The University of Oregon, the state’s flagship institution, is no stranger to controversy.
While its athletic department has been rocked by a series of controversies since its founding in 1911, the university remains beloved for its athletic prowess.
The Ducks are currently ranked third in the nation in total and total offense, according to the Associated Press, and are currently sixth in the conference in scoring.
It also has the highest per-game average attendance in the country, according the school’s website.
The university also holds a reputation for hosting some of the best high school football games in the world.
The school has won three NCAA titles and has an all-time record of 3-0, winning at least six games in each of the past five seasons.
The biggest story surrounding the school is the university’s controversial decision to cancel the 2016 season.
The move has been widely criticized, with the Oregon athletic department accusing the university of playing politics to avoid paying its players during the school year.
The cancellation was a controversial move, but the Ducks are still trying to regain its title.
The college football team has been a staple of the Ducks’ schedule for years, and its football program has been the most popular in the Pac-12 for the past decade.
Oregon has played at least one of its marquee opponents each of its past four seasons, and the school has never lost to a Pac-10 opponent.
The last time the Ducks played an opponent from the Pac 12 was in 2014, when they lost to Stanford by 21 points in the Rose Bowl.
The Pac-8 Conference will be looking to bounce back from its third consecutive loss, but will need to make some tough decisions in the coming weeks.
The schedule is already set for the season opener on Saturday against Stanford, which is the Ducks season opener.
The two teams will meet in the Ducks final game before the end of the regular season.
Oregon plays the defending national champion USC Trojans at Autzen Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 31.
The game will be televised on Pac-13 Network.