Washington football: Scouting Week 10 opponent Oregon Ducks

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Johnny Johnson III #3 of the Oregon Ducks. (Photo by Alika Jenner/Getty Images)

Washington football will go head-to-head with the Oregon Ducks in Week 10.

The Washington football program has had one of the worst seasons that it has seen in a long time. It’s honestly a bit dumbfounding to think that this team has somehow found a way to win half of their games, but here they are sitting at 4-4 overall and 3-2 in the Pac-12.

The Huskies have four games remaining on the 2021 schedule and despite a season full of turbulence, they are still in the hunt for bowl game eligibility.

The program’s next game won’t bring them any sort of break as they head back home to take on the Oregon Ducks on Saturday, November 6th.

Oregon Ducks by the numbers

The Oregon Ducks have outscored opponents 289-186 through eight games this season.

The offense averages 36.13 points a game while their defense gives up an average of 23.25 points per game.

Oregon significantly outpaces opponents in terms of rushing but falls slightly behind in some areas when it comes to the passing game.

The Ducks have rushed for 1,639 yards total this season and average 204.9 yards per game. They have a total of 25 rushing touchdowns and average 5.4 yards per rush attempt.

As for the passing game, Oregon has thrown for 1,906 yards and averages 238.25 yards per game. They have 12 total passing touchdowns on the year and average 7.91 per attempt.

On the defensive side of the ball, the Ducks defense has done better at stopping the run than defending the pass. They have allowed an average of 131.6 rushing yards per game versus 261.13 passing yards, as well as nine and 14 touchdowns, respectively.

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