Oregon Ducks (6-3) at Stanford Cardinal (8-1)Kickoff Time:
Saturday, November 14, 7:30 PMLocation:
Stanford Stadium, Stanford, CaliforniaTV Schedule:
The Ducks have turned their season around with four wins in their last five games, and still retain an outside shot at the Pac-12 North title. No. 7 Stanford can clinch the division Saturday with a win and a Washington State loss.
Players to watch
- Ducks quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. has thrown for 615 yards and accounted for nine touchdowns (eight passing, one rushing) in the past two games.
- Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey is the only FBS player so far this season to have accumulated over 2,000 all-purpose yards.
- Oregon leads the Pac-12 in total offense and scoring offense, and put up a program-record 777 yards last Saturday.
- Stanford leads the Pac-12 in total defense, and allows 20.2 points per game -- second-fewest in the conference.
- Oregon (304.8) is the only Pac-12 team averaging more than 300 yards rushing per game.
- Stanford leads the Pac-12 averaging 35 minutes, 16 seconds of possession time per game.
- Ducks running back Royce Freeman leads the Pac-12 with 1,287 rushing yards, while McCaffrey is second with 1,207.
- Oregon kicker Aidan Schneider is 16-of-17 on field goals this season, and leads the Pac-12 with 102 points.
- Stanford leads the all-time series 46-31-1.
- Oregon linebacker Christian French is questionable with an arm injury.
- Stanford receiver Devon Cajuste is questionable after suffering a head injury last Saturday.