Eugene, Ore. -- Oregon offensive coordinator Marcus Arroyo discusses how Justin Herbert and Dillon Mitchell continue to improve as the season progresses. Herbert enters Saturday’s game with 205 consecutive passes, including 12 TDs, without an INT in a Pac-12 road game. And Mitchell has established himself as Herbert’s go-to receiver with 36 receptions and 510 yards over the last four games.
Oregon offensive coordinator Marcus Arroyo breaks down the game plan for the upcoming Arizona game and illustrates how valuable Justin Herbert is to the Oregon offense.
Posted: Oct 23, 2018 10:30 PM
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