NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about why Oregon fans do not need to be worried about the Ducks being positioned at number three behind Flordia and Alabama in the initial BCS Poll. As could have been predicted by just about any fan of college football, Oregon fans were irate with the initial rankings. They cursed the BCS and SEC for placing their beloved team behind a Gators team that has really only faced one quality opponent this season while almost faltering to Texas A&M.
NWSB Editor and Writer Chris Anderson talks about Oregon’s jump to number two in the latest AP Poll. Though the AP Poll does not figure in the BCS National Championship chase, the ranking should give the Ducks greater attention by the media, thus allowing the rest of the nation to see the great team that the Duck faithful have witnessed in 2012.
Washington Huskies beat writer Matt Larkin tells us what a day Saturday was as the Washington Huskies defeated the Utah Utes to vault them up to 28th in the National polls. Keeping opponents off the board had been a big problem for UW so far and the Huskies’ pass rush was in major trouble with Hau’oli Jamora suffering a season-ending injury the week prior. And asks so what does it all mean?