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Name: Tyler Shough (+) 09-25-21 Collarbone INJ/Out...Transfer from Oregon)
College: Texas Tech     Number: 12
Height: 6-5   Weight: 225
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2023

40 Low: 4.62
   40 Time: 4.72
  40 High: 4.80
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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: (+) Coming off 09-25-21 Collarbone INJ...Transfer from Oregon...2020: NAC

 Tyler Shough, Texas Tech, Player News

  09/19/21 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Texas Tech quarterback Tyler Shough threw for 399 yards and four touchdown passes to spark a 54-21 victory against Florida International on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium. The Red Raiders shook loose from a tight game after the first quarter with four touchdowns in the second period and racked up 264 yards along the way. They finished the night with 584 total yards. In the best offensive night this year for Texas Tech (3-0), Shough was an effective catalyst. He spread the ball around to 11 receivers and twice completed eight passes in a row, going 26 of 35.

In the first two games, the Red Raiders ran only 102 plays and star receiver Erik Ezukanma had 17 of the team's 27 receptions. He faced double-teams most of the night and Shough adjusted. "We got to spread the wealth a little more and you saw guys making plays," Texas Tech coach Matt Wells said. Added Shough, "It was just part of the progressions. Guys were getting open and I got them the ball." The Red Raiders needed that spark after falling behind 7-0 in the first quarter. The Panthers (1-2) blended inside power runs by D'vonte Price and deep throws by Max Bortenschlager to piece together an 88-yard drive. Price bulled into the end zone with 6:27 to go in the opening quarter for a 7-0 lead. Meanwhile, Texas Tech's offense scuffled. The Red Raiders' first two possessions ended in punts, and when they forced FIU into a three-and-out, returner Adrian Frye muffed the ball to give it back to the Panthers. - Texas Tech/AP College Football


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  09/04/21 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Tyler Shough accounted for two touchdowns, Tahj Brooks rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns, and Texas Tech beat Houston 38-21 in the season opener for both teams on Saturday night. Shough finished 17 of 24 for 231 yards passing with a touchdown and ran for another score in his debut for the Red Raiders. The Oregon transfer scored on an 8-yard touchdown run with eight minutes left in the third quarter to start a streak of 31-unanswered points for Texas Tech.

Texas Tech coach Matt Wells said Shough was solid and had good eyes. "He saw what he needed to see and communicated it clearly," Wells said. "He was calm. … He was accurate and scrambled a little bit. I think the sky's the limit for him." Erik Ezukanma had seven catches for 179 yards for Texas Tech, which outgained Houston 376-251. Houston's Clayton Tune finished 27-of-38 passing for 174 yards and two touchdowns but was intercepted four times. Nathaniel Dell caught seven passes for 80 yards and a touchdown. - Texas Tech/AP College Football


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  08/26/21 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Texas Tech coach Matt Wells on Tuesday officially named Tyler Shough to be the Red Raiders' starting quarterback, confirming an outcome that had been expected for weeks. The 6-foot-5, 225-pound junior from Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton transferred to Tech in March from Oregon, where he started all seven games the Ducks played last season. He's been competing primarily with Henry Colombi, who started four games for the Red Raiders last season and was a 1,000-yard passer. The others in the conversation since training camp began have been redshirt freshman Donovan Smith from Frenship and true freshman Behren Morton from Eastland, the latter a consensus state top-50 signee.

The Red Raiders also have two-time NJCAA passing leader Parker McNeil, who came to Tech as a walk-on transfer from Troy, and former state top-100 recruit Maverick McIvor. "As I've said for several months now, this is the most talented our quarterback room has been since we arrived here at Texas Tech," Wells said in a statement Tech released. "After evaluating the entire body of work, we feel as a staff that Tyler gives this team the best chance to win. He is well-respected by his teammates, a tireless worker and has developed a strong understanding of what we want to do as an offense. "Tyler's arrival has only increased the competitiveness of our quarterback room as Henry Colombi has put together possibly the best camp of his career. Our staff has confidence in Henry's ability to lead this offense, and I know he will continue to prepare with the same mindset. Donovan and Behren both have bright futures here at Texas Tech, and they will continue to battle for backup reps." - Lubbock Avalanche Journal


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  08/22/21 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  It may seem daring to claim that someone who's been slotted as a top pick in the 2022 NFL draft will be better than advertised. But even with all the buzz that Shough has created, he's been met with cautious optimism from Red Raider fans. The quarterback position at Texas Tech has been a lackluster revolving door since the Patrick Mahomes Era. But after a handful of grim seasons in Lubbock, Shough appears to have the tools to take the program's offense back to something that resembles its glory days.

