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GAME #6Date:
Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013
Location:
Seattle, WA
Kickof:
1:05 p.m. PT
Stadium:
Husky Stadium (FieldTurf)
Capacity:
70,138
GAME 6
 
OREGON AT WASHINGTON
• Oct. 12, 2013
OREGON DUCKS
FOOTBALL GAME NOTES
FB COMMUNICATIONS
Dave Williord
,
Exec. Asst. AD/Football 
diw@uoregon.edu
Andy McNamara
,
 Assistant AD
mcnamara@uoregon.edu
2727 Leo Harris Parkway • Eugene, Oregon • 97401 • 541-346-5488 (P) • @GoDucks • www.GoDucks.com
2013 OREGON SCHEDULE
A31 NICHOLLS (FS1) Eugene W 66-3S7 at Virginia (ABC/ESPN2) Charlottesville W 59-10S14 TENNESSEE (ABC) Eugene W 59-14S28 *CALIFORNIA (P12Net) Eugene W 55-16O5 *at Colorado (P12Net) Boulder W 57-16O12 *at Washington (FS1) Seattle 1 p.m.O19 *WASHINGTON ST. Eugene TBAO26 *(21) UCLA Eugene TBAN7 *at (4) Stanford (ESPN) Stanford 6 p.m.N16 *UTAH Eugene TBAN23 *at Arizona Tucson TBAN29 *(25) OREGON ST. (FS1) Eugene 4 p.m.* Pac-12 Conference Game
OREGON DEPTH CHART
OFFENSE
WR
16 HAWKINS or 11 ADDISON
LT
64 JOHNSTONE 62 Pierson
LG
63 GREIG 72 Yruretagoyena
C
55 GRASU 78 Armstrong
RG
54 STEVENS 71 Benyard
RT
75 FISHER 71 Benyard
TE
83 MUNDT or 85 BROWN
WR
1 HUFF 19 Dungy
WR
7 LOWE 20 C. Allen or 23 Kelley
QB
8 MARIOTA 17 Lockie or 3 Rodrigues
RB
6 THOMAS or 9 MARSHALL
DEFENSE
DE
66 HART 44 Buckner
DT
92 KELIIKIPI 54 Balducci
DT
9 ARMSTEAD 90 Havili-Heimuli
DE
91 WASHINGTON 96 French
MLB
46 HARDRICK 34 Cassell
WLB
22 MALONE 35 Walker or 33 Coleman
SLB
25 LOKOMBO 33 Coleman or 86 Prevot
CB
27 MITCHELL 3 Mathis
FS
21 PATTERSON 4 Dargan
SS
12 JACKSON 8 Daniels
CB
14 EKPRE-OLOMU 13 Hill
SPECIAL TEAMS
P
41 MALDONADO 30 Ausherman
PK
41 MALDONADO or 49 WOGAN
KO
49 WOGAN 41 Maldonado
LS
39 HOWELL
PR
11 ADDISON 6 Thomas
KR
7 LOWE 13 HILL
2013 Pac-12 Standings
Con. OverallNorth Division W L W L Stk 
(5) Stanford 3 0 5 0 W13
(2) OREGON
2 0 5 0 W7Oregon State 2 0 4 1 W4Washington State 2 1 4 2 W1(16) Washington 1 1 4 1 L1California 0 2 1 4 L3
South Division
(11) UCLA 1 0 4 0 W4Arizona State 1 1 3 2 L1Arizona 0 1 3 1 L1Colorado 0 2 2 2 L2USC 0 2 3 2 L1Utah 0 2 3 2 L1
For up-to-date inormation on Oregon Football, visit theofcial athletics website
No. 2 Ducks ace rst Top 25 challenge againstPac-12 divisional rival No. 16 Washington
WASHINGTON HUSKIES
4-1, 1-1 Pac-12
IN THE POLLS
16 AP19
USA Today 
2013 LEADERSRushing
Sankey, 131/732/7 TDCallier, 26/163/3 TD
Passing
Price, 114-160-31294 yds/13 TD
Receiving
Mickens, 30/273/2 TDSmith, 21/367/2 TDWilliams, 21/344/1 TD
Deense
Fuimaono, 36 TT, TFL, FF Thompson, 35 TT, 0.5 TFL
OREGON DUCKS
5-0, 2-0 Pac-12
IN THE POLLS
2 AP2
USA Today 
2013 LEADERSRushing
Marshall, 71/448/4 TD Thomas, 42/338/6 TDMariota, 28/338/7 TD
Passing
Mariota, 76-134-01358 yds/14 TD
Receiving
Hu, 21/445/4 TDAddison, 19/345/4 TD
Deense
Malone, 42 TT, TFL, 0.5 SCK Washington, 24 TT, 4 SCK, 3 FF
GAMEDAY HASHTAG
#UOvsUW
Media and fans are encouraged to use thehashtag #UOvsUW when posting or follow-ing social media content related to Saturday’sgame between the Ducks and Huskies.
