The following contains matchup details and live broadcasting information for the NCAAF – College Football – Pac-12 showdown between No. 2 Oregon (8-0, 5-0 Pac-12) and No. 6 Stanford (7-1, 5-1) on Thursday night at Stanford Stadium, which is expected to load up the entire 50,545 capacity.
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The Ducks travel to Stanford fired up for Thursday night’s rematch, especially after listening the media going on-and-on about their shocking defeat last year.
“If our guys use last year as a motivational factor to practice harder … we’ll take it,” coach Mark Helfrich said. “Any external motivation that was used to prepare, great.”
The clash is expected to be a very interesting battle as the Ducks know how to score and the Cardinal likes to keep teams scoring low.
Oregon is averaging more than 55 points a game, while Stanford are allowing fewer than 20 points. The winner will certainly have a strong case for the Pac-12 title, in addition to strengthen their stands in the BCS.
ON THE AIR
Television: ESPN with ESPN with Rece Davis (pxp), David Pollack and Jesse Palmer (analysts), and Heather Cox and Samantha Ponder (reporters). Radio: Oregon IMG with Jerry Allen (pxp) and Mike Jorgensen (analyst). Free audio stream available via TuneIn.com. Satellite Radio: Sirius 86, XM 86.
•Stanford leads the all-time series, 45-30-1, including a 28-14-1 mark at home, but the Ducks have won nine of the last 11 overall meetings and four of the last five on “The Farm”.
•The Cardinal dealt the Ducks their only loss a season ago, 17-14 in overtime at Autzen on Nov. 17, 2012.
More Series Notes
First meeting: 1900 at Stanford – Stanford 34, Oregon 0
Last meeting: 2012 at Oregon – Stanford 17, Oregon 14 (OT)
Series streak: Stanford – W1 (2010-11)
Longest win streaks: Stanford – 11 (1900-29) • Oregon – 7 (1957-63, 2002-08)
•No team in college football has more plays of 20+ yards (71) than Oregon, while the Ducks’ defense has allowed the fewest (19) such plays.
•Oregon has won 18 straight non-neutral site away games since falling, 51-42, at Stanford on Nov. 7, 2009.