Oregon Football: 6 Reasons Why This Team Is Different from 2010's

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Oregon Football: 6 Reasons Why This Team Is Different from 2010's
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It seems every media outlet is saying the same thing.

Oregon will be the team to beat for the No. 2 spot in the BCS standings come seasons end.

After a 730 yard, 62 point performance against No. 17 USC in Los Angeles, Oregon leap-frogged Notre Dame to take the No. 3 BCS ranking, and are now predicted to be the No. 2 team in the country by the time bowl season comes around. 

If Alabama continues to roll then it would be an Oregon-Crimson Tide match-up to decide the 2013 National Championship.

This time around, Oregon has the tools to play better than they did against their past two SEC opponents.

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