Jan 2, 2012; Glendale, AZ, USA; Stanford Cardinal tree mascot performs against the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the 2012 Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium. Oklahoma State defeated Stanford 41-38 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Ducks vs Stanford, Oregon Loses 26-20

FINAL, Stanford 26//Oregon 20

It has been touted as the Pac 12 game of the year. November 7th is finally here  Duck fans. Marcus Mariota and the undefeated Oregon Ducks come in ranked #3 in the BCS and Stanford, although they have one blemish are still solid enough for a #5 spot in the BCS. The Cardinal look this season like they may have some issues on Defense. They have lost several players to injury including starting Defensive End Ben Gardner, who is lost for the year to an injury. Stanford does expect to get some injured players back for the faceoff with the Ducks.

On the other side Oregon comes in having beaten opponents this season – to this point, handily. They rank second in the nation in scoring and have a Quarterback whose Heisman moment is tonight. The stage doesn’t get much bigger for this one.

Oregon Ducks This Week:

Oregon Takes on Stanford With Pac 12 Title Game Bid Likely On The Line
Pac-12 Football Preview: Week 11
Oregon Ducks vs Stanford: Three Things We Should See
ESPN Bloggers Have a Change of Heart? Both Pick Oregon Ducks vs Stanford
Stanford Will Face Oregon Without Starting Defensive End Ben Gardner


What Others Are Saying:

High stakes await Ducks, Cardinal today
Canzano blog: If you’re watching Stanford-Oregon, sharpen your spear with this (The Oregonian)

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