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Oregon's 2018 Football Schedule Is A Joke

An Oregon cheerleader is ready for her team's game against LSU.

ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 03: A Oregon Ducks cheerleader at Cowboys Stadium on September 3, 2011 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Oregon's 2018 football schedule is easy. It's embarrassingly easy, actually.

Noted college football analyst Phil Steele released his strength of schedule rankings earlier this month. The Ducks have by far the easiest schedule of any Power 5 team.

Oregon's 2018 schedule is one of the easiest of any program in the country. It ranks No. 122 out of No. 130.

The non-conference games are laughable: Bowling Green, San Jose State and Portland State. All of those games are coming at home.

In the conference, Oregon avoids USC. Tough games against Stanford and Washington come at home.

Here's the full schedule:

Oregon 2018 schedule

This is Oregon's 2018 football schedule.

Oregon should be good in 2018, assuming the Ducks have health at the quarterback position (which they did not in 2017).

With this schedule, they should be better than expected.

You can view the full strength of schedule rankings here.