MILESTONE WATCH 
1
- Breakup needed by JR CB
Io Ekpre-Olo-mu
to tie for 10th on Oregon’s career chart.
1
- Yard needed by SO RB
Byron Marshall
toreach 1,000 career all-purpose yards.
18
- Points needed by JR RB
De’AnthonyThomas
to match
Derek Loville
(1986-89)for fourth-most in a career at Oregon.
152
- Yards of total oense needed by SOQB
Marcus Mariota
to tie
 Jeremiah Masoli
 (2008-09) for No. 10 on career list for total of-fense at 5,277.
ON THE AIRTelevision:
FOX Sports 1 with Gus Johnson (pxp), Charles Davis (analyst) and Kristina Pink (reporter).
Radio:
Oregon IMG with Jerry Allen (pxp) and Mike Jorgensen (analyst).
SatelliteRadio:
Sirius 91, XM 91.
THE SERIES
•UW leads the all-time series with the Ducks, 58-42-5, including a 33-24-4 edge in Seattle.•The Ducks have won the last nine meetings against the Huskies, their longest current win-ning streak against any conference opponent. The nine-game streak is also the longest byeither side in the 112-year history of the rivalry.•Oregon’s average margin of victory vs. UW during the streak is 25.8. The Ducks’ 34-17 win in2011 was their closest during the stretch.•Saturday’s game is the second straight top 25 matchup between the two teams. No. 2 Or-egon defeated No. 23 Washington, 52-21, at Autzen Stadium in 2012.
QUICK HITS
•SO QB
Marcus Mariota
has a 17-1 record as a starter, including a 8-0 mark away from AutzenStadium.•Mariota has played in 55 of UO’s 79 drives this season, leading UO to a TD every 1.67 drives.•Mariota has passed for at least one touchdown in every game of his career (all starts). He hasscores both passing and rushing in seven straight.•The Ducks rank second nationally in scoring oense (59.2) and defense (11.8).•Oregon has scored 55 or more points in ve straight games. Only the 2008 Oklahoma Soonershave a longer such streak at six.•JR DE
Tony Washington
is tied for fourth in the FBS with three forced fumbles and ranks 20thnationally in sacks (4.0).•FR RB
Thomas Tyner
has run for at least one touchdown in all four games he’s played.•The UO oense leads the nation in plays of 20+ yards (48) while the Ducks’ defense is tied forthe fewest allowed (10).•31 of Oregon’s 39 oensive touchdown drives (79.5%) have lasted less than two minutes.
 
GAME 6 •
OREGON AT WASHINGTON
OCT. 12, 2013
OREGON DUCKS
FOOTBALL GAME NOTES • 2
HEAD COACH MARK HELFRICH
Mark Helfrich is in his rst season as Oregon’s head coach after serving as oensive coordinatorand quarterbacks coach from 2009-12. During that span, he was directly involved in the successof a program that constructed a 46-7 record and appeared in four consecutive BCS bowl games,including the 2011 BCS National Championship game. Helfrich began his coaching career asa graduate assistant with the Ducks in 1997 and has since accumulated seven seasons as anoensive coordinator at two BCS schools and 15 years coaching quarterbacks. He was namedOregon’s oensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach on April 30, 2009 following threeseasons in the same capacity at the University of Colorado (2006-08), ve years as quarterbackscoach at Arizona State (2001-05) which included his nal three campaigns in Tempe, Ariz., aspassing game coordinator, and three seasons as quarterbacks coach at Boise State (1998-2000).Along the way, Helfrich was named National Quarterbacks Coach of the Year in 2010 and 2012by FootballScoop, in addition to being one of three nalists as its national oensive coordinatorof the year honor. Over the course of his last 13 seasons, Helfrich has played a role with oensesthat have ranked among the nation’s top-eight teams in scoring oense six times, the top six inrushing on four occasions, the top ve in total oense four times as well as the top ve in passingtwice. As Oregon’s OC he helped orchestrate attacks that were responsible for the top three totaloense outputs in school history (2010-12) - including a school-record 7,319 yards in 2011 - aswell as the only teams to account for more than 600 points in each of the last three seasons.Helfrich is the rst native Oregonian to head the university’s football program since John Warrenin 1942.
