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Dave Williford, Exec. Asst. AD/Director diw@uoregon.edu Andy McNamara, Assistant Director mcnamara@uoregon.edu

GAME 9 Nov. 5, 2011


2011 OREGON SCHEDULE
S3 S10 S17 S24 O6 O15 O22 O29 N5 N12 N19 N26 ^vs. #4 LSU (ABC) Arlington, TX NEVADA (FX) Eugene MISSOURI STATE (OSN) Eugene *at Arizona (ESPN2) Tucson *CALIFORNIA (ESPN) Eugene *ARIZONA ST. (ESPN) Eugene *at Colorado (FSN) Boulder *WASH. ST. (FSN) Eugene *at Washington (FSN) Seattle *at Stanford (ABC) Stanford *USC (ABC) Eugene *OREGON STATE Eugene L 27-40 W 69-20 W 56-7 W 56-31 W 43-15 W 41-27 W 45-2 W 43-28 7:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. TBA

OREGON DUCKS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES

No. 6 Ducks Begin Seasons Stretch Run at Washington Against Rival Huskies
GAME #9 Date: Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011 Location: Seattle, Wash. Kickoff: 7:41 p.m. PT Stadium: Husky Stadium (FieldTurf ) Capacity: 72,500
ONE TO WATCH Auburn, Wash., native David Paulson has made the most of his previous two games against Washington, catching five balls for 100 yards. The senior all-conference tight end heads into Saturdays contest having caught TDs in three of the last five games while accounting for all but 26 of his receiving yards on the year. Paulson is averaging 15.4 yards per reception for his career, which is tops among current Ducks with ten or more career grabs.

OREGON DUCKS 7-1, 5-0 Pac-12 IN THE POLLS No. 8 BCS No. 6 AP No. 6 USA Today LEADERS Rushing James, 108/905/8 TD Barner, 79/560/7 TD Passing Da. Thomas, 100-163-5 1380 yds/18 TD Receiving De. Thomas, 25/382/6 TD Tuinei, 24/335/7 TD Defense Boyett, 48 TT, 2 TFL, 2 BLK Jordan, 29 TT, 2.5 SCK, 8 TFL

WASHINGTON HUSKIES 6-2, 4-1 Pac-12 IN THE POLLS NR BCS RV AP RV USA Today LEADERS Rushing Polk, 183/1016/9 TD Callier, 35/182/1 TD Passing Price, 157-236-8 1990 yds/23 TD Receiving Aguilar, 28/427/3 TD Kearse, 31/395/6 TD Defense Dennison, 71 TT, 4.5 TFL, INT Trufant, 43 TT, 2 INT, 9 PBU

^Cowboys Classic *Pac-12 Conference Game All times PT

OREGON COACHING STAFF


Chip Kelly, Third Year (29-5, 22-1 Pac-12) ................. HC Nick Aliotti, 20th Year (booth) ...................................... DC Jerry Azzinaro, Third Year ................................................DL Gary Campbell, 29th Year ............................................... RB Scott Frost, Third Year......................................................WR Steve Greatwood, 25th Year ..........................................OL Mark Helfrich, Third Year (booth) ................................ OC John Neal, Ninth Year .......................................................DB Tom Osborne, 11th Year ..........................................STC/TE Don Pellum, 22nd Year .....................................................LB Jim Radcliffe, 27th Year....................... Strength & Cond. Greg Austin, Second Year (booth) .............GA, Offense Erik Chinander, Second Year (booth) .......GA, Defense

OREGON QUICK FACTS


Location ............................................................Eugene, Ore. Founded ...........................................................................1876 Enrollment ...................................................................24,000 Nickname ...................................................................... Ducks Colors ........................................................Green and Yellow Stadium (Capacity)..................................Autzen (54,000) Playing Surface .......................................................FieldTurf Conference...................................................................Pac-12 First Football Season ....................................................1894 President...................................................Richard Lariviere Faculty Representative ........................... James OFallon Athletics Website .............................www.GoDucks.com

ON THE AIR National Television: FSN/ROOT Sports Northwest with Craig Bolerjack (pxp), Joel Klatt (analyst) & Petros Papadakis (reporter). National Radio: ESPN Radio with Bill Rosinski (pxp), David Norrie (analyst) & Joe Schad (reporter). Local Radio: Oregon Sports Network with Jerry Allen (pxp), Mike Jorgensen (analyst) & Jay Allen (reporter). Satellite Radio: XM 190, Sirius 92. THE SERIES Washington leads the all-time series, 58-40-5, and has a 33-23-4 edge in Seattle. Oregons current seven-game winning streak is the longest by either team in the history of the series. The Ducks have won all seven games in the streak by 20 or more points. Saturdays game will be the final one played at the current Husky Stadium before major renovations. The Ducks first trip to the 92-year-old venue was in 1922 and resulted in a 3-3 tie. QUICK HITS Oregon has won 17 straight conference games, which is the longest streak in the Pac-12. JR RB LaMichael James ranks first nationally in all-purpose yards per game (200.17), second in rushing average (150.83) and 15th in scoring (10.0). Through five Pac-12 games, JR RB Kenjon Barner is averaging 110.6 yards rushing and has scored all seven of his touchdowns on the year. FR RB/WR DeAnthony Thomas is the national leader among true freshmen in scoring average (8.5) and is tied with Clemson WR Sammy Watkins for the most touchdowns by a true freshman with 11. Head coach Chip Kellys next victory will be his 30th and tie Hugo Bezdek (1906, 1913-17) for fifth all-time at Oregon. Oregon has been ranked in 23 consecutive BCS Standings, including the last 14 in the top 10, dating to Nov. 16, 2008. UOs eight interceptions on the season have been made by eight different players. Through eight games, Oregon has recovered one fumble, which is fewest among all 120 FBS teams.