He looks the part of an NFL quarterback, standing at 6-5 and weighing in at 220 pounds. He threw for 1,559 yards, 13 touchdowns and six interceptions last season - numbers that display the talent of his arm, and also the room for improvement in areas like decision making. His legs are serviceable, something new offensive coordinator Sonny Cumbie will likely utilize. Behind an experienced offensive line and with reliable targets at receiver, Shough should have a much-improved campaign this season. Expect Texas Tech to have their first 3,000+ passing yard QB for the first time in Matt Wells' tenure. - Dallas Morning News


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  07/17/21 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  After producing a two-decade low in points per game, Tech replaced offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach David Yost with former Red Raiders quarterback and assistant coach Sonny Cumbie, back after seven years at TCU. Yost and quarterback Alan Bowman, the latter now transferred to Michigan, couldn't move the chains consistently enough. Now the Red Raiders will see if the Cumbie-Shough combo clicks. Standing 6-foot-5 with a strong arm and good mobility, Shough has the tools to make NFL scouts pay close attention. He needs to be more consistent. At least he arrived at Tech in time to take part in 13 of 15 spring practices. "He's a football junkie," Wells said. "He's a really good leader and fit in well with our players almost immediately." In two years at Troy, Geiger averaged 70 catches for 812 yards and four touchdowns. The Fort Worth Paschal graduate went to Troy after spending two years at Navarro College, where he caught 70 balls for 954 yards as a sophomore. - Lubbock Avalanche Journal

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  07/04/21 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Texas Tech saw several athletes utilize the new name, image and likeness bill Thursday morning, joining college athletes throughout the country. The law went into effect at midnight before Red Raider quarterback Tyler Shough, in addition to Texas Tech men's basketball players Kevin McCullar Jr. and Marcus Santos-Silva, signed deals to join Cameo. Cameo is a social media-type app in which customers can purchase personalized messages from their favorites stars in sports, entertainment or other pop-culture genres. "Let's connect on Cameo!" Shough wrote on a video he posted Thursday to Twitter.

Shough, a transfer quarterback from Oregon, was one of the first Texas Tech athletes to announce his deal with the popular app, which listed $40 as the price for a personalized message from the signal-caller who has more than 15,000 followers on Instagram. The 6-foot-5, 220-pound athlete has three years to play after throwing for 1,559 yards, 13 touchdowns and six interceptions to go with 271 rushing yards and two scores last season. - Lubbock Avalanche Journal


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  04/18/21 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  As soon as Tyler Shough's name hit the NCAA transfer portal, the suitors lined up for the Oregon quarterback. In a process where things like personal relationships and geography play big roles, Shough choose Texas Tech as his next landing spot. He had met coach Matt Wells - once - at a high school recruiting camp when Wells was still at Utah State. That's about it. "I did my own research on the coaching staff here and the guys," Shough said recently, "but I didn't really have any connection." The bigger question is about the connection that Shough has developed, with Tech's spring scrimmage set for Saturday in Lubbock and the quarterback competition still in progress.

In a crowded quarterback room, Shough and Henry Colombi, who started four games last season, bring the most experience. Like so many coaches, Wells is not handicapping the race outside of what he wants in a quarterback. Wells says he values their leadership and accuracy, while holding greater regard for accuracy over arm strength. The decision is likely to come in preseason camp and has major ramifications for the program. Tech hasn't had a winning football season since 2015 and hasn't been .500 or better in the Big 12 since 2009, Mike Leach's final season in Lubbock. - Dallas Morning News


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  04/07/21 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Covering more than 1,200 miles, all on the road from Oregon to Arizona, gives a man plenty of time to think. Time to hear recruiting pitches. Time to ask questions. Time to choose where to take the next turn on the road. All those hours are welcome if you're a high-profile player in college football's NCAA transfer portal. That's where Tyler Shough found himself in mid-February: in the portal, on the road, hearing his cell phone buzz. Something about Matt Wells and Sonny Cumbie, the research Shough had done on the Texas Tech coaches and the Red Raiders' roster, persuaded him more than anything else. "It was a long process," Shough said this past week.

