Welcome once again to your weekly look at what the rest of the nation is saying about The Ducks. Needless to say, it was far more difficult to find content this week than last, but here are few tasty morsels for you people to enjoy. *Please note, there are links hiding in the headlines (not that anyone reads them).
Interesting article about KT though it is behind a paywall, I’m afraid.
Oregon’s odds to win the National Championship went up, according to ESPN’s Football Power Index, while the odds to win the Pac-12 Conference dropped. https://t.co/9yiAcvrf6a— Ducks Wire (@Ducks_Wire) September 22, 2021
Yes, yes, we know, we know, Oregon plays to the level of its competition.
This seems problematic for Oregon’s next opponent:
Remaining Games Projected as the Favorite to Win According to ESPN’s FPI:— WestCoastCFB (@WestCoastCFB) September 22, 2021
1. Oregon - 9
2. USC - 8
3. Washington - 7
4. Oregon State - 6
5. UCLA - 5
5. Utah - 5
7. ASU - 4
8. Stanford - 4
9. Cal - 3
10. WSU - 1
10. Colorado - 1
12. Arizona - 0
Ho hum, more awards
#Pac12FB Defensive Player of the Week, presented by @Nextiva: Verone McKinley III.— Pac-12 Conference (@pac12) September 20, 2021
Full release ➡️ https://t.co/9Y8X3LKkFu#GoDucks | @oregonfootball pic.twitter.com/8gRZNf8YAd
Do we REALLY want ‘Bama?
The ‘Experts’ don’t think Saturday’s game will be close (neither do I).
Jon Wilner has released his Pac-12 rankings for this week for all 13 Pac-12 teams. pic.twitter.com/eCtH3GDPM7— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) September 21, 2021
One more fascinating picture from Mario C’s little ‘chat’ with Stony Brook’s Coach Priore. The look on the face of the kneeling Oregon assistant coach (who I am still unable to identify, sadly) is priceless.
Mario Cristobal was not happy with Stony Brook's Chuck Priore. AP photo. pic.twitter.com/YLX5gNoCfk— James Crepea (@JamesCrepea) September 19, 2021