OREGON FOOTBALL FACTS


2010 Record .......................................................................12-1 2010 Pac-10 Record/Finish .....................................9-0/1st 2010 Final National Ranking .........No. 3 USA Today/AP All-Time Record.......................................585-471-46 (.552) All-Time Pac-12 Record ........................277-302-20 (.479) Lettermen Returning/Lost ......................................... 39/26 Starters Returning/Lost .............................................. 13/11 All-America Honorees Returning/Lost....................... 2/0 All-Pac-10 Honorees Returning/Lost .......................... 3/4 All-Time Bowl Record......................................................9-15 Bowl Appearances Since 1990 ........................................17 BCS Bowl Record ................................................................ 1-2
For up-to-date information on Oregon Football, visit the official athletics website

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OREGON DUCKS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES 2


BOWL BOUND After picking up their sixth win of the season Oct. 22 at Colorado, the Ducks became bowleligible for a seventh straight year. Oregon is one of only ten programs nationally to play in a bowl game in at least 18 of the past 22 seasons. JAMES CONSIDERED FOR MAXWELL AWARD JR RB LaMichael James has been named one of 16 semifinalists for the 75th annual Maxwell Award, presented to the collegiate player of the year. Last seasons Doak Walker Award winner and Heisman Trophy finalist currently leads the nation with an average of 200.2 allpurpose yards per game and ranks second in rushing at 150.9. Despite missing two games following an elbow dislocation, James has 905 rushing yards and 10 total touchdowns through six games. He is averaging a careerbest 8.4 yards per carry in 2011 and became the first Duck to score touchdowns rushing, receiving and punt returning in the same game when he accomplished the feat vs. Nevada on Sept. 10. THOMAS NAMED OBRIEN SEMIFINALIST For the second straight season JR QB Darron Thomas has been named one of 16 semifinalists for the 2011 Davey OBrien quarterback award. The second-year starter ranks seventh nationally in passing efficiency rating (162.77) and is 100 of 163 for 1,380 yards and 18 touchdowns against only five interceptions. Thomas has thrown at least one TD pass in 20 straight games, which is the second-longest active streak in the country behind Wisconsin QB Russell Wilson (32). QUACK MAMBA With two more touchdowns in UOs Oct. 29 win vs. Washington State, FR RB DeAnthony Thomas now has 11 through his first eight games to lead the Ducks. Nicknamed Black Mamba during his standout prep career at Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles, Thomas has set a new UO mark for touchdowns by a true freshman, breaking Derek Lovilles previous record of 10 (7 rush, 3 rec) set in 1986. Thomas, averaging 8.5 points per game, currently ranks first nationally among all true freshmen (non-kickers) in scoring.

Keeping Up With The Ducks


OREGON FOOTBALL WITH CHIP KELLY Mondays, 8 p.m. on Comcast SportsNet THE COOLER OREGON TAILGATE TUESDAY Chip Kelly/Jerry Allen Tuesdays, 7-8 p.m. Broadcast live from The Cooler on the Oregon Sports Radio Network

TELEVISED REPLAYS Televised replays, when not prohibited by the Pac-10 and FSN, will air Saturdays at 11 p.m. and Sundays at 6:30 p.m. 2011 OREGON SPORTS RADIO NETWORK Astoria KKEE-AM 1230 Bend KBND-AM 1110 Brookings KURY-AM 910 Burns KBNH-AM 1230 Coos Bay/North Bend KWRO-AM 630 Corvallis/Albany KGAL-AM 1580 Eugene KUGN-AM 590 Florence KCST-AM 106.9 Grants Pass KAJO-AM 1270 Hood River KIHR-AM 1340 John Day KJDY-AM 1400 Klamath Falls KFLS-AM 1450 Lakeview KQIK-AM 1230 Lincoln City KBCH-AM 1400 Medford KCMX-AM 880 Newport/Toledo KCUP-AM 1230 Pendleton KTIX-AM 1240 Portland The Game 95.5 Roseburg KSKR-FM 101.1 Salem KYKN-AM 1430 Tillamook KTIL-FM 94.3 Nationwide SIRIUS/XM 193-195 O-ZONE GoDucks.TV On-demand video replays and live audio coverage of some Oregon Football games are available to O-Zone subscribers at www.GoDucks.TV.

