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Good gosh....there are SIX Pac-12 teams in the top 25?  Be proud!

 

EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon is back in the top 10 of the College Football Rankings after coming in at No. 9 in Tuesday’s reveal on ESPN.

 

The No. 9 Ducks (9-2, 7-1 Pac-12) will close the regular season this Saturday, Nov. 26, against No. 21 Oregon State in Corvallis (12:30 p.m. PT, ABC). With a win, Oregon will advance to play No. 6 USC in the Pac-12 Championship Game on Friday, Dec. 2, in Las Vegas.

 

Oregon is the second-highest ranked Pac-12 team behind USC, followed by No. 13 Washington, No. 14 Utah, No. 18 UCLA and No. 21 Oregon State.

 

This is Oregon’s third top-10 CFP ranking this season and 18th all-time, and its 30th appearance in the top 25. The Ducks were one of four schools to play in the inaugural College Football Playoff in 2014.

 

Oregon's Resumé at a Glance
» Needs a win over OSU or a Washington loss to reach a fourth straight Pac-12 Championship Game.

» The only FBS teams to defeat three teams ranked in the AP top 15 at the time of the game.

» One of just three FBS teams to score 40-plus points at least eight times this season.

» One of just eight teams in the top 25 of both rushing offense (12th) and rushing defense (22nd).

» Tied for eighth nationally with just three lost fumbles; zero through the first nine games of the season.

» Leads the nation with a +7.3 point differential during the “middle eight” of games.

» No. 1 in the FBS with just three sacks allowed, four fewer than any other team in the nation.

» One of just two teams in the top 20 nationally in both rushing (12th) and passing offense (18th).

» No. 2 in the nation in first downs per game (26.9).

» No. 3 nationally in total offense (511.2 YPG) and No. 6 in yards per play (7.07).

» No. 4 in the FBS in scoring offense (40.2 PPG).

» QB Bo Nix is tied for the FBS lead in total touchdowns (40), and leads all FBS QBs in rushing TDs (14).

 

College Football Playoff Rankings – Nov. 22

1. Georgia (11-0)

2. Ohio State (11-0)

3. Michigan (11-0)

4. TCU (11-0)

5. LSU (9-2)

6. USC (10-1)

7. Alabama (9-2)

8. Clemson (10-1)

9. Oregon (9-2)

10. Tennessee (9-2)

11. Penn State (9-2)

12. Kansas State (8-3)

13. Washington (9-2)

14. Utah (8-3)

15. Notre Dame (8-3)

16. Florida State (8-3)

17. North Carolina (9-2)

18. UCLA (8-3)

19. Tulane (9-2)

20. Ole Miss (8-3)

21. Oregon State (8-3)

22. UCF (8-3)

23. Texas (7-4)

24. Cincinnati (9-2)

25. Louisville (7-4)

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