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In a blink of an eye, Marcus Mariota and Oregon turned a tight game into another blowout that could have the second-ranked Ducks in position to move into the top spot in the country.
The Pac-12 underwent some major changes during the offseason, adding four new coaches and an influx of fast-paced offenses.
Come Saturday when LSU faces Oregon on a national stage, the teams finally get to push aside the offseason tumult that has rocked both programs.
The latest tactic in the college football recruiting game is right there in the closet.
"That's what's so good about this team," Huff said. "We don't pay attention to the rankings and what's around us. We just play Oregon football. We'll pick our heads up in December and we'll see where we're at."
"We're not letting it worry us one bit," Ducks receiver Josh Huff added. "As a family we stick together. What comes, comes. What goes, goes."