HEAD COACH CHIP KELLY Oregons 30th head coach, who in 2009 became the first in Pac-10 history to win an outright conference title in his first season at the helm, followed that feat with a second conference crown while securing the programs first trip to the BCS Championship Game following the 2010 season. The Manchester, N.H., native guided his team to more wins (22) in his first two years in the Pac-8/10/12 than any coach in conference history. Recognized as Pac-10 coach of the year for the second time in as many seasons, Kelly was named the recipient of five national coach of the year awards last year: AFCA, AP, Eddie Robinson, Sporting News and Walter Camp. Hes overseen the teams first 12-win season and led the Ducks to a school-record 12-game winning streak. In his first head coaching job at any level, Kelly has a mark of 29-5, 22-1 in Pac-12 play. His .853 overall winning percentage is the highest in school history and his .957 percentage in conference play is the best in Pac-12 history. RETURN MEN The 2011 Oregon Ducks return 39 letterwinners, including 13 starters - seven on offense and six on defense. UO also welcomes back every specialist with the exception of holder Nate Costa. OREGON AT 7-1, 5-0 At 7-1 to start the year, the Ducks have now posted a 7-1 or better record through their first eight games for the 13th time in school history and seventh time in the past 12 seasons. UO is 5-0 to begin conference play for the third consecutive season and sixth time in history. Every previous time the Ducks have started 5-0 in league they have earned at least a share of the conference title. LIGHTNING STRIKES Of Oregons 47 offensive drives resulting in touchdowns, 26 have taken two minutes or less and ten have lasted under a minute. UOs longest drive of the season, in terms of yards, lasted 37 seconds as the Ducks drove 93 yards in three plays on consecutive pass completions of 46, 40 and 7 yards against Missouri State.

THIS WEEK IN OREGON FOOTBALL (practice times tenative; check with Media Services Office for updates)
Tuesday
Practice Closed Media Availability Approx. 11 a.m. Coach Kelly Press Conference 11:30 a.m.

NOVEMBER 2011
5 Sunday
Off Day

1 Wednesday
Practice Closed Media Availability Approx. 11 a.m.

2 Thursday
Practice Closed Media Availability Approx. 11:00 a.m.

3 Friday
Practice Closed Media Availability None

4 Saturday
Game Day Kickoff at UW 7:30 p.m. PT on ROOT/FSN

6 Monday
Practice Closed Media Availability Approx. 11 a.m.

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THE OTHER DT FR RB DeAnthony Thomas piled up a seasonhigh 262 all-purpose yards last week vs. Washington State, which included a 93-yard kickoff return for a touchdown - tying for the tenthlongest kickoff return in Oregon history. With 1,262 on the season, Thomas is 291 AP yards away from breaking into the Ducks single-season top 10. He is the only player in the country with 300-plus yards rushing, receiving and kick returning. SUSTAINED SUCCESS After back-to-back appearances in BCS bowl games, the Oregon football program has clearly reached new heights. But general success on the gridiron isnt anything new in Eugene. Since 1994, only USC has won more games, but Oregon has more official victories after accounting for the 14 Trojan wins that were vacated by the NCAA from 2004 to 2005. Pac-12 Schools 1994-present W L Pct. USC *159 66 .707 Oregon 154 64 .706 Utah 147 64 .697 ASU 117 95 .552 UCLA 116 97 .545 Colorado 115 102 .530 OSU 109 103 .514 Washington 106 105 .502 Cal 105 106 .498 Arizona 102 108 .486 Stanford 100 104 .490 WSU 94 115 .450 *Includes 14 wins from 2004-05 that have since been vacated BENNETTS DEBUT A SUCCESS FR QB Bryan Bennett made the first start of his career on Oct. 22 at Colorado, leading the Ducks to a 45-2 victory. Bennett passed for 153 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed six times for 69 yards before giving way to SO QB Dustin Haines in the fourth quarter. Over the past three games, starting in the second half vs. Arizona State on Oct. 15, Bennett has led Oregon to 13 scores on 18 drives (not counting taking a knee to end a half ). ONE FOR THE BOOKS JR RB LaMichael James set Oregon singlegame records for rushing and all-purpose yards in the Ducks 56-31 win at Arizona Sept. 24. His 288 yards on the ground eclipsed Onterrio Smiths 285 at Washington State Oct. 27, 2001, and his 363 all-purpose yards broke Smiths mark of 342 - also in the game vs. the Cougars. James rushing effort tied former Arizona RB Trung Canidate (288 vs. ASU in 1998) for 10th in conference history. Category Net Punting Rushing Offense Total Offense Scoring Offense Sacks Allowed Pass Efficiency Sacks Pass Eff. Defense Punt Returns Scoring Defense Tackles for Loss Turnover Margin Kickoff Returns Rushing Defense Total Defense Passing Offense Pass Defense

