After the Whistle: Ducks aim high in Wyoming; Beavers open Pac-12 play in Cougar country
EUGENE, Ore. - Oregon is off to Wyoming for its first test on the road, a non-conference game at high altitude against a team with a talented quarterback and an accomplished coach.
Oregon State opens Pac-12 play against Washington State in Cougar country.
This week on After the Whistle:
DUCK FOOTBALL: How important is the Wyoming game for the Oregon defense? They face Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen, who observers project will be a first round NFL draft pick.
Sky Muller joins the show on the phone from Laramie, Wyoming, where he will cover the Duck-Cowboy showdown at War Memorial Stadium. At 7,215 feet above sea level, it is the highest Division 1 FBS college football stadium in the nation.
BEAVER FOOOTBALL: Why has this team struggled so mightily to begin the season? Gina Mizell, the Beavers Football Beat Reporter for The Oregonian/Oregonlive.com, joins the show to preview the Oregon state at Washington State game.