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Northwest Dodge Dealers
Proud Sponsors of the Civil War Series

"The Northwest Dodge Dealers are happy to sponsor the Civil War Series between the University of Oregon and Oregon State University. We feel this is a healthy rivalry that may not receive as much attention beyond the borders of the state as it deserves, and wish to promote the spirit of the competition within the framework of cooperation. We look forward to a long-term, mutually beneficial relationship." - Jim Verger, NW Dodge Dealers board of directors

The Civil War Cup is awarded to winner of annual contest between Oregon State and Oregon.

The Northwest Dodge Dealers Civil War series enters into the eighth year of partnership with the schools. The Northwest Dodge Dealers Civil War Series started in 1999-2000 and is the blueprint for many other rivalry competitions throughout America. At the conclusion of each year, The Northwest Dodge Civil War Series victor is awarded to the school with the most victories in head to head competition between the schools.

The Beavers and Ducks will compete directly in nine different sports with fifteen total contests. There is a total of seventeen points awarded throughout the year. The official point breakdown is as follows:

Football 2 points
Men's Basketball 1 point per game 2 points
Women's Basketball 1 point per game 2 points
Wrestling 1 point per game 2 points
Women's Soccer 1 point
Men's Golf 1 point per game 2 points
Women's Golf 1 point per game 2 points
Softball Best 2 of 3 2 points
Volleyball 1 point per game 2 points
  17 total points

The Northwest Dodge Dealers, who are committed to supporting higher education and collegiate athletics, consist of 36 locations throughout Oregon.