Offense is king in Washington, how can the Ducks stop Keith Price, and “the best running back in the PAC 12 despite LaMichael having better stats even with his injury”? The answer is simple, they’ll outscore the Huskies and their dynamic “multiple-set” attack.
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Oregon and UW will trade blows for the greater portion of the game, and the added environment of the twilight of Husky Stadium’s original incarnation will keep Washington in this game until the end. The place will be rocking, and Oregon will get two key stops and go ahead by two possessions late.
Ducks sneak by the Huskies:
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