The Oregon vs. Stanford 2011 game is being billed as one for the ages. Tonight when game time arrives, fans will be watching around the country on TV to see if the Ducks can knock off the Cardinal.
Oregon vs. Stanford game kickoff time arrives just after 8PM EST, with the game played at Stanford Stadium in California. The 2011 NCAA college football schedule has the game televised on ABC and viewers will be able to watch on their local affiliate stations around the nation. Unfortunately the Oregon and Stanford game won’t be available on ESPN’s free live streaming video feed online. That’s alright though since many households have ABC on their current cable or satellite services.
Currently, the home team is favored, with some pointing out that #4 Stanford will get its toughest test of the season tonight. They also have several injuries to worry about. Oregon is currently ranked #7 overall and 6-0 in the Pac-12. They have multiple weapons on offense including running back LaMichael James, but Stanford backers will be quick to point out they don’t have quarterback Andrew Luck. This game may come down to which team outscores the other, and whether or not Stanford’s current injuries will make them weaker against a top-ranked team.
ESPN.com offers a live online preview of tonight’s game, with well over 5,000 comments from fans around the world. Many are saying Oregon has a huge advantage in terms of game preparation time. Others are saying this will determine whether or not Stanford continues to make a national championship run. It’s going to be one great matchup tonight when Oregon vs. Stanford goes live at 8PM EST!