Maybe this will shut up some of those football fans who keep trying to claim Oregon never plays anyone good in nonconference games. The Ducks have a home-and-home agreement with Ohio State for the 2020 and 2021 seasons, further backing up Chip Kelly’s contention that he wants to play a BCS-quality team during the nonconference portion of each season. The first game is scheduled for September 21, 2020 in Eugene, Oregon, and the second one for September 11, 2021 in Columbus, Ohio. Oregon has been oft-criticized for playing a “soft” nonconference schedule, mostly by people who don’t actually follow the Ducks. Because if they did, they’d know that Oregon has scheduled games against the likes of Kansas State and Georgia in recent years, only to have those schools pull out of the agreements later. In fact, the Ducks were supposed to have played K-State to kick off this season, and a quick glance at the BCS Standings right now suggests …
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