OREGON DUCKS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES 3 TRENDS UNDER CHIP KELLY


Overall Home Away Neutral Grass Turf vs. Top 5 vs. Top 10 vs. Top 25 Bowl Games Leading After 1st Qtr Tied After 1st Qtr Trailing After 1st Qtr Leading at Half Tied at Half Trailing at Half Leading After 3rd Qtr Tied After 3rd Qtr Trailing After 3rd Qtr Overtime Games When Scoring First When Opp Scores First Largest Halftime Lead Largest Halftime Deficit Scoring 20+ Points Scoring 30+ Points Scoring 40+ Points Scoring 50+ Points Allowing 20 or Less Allowing 30 or Less Decided by 3 or Less Decided by 10 or Less Rush <200 Yds Rush for >200 Yds Rush for >300 Yds Pass for >200 Yds Pass for >300 Yds Total >400 Yds Opp. Rush <100 Yds Opp. Pass <200 Yards Opp. Total <300 Yards Turnover Margin Positive Turnover Margin Even Turnover Margin Negative Lead in Time of Possession Trail in Time of Possession 2011 7-1 5-0 2-0 0-1 2-0 5-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 6-1 1-0 6-0 1-1 7-0 0-1 4-0 3-1 41 3 7-1 7-0 7-0 3-0 4-0 6-0 0-1 6-0 5-0 4-1 1-0 7-0 2-0 2-1 2-1 2-0 4-0 1-1 7-1 All Yrs 29-5 18-0 11-2 0-3 7-3 22-2 1-2 3-3 8-4 0-2 18-1 4-2 7-2 22-0 2-0 5-5 28-0 1-5 1-0 15-1 14-4 59 17 28-2 27-1 23-1 10-0 16-1 22-3 3-1 5-3 4-4 23-1 13-0 16-2 4-1 23-2 11-0 14-2 12-1 13-1 9-2 7-2 7-0 22-5 Avg. NCAA Pac-12 45.14 1 1 309.25 4 1 526.88 5 1 47.50 5 2 0.63 6 3 162.38 8 2 2.88 T14 2 109.25 15 1 11.44 26 4 21.25 27 3 7.00 29 3 0.00 T57 6 21.81 59 6 157.63 65 9 397.00 72 7 217.63 72 10 239.38 83 5

2011 OREGON RANKINGS

RECORD RUN JR RB LaMichael James ripped off the longest run in Autzen Stadium history and secondlongest scamper in UO history with a 90-yard touchdown vs. Missouri State Sept. 17. It was the longest run by an Oregon player since Bob Smith went 92 yards for a score vs. Idaho in 1938. Jonathan Stewart held the previous stadium record with an 88-yarder vs. Fresno State in 2007. James also had a 50-yard touchdown run vs. the Bears, becoming the first UO player known to have two TDs of 50-plus in the same game. RECORD RUN TIMES TWO JR RB Kenjon Barner had the longest rush in a road game in school history when he ran for an 84-yard touchdown at Colorado on Oct. 22. Overall, Barners burst was the eighth-longest at UO. Jeremiah Johnsons 83-yarder at Oregon State in 2008 was the previous record rush away from home. AMONG THE PAC-12 GREATS With 4,182 career rushing yards, JR RB LaMichael James ranks fourth in Pac-12 history. He is just the second back in conference history to surpass the 4,000-mark as a junior, joining USCs Charles White. White holds the Pac-12s all-time rushing mark with 6,245 yards. 200-YARD CLUB Only ten Oregon backs have ever eclipsed 200 rushing yards in a single game, but JR RB LaMichael James has taken the accomplishment to an entirely new level by doing it six times in his career, including three consecutive games earlier this season - both UO records. James became the first Pac-12 player with three straight 200-yard efforts since USCs Marcus Allen in 1981, and the first FBS player since Tulanes Matt Forte in 2007.

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Conf. North Division W L Stanford 6 0 OREGON 5 0 Washington 4 1 Oregon State 2 3 California 1 4 Washington State 1 4 South Division Arizona State USC UCLA Utah Arizona Colorado 4 3 3 1 1 0 1 2 2 4 5 5

OREGON DUCKS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES 4


Week Preseason Sept. 6 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30

2011 Pac-12 Standings


Overall W L 8 0 7 1 6 2 2 6 4 4 3 5 6 6 4 4 2 1 2 2 4 4 6 8 Stk W16 W7 W1 L1 L1 L4 W1 L1 W1 W1 L1 L6

