highlights notes (from Oregon's official report):
- Monday's session focused on installing the game plan for this week.
- Oregon had 15 different drives against Cal, compare to only eight last year against the Cardinal.
- Dwayne Stanford and Pharaoh Brown have both recently emerged as red zone targets
Quote of the day:
One mistake we might we might have made last year was putting a little too much focus on this game. In my mind it was circled at the beginning of the year. I think a lot of players had it circled in their minds [at the] beginning of the year.
--Scott Frost admitting there might have been too much emphasis on last year's matchup with Stanford.
- After 326 yards and five touchdowns against the Bears, Marcus Mariota was named the Pac-12 offensive player of the week for the second time this season.
- The Ducks look to have at least one injured starter back this week as Keenan Lowe looks to return after missing the last two weeks with a leg injury.
- Kevin Gemmell recaps the last five meetings with Stanford while Dave Lombardi previews week 10 of the Pac-12 season.
- Eugene prepares to make its pitch to host the 2019 World Track & Field Championships this week. Barcelona and Doha are also competing. A final decision is expected November 18.
- Former Duck Jake Reed will pitch in the Arizona Fall League's all-star game after pitching effectively in two different levels the Minnesota system last year.