So Oregon's official website has released a schedule of their football games with corresponding colors for fans to wear to games:
something very similar. Being that the 2011 campaign is in the books, let's take a look at the results and see how close they came to matching the on-field attire.
Obviously G stands for green, Y for Yellow and B for black. The
colors of the letters correspond to the accuracy of the fan's color to the on-field color. Green is a match, blue is partial match and red is a miss.
The two wrong combos came week three against Missouri State and week nine at Washington. Neither game featured the corresponding color in any significant way (a tiny black outline on the numbers doesn't make a set black, in my opinion) and green would've worked much better for both games.
With seven home games, four road games and a neutral site game to open the season, it seems like there was no bias to getting home or road games correct more often.
So this year's schedule is probably a pretty solid guess at each week's combo. A Nike Pro Combat Rivalry uniform is still probably in the works and other shenanigans might take place (it is Oregon...) but I'd expect this schedule to have a 75 percent or higher success rate.