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Washington Huskies vs. Oregon Ducks: Game time, TV schedule, odds, streaming and more

The Ducks look to make it 11-straight against Washingten, and keep their playoff hopes alive.

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Time and Place: 5:00 Pacific, Autzen Stadium, Eugene, Oregon

TV: FOX Sports 1

Radio: In Oregon, you can listen on the Oregon Ducks Radio Network. Without a radio, listen on the TuneIn Radio Oregon IMG Network.

Streaming: Fox Sports Go

Odds: Oregon opened as 19-point favorites, and the spread now hovers just above 20 points.

Previews: You can tell it's hate week. While some have tried to downplay the rivalry, Rusty Ryan gives his annual primer on what the hate is all about, while Sean says the it's alive and well. For more football talk (and if you have some time to burn before kickoff) check out the latest Slingin' Quack podcast. Meanwhile, most of the guys at the Dawg Pound have decided to do away with realism and picking the Dawgs to finally break Oregon's win-streak.

When it gets to this part of the season, every game is big. Each game can determine the goals for the rest of the year. Win, and Oregon continues to be in great shape to win the Pac-12 North and stays in the hunt for the playoffs. Lose, and the Playoff dream is dead and the hope for a Pac-12 title grows much dimmer. Oregon's loss to Arizona has ensured that the Ducks now have no room for error.

But Oregon is in great shape against the Huskies. The Ducks have one of the best offenses in the country and an offensive line that is coming together. Oregon's defense, though it's had some problems should be able to limit a Washington offense that hasn't impressed much this year.

On both sides of the ball, it sounds like the Ducks have taken the lessons learned from the the Arizona loss and the UCLA win to heart, and have brought the extra effort in the preparation this week. And with Duck royalty in the house and on the 20th Anniversary of the pick, you have to hope the Ducks will play up to the level we know they're capable of. If they can play at that level for most of the game, this won't be a contest. But that's still in question. We need to see the Ducks perform consistently for at least a couple games before we can depend on that level of performance.

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