Civil War, Oregon State vs. Oregon: James Rodgers Questionable, Ducks Defense Beat Up

The Civil War is seemingly always closely contested and both programs enter the game with most of their skill players ready to go. With a big crowd expected at Autzen Stadium and the Pac-12 North on the line, it should be a raucous environment in Eugene.

The big name on the injury report for the Oregon State Beavers is James Rodgers, who is questionable with a sprained ankle. The electric playmaker is a keystone piece for the OSU offense and his loss would be huge. Most believe he will play, but a wrong twist or turn could end his day quickly.

The Oregon Ducks have various injuries to their defensive unit, although they will have all of their offensive weapons at their disposal, including LaMichael James. Linebackers Boseko Lokombo and Dewitt Stuckey are both questionable for today's game, while DE Dion Jordan and CB Anthony Gildon may not play for undisclosed reasons.

The full injury report can be found here.

For more on this game and much more, head on over to Addicted To Quack and Building The Dam.

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