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Ducks WR Mycah Pittman announces transfer

Sophomore Mycah Pittman is leaving Oregon after two-plus seasons (AP Images)

Oregon Ducks sophomore wide receiver Mycah Pittman is leaving the program, Mario Cristobal confirmed Wednesday.

Pittman, whose older brother Michael is shining in his second NFL season with the Indianapolis Colts, came to Eugene in 2019 as a highly-touted prospect.  In two-plus seasons, he totaled 38 receptions for 547 yards (14.4 yards/rec) and two touchdowns, both scored during his freshman year.  His 12 catches this season were seventh on the team.

Without Pittman, Oregon will turn to Johnny Johnson III, Devon Williams, Jaylon Redd, Kris Hutson and Troy Franklin as the main targets at wide receiver, with Travis Dye helping out of the backfield and Terrance Ferguson, Spencer Webb and Moliki Matavao impacting the pass game at tight end.

No. 3 Oregon visits No. 23 Utah this Saturday at 4:30pm on ABC.

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