"That was when I was driving back from Oregon to Arizona, a 21-hour car ride. I was pretty much on the phone that entire time. It really came down to...the opportunity to come in and compete, a coaching staff I had a good relationship with and a good supporting cast around me. "It obviously wasn't an easy decision, because there were a lot of schools that had that offer (extended), but Texas Tech was the best opportunity and overall team that I wanted to be a part of and wanted to grow in. So I'm definitely happy with it and excited to get better." Shough, who started all seven games Oregon played last year during his sophomore season, joined his new team two weeks ago. The Red Raiders have had nine of the allotted 15 sessions of spring practice, Shough having arrived in time to take part in the past seven. The 6-foot-5, 220-pound junior finished degree requirements at Oregon in March. - Lubbock Avalanche Journal


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  03/24/21 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Texas Tech announced Monday that former Oregon quarterback Tyler Shough has arrived on campus and will be in uniform with the Red Raiders when they resume spring practice on Tuesday. Shough announced on Feb. 12 that he was having his name put into the NCAA transfer portal and committed to Tech on Feb. 22, but still had to earn a degree at Oregon to leave as a graduate transfer. He completed coursework this month with dual undergraduate degrees in criminal justice and political science, Tech's announcement said. Tech had its first two spring workouts last week and has 13 of the allotted 15 remaining. When former Tech starter Alan Bowman departed as a transfer, it left the Red Raiders with four-game starter Henry Colombi and a cast of talented but inexperienced candidates at quarterback.

Shough, a nationally sought recruit three years ago, started all seven games Oregon played last season. "We're excited to add a quarterback with Tyler's ability and experience to our quarterback room," Red Raiders coach Matt Wells said in Tech's announcement. "I'm looking forward to watching all of our quarterbacks compete this spring under coach (Sonny) Cumbie, and Tyler will only help in making that position better." - Lubbock Avalanche Journal


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  02/24/21 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  A crowded but largely unproven Texas Tech quarterback room just gained a transfer with starting experience. Tyler Shough, who started all seven games for Pac-12 champion Oregon last season and led the Pac-12 in passer rating, announced Monday on social media that he's transferring to Tech. He had been viewed as the top quarterback in the transfer portal after announcing his decision to exit Oregon earlier this month. Shough has three remaining seasons of eligibility, rare for a grad transfer. Blessed with good size (6-5, 221 pounds), Shough was ranked as the No. 1 prospect in Arizona in the Class of 2018. He redshirted as a freshman, backed up future NFL first-round pick Justin Herbert in 2019 and won the starting job last season. Shough completed 63.5% of his passes for 1,559 yards. He had 13 touchdown passes and six interceptions and also ran for 271 yards and two touchdowns. But Oregon also used Anthony Brown at quarterback late in the season, and Shough sat for a long stretch in the Fiesta Bowl loss to Iowa State. - Dallas Morning News

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  02/22/21 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Former Oregon starting quarterback Tyler Shough is transferring to Texas Tech. There is a chance Tyler Shough could play against the Ducks if the former Oregon starting quarterback exhausts his collegiate eligibility. Shough, who entered the NCAA transfer portal Feb. 12 as a graduate transfer, announced Monday that he is headed to Texas Tech. After completing completing 63.5% of his passes for 1,559 yards with 13 touchdowns and six interceptions in 2020, Shough still will be classified as a redshirt sophomore in 2021 with the NCAA granting an extra year of eligibility due to the pandemic. Oregon is scheduled to play Texas Tech on Sept. 9, 2023, in Lubbock, Texas, when Shough could be a sixth-year senior. - Register Guard

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  02/12/21 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Oregon quarterback Tyler Shough has announced he is entering the transfer portal with three years of eligibility remaining. Shough started all seven games for the Ducks this season as a redshirt sophomore, passing for 1,559 yards and 13 touchdowns. He was intercepted six times. Oregon finished 4-3 overall and won the Pac-12 title with a 31-24 victory over USC in the championship game. The Ducks fell 34-17 to Iowa State in the Fiesta Bowl. Shough is the eighth scholarship player at Oregon who has announced a decision to transfer. - AP College Football

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  01/13/21 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Oregon dropped out of the polls to end the 2020 season. The Ducks (4-3) fell from No. 25 with 126 points in the final AP poll of the regular season to 21 points in what would be No. 29 in the final AP poll of the 2020 season and from No. 26 (115 points) to No. 27 (36 points) in the coaches poll following their 34-17 loss to Iowa State in the Fiesta Bowl. It's the second time in three years Oregon will finish the season unranked in the AP poll. - The Oregonian

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  12/10/20 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Is Tyler Shough still Oregon's starting quarterback? Coach Mario Cristobal didn't waste a lot of time with the question, which was posed during his Zoom meeting with the media on Monday. "We assess everyone on a weekly basis," Cristobal said. "but he's our starting quarterback." Of course he is. In Shough's first five career starts, he has completed 91-of-143 passes (63.6%) for a Pac-12-leading 1,389 yards and 11 touchdowns. The 6-foot-5, 221-pound redshirt sophomore also has rushed for 256 yards and two touchdowns.

