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The pick: Why No. 11 Oregon will beat Washington State

Last Saturday against Oregon State, Washington State fans saw glimpses of the defense they hoped the Cougars had been building through the offseason, followed by glimpses of a defense they hoped had been left at Chase Field in Phoenix.

HIGHLIGHTS: Oregon 43, Washington State 29

No. 11 Oregon moves to 2-0 on the season after picking up a 43-29 win over Washington State in Pullman. The Ducks win for the first time in Pullman since 2014 and were led by quarterback Tyler Shough who finished with 312 passing yards and four touchdowns against the Cougars. CJ Verdell handled things on the ground for Oregon totaling 118 yards and one touchdown. Washington State falls to 1-1 as they gear up for a matchup at Stanford next week. – Pac-12 Networks

For second time in three years, Washington State attempting to upset top-15 Oregon team at Martin Stadium

Unless the cardboard cutouts at Martin Stadium are programmed differently than those elsewhere in the country, Saturday's game between Washington State and No. 11 Oregon won't end the same way it did the last time the teams met on the Palouse, with tens of thousands of students and fans converging onto a football field to mob Gardner Minshew and his teammates following a euphoric 34-20 win.