WATCH: Oregon releases hype video chronicling Ducks’ path to Las Vegas Bowl

This season has been a lot to handle for the Oregon football program.

A hot start. A struggle without the Ducks’ starting quarterback. A revival at the end of the slate. A sudden coaching departure, and a new hire supported by a player movement.

On Saturday, the Ducks reach their final stop of the campaign when they face the Boise State Broncos in the Las Vegas Bowl. The program’s video team assembled the best moments in an aesthetically stunning video, released at 10 a.m. PT, 2 hours before kickoff.

Watch for yourself. It’s hard to not get goosebumps.

Set to Waka Flocka Flame’s 2010 packed-house anthem “Grove Street Party” (yes, it still holds up after 7 years), the Ducks are shown scoring plenty and delivering crushing blows to their foes. It’s a long video, which includes new head coach Mario Cristobal speaking to his team about a program-changing event that galvanizes a group, and how he believed it — he’s talking about the departure of Willie Taggart to Florida State — has happened with this team.

And then, the highlight reel begins.

If you’re an Oregon diehard, you’ll get round after round of chills. If you’re a fan of football in general, you probably will, too.

Oregon and Boise State kick off at 12 p.m. PT. Keep up with the game with live updates by clicking here.

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