Oregon head coach Dan Lanning met with local reporters in Eugene on Wednesday to preview the start of fall camp.

The Ducks officially hit the practice field on Friday. Lanning and his staff will have a month to sort out position battles, detail the scheme, and get ready for the Ducks’ opener against Georgia on Sept. 3.

“Coach to me is teacher,” Lanning said. “Both my parents were teachers. That’s the piece that we have to look for. Are we doing a good job of giving that information to our players, letting them take that information and process it on the field? I’m gonna play zero snaps for the University of Oregon this year. It doesn’t matter what I know. It’s about what your players know, and what they can execute. So can our guys execute at a high-level, limit mistakes, and then be able to go out there and perform? Each day we’re looking for improvement. That’s the key.”

Lanning touched on the quarterback competition, a few new transfer arrivals, what he’s looking for in fall camp, and more.

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