What to Watch: Oregon Ducks v. Arizona State

By Rylee Mathis Posted September 19, 2012

The Oregon Ducks are playing Arizona State on September 22. The Ducks have played three games already to start their season and have so far been successful.

On September 1 the Ducks dominated Arkansas State 57-34. The second game they played on September 8 was against Fresno State, they won 42-25. The third game was against Tennessee Tech. The Ducks won 63-14. Hopefully, this winning streak continues as they get ready to play Arizona State. The Sun Devils have played three games this season as well. The close loss of 24-20 to Missouri.

U of O and ASU have an interesting pasts. When one of the teams began a winning streak, the opposing team struck back with a streak of their own. The games are close sometimes, but according to AZCentral.com, Oregon has had the most wins when the two teams are matched up.

It’s hard to tell who will win when it comes to the Ducks against the Sun Devils. Three games can’t decide the future for the Ducks and definitely not for the Sun Devils.

The game will be at 7:30 pm ET on ESPN. If you’re into college football, it’s going to be an exciting game to watch.

Missouri wide receiver L’Damian Washington (2) tries to grab a pass as Arizona State cornerback Deveron Carr (1) defends in the fourth quarter at Faurot Field on Saturday, September 15, 2012, in Columbia, Missouri. Missouri prevailed, 24-20. (Shane Keyser/Kansas City Star/MCT)