After clinching the Pac-12 North Division with Saturday's Civil War win, the Ducks move on to the bonus round and will host South champ UCLA in the inaugural conference championship game Friday.
Thursday, Dec. 1, 9:30 p.m. PT
Fans will find that their surroundings will look a bit different at Autzen Stadium, which is all dressed up in Pac-12 wrapping paper, but Don Essig's standing forecast that it never rains should ring true. But, just in case, we check in with Oregon AMS Vice President Bobby Corser for the official Duckcast:
"The Oregon Ducks welcome UCLA to Eugene for the first Pac-12 title game. Oregon comes into the game after a convincing win over Oregon State. UCLA comes in after getting beat by USC. The weather for the game will not be a story. High pressure has settled into the area and there is no rain anywhere near. There is a chance of fog during the early afternoon and into the evening. Mostly clear skies will be the call for the game. Temperatures at kickoff will be near 40 degrees and quickly falling toward freezing as the game goes on. A light wind will make it feel a bit colder. If you are going to game, make sure to dress warmly! Wear green and cheer on Oregon for a chance at warmer weather in Pasadena! Go Ducks!"
SET YOUR DVR
Saturday's game will be televised nationally on FOX. Check your local listings or click HERE for the FOX affiliate in your area.