100-YARD GAMES It took until the third game before the Ducks had a 100-yard rushing performance, but JR RB LaMichael James did that and then some when he ran for 204 yards vs. Missouri State. With 288 the next week at Arizona and 239 vs. California, James has 21 games of 100 yards or more in his career (in 30 appearances), extending his own Oregon record. JR RB Kenjon Barner has hit the mark in each of the past three games with a career-high 171 vs. Arizona State followed by 115 at Colorado and 107 against Washington State. NO DOUBTING THOMAS With another touchdown pass vs. Washington State Oct. 29, JR QB Darron Thomas now has 51 for his career to rank fifth on UOs all-time list and needs 11 to tie Danny ONeil (199194) for the school record. The Houston native ranks ninth on UOs career passing list with 4,529 yards and tenth in total offense with 5,150 yards. THOMAS TIES TOUCHDOWN MARK JR QB Darron Thomas six touchdown passes vs. Nevada Sept. 10 matched the school record previously achieved by Joey Harrington (vs. Arizona State in both 2000 and 01) and Danny ONeil (vs. Stanford in 1994). Thomas became the first Oregon player with five touchdowns in one half, connecting with five different receivers over the first two quarters. RATING A RARITY JR QB Darron Thomas had a passing efficiency rating of 303.05 against Nevada, completing 13 of 19 attempts for 295 yards and six scores. That rating was the fourth highest in college football since 2005 among QBs with at least 15 attempts against FBS competition and highest since Notre Dames Jimmy Clausen - also against Nevada - had a 303.66 in 09. No Pac10/12 quarterback has had a more efficient day passing the ball in at least seven seasons. START ME UP Eight Ducks made their starting debuts in the season opener vs. LSU. On offense, JR WR Justin Hoffman, FR C Hroniss Grasu and SR RG Ramsen Golpashin got the nod, and on defense, SO DT Taylor Hart, JR DT Isaac Remington, SR LB Dewitt Stuckey, JR LB Michael Clay and FR CB Terrance Mitchell. In Week 2, JR WR Rahsaan Vaughn made his first career start, in Week 3 it was SO FS Avery Patterson and JR LB Kiko Alonso, and Week 8 saw FR QB Bryan Bennett, FR CB Troy Hill and FR RB/WR DeAnthony Thomas getting their first-ever starts. FR CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu became the latest newcomer to the starting lineup when he lined up during the first series vs. Washington State in Week 9, bringing the total number of first-time starters this season to 15.

OREGON IN THE POLLS


AP 3 13 12 10 9 9 9 9 7 6 USA 3 14 14 13 11 9 9 T8 7 6 Harris

BCS

9 9 7 6

10 7 8 1439 1401 1305 1278 1241 1148 1096 1035 976 861 851 755 718 611 586 553 536 446 420 384 323 230 128 111 107 1457 1434 1323 1314 1237 1175 1117 1046 973 919 871 779 734 679 646 528 463 445 440 410 270 232 193 160 122

Week 10 Friday, Nov. 4 USC at Colorado, 6 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, Nov. 5 Stanford at Oregon State, 12:30 p.m. (ABC) Washington St. at California, 3:30 p.m. (ROOT) Utah at Arizona, 4 p.m. (FS AZ/FCS Central) Arizona State at UCLA, 4:30 p.m. (Versus) Oregon at Washington, 7:30 p.m. (ROOT/FSN)
All times Pacific Time

Pac-12 Weekly Teleconference


Media interested in taking part in the weekly teleconference must obtain permission from the Pac-12 office (925-932-4411) 10:00 a.m. .......................... Jon Embree, Colorado 10:10 a.m. ............................David Shaw, Stanford 10:20 a.m. ............................ Mike Stoops, Arizona 10:30 a.m. ......................Mike Riley, Oregon State 10:40 a.m. .......................Kyle Whittingham, Utah 10:50 a.m. ............................Rick Neuheisel, UCLA 11:00 a.m. ..........Dennis Erickson, Arizona State 11:10 a.m. ............. Paul Wulff, Washington State 11:20 a.m. ...............................Chip Kelly, Oregon 11:30 a.m. .............. Steve Sarkisian, Washington 11:40 a.m. ..........................Jeff Tedford, California 11:50 a.m. .......................................Lane Kiffin, USC *approx. 12:10 p.m. until late Sept.
Conducted every Tuesday during FB season

Associated Press Top 25 (as of 10/30) 1. LSU (47) 8-0 2. Alabama (10) 8-0 3. Oklahoma State 8-0 4. Stanford 8-0 5. Boise State (1) 7-0 6. Oregon 7-1 7. Oklahoma 7-1 8. Arkansas 7-1 9. Nebraska 7-1 10. South Carolina 7-1 11. Clemson 8-1 12. Virginia Tech 8-1 13. Michigan 7-1 14. Houston 8-0 15. Michigan State 6-2 16. Penn State 8-1 17. Kansas State 7-1 18. Georgia 6-2 19. Wisconsin 6-2 20. Arizona State 6-2 21. USC 6-2 22. Georgia Tech 7-2 23. Cincinnati 6-1 24. West Virginia 6-2 25. Auburn 6-3 USA Today Top 25 (as of 10/30) 1. LSU (41) 8-0 2. Alabama (18) 8-0 3. Stanford 8-0 4. Oklahoma State 8-0 5. Boise State 7-0 6. Oregon 7-1 7. Oklahoma 7-1 8. Arkansas 7-1 9. Nebraska 7-1 10. South Carolina 7-1 11. Virginia Tech 8-1 12. Clemson 8-1 13. Michigan 7-1 14. Houston 8-0 15. Penn State 8-1 16. Michigan State 6-2 17. Wisconsin 6-2 18. Arizona State 6-2 19. Kansas State 7-1 20. Georgia 6-2 21. West Virginia 6-2 22. Cincinnati 6-1 23. Georgia Tech 7-2 24. Southern Miss 7-1 25. Texas 5-2 * Oregon Opponents in Bold

