Pac-10 Football: Why the UCLA Bruins Will Humiliate the Oregon Ducks in 3-D

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Pac-10 Football: Why the UCLA Bruins Will Humiliate the Oregon Ducks in 3-D
Akeem Ayers leaps for a goal-line pick six in UCLA's last game against Oregon

As a three-plus touchdown underdog heading into one of the most hostile football environments on the west coast, nobody is giving the Bruins much of a chance against the No. 1-ranked Oregon Ducks this Thursday night.

UO has had a remarkable season, stepping up to the challenge of humbling each opponent on the schedule by double-digits thus far. Headed into their bye week with extra time to prepare for a .500 program with quarterback issues, Duck Nation has to be brimming with confidence.

But Oregon had not better sleep on UCLA, because this game, scheduled to be televised nationally on ESPN in 3-D (on the few televisions that have this newfangled capability), may not be the drubbing that most prognosticators envision. In fact, the Ducks can lose to the Bruins, as they have 38 times over the course of their history. Here are six reasons why:

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