Oregon won't learn its bowl destination until Sunday, after the College Football Playoff committee releases its final rankings. 

Wherever they go, it appears the Ducks will have a healthy Justin Herbert at quarterback.

Herbert left Friday's Civil War with an apparent shoulder injury but isn't expected to miss extended time during the Ducks' bowl preparations. Coach Mario Cristobal expressed optimism about Herbert's prognosis after the game, with a source confirming Monday, "He's good."

Herbert left the game late in the second quarter after being sacked and landing on his right shoulder. Oregon hasn't given official word about his status, but there appears to be no concern that Herbert suffered a repeat of the collarbone injury that forced him to miss five starts last season.

Braxton Burmeister replaced Herbert in the second half and helped the Ducks pull away for a 55-15 victory.

"Justin took a shot on the sack," Cristobal said Friday. "We won't know until we get back and run some tests on him. It didn't seem like too big of a shot but enough that we had to keep him out and check on him a little bit more extensively."

Oregon coaches are on the road recruiting this week. Cristobal is expected to meet with reporters Sunday after the Ducks learn their bowl destination.