Well, that was a tough weekend. Hats off to Stanford for executing a perfect gameplan on Saturday. And now, we move on.
- As much as this loss stinks, it's important to remember that while it killed any outside chances at the BCS title game, the Ducks still control their own destiny to the Rose Bowl. And they'll get back out there today and work for that. For more player reaction, make sure to check out the videos after the jump.
- Though the Ducks dropped in the polls, ESPN picked up next week's Oregon/ASU game for a national telecast, with kickoff set for 7:20 PST.
- In terms of where the Duck football stands nationally, the big question is, "how in the world can Oregon be ranked below USC?" Chip Kelly isn't sure, and even Pete Carroll finds it surprising.
- Dom had us covered for all things basketball yesterday, but if you missed it, the Oregon men's basketball team won an exhibition game over Lewis and Clark by the score of 74-59. This game ends exhibition, with games that count starting on November 13th.
- For a bit more on the men's basketball team, All Pac-10 has their Oregon preview up, and picks the Ducks to finish 6th in the conference.
- The Duck women have really been shining, scoring 109 for it's second and final exhibition game, this one against Western Oregon. Whatever happens with the women's basketball team, it should be exciting to watch as new coach Paul Westhead pushes his players to play at a ridiculous pace.
After the jump, we have a bunch of videos, including basketball highlights, a breakdown of the Pac-10 this week, and post game reaction from the Duck football team.
Inside the Pac
Highlights from the men's basketball teams victory over Lewis and Clark
Highlights from the women's basketball teams victory over Western Oregon
Casey Matthews after Stanford
Jeff Maehl after Stanford
Jeremiah Masoli after Stanford
LaMichael James after Stanford
Mark Asper after Stanford
Spencer Paysinger after Stanford