Meh, Oregons fast paced offense is like a one trick pony. If you're not in shape and ready they'll put up points in a hurry and be up 21 before you can blink. But if you handle it ala LSU last year and Stanford this year they become just a normal effective spread offense
you stop it.
Like a poster said, if you have a dominant DL, you can give Oregon problems. That's why I said Texas A&M would give Oregon more trouble than Bama, and it's why I thought A&M would beat Bama. Bama doesn't have a dominant DL this year, and thus A&M moved the ball with ease on them (as would Oregon IMO).
Also, you can pretend you're in shape, but no one is in shape unless you've done it in a game situation. Moffitt shits all over Clemson's S&C coach (Joey Batson), but LSU players were still falling like flies in the 4th quarter because they'd never done that pace in a game situation while Clemson was used to it.