We are nine games into the Oregon Ducks' 2011 regular season and the weather has been extremely cooperative to date. Will that trend continue? For the answer, we turn to Oregon AMS Vice President Bobby Corser with Saturday's Duckcast:
Saturday, Nov. 11, 5:30 p.m. PT
"The Oregon Ducks make the trip to the Bay Area to play a very important game with both Pac-12 and national title implications. Oregon has focused on the Stanford Cardinal this week and it's a good thing the weather won't hamper any game planning. Showers will dot the landscape in the morning for ESPN’s College GameDay, but for the game, mostly cloudy skies will be the call. I don't see much of anything in terms of rain for this crucial contest between two Pac-12 North Division powerhouses. Temperatures will be in the 50s as the game goes along. If you're going to the game, make sure to wear green and cheer for the boys as Oregon continues its amazing season. Go Ducks!"
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Saturday's game will be televised by ABC to a national audience. If you're unsure of what channel ABC is on in your local market, click HERE.
BFF's The Duck and Coach Corso in Eugene for last season's UO/Stanford game.