Oregon looks to win it all Oregon players stood patiently as they watched the Florida/FSU game in its entirety. It was to be 1 of 2 games they would be engulfed in FSU football over the next few weeks because after Oregon took down Oregon State, they needed help from the last two opponents of FSU in Florida and Clemson. FSU was holding a 21-20 lead going into the final quarter as tensions began to rise in the Oregon dorms. And then luck stroke when Florida hit a 37 yard FG to take the 23-21 lead. FSU was shutdown in the 4th quarter, never amounting to a score but Florida would extend the lead and would gain the fanbase of the Oregon Ducks as Reed caught a pass from B.Brown to take the 31-21 lead in what would be the final score and more importantly, punch the ticket for Oregon in the National Title game. While the game won't be receiving much hype as Utah has been a relative surprise rising through the ranks, they have did what they usually do and that's go undefeated in conference play and hope and pray they can make it to a BCS bowl. Well the cards broke in their favor and they are currently the lone undefeated team in Division 1A and are sitting atop of the polls. Meanwhile Oregon has risen from a tough loss against UCLA and taken out the #1 seed in USC a few weeks back. They now sit #2 and are armed and ready. Oregon sports the #1 offense in the land, averaging just below 70 points a game and are #1 in total offense. This matchup is clearly between the best offense maybe in the history of NCAA vs. one of the top defenses in the nation as Utah ranked #5 in total defense and #2 in rushing defense. Oregon boasts one of the more potent attacks ever assembled and shockingly it starts with a pair of freshman. QB Cory Crowder has only amassed all expectations as he's become one of the top QB's in the nation in his 1st year. Crowder has thrown for 3822 yards with 45TD's and 17INT's on the season, while completing a crisp 72% of his passes and coming from a freshman, that's scary good. Meanwhile backup RB Gerald Goodman has complimented star SR-RB Joseph Wilson well. Goodman has 1526 yards rushing with 29TD's on the season as the backup. His speed has made him one of the top RB's to look out for next season as he takes control as the man at the helm. Mostly, it has been the play of some freshman that has led to Oregon being here at this point. We mentioned the stats of Crowder and Goodman but it doesn't stop there. TE Brad Wilson had a key game against PSU earlier in the year, and was well on his way to establishing himself as a threat at the TE position before injuring himself for ther rest of the season. LOLB Eric Sanni became the starter after week 4 and hasn't turned back, giving the Oregon Ducks more speed at their outside linebacker positions as they moved star LB Dewitt Stuckey inside. But if you want to point to the play of the year for the Ducks, it was made by freshman WR John Watson. Now Watson wasn't recruited hard by many teams but obviously, Oregon was intrigued by his size at 6'4', 187. He didn't catch many teams eye because he was slow but Oregon felt he could become a solid WR. Well in the biggest game of the season, he would catch a 38 yard pass from Crowder between 3 defenders which sealed the win over the USC Trojans. Watson is currently 6th on the depth chart on WR's but he instantly became #1 in the hearts of Oregon fans. Now here is Oregon, waiting to play the lone undefeated team in the Utah Utes and the Ducks are fired up to play. It's their time to boost this program to a level that hasn't been reached yet. Time to make the Ducks quack around the nation.