Oregon plays Texas Saturday for national title

Oregon volleyball stunned powerhouse Penn State Thursday night in the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament in four sets.

The fifth-seeded Ducks play the third-seeded Texas Longhorns for the national championship at 4 p.m. Saturday in Louisville.

The title game can be seen on ESPN2 and ESPN3.com. Fans in the Eugene area can attend a free watch party at Matthew Knight Arena.

Meanwhile, here's what people are saying about Oregon's big win.

Oregon Coach Jim Moore told GoDucks.com he has "no idea" how the Ducks pulled off the upset.

Moore told ESPN that he's trying to approach Saturday's game against Texas as just another match.  

The Register-Guard focused on the play of Oregon senior Katherine Fischer, who recovered from a shaky first set to help Oregon win the crucial second set. 

The Oregonian quotes Oregon's Liz Brenner saying the team got more comfortable as the match wore on, and "definitely in our flow," which seemed to rattle Penn State.

The Daily Emerald breaks down the critical second set, which proved the turning point in the match. 

The Emerald and the Oregonian round up what the Twitterverse was saying about the Ducks' big win, including an exuberant if unintellible reaction from The Duck.

The Centre Daily Times in State College, Pa., said the Nittany Lions never recovered after star setter Micha Hancock injured her ankle early in the match.

USA Today said the Ducks shocked Penn State with "a gutsy performance."