Ducks Jump to No. 2 in BCS

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EUGENE, Ore. — ESPN is coming to town this weekend, and that’s partly because the Ducks have moved up in the BCS rankings.

The Ducks have finally jumped above their fourth place rank where they were stuck for the last two weeks. If they manage to stay at or above number two, Duck fans are confident they’ll be headed to Miami in January.

The Ducks’ schedule should help them on their road to the BCS Championship, as long as they win.

Oregon’s next two opponents are top 25 teams–Stanford at No. 13 and OSU at No. 16. That home game against Stanford is drawing the attention of ESPN’s College GameDay.

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