SUPER MARIOTA
As the Ducks continue their quest for a fth straight BCS bowl game appearance, all eyes areon second-year starting quarterback 
Marcus Mariota
. The redshirt sophomore from Honoluluhas the challenge of following up a campaign that saw him set the Pac-12 freshman record fortouchdown passes (32) and lead the conference in passing eciency (seventh nationally) enroute to Pac-12 Oensive Freshman of the Year and All-Pac-12 rst team QB honors. Throughthe rst ve games of the season, he has totalled 1,358 yards passing and 338 rushing with 21total touchdowns (14 pass, 7 rush) and zero turnovers. Mariota currently ranks eighth nationallyin pass eciency rating (176.33), second in points responsible for (126), second in yards percarry (12.07) and ninth in total oense (339.2 ypg). Considered by many national outlets asa Heisman Trophy candidate, Mariota is on four prestigious watch lists: Davey O’Brien Award(national quarterback award), Maxwell Award (most outstanding player), Walter Camp Award(most outstanding player) and Manning Award (top quarterback honor, including bowl game).
ANOTHER GAME, ANOTHER TOUCHDOWNMarcus Mariota
continued his streak of touchdown passes in a game with ve TD tosses inOregon’s 57-16 win at Colorado on Oct. 5. The sophomore has thrown at least one touchdownpass in all 18 games of his career, totaling 46 scores through the air. Mariota, who has 14touchdown passes this season, has thrown for two or more TDs in a game 12 times with acareer-high six touchdown passes at California as a freshman. He also has thrown four or moretouchdowns in a game six times. Mariota’s 18-game touchdown pass streak is tied for third in thenation behind Fresno State’s
Derek Carr
and Marshall’s
Rakeem Cato
. 
 Active TD Pass Streaks
Player (School) Streak Next Opponent (Date)1. Derek Carr (Fresno State) 25 vs. UNLV (Oct. 19)2. Rakeem Cato (Marshall) 23 at Florida Atlantic (Oct. 12)
3. Marcus Mariota Oregon 18 at Washington Oct. 12
Jordan Lynch (Northern Illinois) 18 vs. Akron (Oct. 12)5. Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville) 17 vs. Rutgers (Oct. 10)
LIGHTNING STRIKES
Of Oregon’s 39 drives resulting in touchdowns this season, 31 (79.5 percent) have lasted less thantwo minutes.
VS. THE TOP 25
 The Ducks are 15-6 against AP top 25 teams since
Mark Helrich’s
rst year on sta as oensivecoordinator in 2009, including a 5-1 mark last season. At home, UO is 10-2 vs. the top 25. Oregonis 3-1 in road games against ranked foes and 2-3 at neutral sites during that span.
