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College Football has been wondering if anyone can take down the mighty Crimson Tide of Alabama University. The same team that has won three of the last four BCS Championships and on track to win third in a row, a feat that has not been done since Army won three in a row in 1944-46. Who has the team, scheme on both offense and defense and the momentum to stop the streak? Here are a couple of teams possible in beating the Tide...
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Colorado opened as a 38.5-point underdog against Oregon, so they're going to need all the help they can get to upset the Ducks this Saturday. They just got some from the Oregon training staff.
Running back De'Anthony Thomas, who had already accounted for 485 yards and 6 TDs through three games this season, injured his ankle on the opening kickoff of last Saturday's...
Oregon State had good success throwing to the tight end against the Buffalo defense, hook routes at the sticks, flat routes at the goal line, drag routes. So far Lyerla's junior season has been one of frustration, nagging injury, illness and false starts, and he's too talented to waste. The Ducks have three very talented tight ends and a four one with good work...
Everybody has a plan until you hit them in the mouth.
For the Ducks this weekend at Colorado, the keys are simple:
1. Create a sense of inevitability with a solid start. Establish an offensive rhythm and efficiency to take to Seattle next week in a pivotal road game.
2. Contain Paul Richardson. The Colorado wide receiver started the season with a pair of 200-yard games, and he...
No. 2 Oregon (4-0, 1-0 Pac-12) at Colorado (2-1, 0-1), 4:07 p.m. MT (Pac-12 Network)
Line: Oregon by 39.
Series record: Oregon leads 9-8.
WHAT'S AT STAKE
The Ducks head to Folsom Field with a streak of 16 straight wins in an opponents' stadium, the longest mark in the nation. The Buffaloes play at home for the first time in three weeks after a devastating flood hit the...