2011 Pac-12 Preseason Poll


North Division 1. Oregon (29) 2. Stanford (13) 3. Washington 4. Oregon State 5. California 6. Washington State South Division 1. USC (24) 2. Arizona State (13) 3. Utah (4) 4. Arizona (1) 5. UCLA 6. Colorado
First place votes in parenthesis ( )

239 220 142 120 110 51 230 207 170 140 89 46

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THREE FOR THREE FR TE Colt Lyerla has three receptions on the season - all resulting in touchdowns. After scoring on a 20-yard catch vs. Nevada Sept. 10, the Oregon native had TD grabs of 7 and 26 yards the following week vs. Missouri State. He is the first true freshman at Oregon to score a touchdown on his first career reception. Bobby Nero vs. Michigan State in 1998 (as a redshirt freshman) and Len Read vs. Cal in 1956 (as a sophomore) are the only other Ducks to make their first collegiate catch a TD. EXPLOSION PLAYS After not recording a single play from scrimmage of 25 or more yards in the season opener vs. LSU, the Ducks are back to their big play ways with 44 since. Last season, the Ducks had 57 such plays - an average of nearly 4.5 per contest. 90 - James rush vs. MSU* 84 - Barner rush at CU* 69 - De. Thomas rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. NEV* 68 - Barner rush vs. CAL* 62 - De. Thomas rush vs. NEV 55 - Tuinei rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. WSU* 53 - James rush vs. CAL* 51 - Hawkins rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. NEV 50 - James rush vs. MSU* 47 - James rush vs. CAL 47 - James rush at ARIZ 46 - Vaughn rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. MSU 45 - De. Thomas rec. (Bennett) vs. WSU* 45 - Huff rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. ASU 44 - James rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. NEV* 43 - Bennett rush at CU 42 - James rush at ARIZ 41 - De. Thomas rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. CAL 40 - Tuinei rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. MSU 39 - James rush vs. CAL 36 - Bennett rush vs. ASU 34 - Tuinei rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. MSU* 33 - Hoffman rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. WSU 31 - Tuinei rec. (Bennett) at CU 31 - Paulson rec. (Bennett) at CU* 31 - Barner rec. (Bennett) at CU 31 - James rush at ARIZ 30 - James rush vs. CAL 29 - Barner vs. ASU 29 - De. Thomas rush vs. ASU 29 - Carson rush vs. MSU 28 - Barner rush vs. WSU* 28 - Hoffman rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. WSU 28 - Tuinei rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. ASU* 27 - Huff rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. ASU 27 - Huff rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. CAL 27 - James rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. MSU 26 - Barner rush vs. WSU 26 - Lyerla rec. (Bennett) vs. MSU* 26 - Forde rush vs. NEV* 26 - Da. Thomas rush vs. NEV 25 - Barner vs. ASU 25 - Da. Thomas rush vs. CAL 25 - Vaughn rec. (Da. Thomas) vs. NEV* * indicates touchdown Opponent LSU Nevada Missouri State Arizona California Arizona State Colorado Washington St.

OREGON DUCKS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES 5 OREGON SCOUT TEAM PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Offensive None Tyler Johnstone B.J. Kelley Blake Stanton Trevor Fox Dustin Haines Dane Ebanez Anthony Blake Defensive None Chad Delaney Isaac Ava Sam Kamp Ryan Hagen Rahim Cassell Mike Garrity Grant Thompson Special Teams None Rahim Cassell J.R. Maffie Chad Delaney Dane Ebanez Grant Thompson Anthony Wallace Dane Ebanez

OREGON DUCKS ON NFL ROSTERS (as of Oct. 31)


Player Bair, Brandon Blount, LeGarrette Boyd, Jerome (PS) Byrd, Jairus Chung, Pat Davis, Drew (PS) Dickson, Ed Dixon, Dennis Feeley, A.J. Johnson, Jeremiah (PS) Maehl, Jeff (PS) Matthews, Casey Morris, Maurice Ngata, Haloti Olshansky, Igor Paysinger, Spencer Peelle, Justin Reed, Nick Rosario, Dante Schwartz, Geoff (RES) Snyder, Adam Stewart, Jonathan Thurmond, Walter (RES) Toeaina, Matt Tukuafu, Will (RES) Fenuki Tupou Unger, Max Ward, T.J. Team Kansas City Chiefs Tampa Bay Buccaneers Oakland Raiders Buffalo Bills New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons Baltimore Ravens Pittsburgh Steelers St. Louis Rams Denver Broncos Houston Texans Philadelphia Eagles Detroit Lions Baltimore Ravens Miami Dolphins New York Giants San Francisco 49ers Chicago Bears Denver Broncos Carolina Panthers San Francisco 49ers Carolina Panthers Seattle Seahawks Chicago Bears San Francisco 49ers New Orleans Saints Seattle Seahawks Cleveland Browns

