Stanford vs. Oregon 2012: game time, TV schedule, odds and more

Ezra Shaw

The Cardinal will travel to Eugene to take on the Ducks in a battle that will likely determine the winner of the Pac-12 North.

The Stanford Cardinal will travel to Eugene to take on the Oregon Ducks in a Pac-12 conference game on Saturday.

Oregon(10-0, 7-0) will bring its high-octane offense, 14-game winning streak and 32-2 conference record under head coach Chip Kelley to face a talented team led by Stepfan Taylor and its rushing attack. The Cardinal (8-2, 6-1) have had issues in the passing game, and head coach David Shaw decided to bench former starter Josh Nunes in favor of redshirt freshman Kevin Hogan just a week ago.

The last five trips to Oregon haven't been kind to the Cardinal, as they've lost in each of those contests. The top-ranked Ducks are favored by 20 points at home, and have outscored Stanford by a margin of 59-14 in second halves over the last two years. Kenjon Barner will look to continue his torrid pace as he leads Oregon's powerful offense with 1,360 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns on the ground.

Kickoff is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. PT at Autzen Stadium and the game will be broadcast on ABC.

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