[UPDATE] Oregon gives Tennessee their worst loss in 108 years. Check out the full coverage here. GO DUCKS!
The No. 2 Oregon Ducks take on Tennesse today in Autzen Stadium. With an SEC team coming to town, you know the Duck players are so scared. As the premier non-conference game on Oregon's schedule, Autzen should be rocking, with plenty of Tennessee fans in attendance. Here's what you need to know for today.
Time and Place: 12:30 PST in Autzen Stadium.
TV: ABC national broadcast.
Streaming: For those without access to cable or good old fashioned rabit ears on a TV, you might be out of luck. ABC does not provide streaming options and the game does not look like it'll be available through WatchESPN. (Note that ABC does have a live streaming website, WatchABC, but this requires a cable subscription authentication and is only available in certain markets.)
Odds: After opening as 20 point favorites, the Ducks are now favored by around 28 points, depending on where you're looking.
Injuries/Suspensions/etc.: The most notable absence in the game will be Tennessee DT Maurice Couch. The 6'2 304 pound lineman has been ruled ineligible for receiving improper benefits.
History: Oregon and Tennessee have met only once, three years ago in Neyland Stadium. Oregon overcame an early deficit to win 48-13.
Previews: We've unfortunately been a bit quiet at ATQ this week as most of us have been slammed with non-Oregon football related activities. But Takitmoto's video previews are a great place to start. The Tennessee fans over at Rocky Talk Top have some great previews as well, including a statistical preview by Joel Hollingsworth.
Stick around ATQ for all the latest from Eugene and around college football. We'll have open threads and recaps throughout the day. GO DUCKS!