How they match up

Washington (3-4, 2-2); Oregon (5-1, 3-0) Time: 12:30 p.m. at Husky Stadium

TV: Ch. 4 Radio: 950 AM The line: Ducks by 10

At stake: First place for Oregon, the only unbeaten team left in Pac-10 play. Pride for UW, which has lost five in a row to Ducks.

What to expect: Oregon to test the Huskies with the run, UW to test Oregon with the pass. The Ducks have statistically the best rushing attack in the Pac-10, while UW is ninth against the run. Oregon’s weakness may be an injury-riddled secondary.

Notes: Oregon has won five in a row since a 19-8 loss to Boise State to begin the season. … UW has won three in a row at home, its best stretch since the first three games of the 2006 season.

Injuries: UW — DT Cameron Elisara (stinger), FS Justin Glenn (leg), WR Jordan Polk (knee), LG Greg Christine (leg) out; SS Victor Aiyewa (shoulder) probable. Oregon — CB Walter Thurmond III (knee), CB Willie Glasper (knee) out; S T.J. Ward (ankle) questionable; QB Jeremiah Masoli (knee), WR Jamere Holland (knee) probable.

Prediction: Washington 31, Oregon 28.

Bob Condotta

UW stat leaders
Passing PC PA Yds TD
Jake Locker 135 236 1702 11
Rushing TCB Yds Avg TD
Chris Polk 127 537 4.2 2
Jake Locker 68 223 3.3 4
Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD
James Johnson 28 318 11.4 2
J. Kearse 25 368 14.7 2
Tackles UT AT Total
Donald Butler 39 17 56
Mason Foster 31 17 48
Oregon stat leaders
Passing PC PA Yds TD
J. Masoli 64 107 748 4
Nate Costa 20 33 197 1
Rushing TCB Yds Avg TD
L. James 92 581 6.3 4
J. Masoli 48 218 4.5 5
Receiving Rec Yds Avg TD
Ed Dickson 25 333 13.3 4
Jeff Maehl 19 231 12.2 1
Tackles UT AT Total
Casey Matthews 21 21 42
John Boyett 23 14 37
Who has the advantage?
QB RB WR OL DL LB DB ST
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