This is the game of the week, and a little Heisman shine is available for which quarterback wins. I expect a high-scoring battle, and the surviving team becomes a serious College Football playoff contender.
Oregon’s defense does a fantastic job at getting into the backfield and forcing mistakes, yet is not creating as many turnovers.
Oregon’s four takeaways against Texas Tech helped secure an otherwise tricky 38-30 road victory, but that has been about it with no turnovers being forced over its past two games. Although Washington may turn it over once or twice during a game, their lack of turnovers won’t amount to much damage in terms of turnover percentage or volume.
On top of all that comes competition. Texas Tech will likely raise their level, and Colorado will likely reach six wins, but Oregon’s schedule has not been impressive.
Oregon upped their game against Colorado, but despite all of the hype, they don’t stand up as expected. Washington not only beat Boise State and Arizona – along with a California team which should’ve taken care of Auburn – but also outwitted their Broncos and Bears before defeating Michigan State 41-7!
Penix Jr. has been an absolute masterful performer against everyone he has faced this season, never falling below 73% passing in any game, connecting his deep shots without issue, and taking total command over every aspect of play.
Oregon’s key to victory lies in applying pressure to QB Michael Penix Jr. This task may prove more challenging than anticipated as their offense is designed to get the ball away quickly from him and their exceptional O line plays an essential role in keeping Michael upright and healthy.
Pressure will be the key to rattling Penix.
They sacked Shedeur Sanders seven times during a dominant victory against Colorado and got five hits on Stanford two weeks ago – anything to speed the process will certainly help! Though these victories alone might not bring down Penix immediately, any speedier route to his demise would certainly make an impactful difference.
Oregon has allowed as many sacks as Washington on offense, and its line and ground game have been extremely effective.
I am going with Penix for the win here, they are at home and I do not think the Ducks will pressure the QB enough to win this game. Washington 38 Oregon 30.
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