As it turns out, Washington wasn’t the last football game of the season. The Ducks host Washington State for the final time Saturday, Oregon State is on a bye and the mighty Portland State Vikings look to improve to 3-1 in Big Sky play against Idaho State in Hillsboro.
We’re going to have The I-5 Corridor’s official football midseason report out later this week, but until then let’s get some questions rolling in for a mailbag column. Ask them in the comments and I’ll answer the best ones later this week.
When Uncle Phil finally goes to the Chinese shoe factory in the sky, how much will that hamstring Oregon in the NIL front? Will there be a decline in relevance without their number one benefactor around?
The Oregon Ducks must have a bunch of fans with short term memory or a younger fan base than I’m willing to admit. Isn’t Dan Lanning’s decision making similar to Chip Kelly? Most importantly, what advice are you giving to fans standing on the cliff’s edge and ready to fire Lanning?
Not Football related, but with the messy Damian Lillard divorce in its preliminary stages; what will the narrative be afterwards about Lillard off the court? Considering the bombshell his now former spouse revealed in her filing this week?
Is it just me, or does anyone else feel the Ducks may go undefeated the rest of the season, including the conference championship in Las Vegas? If the coaches can coach at the same high level the athletes are playing! Brad
As we saw with the Oregon game, coaching is really important in football, probably the most of any major team sports. Can you rank where you think the importance of coaching ranks in the major teams sports?
What do you think are going to be Oregon's most difficult games left in the regular season, ranked in order from hardest to easiest?