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Our reporter Paul Danzer breaks down the Ducks roster through six stories on each position group

PMG PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Oregon football defensive lineman Popo Aumavae chases after the Fresno State quarterback Sept. 4, 2021 at Autzen Stadium in Eugene., Portland Tribune - Sports Brandon Dorlus tops solid list of returnees, while key transfers could bolster the Oregon defense. Oregon football's defensive front looks to be deep in 2022

Plenty of change occurred in Eugene over the offseason for Oregon football.

Mario Cristobal went home to coach Miami and was replaced with Georgia defensive coordinator Dan Lanning coming off a national championship with the Bulldogs.

Bo Nix, a grad transfer from Auburn, brings another big talent to the quarterback spot to highlight plenty of offensive changes.

Oh, and UCLA and USC are only going to be around in the Pac 12 for another couple of seasons before bolting for the Big Ten in 2024. The Ducks next move is still TBD.

All that to say the 2022 season is another one full of high expectations for the Ducks who open the season Sept. 3 in Atlanta against defending champion Georgia.

With fall camp almost here, our Ducks reporter Paul Danzer spent the summer breaking down Oregon's roster by position group. You can check out each of those stories below and follow along as the final one is posted Aug. 1.

OFFENSIVE LINE: Experienced offensive line a foundation for Oregon football

DEFENSIVE LINE: Oregon football's defensive front looks to be deep in 2022

OFFENSIVE SKILL: Can young skill players make Oregon football more explosive?

DEFENSIVE BACKFIELD: Oregon football has star power at linebacker, new defensive backs

QUARTERBACKS: Oregon football's history of standout quarterback play should continue

SPENCER WEBB DEATH: On Spencer Webb, a life worth celebrating for overcoming the odds

SPECIAL TEAMS: Will Oregon football's special teams be special in 2022?

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