Monday, April 27, 2015

Oregon OC Scott Frost downplays concern for the Duck's post-Mariota future.

Marcus Mariota with Scott Frost. Photo via The Daily Emerald.

Oregon fans will be watching the 2015 NFL Draft closely to see which team picks the Ducks' former starting quarterback, Marcus Mariota. More than a few of them will probably do so with a touch of apprehension for the program's future without him.

That apprehension isn't shared by Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost, apparently. Frost explained to FOX Sports Stewart Mandel that concern for the program's future are nothing new.

"I've been hearing that Oregon's done for about four years," joked Frost. "... Every time we've lost a player around here that people assumed we couldn't live without, the program's found a way to get it done."

The candidates for the Oregon starting QB position for the 2015 season include junior Jeff Lockie, and transfer Vernon Adams Jr.. Adams spent the past three seasons as QB for FCS school Eastern Washington.

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