But some costly mistakes in consecutive defeats at Oregon State (two interceptions) and California (lost fumble) have some critics wondering what Boston College transfer Anthony Brown or touted true freshman Jay Butterfield might look like taking the snaps. Shough and his teammates aren't flinching as the Ducks (3-2) prepare to host Washington Huskies on Saturday at Autzen Stadium (1 p.m., FOX) for the North Division title. "We're all behind (number) 12," senior tight end Hunter Kampmoyer said of Shough. "We all make mistakes through the course of the game. He's done a great job of being a leader, accepting those things and moving forward. There's nothing you can do about the last play, it's all about the next play. He's done a great job, and we've all been behind him 100 percent." - Register Guard


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  11/21/20 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Tyler Shough threw for 334 yards and three touchdowns and No. 11 Oregon held off short-handed UCLA 38-35 on Saturday to remain undefeated. At 3-0, Oregon solidified its spot atop the Pac-12 North. Devon Williams had six catches for 123 yards, including a 19-yarder for a score and a 49-yard reception that helped set up a third-quarter score. UCLA (1-2) had several players out because of COVID-19 protocols and contact tracing, including starting quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson. Redshirt freshman Chase Griffin started. Griffin threw for 195 yards and a touchdown, with two interceptions. Demetric Felton rushed for 167 yards and two touchdowns, including an 11-yard scoring run that got the Bruins within three with 3:43 left. Oregon's ensuing drive failed and UCLA got the ball back with 1:24 left. A penalty on the Ducks got the Bruins a first down on the Oregon 39. But Oregon went on to stop the Bruins on fourth-and-12 to end it. - Oregon/AP College Football

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  11/14/20 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Running back Travis Dye of No. 11 Oregon recalled the bitter feeling after the Ducks lost at Washington State in 2018, and he didn't plan to experience it again Saturday night. Dye caught a pair of second-half touchdown passes and Oregon came back to beat Washington State 43-29. "I remember every little detail of 2018," Dye said. "It stuck in my mind ever since we left that field." He called Saturday's win "a thirst quencher." Tyler Shough threw for 312 yards and four touchdowns for Oregon. The Ducks improved to 2-0, piling up 582 yards of total offense.

Freshman Jayden de Laura threw for 321 yards and two touchdowns for Washington State (1-1), which led at halftime but could not stop the Ducks in the second half. Freshman defensive back Ayden Hector recovered three Oregon turnovers in the first half. "We're looking like a real great offense right now," Dye said. "We are moving and grooving way better than we have in the past." Oregon coach Mario Cristobal said the touchdown Oregon scored in the closing seconds of the second quarter was key. It cut Washington State's halftime lead from 12 to five points. "Certainly a huge momentum swing," he said. "Guys went into the locker room with a lot of juice, a lot of energy." Shough played well, especially in the second half, Cristobal said. "He made some great plays and some great decisions. Great job with protections, used this feet to get out of stuff," Cristobal said. "Just showing tremendous maturity in just a second start, so big days ahead for Tyler." - AP College Football


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  11/09/20 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Quarterback Tyler Shough was handed the keys to Joe Moorhead's new offensive system on Saturday after playing behind Justin Herbert for two seasons. After a slow start, the redshirt sophomore settled in and made several big plays. Shough completed 17-of-26 passes for 227 yards and one touchdown. He also rushed for 85 yards with a 9-yard scoring run on 11 carries, which no doubt thrilled the fan base watching from home. A common criticism of the Oregon offense the last two seasons under former offensive coordinator Marcus Arroyo was his failure to utilize Herbert as a runner. Shough's start was far from perfect, with an interception early in the second quarter. But he also completed long passes to Mycah Pittman (44 yards) and Johnny Johnson III (38 yards) and threaded a pass between three defenders to Jaylon Redd for a nice gain. - Register Guard

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  11/07/20 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Tyler Shough picked up where Justin Herbert left off, throwing for 227 yards and a touchdown and running for another score to lead No. 12 Oregon to a 35-14 victory over short-handed Stanford on Saturday night in the opener for both teams. Stanford was hurt before game even kicked off when it was announced that starting quarterback Davis Mills was unavailable. Receiver Connor Wedington and defensive end Trey LaBounty were also listed as unavailable because of COVID-19 testing results and contact tracing protocols. Stanford did not specify whether the players had tested positive, but Wedington said on Twitter that he tested negative.

