Oregon Meets Stanford With Its Future on the Line

Joshua Whitted Editorials 36 Comments

There’s a buzz building in Eugene. The Ducks have gotten off to a 3-0 start, and are welcoming College Gameday back to Eugene for the first time since 2014. Fans and prognosticators alike are beginning to jump on the Oregon bandwagon, and many have the Ducks pegged as a sleeper for a conference championship or even a playoff berth. There’s good …

Ducks Downed in East Lansing

Tyler Timm FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 6 Comments

“Revenge,” “redemption” and “heavyweight fight” were all used to describe Michigan State’s much anticipated top-10 showdown with Oregon on Saturday night. “We have lost 3 of our last 30, and we know what teams we lost to,” Spartan coach Mark Dantonio stated in an interview with mlive.com earlier in the week. The 46-27 loss a year ago to the Ducks was still very fresh in …

Three Predictions Kirk Herbstreit Wants Back

Josh Hall FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 0 Comments

It would be quite a mixed bag to be a nationally recognized TV analyst. Private flights, shocking paychecks, and tailored suits would often be overshadowed by ignorant twitter fights, unfair accusations of homer-ism, and those pesky “expert” picks gone wrong. It isn’t easy to have your opinions be so publically on the record, and you and I should be grateful …

Playoff & Pac-12 Update: The Wait is Over

Steven Holstad FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 0 Comments

It’s finally – finally! — football season! As the first weekend of college football wraps up, don’t expect any major changes when it comes to rankings, especially at the top. However, expect one major theme to be consistent with all top programs, there are still kinks to work out, and there is still work to do. Florida State Let’s start with the …

Did You Guys Just Get Here? Washington’s First College GameDay Saturday

Nathan Roholt FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 8 Comments

30fps.mocksession.com It was the logical choice for ESPN’s College GameDay: Washington, who was ranked 16th in the nation, and also a team coming off a three-point road loss to a top-five school, is now having their biggest rival — the nation’s second-ranked program — come to town in the highest-ranked matchup in college football last Saturday.  Yet, the fact that …