The No. 11 ranked Oregon Geese are heading residence this weekend for a contest towards the visiting UCLA Bruins. To get you prepared for this sport, we’ve got a full recap and preview podcast that will get you all of the must-know data main as much as this massive soccer sport.
Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil of Duckterritory.com talk about the harm standing for a number of Oregon Geese, if beginning receiver Mycah Pittman is ready to play this weekend after lacking final weekend’s sport, the rumors swirling that UCLA could possibly be with out their very own beginning quarterback in Dorian Thompson-Robinson, how that may influence the sport for each the Geese and the Bruins, after which Matt and Erik run by their predictions for this soccer sport. Plus the present ends with how Matt and Erik assume this sport will finish.
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Matt Prehm has coated Oregon soccer, basketball, and recruiting since 2009 and through that point he is coated three completely different head teaching searches by Oregon soccer, a Last 4 in basketball, two completely different nationwide championship video games for Oregon soccer, and 10 recruiting cycles for each soccer and basketball. Erik Skopil has labored for DuckTerritory since December of 2016 and has coated a head teaching seek for soccer, whereas additionally protecting Oregon soccer’s common season, basketball, girls’s basketball, softball, and recruiting for all these sports activities.