Report: Former Ducks QB Nate Costa leaving UCLA for Oregon offensive analyst role

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According to Bruce Feldman of The Athletic, former Oregon Ducks quarterback and team captain Nate Costa is coming back to Eugene.

Costa, who played at Oregon from 2006-2010 and captained Oregon’s 2010 squad that went to the BCS National Championship Game, will leave his former college coach Chip Kelly at UCLA where he worked one season as an offensive analyst, and will take the same role for Mario Cristobal’s Ducks.

Costa was previously an offensive coordinator for IMG Academy in 2017 and was a grad assistant/assistant coach at Oregon from 2013-15.

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