Friday, Nov. 16, 12 p.m. PST
It's Oregon football, so every game is the "Super Bowl" from a preparation standpoint, but Saturday's contest against No. 14 Stanford truly is a monster matchup. The winner clinches the North Division and earns a spot in the Pac-12 Championship Game Nov. 30. The Ducks have been out on the road for a couple of weeks and will look to take full advantage of the Autzen Stadium energy and local weather. For the specifics on those weather conditions, here's AMS Vice President Bobby Corser with his Duck Cast:
"The Oregon Ducks return home following the two-game California road trip. Stanford comes calling for the final regular season game at Autzen. The Ducks have enjoyed decent weather the last two weeks, but this is Oregon in November and the weather doesn't always cooperate. We all know it never rains at Autzen Stadium, but Saturday's game will be wet. Rain showers will persist most of the day and into the evening. Temperatures will be in the lower 50s at kickoff and fall into the upper 40s as the game progresses. Winds will be breezy and it will make for an interesting game weatherwise. If you're going to the game, make sure to wear "BLACK" and cheer on the boys to another victory and send the seniors off with one more win. Go Ducks!"
SET YOUR DVR
Saturday's game will be televised nationally on ABC.