It’s civil war time everyone, time for records to go aside, and let the two teams go at it.
The stakes are high for Oregon: win, and Oregon goes for the Roses next Friday. Lose, and it’s Alamo bowl. Let’s get cracking with the analysis.
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Oregon’s offense played only one quarter last week. If they play for four quarters, Oregon demolishes the Beavers and heads into their cupcake PAC 12 Matchup with newfound confidence. If they let OSU stick around, who knows what could happen.
I say Oregon finds itself quickly.
Oregon State: 17
Josh is a College Football enthusiast from sunny Southern California. He has written for several self-operated prep sports blogs, as well as multiple SB Nation sites. In High School, Josh played football for four years, and helped create and operate the team’s no-huddle system. Most of Josh’s football knowledge branches from watching College Football his entire life, and is backed up by his first hand experience in both option and spread offenses. Above all, though, he is a proud student at the University of Oregon.
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