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Ducks fail to make top4, but it is still early

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  • Started 3 years ago by paulwalker
  • Latest reply from duxrule

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  1. paulwalker

    The Ducks come in so close at #5, with a number of weeks to go. So...what does this mean? It means the Ducks must win out, including the conference championship, and even then, atleast one of the top 4 teams will need to lose. There are no head to head matchups left within the top 4, but a blow-out could change the voting.

    Posted on October 28, 2014 - 05:16 PM #
  2. duxrule

    All this first announcement shows is the need for Oregon to win the rest of its games. If they don't do that, then the rest of the discussion is moot.

    Posted on October 28, 2014 - 05:28 PM #
  3. Brianl

    Mississippi State still has to play Ole Miss, and Auburn and Ole Miss I believe play this weekend. Oregon is sitting in a fantastic position, all they need to do is win out. Their toughest test is this Saturday.

    Posted on October 28, 2014 - 06:07 PM #
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  5. paulwalker

    So it becomes week to week for the Ducks. If Stanford beats Oregon tomorrow, and both teams then win out, Stanford would gain entry into the Pac-12 championship based on conference record and head-to-head. A must-win for the Duckies. My eyes are focused on the OSU game, which almost everyone predicts the Ducks will win. In the short term, my eyes will be on Fox around 5:00 tomorrow.

    That being said, the Ducks have to travel to Utah, (no sloach), and as we all know anything can happen in Corvallis. Should be an interesting few weeks.

    Posted on October 31, 2014 - 06:43 PM #
  6. duxrule

    It's Stanford Monkey Stew on the UO training table tomorrow. Hopefully, that will fuel them to a win next week in SLC. The scenario prevails...If Oregon wins out, then they're in the playoff. :mrgreen:

    Posted on November 1, 2014 - 07:56 PM #