The Oregon Ducks had an opportunity to win the BCS National Championship in 2010, and they could've broken the mighty SEC's streak against the Auburn Tigers. One thing is for sure, the 2013 Ducks' team is much better than the one that lost to Cam Newton in 2010.

In two weeks we will see how good the Ducks' defense is when they play the California Bears. I see more intensity on defense than they had in 2010.

Marcus Mariota is the quarterback that could lead this team to their ultimate goal. Mariota can pass, run, and most importantly, he doesn't make mistakes.

After witnessing a lack of defense on both sides, the Alabama Crimson Tide and Texas A&M Aggies are certainly not prepared for a matchup with the Ducks. The Alabama Crimson Tide, Georgia Bulldogs, Texas A&M Aggies, and LSU Tigers all have true weaknesses on defense.

The Florida Gators are pure flat on the offensive side of the ball.

The Ducks aren't the only team that could roll through the SEC Conference. The Clemson Tigers, Florida State Seminoles, Oklahoma State Cowboys, and possibly the UCLA Bruins could all beat any SEC team.

Yes! The SEC has their individual superstars; Jadeveon Clowney, Johnny Manziel, Odell Beckham, and Aaron Murray. The problem is Oregon has too many superstars on one team. Marcus Mariota, De' Anthony Thomas, Josh Huff, and Bralon Addison are a few on this very athletic Ducks' squad.

LSU is the only complete team in the SEC, but even the Tigers aren't ready to play the "Mighty Ducks".

Remember what I say, Tennessee could pull off an upset against Alabama or Georgia. This being the same team that got totally embarrassed by the Oregon Ducks in week three.

I'm a true SEC fan that refuses to be delusional about the conferences' chances at another title.


Sweetheart's Stuff:


Duck, duck goose, Stuart is on the loose. Mr. Delusional Panties, does this mean you're replacing your Georgia footed pajamas with some Duck ones?