By Anne M. Peterson - AP Sports Writer
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Oregon first-year coach Dan Lanning isn’t dropping any clues about his starting quarterback this season.“If I felt like it gave us a competitive advantage to tell you, I would,” Lanning said. “I don’t.”Fall camp has been a battle behind closed doors between transfer Bo Nix and redshirt freshmen Ty Thompson and Jay Butterfield. Nix, a fourth-year . . .