The Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers face high-stakes in the 120th Civil War. Check out all the live stream information now.
Don’t let their records fool you. Despite the Ducks being 4-7 and the Beavers being 3-8, this Pac-12 game will be high-scoring.
The Ducks have had an up and down season culminated by a five-game losing streak, but they beat 12th-ranked Utah last week 30-28. Week-to-week, the Oregon Ducks have been that unpredictable program that’s fun to watch even though the result may not work out in their favor.
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Although Oregon is on the verge of missing a bowl game for the first time since the 2004 season, they will be in good shape this week against the Beavers.
Quarterback Justin Herbert has thrown for 1,756 passing yards, 18 passing touchdowns, and four interceptions on the season. Running back Royce Freeman leads the team in rushing yards with 839 rushing yards and eight rushing touchdowns.
The Oregon State Beavers snapped a five-game losing streak last week with a 42-17 win over Arizona. They’ll look to snap a seven-game losing streak to the Oregon Ducks in this week’s Civil War matchup.
Quarterback Marcus McMaryion threw for 265 passing yards and five touchdowns in the Beavers route of the Wildcats. It was the best game of McMaryion’s short career.
Running back Ryan Nall has been the Beavers’ best offensive weapon all season long since converting from tight end to running back. Nall has run for 796 rushing yards and nine touchdowns for Oregon State.
Unfortunately, the Beavers defense allows 222.3 rushing yards and 31.1 points per game, which explains their 3-8 record this season. With no defensive presence to stop opponents from scoring, its been a long road for head coach Greg Andersen and company.