Nobody's all that worked up about marijuana use among college students, especially ones who live in Oregon, but ESPN's expose on the matter is certainly worth reading for portions like this:
At Oregon, there is a long tradition of players policing themselves. Several Ducks reference a "code" followed by teammates who handle weed-related matters in-house on a case-to-case basis. "Some guys who use marijuana go out and ball because they're relaxed," says former QB Akili Smith, "but if it affects his play, you sit him down and tell him, 'Yo, it's not for you.'?" Today, that code still stands. "If you're not hurting the team, everyone's cool with it," says a current Ducks player.
Oregon has responded with a statement, saying it does everything it can to keep players away from drugs.