Oregon is ready to roll.

Shortly before Friday night’s Pac-12 Championship Game against fifth-ranked Washington, the third-ranked Ducks dropped one final game trailer. It features plenty of highlights, a score that will get even the most neutral of observers hyped, and a couple shots of coach Dan Lanning motivating his team.

“Fate whispers to the warrior, ‘You can’t withstand the storm,'” Lanning says to his team. “The warrior says back, ‘I am the storm.’ Let’s go whoop these (expletive).”

The Ducks lost their first meeting with Washington back in October, a 36-33 game in Seattle that featured three fourth-down failures by the Ducks, a Washington touchdown with 98 seconds to play, and a missed field goal by Oregon at the end of regulation that would have sent the game to overtime.

In the weeks since, everyone has been hoping to see a rematch in the Pac-12 title game.

Washington handled its business, going 12-0 for just the second time in program history, to clinch its spot in the game first. Oregon ran through each of its last six opponents to hold up its end of the deal.

Now, with a spot in the College Football Playoff on the line for the victor, the rematch has arrived.

“This team is not the same team. This team has grown,” Lanning says in the video. “I know the people in this room, you’re not satisfied. We’re coming for more.”

Kickoff is at 5 p.m. PT on ABC.