the 1990 Ducks to a 32-16 victory over eventual Heisman Trophy winner Ty Detmerand #4 ranked BYU.Bryan BennettOn the current roster, sophomore quarterback Bryan Bennett showed what he is capable of while Darron Thomas was injured in 2011, throwing for six touchdowns, 369 yards, and no interceptions. If Bennett were to win the starting job in 2012,he would still have three years of eligibility to attempt to surpass 8,343 career yards, meaning he would need to average 2,658 yards over those three seasons.To put this in perspective, Darron Thomas surpassed that total in both 2010 and2011. In Bennett’s limited play he has shown glimpses of being a potentially moreaccurate passer than Thomas, as has freshman wunderkind Marcus Mariota in his extremely limited play, throwing for 202 yards in the 2012 spring game.With little tangible evidence of their full abilities, it is difficult to estimate that either Bennett or Mariota could possibly threaten a 4-year starting passing legend like Musgrave. Still, Bennett would have three years as a starter tomatch the record, and Mariota would have four, requiring an average of only 2,086 yards through the air per year over those four seasons. Far more likely, the two talented quarterbacks may cancel each other out, splitting time on the field. Career Rushing Yards – Current Leader: LaMichael James, 5,082 (2009-2011)Rushing yards (Single-Season) – Current Leader: LaMichael James, 1,805 (2011)LaMichael James was by far Oregon’s best statistical running back ever. In only three years, he demolished Derek Loville’s career record of 3,296 yards, a record Loville set despite splitting carries with multi-talented fullback Latin Berry. Itappeared as though Loville, who played from 1986-1989, could be challenged by some of the successful four-year players that followed such as Sean Burwell, Jeremiah Johnson, or Terrence Whitehead, but injuries or splitting carries left allshort of Loville’s record until LaMichael James came along.In his first year in 2009, James racked up 1,546 yards and 14 touchdowns on hisway to making the Freshman All-American team. In 2010, James was a Heisman Trophy finalist and Oregon’s first Doak Walker Award winner, accumulating an astounding1,731 yards and 24 total touchdowns. Slowed somewhat in 2011 by injury, he still recorded a ridiculous school record of 1,805 yards on the ground, amassing a career total of 5,082 rushing yards in three years, nearly 2,000 more yards thanDerek Loville’s previous record.LaMichael JamesHad James decided to return for his senior year he would have almost certainly surpassed Charles White’s 6,245 yards to become the Pac-12’s all-time leading rusher.James was a special talent, and his record seems pretty safe…for the time being.Kenjon Barner is a rare find and a perfect fit for Oregon’s system as well, but the time spent backing up James leaves him with only one year as the primary starter. Barner has totaled 1,856 yards on the ground and 20 rushing touchdowns, leaving him far behind James on the all-time lists, but within reach of Loville’s record for #2. Barner would need to achieve an unprecedented total of 3,227 yards in2012 to eclipse James’ career total, averaging roughly 230 yards per game.He would only need 1,440 yards on the ground to match Loville’s total, however, anumber easily achieved by James in each of the last three seasons, putting the two teammates squarely at the top of the list.