Shough completed 17 of 26 passes with one interception, and ran for 85 yards, as he assumed the starter's role now that Herbert has moved on to the NFL. With Herbert at quarterback, Oregon went 12-2 last season and won the Rose Bowl over Wisconsin. CJ Verdell ran for 105 yards and a score for Oregon, which won its 11th straight game at Autzen Stadium, the seventh longest active streak in the nation. Mills started in six games for the Cardinal last season, throwing for 1,960 yards and 11 touchdowns. He was replaced by backup Jack West, who made his first start. Stanford also used freshman Tanner McKee. - AP College Football


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  10/11/20 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  It's a very different look for Oregon compared to the past four years with Justin Herbert at the reins, but also not unexpected or something the Ducks weren't prepared to face. "It certainly is different," Oregon coach Mario Cristobal said. "We've been accustomed to seeing No. 10 take every snap under center for a good chunk of time now. You've seen bits and pieces of practice, probably more drill work than anything else, but something that I've said from the beginning since Justin's departed is that Tyler Shough has done a great job, he really has. When he's had his opportunities in there in practice and in spring ball, he got off to a great, great start.

"He has a natural field presence. He has a commanding presence out there. In the short amount of time that Anthony Brown has been here, he also is an extremely talented guy that really is hungry and driven, just like Tyler. He's done some great things, has a really good career out there at Boston College. Then you got three young guys." Shough, who went 12 for 15 for 144 yards with three touchdowns in limited reps last season, will enter preseason camp atop the depth chart while Brown, who started 28 games during his time at Boston College and completed 55% of his passes for 4,738 yards with 40 touchdowns and 20 interceptions, will be with the second-team. "We'll enter Day 1 with Tyler taking the first reps and with Anthony taking the reps with the twos," Cristobal said. "We're going to make it a competition, but it's going to start off like that." - The Oregonian


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  04/04/20 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  Oregon's starting QB job was largely seen as Tyler Shough's to lose - and perhaps it still is. Shough, the backup to Justin Herbert last season, has been the presumptive favorite to take over the role in 2020. But Wednesday's commitment of graduate transfer Anthony Brown at least creates significant competition prior to the season, whenever it begins. Oregon coach Mario Cristobal, who in December said there was there was going to be an "open competition" this offseason, said Shough did well in the Ducks' four spring practices and is the starter as of today. "We think Tyler Shough did an outstanding job in the spring," Cristobal said during a conference call Friday. "He entered the spring as the starter; he leaves the spring as the starter. "We can't comment on any players that are not currently enrolled.

Like every single position on that field we're always going to present competition because it helps our players get better. But I can't emphasize enough how fired up we are about Tyler." Shough went 12 for 15 for 144 yards with three touchdowns and had two carries for 11 yards this season. He worked extensively with the first-team offense during spring practice while walk-on Bradley Yaffe and redshirt-freshman Cale Millen took most of the second-team reps and true freshman Jay Butterfield work with the third-team offense and rotated some with the second-team. - The Oregonian


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  03/04/20 - QB Tyler ShoughrJr/2023, Texas Tech, 6-5, 225 (DS#12 QB) + More +

  The Ducks, coming off a 12-2 finish with a Pac-12 championship and final ranking of No. 5 in the Associated Press poll, begin spring practice on Thursday with an eye on the 2020 season. "Regardless of how good or bad you've done the previous year, you always want to improve," Cristobal noted at a signing day news conference last month. A look at five storylines to follow leading in to the April 18 spring game: Justin Herbert's eventful four-season stint as Oregon's starting quarterback spanned three head coaches, a 4-8 finish and his memorable touchdown runs for the Rose Bowl trophy.

Four candidates will compete to replace the NFL-bound Herbert, who finished his collegiate career with 10,541 yards passing, 95 touchdowns and 23 interceptions. Redshirt sophomore Tyler Shough is the favorite after serving as Herbert's backup in 2019. "It's obviously been great to learn from him and all these coaches and my teammates," Shough said leading into the Ducks' 28-27 win over Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl. "I just prepare myself for each game. That's been my goal is just to stay ready and get better." - Register Guard


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