TRENDS UNDER MARK HELFRICH
2013 All Yrs
Overall 5-0 5-0Home 3-0 3-0Away 2-0 2-0Neutral - -Grass 2-0 2-0 Turf 3-0 3-0vs. AP Top 5 - -vs. AP Top 10 - -vs. AP Top 25 - -Conf. Champ. Games - -Bowl Games - -Leading After 1st Qtr 5-0 5-0 Tied After 1st Qtr - - Trailing After 1st Qtr - -Leading at Half 5-0 5-0 Tied at Half - - Trailing at Half - -Leading After 3rd Qtr 5-0 5-0 Tied After 3rd Qtr - - Trailing After 3rd Qtr - -Overtime Games - -When Scoring First 3-0 3-0When Opp Scores First 2-0 2-0Largest Halftime Lead 38 38Largest Halftime Decit - -Scoring 20+ Points 5-0 5-0Scoring 30+ Points 5-0 5-0Scoring 40+ Points 5-0 5-0Scoring 50+ Points 5-0 5-0Allowing 20 or Less 5-0 5-0Allowing 30 or Less 5-0 5-0Decided by 3 or Less - -Decided by 10 or Less - -Rush <200 Yds - -Rush for >200 Yds 5-0 5-0Rush for >300 Yds 3-0 3-0Pass for >200 Yds 4-0 4-0Pass for >300 Yds 2-0 2-0Pass for > 400 Yds 2-0 2-0 Total >400 Yds 4-0 4-0 Total >500 Yds 4-0 4-0 Total > 600 Yds 2-0 2-0 Total > 700 Yds 2-0 2-0Opp. Rush <100 Yds 2-0 2-0Opp. Pass <200 Yards 3-0 3-0Opp. Total <300 Yards 1-0 1-0 Turnover Margin Positive 4-0 4-0 Turnover Margin Even - - Turnover Margin Negative 1-0 1-0Lead in Time of Possession 1-0 1-0 Trail in Time of Possession 4-0 4-0
 
GAME 6 •
OREGON AT WASHINGTON
OCT. 12, 2013
OREGON DUCKS
FOOTBALL GAME NOTES • 3
ROAD WARRIORS
Oregon has won 17 straight road games,which leads the country. Northern Illinois issecond on the list with 12. The Ducks’ last roadloss occurred on Nov. 7, 2009, at Stanford (51-42) – the only conference road setback in thepast four seasons.1.
Oregon
172. Northern Illinois 123. Alabama 104. Texas A&M 75. Oklahoma 6
VS. THE TOP 25
 The Ducks are 15-6 against AP top 25 teamssince
Mark Helrich’s
rst year on sta asoensive coordinator in 2009, including a 5-1mark last season. At home, UO is 10-2 vs. thetop 25. Oregon is 3-1 in road games againstranked foes and 2-3 at neutral sites duringthat span.
MARIOTA SETS TOUCHDOWN MARK
With seven total touchdowns at Colorado Oct.5, SO QB
Marcus Mariota
set the modern dayschool record for total TDs, besting the previousmark which had been accomplished six times,including Mariota’s own six-touchdown eort atCal in 2012. The second-year starter was 16-of-27 passing for 355 yards and ve touchdownsagainst the Bualoes. He also ran seven timesfor 43 yards and two scores.
BRALON BREAKS OUT
SO WR
Bralon Addison
, who took over as theDucks’ primary punt returner at the end of lastseason, tied the Oregon and Pac-12 records forpunt return touchdowns in a game, bringingback two (75 and 67 yards) in the Sept. 28 winvs. Cal. He joins
Clif Harris
as the only otherplayer in school history to duplicate that feat(vs. New Mexico in 2010), while they join USC’s
Mike Garrett
(1965 vs. California) and UCLA’s
Sam Brown
(1954 vs. Stanford) as co-holdersof the league record. Addison’s punt returntotal of 142 yards was the most by any Oregonplayer in one game since
Keenon Howry
’sschool-record 186 yards vs. Stanford in 2001. The Missouri City, Texas standout currentlyleads the country in punt returns, averaging30.9 yards on six returns
MARSHALL PLAN
With top rusher JR RB
De’Anthony Thomas
 sidelined since the opening kicko vs. Cal Sept.28, SO RB
Byron Marshall
has taken over asOregon’s backeld workhorse and put up back-to-back 100-yard games, including career-highs of 130 yards and two touchdowns againstthe Golden Bears and a career-best 23 totes(122 yards) at Colorado. The playing time ishardly new to Marshall, who has started four of ve games this season and amassed 448 yardsand four scores on a team-high 71 attempts.
