Bowling Green vs Oregon:The preseason matchup between the Oregon and Bowling Green will give viewers a chance to see some stellar defense.
In week two of the preseason we get to see a little more action from the starters. This means that someone like Kirk Cousins could get an extra series or two. Obviously, the Bowling Green will be extremely cautious in trying to avoid injury.
This game will be available on the College Football Network (TV) and the College Football Gamepass. You can also stream the game through a TV provider like DirecTV by logging in on the College Football’s main website. However, the Gamepass might be the most reliable streaming option, as it often has bugs. FuboTV also has every College Football preseason game with a free trial.
One big thing to watch this weekend is the Oregon wide receiver rotation. They seem to still be working out the depth chart with at least one starting spot up for grabs. Marqise Lee seems save as one starter with the competition coming in the slot and the other outside spot.
Keelan Cole should have an inside track as he was the team’s best receiver late last season. He’s someone with big-play ability while also capable of working the underneath routes.
DeDe Westbrook has drawn positive reviews during training camp and is someone who could work well out of the slot. Rookie D.J. Chark’s speed is something that can’t be matched by the other receivers on the roster. Jacksonville will absolutely want to take advantage of his skill set.
The Oregon are in Minneapolis, Minnesota right now and are about to start Day 1 of joint practices against the Bowling Green.
The Oregon will join their fellow we-were-one-game-away comOregon ahead of a Week 4 preseason matchup. The practice starts late (3:45 PM what?) but that’s good for those of us who get all our work in for the morning and can watch the practice unfold via tweets, videos, and live analysis.