Other observations: De’Anthony Thomas told media after practice that he remained limited today, and was uncertain of his status for Saturday’s game. … Josh Huff, who celebrates a birthday today, was in a walking boot after practice, as reported by local media. ... After working with the scout-team offense last week, Tyree Robinson and Juwaan Williams are back on defense this week. … In case you missed it, Oregon’s Oct. 26 home game against UCLA, currently a matchup of top-10 teams, was assigned a 4 p.m. kickoff and will be televised by ESPN or ESPN2.
■ Jason Quick takes a sneak peek at the Washington State game.
■ Marcus Mariota was named the Pac-12 offensive player of the week for the second consecutive week. Lather, rinse, repeat.
■ Kevin Gemmell and Ted Miller were asked to re-rank the Pac-12's top ten players but you'll still find Marcus Mariota at the top.
■ Oregon and Nebraska have signed a home-and-home series for 2016 and 2017 starting with the Ducks travelling to Lincoln in 2016.
■ ESPN has Marcus Mariota as their top offensive player half way through the season.
■ Dale Newton takes a look at Oregon and the national championship race half way through the season.
■ Josh Huff was named to the Paul Hornung Award honor roll for his performance at Seattle.
■ Charles Fisher breaks down a few plays from the Washington game, a couple of oldies and one new one.
■ Oregon picked up another verbal commit yesterday, four star WR Jalen Brown out of AZ.
■ Ted Miller reveals the Pac-12 power ranking after week seven.
1. Oregon: The Ducks not only got their signature victory over a quality ranked foe, they actually did so by playing a relevant fourth quarter. That the 10th consecutive win over Washington ended up being a 10th consecutive blowout only solidifies their standing here.