HERE’S JOHNNY
 Tight end
 Johnny Mundt
made quite a debutcatching passes in Oregon’s win vs. TennesseeSept. 14. With expected starter
Colt Lyerla
 out of action, the true freshman made his rststart, recorded the rst ve receptions of hiscareer, including a pair of touchdowns, whileamassing 121 yards. That yardage total ranksas the ninth-most in a single game by a tightend at UO and is the highest total since
EdDickson
had 148 yards on 11 catches vs. Calin 2009. Mundt was named the John MackeyAward’s national tight end of the week.
OREGON 5-0
 The Ducks have eclipsed 50 points in all vegames this season, ranking second nationallyin scoring average at 59.2 points per game.UO’s streak of ve straight games with at least50 points is the rst in school history.
RECORD PASSING STREAK CONTINUES
SO QB
Marcus Mariota
has not beenintercepted in 202 pass attempts, dating tolast season. That streak is an Oregon record,besting
Kellen Clemens’
streak of 178 in 2004.No other QB in the FBS has more than eighttouchdowns without a pick this season, whileMariota has tossed 14. Mariota’s last INT cameat the end of the rst half vs. Stanford on Nov.17, 2012.
Consecutive Pass Attempts Without an INT202 Marcus Mariota, Oregon 2012-13
158 Caleb Herring, UNLV 2011-13158 Cody Fajardo, Nevada 2013138 Connor Shaw, South Carolina 2012-13120 Blake Bell, Oklahoma 2012-13106 Case McCoy, Texas 2012-13
MATHIS MAKES THE RECORD BOOK
JR CB
Dior Mathis
, also a member of the UOtrack & eld team, put that track speed ondisplay at Virginia Sept. 7, when he intercepteda pass deep in the end zone and ran more than100 yards before getting knocked out at theUVa 3-yard-line. Ocially, the third pick of hiscareer went in the books as a 97-yard return,tying
Kenny Wheaton
(vs. UW in 1994) and
Kenny Bryant
(at TCU in 1977) for the second-longest in school history. It was the longestnon-touchdown interception return by a Duck.
IT’S ALL ABOUT THE D
 The 59 points yielded by Oregon’s defense inits rst ve games of the season is the fewestnumber of points allowed through the rstve games of any season since 1964’s defensegave up only 48 points. That defense shutoutWashington in the sixth game in a 7-0 win.
OREGON IN THE POLLS
Week AP USA Harris BCS
Preseason 3 3 - -Sept. 3 2 3 - -Sept. 8 2 2 - -Sept. 15 2 2 - -Sept. 22 2 2 - -Sept. 29 2 2 - -Oct. 6 2 2 - -
USA Today Poll
(Week 6)1. Alabama (57) 5-0 15442.
Oregon 4
5-0 14863. Ohio State 6-0 13794. Clemson (1) 5-0 13565.
Stanord
5-0 13276. Florida State 5-0 11887. Georgia 4-1 11308. Louisville 5-0 11059. Texas A&M 4-1 106710. Oklahoma 5-0 96411. LSU 5-1 95312. South Carolina 4-1 83313.
UCLA
4-0 80714. Miami (FL) 5-0 74715. Baylor 4-0 69816. Michigan 5-0 59117. Florida 4-1 57418. Northwestern 4-1 39319.
Washington
4-1 36620. Oklahoma State 4-1 35021. Texas Tech 5-0 33622. Fresno State 5-0 32523. Northern Illinois 5-0 16924. Nebraska 4-1 12525. Virginia Tech 5-1 97
Associated Press Top 25
(Week 6)1. Alabama (55) 5-0 14952.
Oregon 5
5-0 14243. Clemson 5-0 13594. Ohio State 6-0 13055.
Stanord
5-0 12786. Florida State 5-0 11587. Georgia 4-1 11388. Louisville 5-0 10519. Texas A&M 4-1 100310. LSU 5-1 99311.
UCLA
4-0 84412. Oklahoma 5-0 81913. Miami (FL) 5-0 78014. South Carolina 4-1 76415. Baylor 4-0 68116.
Washington
4-1 55617. Florida 4-1 53618. Michigan 5-0 51419. Northwestern 4-1 41820. Texas Tech 5-0 35821. Fresno State 5-0 25822. Oklahoma State 4-1 20423. Northern Illinois 5-0 13824. Virginia Tech 5-1 11525. Missouri 5-0 105* Oregon Opponents in
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