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How to Watch Nevada vs Oregon, NCAA Football Live Stream, Schedule, TV Channel, Start Time

For The Win logo For The Win 9/7/2019 FTW Staff
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Week One of the college football season had two totally different results for Nevada and Oregon. Nevada won a thriller against Purdue to start the season 1-0, while the Ducks suffered a heartbreaking 27-21 loss at the hands of Auburn in a battle of two Top 25 teams. The two teams meet Friday night in Eugene, Ore. The Ducks lead the series 6-1, including their last matchup, a 69-20 victory back in 2011. The only time Nevada has won was in 1947.

Nevada vs Oregon

Date: Saturday, Sept. 7 Time: 7:30 p.m. ET TV: Pac-12 Network Live Stream: fuboTV ( watch for free )

Nevada was 8-5 last season and started 2019 with a statement win over Purdue out of the Big Ten. Quarterback Carson Strong showed why he was the first freshman quarterback to start for the Wolf Pack since 1998. Strong threw for 295 yards and three touchdowns. Running back Toa Tua was a dual-threat with 56 yards and one touchdown on the ground and eight catches for 64 yards. Elijah Cooks had two touchdowns on the day, including a 20-yard reception to tie the game with 52 seconds left. With the game on the line, freshman kicker Brandon Talton hit his second field goal of the game, a 56 yarder to win it. His reward? A full scholarship after the game.

The defense also stepped up against Purdue. Tyson Williams led the way with twelve tackles, E.J. Muhammad added 10, while Austin Arnold and Emany Johnson had eight and seven tackles, respectively. Senior defensive back Daniel Brown had five tackles and two interceptions.

While Nevada is coming off of a thrilling win, Oregon's loss to Auburn resulted in the Ducks falling five spots in the latest AP Poll from No. 11 to No. 16. Justin Herbert, a potential top-five pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, completed 28 of 37 passes for 242 yards and one touchdown. Running back C.J. Verdell rushed for 76 yards and one touchdown, while receivers Johnny Johnson III and Jaylon Redd added 98 yards and 64 yards of offense. The Ducks had the lead for a majority of the game but were unable to hold off a 14-0 run by the Tigers in the fourth quarter.

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