Position Defensive End Running Back Safety Safety Safety Wide Receiver Tight End Quarterback Quarterback Running Back Wide Receiver Linebacker Running Back Defensive Tackle Defensive Tackle Linebacker Tight End Defensive End Tight End Offensive Tackle Offensive Tackle Running Back Cornerback Defensive Tackle Defensive Tackle Tackle Center Safety

PS - Practice Squad RES - Injured Reserve

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DUCKS AMONG NATIONAL LEADERS Name Cat. Stat NCAA Pac-12 Kenjon Barner Rushing 93.33 37 5 Scoring 8.00 T54 7 All-Purp. 123.00 T60 9 Cliff Harris Punt Returns 7.56 36 3 LaMichael James Rushing 150.83 2 1 All-Purp. 200.17 1 1 Scoring 10.00 15 2 Total Off. 150.83 98 12 Dion Jordan Tackles/Loss 1.00 T87 T4 Josh Kaddu Sacks 0.62 T40 T2 Alejandro Maldonado Scoring 7.57 65 10 Jackson Rice Punting 47.41 5 1 Darron Thomas Pass Eff. 162.77 7 2 Total Off. 212.57 64 10 DeAnthony Thomas All-Purp. 157.75 16 5 Kickoff Ret. 24.40 T41 5 Scoring 8.25 T48 6 ALL-PURPOSE BACK JR RB LaMichael James versatility has been on display through his first five games of the season as hes racked up yardage rushing (905), receiving (159), punt returning (116) and kick returning (21). James 1,201 all-purpose yards to date give him 4,895 for his career - good for third in school history. ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED Already the schools all-time rusher with 4,182 yards, JR RB LaMichael James added the Oregon record for touchdowns - both rushing and overall - after his two-TD effort at Arizona Sept. 24. James now has 43 TDs running the football and 48 overall, eclipsing Derek Lovilles (1986-89) former marks of 42 and 45, respectively. He sits ninth on the Pac-12 career list for rushing touchdowns. Pac-12 Career Rushing Touchdowns 1. 59 Ken Simonton, Oregon St., 1998-2001 2. 52 LenDale White, USC, 2003-05 3. 49 Charles White, USC, 1976-79 4. 48 Skip Hicks, UCLA, 1993-97 5. 46 Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon St., 2008-10 6. 45 Marcus Allen, USC, 1978-81 7. 44 Toby Gerhart, Stanford, 2006-09 Anthony Davis, USC, 1972-74 9. 43 LaMichael James, Oregon, 200910. 41 Derek Loville, Oregon, 1986-89

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KELLY AT AUTZEN Head coach Chip Kelly made his sideline debut at Autzen Stadium Sept. 12, 2009 (W 38-36 vs. Purdue) after spending the prior two seasons calling plays from a booth high above the field as the teams offensive coordinator. Since Kellys arrival in 2007, the Ducks are 28-3 at Autzen, averaging 46.1 points per home game. NON-CONFERENCE SUCCESS Since 2000, Oregon is 31-6 in regular season, out-of-conference contests, earning notable victories against the likes of Oklahoma, Wisconsin and Michigan (x2). During that stretch, the Ducks are 3-1 against the SEC, 5-2 vs. the Big Ten, 1-1 vs. the Big 12, 3-0 against the Mountain West, 12-2 vs. the WAC, 2-0 against Conference USA and 5-0 vs. FCS sides. VS. THE TOP 10 Oregon is 3-3 against the top 10 under Chip Kelly, with two defeats coming in BCS bowl games: vs. No. 8 Ohio State in the 2010 Rose Bowl and No. 1 Auburn in the 2011 BCS Championship, and the other vs. No. 4 LSU in the 2011 Cowboys Classic in Arlington, Texas. VS. THE TOP 25 The Ducks are 1-1 against top 25 teams this season and 8-4 against ranked opposition in the Chip Kelly era. At home, Kellys troops are 7-0 vs. the top 25. UOs only loss to a nonranked team during Kellys tenure came at Stanford on Nov. 7, 2009. The Cardinal became ranked the following week as a result of their victory. PLAYERS OF THE WEEK A running tally of weekly accolades for Oregon Football: Week 1 - vs. No. 4 LSU None Week 2 - vs. Nevada Mark Asper Team Offensive Player of the Week Ben Butterfield Team Special Teams Player of the Week Michael Clay Team Defensive Player of the Week LaMichael James CFPA Punt Returner of the Week Paul Hornung Award Weekly Honor Roll Darron Thomas CFPA Performer of the Week CFPA Quarterback of the Week HM Davey OBrien Award QB of the Week DeAnthony Thomas Honorable Mention CFPA RB of the Week Week 3 - vs. Missouri State LaMichael James CFPA Running Back of the Week Team Offensive Player of the Week

