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Winner of Oregon vs Utah Is Obvious, Says ESPN

Winner of Oregon vs Utah Is Obvious, Says ESPN

Winner of Oregon vs Utah Is Obvious, Says ESPN

The winner of Oregon vs Utah is obvious, says ESPN.

Heading into Week 2 of the college football season, it seemed like all hope of a Pac-12 representative in the College Football Playoff was lost.

Oregon had just lost a close game versus Auburn and they were the conference’s best program by a mile.

Well, fast forward two months, and the Ducks are alive again.

Oregon and Utah are now both in the top 10 and the two programs will likely square off against one another in the Pac-12 championship game.

The big question now is: who is ultimately going to win that match-up?

Well, according to ESPN college football analyst Ryan Leaf, the answer is obvious – and it might not even be close.

“There’s a good chance that this Utah team could win this football game by 10 points to 14 points,” Leaf said on the Bleav Podcast Network recently.

“That’s because of what I’ve seen over the last six weeks from Utah, not necessarily what I’ve seen in the last six weeks from Oregon. I think it’s going to be a great football game. But right now, I think Utah might be the better team.”

Will Utah really shock the world and beat Oregon? We’ll find out soon enough.

Related: LSU Is Not That Good, Says Colin Cowherd

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