11/7 At Cal
11/14 Oregon State
11/27 At Washington State
12/12 At Oregon
12/19 – Pac-12 Champioship/Crossover Game
It’s getting laughable at this point. UW’s schedules are always set up to benefit Oregon. If you privately asked both coaching staffs when they would rather play eachother, UW’s would say the first game of the season and Oregon’s would say the last game of the season. UW has more players returning and are way more ready to play to start the season than Oregon is. Oregon needs more time for their team to get better and they need as much film on UW’s new offense as possible to even have a chance against UW. UW knows what Moorehead is bringing to the table but JD is more of a mystery.
On top of that, they’ve got UW playing Stanford and Oregon back to back as always. What are the fucking chances that keeps happening over and over again and is just a coincidence? Probably less than 1% at this point. Stanford isn’t the team they used to be, but they’re always a physical team no matter how good or bad they are and always play some of their best games of the season against UW. The only semi-equalizer here is Oregon plays Cal before UW and that should be a physical game as well with Cal being a good team defensively.
Fuck the Pac-12. They tried to give Oregon an unwarranted bye week before playing UW with their last schedule as well when the original 2020 schedule gave UW a bye before playing Oregon. It’s always about setting Oregon up for success to the detriment of UW. Doesn’t matter though. UW will line up and skull fuck them regardless. Our players are simply better than theirs and they know it. We’re coming bitches. After this season we’ll be saying 3 out of the last 5 Pac-12 championships and jealous Oregon fans will be calling it 2 and half conference championships.
That’s actually not true at all. The Pac-12 want Oregon and Washington play the first week and be it’s headline opening game but UW did everything in there power to stop that. They didn’t want to play Oregon opening week and preferred later in the season.
What’s your source?