The No. 13 Oregon Ducks (3-1) will face another Pac-12 team when they host the Stanford Cardinal (1-2) on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022 at Autzen Stadium. Read the article below for all the essential information, including how to watch this matchup on FuboTV.
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Oregon and Stanford statistics
- Oregon averages 9.2 points higher (39.5) than Stanford (30.3).
- Oregon has committed three more turnovers this season (4) than the Stanford defense has forced (1).
- Stanford put about the same number of points per game (30.3) on the board as Oregon allowed (31).
- Stanford has committed seven more turnovers this season (11) than Oregon has forced (4).
Oregon Players to Watch
- Bo Nix has 1,100 passing yards (275 ypg) to lead Oregon, completes 72% of his passes and has 10 touchdown passes and three interceptions this season. He also contributed on the ground with 120 rushing yards (30 ypg) on 26 carries with three rushing touchdowns.
- The team’s top rusher, Mar’Keise Irving, has carried the ball 38 times for 265 yards (66.3 per game), on one touchdown this year.
- This season, Noah Whittington has rushed for 178 yards (44.5 per game) on 35 attempts for a touchdown.
- Troy Franklin’s 339 receiving yards (84.8 yards per game) lead the team. He has 20 receptions with two touchdowns.
- Chase Cota has 163 receiving yards (40.8 yards per game) and has conceded 14 passes this year.
- Dont’e Thornton’s seven catches converted to 122 yards (30.5 ypg).
Stanford players to watch
- Tanner McKee has thrown for 814 yards (271.3 ypg) to lead Stanford, completing 67% of his passes and throwing six touchdown passes and four interceptions this season.
- The team’s top rusher, EJ Smith, has carried the ball 30 times for 206 yards (68.7 per game), with three touchdowns this year. He’s also caught eight passes for 63 yards (21 per game) and one touchdown.
- This season, Casey Filkins has 42 carries for 197 yards (65.7 per game) and two touchdowns while also catching six passes for 87 yards (29 per game).
- Michael Wilson’s team-leading 288 receiving yards (96 yards per game) came from 13 receptions with four touchdowns.
- John Humphreys has 122 receiving yards (40.7 yards per game) and one touchdown and has lapped seven passes this year.
- Elijah Higgins’ nine catches range for 103 yards (34.3 ypg).
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