After the offense dominated 1-on-1 passing drills Monday, the defense turned the tables today in more game-like scenarios. Seisay and Arrion Springs broke up passes during position drills, with Seisay breaking up what was almost a really nice leaping catch by Darren Carrington.
■ Rob Moseley says the Oregon offensive line will be put to the test against Michigan St.
Entering the biggest game in the country so far this season, Jake Fisher knows what to expect... “Being a blue-collar kid, that’s what I grew up doing,” Fisher said. “I don't mind smashing into anybody.”
■ Chantel Jennings talks about Oregon preparing to face the MSU defense.
■ Oregon remains at #3 in the AP poll after taking care of South Dakota.
■ ESPN has Oregon on top of their Pac-12 Power Rankings after week one.
■ Bryan Shalvoy says Marcus Mariota is a model of efficiency at QB.
■ Ken Goe says the MSU-Oregon matchup is the biggest game of the week.
■ Charles Fisher analyzes Royce Freeman and the "straddled triple option play."
■ Dale Newton wonders if Oregon is up to the task of handling the MSU defense.
They have to better than they were last week, last year, and better than they were against Stanford and LSU. They have to be the myth-busters of college football, vaporizing a cement truck of a defense under the September sun.