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2017 Schedule
3-0, 2nd in Pac 12 - North
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2dMel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay

Picking the conference champs after Week 3

Our two experts are split on which school will come out on top in the Pac-12. They can't even agree on which division the winner will come from.

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2dAdam Rittenberg

Week 3 Power Rankings: Make way for the Ducks

Oregon goes from unranked to No. 23 in the wake of another impressive offensive performance, this time at Wyoming. The Ducks will open conference play next Saturday at Arizona State.

Ducks surge for 4-yard TD (0:28)

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Odd but true: Oregon has scored 42 first-half points in consecutive games. Last week, against Nebraska, the Ducks were held scoreless in the second half and the same thing happened in the third quarter tonight against Wyoming.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

It hasn't been a good start to the season for Wyoming QB Josh Allen. Entering the season as one of the top NFL draft prospects for next spring, Allen has struggled against top competition, according to ESPN Stats & Info. Including the first half tonight against Oregon, Allen has completed 49% (42-86) of his passes to go along with 1 TD and 7 Ints in 3 career games against Power 5 teams.

Ducks tack on another TD in dominant first half (0:53)

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Since Wyoming QB Josh Allen slipped into the end zone for a 10-yard run late in the first quarter, Oregon's defense has held Wyoming to four plays, four plays, three plays, three plays and the Ducks have outscored the Cowboys 28-3 in the process. The Ducks have now scored 42 in the 1st half in each of their three games this season. Three straight games with 40+ points in the 1st half is tied for the longest streak in FBS since 2004.

QB sneak gets Wyoming on the board (0:24)

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon's offense is out-gaining Wyoming 272-60, but the defense has really come alive in the first half. Possible No. 1 draft pick Josh Allen is just 2 of 13 for 8 yards. Ducks up by 18

Ducks strike first on rushing TD (0:22)
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Ducks favored at Wyoming

Oregon has scored a combined 119 points in their two victories this season. ESPN's FPI gives the Ducks a nearly 90 percent chance to improve to 3-0 this weekend against Josh Allen and the Cowboys.


CFB Live: Should Nick Saban play 2 QBs?

The College Football Live crew wonders if Nick Saban should play 2 QBs, if Lamar Jackson and Baker Mayfield's play will transfer to NFL, if Wilton Speight is a concern at Michigan and if Willie Taggart can rebuild Oregon.

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Picking 'em off

The Ducks did something vs. Nebraska that they've accomplished only one other time since 2013. They had four interceptions, including two by Thomas Graham Jr. All of them came in handy, as Oregon pulled out a close 42-35 win.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Ohio defensive end Tyreke Smith is visiting USC this weekend for the game against Texas. Smith, the No. 152 ranked prospect, will also visit Alabama October 14 for its game against Arkansas, Penn State on an unofficial visit for its game against Michigan on October 21, Ohio State October 28 against Penn State, Oregon for its game against Oregon State November 25 and then take his official visit to Penn State in December 8.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon hangs on to beat Nebraska 42-35 after the Huskers' final drive cannot get off the ground as Jonah Moi's pressure forces Tanner Lee into an interception, his fourth of the day, picked off by Ugochukwu Amadi. Building blocks for both teams in Week 2.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Credit to Nebraska for a 21-0 comeback in the second half, the latter stages of it without top RB Tre Bryant. A tough task remains to be close the remaining seven-point gap with less than three minutes to play at Oregon.

Nebraska takes advantage of Oregon miscue (0:35)

Team Stats

Passing Yards323.718th
Rushing Yards285.312th
Points For56.02nd
Points Against23.0Tied-59th