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2-2, 3rd in Pac 12 - North

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington's win was the first time this decade that Stanford or Oregon lost to another Pac-12 North team (other than themselves) by more than one score. In fact, the Cardinal and Ducks were 48-2 against the rest of the Pac-12 North this decade before the Huskies' win. We are finally witnessing a transfer in the balance of power in that division.

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Wazzu slightly favored over Oregon

ESPN's FPI gives Washington State a 58 percent chance to win at home against Oregon. The Ducks have lost two straight.

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Fallica isn't confident in the Ducks

Oregon is -1 against Washington State on the road, and considering the state of the Ducks' defense, that may be a point too many as far as Chris Fallica is concerned. Week 5 best bets

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2dKevin Gemmell

Week 5 in the Pac-12: What to watch for

The biggest thing to watch for in the Pac-12 in Week 5 is a top-10 matchup between Washington and Stanford, but that's not all you should watch.

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Freeman falls in updated #CFBrank

Oregon RB Royce Freeman, our preseason No. 7 player, drops all the way down to No. 39. He's missed two full games due to injury, but he's averaging more than 100 yards per contest. Updated #CFBrank

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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Some of the older Oregon players have voiced concern that there might be a sense of entitlement in some players. Oregon coach Mark Helfrich said that every coach always fights that. Last Saturday after the Colorado loss he had used the example that the "O" in Oregon also represents the number of extra points the team is given...0.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon running back coach Gary Campbell said that running back Royce Freeman is full go in practice this week. The junior was injured in the Nebraska game and sat out versus Colorado. In full, Freeman has probably played about two games worth of snaps this season, accounting for 325 yards and four touchdowns. Will be huge to have him back against Washington State.

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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon wide receiver Dwayne Stanford said that it took a nearly perfect game from the Ducks to win in Pullman in 2014. Against a hungry Washington State team that's coming off a bye, the Ducks might need to be perfect in 2016.

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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

A few of the Oregon upperclassmen called a player's only meeting following the Ducks' loss to Colorado. Running back Kani Benoit said it's necessary for the veterans to lead the underclassmen.

5dTom Luginbill

Scout's Take: ATH Jaylon Redd to Oregon

Oregon got back in the game Monday with a commitment from Under Armour All-American Jaylon Redd. Read below to see why this versatile athlete could land in a number of spots for the Ducks:What he brings: Redd is an undersized receiver/athlete/scatback with excellent speed to be a home run threat and make plays in space, but he is also a candidate to play cornerback on the next level.

Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon landed a commitment from the nation's No. 217 overall prospect, athlete Jaylon Redd. Redd has the ability to play cornerback or receiver in college and gives the Ducks another speedy athlete on that roster. He is the fourth ESPN 300 prospect to commit to Oregon in this class, joining cornerback Deommodore Lenoir, tight end Tre' McKitty and defensive end Langi Tuifua. It's also another recruiting victory in Southern California, as the Ducks now have five commitments from that area.

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Colorado handed Oregon its second straight loss. The Ducks hadn't lost consecutive games in a season since 2007 (three in a row after QB Dennis Dixon tore an ACL).

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Colorado holds off Oregon 41-38

Steven Montez threw for 333 yards and three touchdowns in his first career start and Colorado held off Oregon 41-38 on Saturday, the Buffaloes' first victory over the Ducks since 2011.

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Unbelievable, twisting one-handed catch for Colorado TD (0:44)

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Oregon quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. is in attendance at the Ducks game today. Just shouted out to Dakota Prukop as he and the Oregon offense take the field.

Team Stats

Passing Yards260.345th
Rushing Yards275.88th
Points For41.825th
Points Against32.596th

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