Oregon Ducks vs Georgia State: Three Things I’ll Be Watching

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Sep 12, 2015; East Lansing, MI, USA; Michigan State Spartans running back LJ Scott (3) is tackled by Oregon Ducks defensive lineman DeForest Buckner (44) prior to a game at Spartan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

Will Interception Saturday Win The Day vs Georgia State?

Regardless of the Offensive Peformance last weekend against Michigan State, the Oregon Defense came to play and stood tall when they needed to. It was their most impressive performance on the young season, despite giving up thirty-one points. As a unit they did what they needed to do to keep Oregon in the game and were able to get the ball back in the hands of the Oregon Ducks Offense. (Oregon had a chance to win it in the end with what likely would have been the final possession of the game). This weeks opponent is no Michigan State and their leading Wide Receiver, Penny Hart, is five foot nine.

The Ducks front seven have an advantage in the Panthers Rush attack lost two key players last game, one in Taz Bateman for the season with a broken forearm. It will be up to the secondary to make the plays in what could end up being a one-dimensional attack from the Panthers on Saturday at Autzen Stadium.

The Oregon Ducks are favored by forty-five points.

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