Undefeated Huskies face the Ducks for Pac-12 title
The Oregon Ducks and Washington Huskies will meet for the second time this season in the Week 14 Pac-12 championship game. In their last meeting, Washington won 36-33. The most recent AP Top 25 has the Huskies at No. 3 and the Ducks at No. 5. In Week 13, the Huskies beat Washington State 24-21, and the Ducks beat Oregon State 31-7.
Ducks’ defense looks to slow down Penix Jr.
The Oregon defense has held the team’s last two opponents to 13 points or fewer. Here, it’ll look to reduce the offensive output of the Huskies. Michael Penix Jr. had 302 passing yards in the last meeting of these two teams, with four touchdowns and one interception. In his last performance against Washington State, Penix Jr. had 204 passing yards, two touchdowns, and one interception.
Huskies’ path to victory likely includes Penix Jr., Odunze
Of Penix Jr.’s four touchdowns in the most recent Washington-Oregon game, wide receiver Rome Odunze had two of them on eight passes for 128 yards. Against Washington State, Odunze had seven receptions of 120 yards and two touchdowns.
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Ducks vs. Huskies injury report: Who’s out, who’s starting
After Week 13, the Huskies and Ducks added one player to their injury reports: Gary Bryant Jr. for the Ducks and Giles Jackson for the Huskies.
Oregon Ducks Pac-12 championship injury update: Bryant Jr. questionable
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Washington Huskies Pac-12 championship injury update: Jackson redshirts