LOS ANGELES — Oregon head coach Dan Lanning took to the stage at Pac-12 Media Day on Friday to preview the upcoming season and talk about his team.

Here are the highlights from that question-and-answer session.

>> Lanning came armed with numbers that backed up his claim that Oregon is the fastest-growing brand in college football.

“Since 2010 there’s been nine teams that have played for a national championship,” he said. “Fortunate enough that Oregon has done that twice. Multiple conference championships have been won at this place. Obviously we had 2.57 million viewers tune in every single week to watch our games, which is top 10 in the nation, best in our conference.

“We’ve continued to recruit at a really high level. Excited to continue to bring great recruits to our place. We have an innovative approach in the way we do that.”

But he made sure to note the success is past success. Lanning said he doesn’t talk about his success with Georgia. He’s focused on the Ducks now. The team’s theme of the new season is growth, he said.

>> In his opening statement, Lanning made sure to talk about Spencer Webb. He said his team has a void. He shared a message he conveyed to his team following Spencer Webb’s passing: there’s a date on your headstone signaling your birth and a date signaling when you pass, in between there’s a dash. “What made Spencer special is how he lived that dash between those two numbers.” He wants the team to make the most of that dash, just like Webb.

Lanning said the team finished up summer with a climb up Spencer Butte, which will become an annual tradition within the progrum.

>> Asked if there was a timeline he had for naming a starting quarterback, Lanning simply said he feels the Ducks have multiple quarterbacks they can win.

>> Lanning doesn’t want the team to get ahead of itself in prep for Georgia to open the season. “You can’t play game one until you have practice one, right? That’s our next approach,” he said.

>> Conference realignment doesn’t seem to be keeping Lanning up at night.

“I trust our leadership to be positioned for success,” he said. “Oregon has been always a premier team in college football. I think we’ll continue to be. Our fans are extremely passionate. Being a top-10 team when it comes to views in homes this last year, the ability to compete for championships year in and year out with coaching changes and different things. That’s still allowed Oregon to be at the forefront of competition. That will continue to be the case.”

Lanning said he has “zero concerns” about how USC and UCLA moving to the Big Ten will impact Oregon on the recruiting trail because “I know how strong our brand and product is.”

>> A no-context quote from the head man: “We’re not chasing anybody. We’re trying to maximize ourselves.”

>> Lanning didn’t specifically address injuries, but when asked about Justin Flowe, Brandon Dorlus, and Popo Aumavae—all guys who were limited or out in the spring—he said they are “doing really well this summer” and are expected to be big pieces of the upcoming season.