(AP) -- Even though Stanford is sporting a new look on offense, that won't change Oregon's overall defensive strategy on Saturday afternoon when the two teams meet.
The Ducks' defense is aiming to be on the field as little as possible, shutting down whatever style of offense Stanford presents and allowing their own high-flying offense to put up points.
"We've got to get stops. We can't be on the field the whole game (like last year)," said Oregon senior safety Erick Dargen. "If we're on the field all game then our offense is not getting the ball."