An hour of TV no Duck fan should miss

An hour of TV no Duck fan should miss

EUGENE, Ore. - How will the Ducks handle Cam Newton?

Can Auburn really keep up with the yellow streak of the Blur Offense?

KVAL Sports crews on location in Arizona and in the KVAL Newsroom in Eugene present a full hour of analysis Sunday, Jan. 9, at 5 p.m. PST on KVAL 13 TV News.

The special BCS Bound program includes:

  • A look back at the Duck and Tiger seasons and their roads to the BCS title game
     
  • A countdown of the Duck plays of the year
     
  • Flashbacks to bowl games of yesteryear - and last year - with highlights from the unrivaled Duck football archives of KVAL Sports
     
  • Xs and Os with the KVAL Sports team
     
  • Predictions from our experts
     
  • A look back at the week leading up to the game in Arizona
     
  • And much, much more.

Mark your calendar or set the DVR: BCS Bound is an hour of television no Duck fan should miss.

Phil Milani, Nick Krupke, Tom Ward and Dirk Weishaar kickoff the show on the eve of the biggest football game in Oregon history as the guys take an in-depth look at what the Ducks are facing in Cam Newton and the Auburn Tigers.

KVAL's pregame show continues with another Flashback, the 2002 Fiesta Bowl and what the fans have been doing in the week leading up to the big game in Arizona.

KVAL's BCS pregame show continues from the Arizona desert with a flashback to the 1998 Aloha Bowl and the 2010 Ducks top plays of the year, numbers 12 thru 7.

Going back 10-years to the 2000 Holiday Bowl with Texas, another glimpse at what the Ducks might have learned from their 2010 Rose Bowl loss to Ohio State and a few things Chip Kelly likes and dislikes.

Former Oregon WR Derrick Deadwiler ('92-'93) joins the show to help breakdown the Ducks and Tigers. Plus, a flashback to the 1989 Independence Bowl, which the Ducks bought their way into. Speaking of, that was the first year Mike Bellotti arrived in Eugene as offensive coordinator under Rich Brooks. Mike discusses the big change in 20-years at Oregon.

The final segment includes the final six plays in the Ducks top 12 of the season, a flashback to the 2008 Holiday Bowl, the guys give their predictions of the game and the show closer with Supwitchugirl's "Return of the Quack."