I understand why people like Stanford, and I've been in the front car of the Washington bandwagon. But we should be talking about the Pac-12 North as a three-way race.
So it comes again. Cal v. Oregon, the great battle between the two pre-eminent spread offenses in the Pac-12. Both teams are hungry: Cal reeling from a 0-3 slide and Oregon trying its best to grasp...
The Ducks have a little bit of trouble defending the pass. Can you think of anyone who might benefit from that? Anyone at all?
One of the country's true elites over the last seven years looks like nothing special after losing by 42 at home. Can it rebound?
Be they from offense, defense, or special teams, Michigan State and Oregon are going to produce plenty of big plays on Saturday night in East Lansing.
Oregon will be Mariotaless this year, will start a graduate transfer at QB, has a very young secondary, lost two all conference linemen to graduation and a talented RB to a preseason surgery. And...
Oregon's got obvious question marks, but the Ducks are still the surest thing in an improving Pac-12.
The Ducks are one year further removed from Chip Kelly and now embark on life without Marcus Mariota. Is their window closing?