McLaughlin: Oregon-UW Rivalry Preview with Rob Moseley

Spencer is joined by the long-time Duck Football reporter to look at the game with the Huskies

Posted on November 9, 2022


  By Spencer McLaughlin of Locked on Pac-12 for SuperWest Sports

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Oregon’s two biggest rivals in the Pac-12 are undoubtedly Washington and Oregon State, though both feel distinct from the other when game week approaches.

What makes matchups like the one with a Top 25 Washington team so enticing for Duck fans?

On today’s episode of Locked On Ducks, I’m joined by long-time Oregon Football reporter Rob Moseley (@DuckFootball) to take a mid-week look at the showdown with the Huskies on Saturday.

He shares his insight from covering Oregon’s practices on what some of the biggest areas are for the Ducks to work on, and how Dan Lanning and Co. work on such things at practice.

Washington football pac-12We get into previewing the game as well, looking at the sort of challenge that Washington brings with their prolific passing offense led by transfer QB Michael Penix Jr. at the helm.

And how will the Ducks fair in the first half without safety Jamal Hill, who was ejected for targeting against Colorado last week?

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