1. Oregon had an ugly game and still won by millions of points. Did you notice anything from any of the new playmakers?
5. Oregon now faces the most competitive version of Washington they've ever getting in the Steve Sarkisian era. What are the biggest concerns about facing this improved team?
I have full faith in Oregon's defense so Washington's new offense really isn't going to be the deciding factor in the game, simply because Oregon will find a way to get some stops. The real question is whether or not Washington's defense can get stops. While Justin Wilcox's game-planning is a real hot topic, Wilcox's last two go-arounds against Oregon's offense haven't gone very well (52 points allowed in 2012 and 48 points in Neyland Stadium in 2010). Of course, Oregon's offensive line has looked spotty for a few plays here and there over the past few weeks so it will be interesting to see how the Ducks handle a better defense for four quarters. The key to the game will be how Oregon's offensive line performs against a good Husky defensive front.