You're lucky. I'm a Duck fan and we could be a top 5 team and we will still have at least 2 games a year not televised because ABC and FSN choose to show Washington or UCLA instead of us.
UCLA is in the top college football TV market on the west coast, and close to that nationwide, so it is a no brainer UCLA games are on. Washington is a decent size TV market and the largest market for FSN-NW. Add in the fact that many of the games FSN-NW picked up were against teams in pretty good size markets themselves, which also brings viewers.
Also consider that Oregon chose to put it's games on CSN-NW, a channel few get. Last year I had to watch some of the games on the out of town RSNs....pretty sad when your own market cannot get the games live. (A total sell out by Pat Kilkenny, who screwed the long time fans in his quest for cash.) In order for those games last year that weren't televised to be televised it required a waiver from FSN. FSN is not going to give a waiver to CSN, period. CSN drives up the prices and FSN is not going to go out of its way to help them. Ducks may have lined extra cash, but screwed us all in the end.
By the way, the Ducks are NOT
a top 5 team. There may be one analyst that put them there, but there are plenty that also say they are much lower than that - and still some that say they'll have an off year. Last year they had two good games, blew the Boise State game badly, looked horrible in the USC game, dropped to Cal in the rain, blew a 48 point lead against AZ and barely won 56-48 or something like that. They really had a good game against OSU, but that really was it to be honest. New coach Chip Kelly may have been a good offensive coordinator, but can he handle the whole team? We'll see.....