By Zachary Neel, Ducks Wire: Not many people seem to be giving the Oregon Ducks much of a chance to walk into Columbus next week and upset the No. 4 ranked Ohio State Buckeyes.
That’s reasonable, too. After an underwhelming performance in Week 1 against Fresno State, not to mention the fact that Kayvon Thibodeaux — Oregon’s best player and arguably the best player in the country — is considered day-to-day with an ankle sprain, a Ducks’ victory seems like a long shot.
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