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Oregon hosting another big game
The Stanford-Oregon series dates back to 1900 and, oddly enough, this will be the first time in 74 games the teams will meet when both are ranked.
It could be the most epic, too, a style battle between Stanford’s helmet-cracking power and Oregon’s are-we-playing-against-12-guys speed. For the Ducks, it’s the biggest step so far toward repeating as Pac-10 champions, while the Cardinal get a chance to see just how far they’ve come.
“As one of the great philosophers of the 20th century, one of my favorite philosophers of the 20th century, Ric Flair would say, ‘If you want to be the man, you have to beat the man.’” Harbaugh said.
And, man, it should be fun to watch.
AP Sports Writers Josh Dubow in San Francisco and Anne Peterson in Portland, Ore., contributed to this story.
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