Oregon's Mario Cristobal calls upset of Ohio State 'testament to the process'


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Has Oregon ever beat Ohio State?

CJ Verdell (7) with three touchdowns led a strong showing by Oregon as the Ducks scored one of the biggest nonconference football wins in school history with a 35-28 stunner at Ohio State. The Register-GuardHistoric upset: No. 12 Oregon Ducks stun No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes 35-28

Is kayvon Thibodeaux playing against Ohio State?

Defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux and linebacker Justin Flowe will not play vs. Ohio State, according to a report from Sports Illustrated Buckeyes Now reporter Andrew Lind. Thibodeaux suffered an ankle sprain against Fresno State and Flowe will miss due to a broken foot. CalBearsMavenREPORT: Kayvon Thibodeaux and Justin Flowe Unavailable vs. Ohio State

The latest COVID-19 gameday update includes preverification sites, vaccination sites and more.

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With the significant threat presented by COVID-19 across the state of Louisiana due to the highly transmissible Delta variant, LSU will require all Tiger Stadium guests 12 years of age and older to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to entry. The decision comes after consultation with – and support from – Governor John Bel Edwards, LSU President William F. Tate IV, LSU’s Board of Supervisors, Tiger Athletic Foundation, and Director of Athletics Scott Woodward.

Aug. 24 Press Release

In order to expedite entry into Tiger Stadium, guests for LSU’s home football opener against McNeese State on Saturday can get their proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 PCR test verified from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. prior to their arrival at the stadium’s gates.

Pre-verification will be offered at 12 sites across campus from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ahead of Saturday’s 7 p.m. kickoff. In addition to these 12 sites, mobile teams will be available across campus to verify proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to kickoff.

At any of these sites, vaccinated guests can show:

Sept. 8 Press Release

LSU Athletics will offer limited gameday COVID-19 testing on Saturday, September 11 at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center to Tiger Stadium guests who register here.

Testing will take place from 2:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. before LSU’s 7 p.m. kickoff against McNeese State. Registration will remain open until all spots are filled. Only guests who are registered will be allowed to participate in gameday testing.

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CB Dontae Johnson elevated from practice squad; WR Jalen Hurd placed on IR

Eleven Warriors 11 September, 2021 - 03:37pm

Since Travis Benjamin wasn’t elevated, that means Brandon Aiyuk and Mohamed Sanu will serve as punt returners

Johnson could start, though the signing of Josh Norman would make far more sense. So I’d say it comes down to either Norman or Demmodore Lenoir, while Johnson plays special teams.

The corresponding move was placing wide receiver Jalen Hurd on the injured reserve. As a result, Hurd will miss at least three games. I’ll be curious to see how long Hurd misses and if he gives the offense anything this season.

It’s early in the season, so counting Hurd out in September doesn’t feel right, but based on everything we’ve seen from the kid, he hasn’t given us much of a reason at all to believe anything will change.

Travis Benjamin not getting called up was a mild surprise. However, that means the team is comfortable with the duo of Brandon Aiyuk and Mohamed Sanu returning punts. How the two are used remains to be seen, but it’s probably wise not to waste a roster spot on Benjamin if all he’s doing is fair-catching punts.

Oregon Ducks at Ohio State Buckeyes: Live stream, time, date, odds, how to watch

USA TODAY 11 September, 2021 - 04:01am

No. 11 Oregon travels to Ohio Stadium on Saturday for a huge non-conference showdown with No. 3 Ohio State. Here's everything you need to know.

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The second full Saturday of the college football season kicks off with third-ranked Ohio State hosting No. 11 Oregon, a game with major playoff implications despite the early date.

The Buckeyes are fresh off an appearance in the national championship game, and look to pick up a key non-conference win along the way to defending their Big Ten title. It’s an even bigger opportunity for the Ducks. An Oregon victory, on top of UCLA’s upending of LSU last week, would go a long way toward helping the Pac-12 end its four-year playoff drought.

Here’s all you need to know to enjoy the game:  

Kickoff is set for noon ET Saturday at Ohio Stadium (a.k.a. the Horseshoe) in Columbus.

The game will be televised nationally on Fox, and gets the network’s full “Big Noon Kickoff” treatment.

The game can be streamed on the Fox Sports app.

The Buckeyes are 14.5-point favorites with the over/under at 63.5 points, according to Tipico Sportsbook.    

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