Before reading Bobby Corser's formal report, I'm going to go out on a limb and predict that tomorrow's game time temperature will be at least the same as or slightly higher than it was at Friday's final run-through at Autzen Stadium, where it was teeth-chatteringly cold. Just thinking about it makes me want to put a beanie on. But the Ducks didn't seem to mind, resembling grade school kids by dashing around with the exuberance brought on by the clean, cold air. To see if that guess rings true, we turn to the Oregon AMS chapter president himself for the official Duck Cast:
Friday, December 3, 4 p.m. PT
"The Oregon Ducks have one last game remaining on the 2010 Pac-10 Schedule. It really feels like this journey started only yesterday. The Ducks have had to endure some weird weather this season including thunderstorms in Tennessee and hot temperatures in Tempe. Oregon has played through it all. As the team makes its way up I-5 heading to Corvallis, the weather will be the last thing the Ducks need to worry about. Mostly cloudy skies will be the call for the game. Their is a slight chance for some drizzle early in the morning. Temperatures will top out in the low 40's. Reser Stadium will be rocking as Oregon and Oregon State take to the field. College GameDay is onsite in Corvallis for this epic battle for state bragging rights and we know who Lee Corso is going to pick. If you are coming out early for the show, make sure the bundle up. If you're going to the game, take a coat as it will be chilly. Cheer on the Ducks wherever you are and lets finish this great season! Go Ducks!"
College GameDay Forecast:
Mostly Cloudy, temperatures at broadcast will be in the mid 30's. Slight chance of a sprinkle.
Mostly Cloudy, temperature at 42. Winds light out of the SW.
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