Oregon Football: Which Remaining Opponent Poses Biggest Threat to Ducks?

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Oregon Football: Which Remaining Opponent Poses Biggest Threat to Ducks?
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Kenyon Barner and Marcus Mariota celebrate after Barner rushed in for a touchdown in Oregon's 62-51 win over USC.

It's three games before the Pac-12 Championship, and the Oregon Ducks are looking good—real good. If the Ducks can run the table in the North division and keep their swagger rolling into the conference championship game, Oregon may be staring a national championship right in the face.

Two of the the three teams Oregon will face in the next three weeks are ranked nationally in the BCS Top 25. Given that the Ducks are ranked No. 3 right now in the standings, these two wins could be the biggest factor in the computer system warming up to Oregon and propelling them into the No. 2 position.

Oregon took care of business down at the Coliseum with a win over the very talented USC Trojans. With the "biggest matchup of the year" behind them, we look to see what lies ahead for Oregon in the coming weeks.

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