming in the top recruiting class in the Pac-12 for the second consecutive year.

Oregon will hold its annual spring game on Saturday, April 18, inside Autzen Stadium at 2 p.m. The game will be shown live on the Pac-12 Network.