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On Saturday the No. 2 ranked Oregon Ducks and No. 16 ranked Washington Huskies meet in a match-up of two Pac-12 schools.
Entering Saturday’s game the Oregon Ducks are 5-0 while the 4-1 Washington Huskies are trying to rebound from a loss to No. 5 Stanford last week.
Coverage of the game between Oregon and Washington will air on Fox Sports 1 beginning at 4:00 pm ET at Husky Stadium in Seattle, WA.
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The Odds: The Oregon Ducks are a 14 point favorite against the Washington Huskies. The over/under for this game is 76 total points.
Many expect the high scoring to continue when Oregon and Washington tangle. Will the Ducks move to 6-0 or will the Huskies pull off the upset?
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I am not sure how to describe this thing. It appears to have occurred during the College Game Day broadcast. Were they having a dance off or something? Was that What Does the Fox Say? song playing and these guys were showing some love for a fellow member of the animal kingdom?
I don't know, but I do know that I can't stop watching it.
Of course Oregon cheerleaders have their very own custom green and yellow "O" contact lenses. Would you expect anything less from the school that's fueled by Nike?
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