Oregon Football

Marcus Arroyo: "There's a lot of notes"

September 10, 2019

On Saturday Oregon put up a blistering 77 points over Nevada. Granted it was Nevada but it was still quite the offensive performance for Oregon.

On Tuesday Oregon offensive coordinator Marcus Arroyo met with media to discuss the win. A number of topics came up but one thing Arroyo was sure to point out was not getting caught up in the scoreboard.

Additionally he talked about CJ Verdell’s workload, the receivers and getting ready for Montana this Saturday.

On Scoring 77:

“You gotta be careful looking at the scoreboard, there’s a lot of things we can do better. Starting faster, all the little details. There’s so many little details that go into it. After a win there’s a lot of times that things get camoflauged. We had a lot of guys play, there’s a lot of notes.”

On Evaluating the Win:

“Every position had their little notes, we always do the good, bad and ugly at every position.” 

On the Backup OL:

“It was good for those guys to get out there to see some live ball. Sala did a good job. Some of those guys have never played. Adjusting to the speed of the game. Between the 1’s, 2’s and 3’s they did a good job of putting stuff on film they can clean up.”

On Turning WR’s Loose:

“We took that approach in regards to finding out where those guys are at. They’ve done a good job in practice. I don’t think we've arrived at any position at all.” 

On Tyler Shough:

“I think Tyler did a great job coming in. He’s grown from what we’ve seen last year. He did some good things. He looked like he had command which is really what you want out of a backup going in. It was good to see guys in control.”

On Darrian Felix:

“Darrian’s done an awesome job. A guy that can really rip down the field. I think he’ll continue to take steps forward and coach (Jim) Mastro does an awesome job with those guys in the room.”

On CJ Verdell’s Workload:

“We’ve got a good stable of backs. Those guys rotate well. We’re managing his reps but we’ll continue to push him to grow.” 

On Montana’s Defense:

“Another 3-3-5 defense that plays a little odd. They’re a good test and good to get under our belt. We're going to have to play good ball.”



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