By Andy Patton, Ducks Wire: Everyone knows the Oregon Ducks’ run game will be dominated by the two-headed monster of CJ Verdell and Travis Dye, but the depth behind the two Doak Walker Award candidates remains questionable heading into Week 1.
Seven McGee and Trey Benson are competing for that No. 3 back role, with a nagging knee injury to Benson potentially paving the way for McGee to begin the season as the top depth option, although both are expected to see the field.
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The Oregon Ducks will be without running back Sean Dollars until around midseason with a nagging knee injury.
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