Ducks Spring game will be open to limited fans, food drive will be virtual


With everything that has gone down in the last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, its good to see that things are slowing going back to normal in some type of way.

College football is gearing up all across the nation with practices finally taking place, which is a great sign for everyone.

But for the first time in 71 weeks, the Oregon Ducks will have the general public watching them in Autzen stadium.

Oh, and they will also have fans at the Spring game coming up as well.

The Ducks are allowing a “very limited number” fans to their practice

Fans are obviously supposed to follow protocols from the Oregon Health Authority.

As for the spring game, it will be the same thing with a limited amount of fans.

The game is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m.

Only 15 percent of the capacity of Autzen Stadium will be open for fans, and because of the strict limits of fans in attendance and to ensure proper physical distancing, the spring game will be a ticketed event.

The spring game will also have a food drive to benefit Food for Lane County and will be a virtual one once again.

Last year, the spring game raised $24,743 and resulted in 87,000 pounds. 

To donate, please visit the site here.

Additional information about the spring game and where to get tickets will become available in the coming weeks.