Pac-12 football is back.
This year, the clear favorite in the conference is Oregon. The Ducks are the No. 12 team in the country and Mario Cristobal’s program is seen as a legitimate College Football Playoff contender.
Tonight, Oregon will make its 2020 regular season debut against Stanford. The Ducks and the Cardinal are set to kick off in primetime.
Oregon’s cheerleaders are ready for their season debut, too. The Ducks’ cheerleaders – rocking masks – are ready for kickoff tonight.
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Oregon is a sizable favorite heading into tonight’s game and the betting line will probably be moving in the Ducks’ direction before kickoff. Stanford’s starting quarterback, Davis Mills, will not be playing. He’s out due to COVID-19 protocols.
Stanford officially announced the news moments ago.
— Stanford Football (@StanfordFball) November 7, 2020
Oregon and Stanford are set to kick off during president-elect Joe Biden’s speech to America. Here’s how to watch the game this evening, via 247Sports:
When: Saturday, November 7th, 4:30pm PT
TV: ABC and ESPN News (when ABC goes to Biden’s speech, switch to ESPN News).
Stream: WatchESPN app or Watchespn.com
Radio: SirusXM Channel 197 , Portland – 1080 AM, Eugene – 95.3 FM, Online – TuneIn.com/Ducks
Stanford and Oregon are scheduled to kick off at 7:30 p.m. E.T. The game will be televised on ABC.