NWSB Editor Bryant Knox previews the 2013 Civil War between the Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers and explains why it is must-watch TV. At this point in the college football season, neither UO nor OSU is where they wanted to be. This game is about bragging rights, but it’s also about salvaging the year. Having players like De’Anthony Thomas, Marcus Mariota, Sean Mannion, Brandin Cooks, Byron Marshall and Thomas Tyner on the field doesn’t hurt, either.
NWSB Blogger Brian Scott weighs in on the 2013 Apple Cup between WSU and UW. With a bit of help from some other teams WSU could find themselves in Las Vegas for the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl. A loss for the Cougs likely sends them to Albuquerque for the New Mexico Bowl. A UW win gives them 8 wins on the year. They could be headed to San Francisco for the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl or may wind up in the Las Vegas Bowl if they should lose.
NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about the Apple Cup and Civil War and which one would be the one to tune into. Steeped in northwest tradition of providing you with great football games, both rivalry contests certainly have their own appeal to them, and tradition. Pitting Washington against Washington State, the Apple Cup has a storied tradition of having two of college football’s semi-traditional programs go head-to-head in contests that potentially decide conference champions.
NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson gives you his 5 can’t miss Pac-12 contests of the 2013 college football season. Here in Pac-12 land we are blessed to be able to witness some of the best teams go toe-to-toe year-in and year-out. Featuring some of the more storied programs in college football (USC, UCLA, and UW immediately come to mind), fans of the Conference of Champions really are given quite a treat every fall. Here are the five games you shouldn’t miss.
NWSB Editor Bryant Knox previews the 2013 college football season with five NW players who are primed to have massive years. Making the cut is Keith Price of the Washington Huskies, Scott Crichton of the Oregon State Beavers, Brett Bartolone of the Washington State Cougars, Marcus Mariota of the Oregon Ducks and De’Anthony Thomas, also from UO.
NWSB Insider Brant Knox breaks down the odds for NW Pac-12 team to make a run at a BCS National Championship. Bovada.lv has given the Oregon Ducks, Oregon State Beavers and Washington Huskies odds to win. The Washington State Cougars were left off the list, which isn’t too surprising if you watched them play in 2012—sorry Cougs fans.
NWSB Insider Brant Knox breaks down which NW Pac-12 players will enter the 2013 college football season with a chance to win the Heisman Trophy. Keith Price of the Washington Huskies and Marcus Mariota and De’Anthony Thomas of the Oregon Ducks are the pre-season favorites out of the Northwest. Thomas Tyner of the Ducks is an honorable mention, as the Heisman Pundit has listed him as a future candidate from the 2013 recruiting class.
NWSB blogger Jon Irwin takes a look at Washington’s, Oregon State’s and Oregon’s bowl projections. With the BCS shakeup over the last two weeks, only one NW team seems destined for a major bowl game. But all three teams are still destined for interesting matchups and great games. Marcus Mariota, Keith Price and Sean Mannion or Cody Vaz will all get one more game this year to impress.
NWSB Insider Jeff Budke ranks the college football coaches in the northwest region of the United States. The regular season is wrapping up this Saturday with rivalry weekend in the northwest. The Apple Cup and Civil War may not decide a champion in the Pac-12, but the games still mean plenty for the four schools involved.
NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox brings us a piece about the Top 5 most underrated college footballers currently playing in the Pacific northwest. Kenjon Barner, Jordon Poyer, Sean Mannion, Travis Long, and Keith Price all make the list. With the surprise Oregon State Beavers squad this year, two Beavers make the list.
NWSB Insider and Oregon Ducks blogger Bryant Knox brings us a piece about Top 5 most electifying college footballers currently getting it done in the Pacific northwest. Kenjon Barner, Kasen Williams, Marcus Mariota, Marquess Wilson and De’Anthony Thomas all make the list. Oregon, Washington State, and Washington are all represented. Sorry Oregon State.
NWSB Editor and Writer Chris Anderson talks about the traits of every northwest Pac-12 college football coach. Whether it is Riley’s consistent coaching at Oregon State, Kelly’s innovative offense at Oregon, Sarkisians ability to resurrect a program from the dead, or Leach’s all-out air assault, each of these coaches have certain characteristics that make them some of the best in college football.