Oregon-Stanford, Baylor-Oklahoma and more with Dan Rubenstein
Dan Rubenstein joins Chip Patterson on the Eye On College Football to explain what is different about Mark Helfrich's first Oregon team and preview Week 11's biggest games.
Oregon's offense has looked unstoppable through eight games this season. But the Ducks looked unstoppable last season through ten games (still averaging 54.8 points per game) before Stanford slowed them down and pulled the 17-14 upset in overtime. So can the Cardinal do it again?
Dan Rubenstein, of SB Nation and the Solid Verbal Podcast, joins me on the Eye On College Football Podcast to break down Oregon-Stanford along Baylor-Oklahoma and LSU-Alabama. We also dive into some of the most intriguing stories to follow through the last month of the regular season, including Johnny Manziel's matchup against Missouri, Michigan State's Big Ten title hunt, Auburn, Duke and many more.
Dan knows Oregon (and wears Oregon) about as well as anyone I know, so I hope you enjoy his analysis on the Ducks. He makes a great argument for the 2013 team having the one of the best defenses in program history, and we talk about how important that will be to remain undefeated through the season's end. You can follow him on Twitter and be sure to check out Easy Call, Dan's weekly video with college football picks and delicious food, on SB Nation.
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