BO KNOWS TOUCHDOWNS SO LB Boseko Lokombo scored his second touchdown of the season and third of his career when he returned a blocked punt 25 yards for a score last week vs. Washington State. Earlier this season, he turned his first career interception into a 67-yard pick 6. As a freshman in 2010, the Canadian recovered and returned a fumble for a 32-yard TD at Arizona State. YOUNG FOLKS Five true freshmen got the call to play in the season opener vs. LSU. In order of appearance: RB Tra Carson, RB DeAnthony Thomas, OL Jake Fisher, TE Colt Lyerla and DB Ifo EkpreOlomu. LB Rodney Hardrick saw the field vs. Missouri State and LB Anthony Wallace debuted at Colorado, bringing the total to seven. Last season, five Ducks played as true freshman, but the only non specialists were DT Ricky Heimuli and WR Josh Huff. Through three games, 15 redshirt freshmen and three transfers have also made their UO debuts. ESPN COLLEGE GAMEDAY IN EUGENE ESPN College GameDay produced its weekly college football preview show from the University of Oregon prior to the Ducks matchup with No. 18 Arizona State, marking the sixth appearance in Eugene by the immensely popular show which features Chris Fowler, Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard, Erin Andrews and David Pollack. For the first time, the production originated from campus, taking place on the memorial quad with the Lillis Business Complex as a backdrop. With the win vs. the Sun Devils, UO now owns a 5-1 record when hosting GameDay with the lone defeat coming vs. No. 6 Cal, 31-24, in 2007. Last season, the No. 4 Ducks beat No. 9 Stanford, 52-31. Other home wins in front of GameDay were a 47-20 Halloween upset of fourthranked USC in 09 (UO was No. 10), a 35-23 win vs. No. 6 Arizona State in 07 (UO was No. 4) and a 29-10 upset of No. 6 UCLA in 2000 (UO was unranked). AUTZEN ADVANTAGE The Ducks have won 21 straight games at Autzen Stadium, dating to 2008, which is the second-longest streak in stadium history and the second-longest active streak in the nation behind Boise State (35). UO won a record 23 straight at home between 1997 and 2001. Oregon has won its last 16 Pac-10/12 contests at home since falling in overtime against Oregon State in the 2007 Civil War. HOUSE OF LOUD With standing room only crowds in all five home games thus far, including a stadium and State of Oregon record 60,055 Oct. 15 vs. Arizona State, the Ducks have run their sellout streak at Autzen Stadium (cap. 54,000) to 79 consecutive games, dating to 1999.

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Keloni Kamalani Team Special Teams Player of the Week Eddie Pleasant Team Defensive Player of the Week Jackson Rice Honorable Ment. CFPA Punter of the Week Week 4 - at Arizona LaMichael James Pac-12 Player of the Week (offense) Paul Hornung Award Weekly Honor Roll CFPA Running Back of the Week Team co-Offensive Player of the Week Dion Jordan Team co-Defensive Player of the Week Jackson Rice Team Special Teams Player of the Week Dewitt Stuckey Team co-Defensive Player of the Week Carson York Team co-Offensive Player of the Week Week 6 - vs. California LaMichael James Walter Camp National Player of the Week Pac-12 Player of the Week (offense) Honorable Mention CFPA RB of the Week Colt Lyerla Team Special Teams Player of the Week Eddie Pleasant Team Defensive Player of the Week DeAnthony Thomas Team Offensive Player of the Week Week 7 - vs. Arizona State Kenjon Barner Honorable Mention CFPA RB of the Week John Boyett Team Defensive Player of the Week Cliff Harris Honorable Mention CFPA DB of the Week David Paulson Team Offensive Player of the Week Jackson Rice Team Special Teams Player of the Week Honorable Ment. CFPA Punter of the Week Week 8 - at Colorado Kenjon Barner Honorable Mention CFPA RB of the Week Team Offensive Player of the Week Josh Kaddu Honorable Mention CFPA LB of the Week Team co-Defensive Player of the Week Avery Patterson Team Special Teams Player of the Week David Paulson Honorable Mention CFPA TE of the Week Jackson Rice CFPA National Punter of the Week Dewitt Stuckey Team co-Defensive Player of the Week

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Dion Jordan, Jr., DL 2nd Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Jackson Rice, Jr., P 1st Team All-American (Phil Steele) 1st Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Carson York, Jr., OG 2nd Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) PRESEASON HONOR ROLL Mark Asper, Sr., OL 2nd Team All-Pac-12 (Lindys) 4th Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Kenjon Barner, Jr., RB 4th Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Paul Hornung Award Watch List CFPA Punt Returner Trophy Watch List Rob Beard, Jr., PK 1st Team All-Pac-12 (Sporting News, Lindys) 2nd Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele, Athlon) Lou Groza Award Watch List John Boyett, Jr., S 2nd Team All-America (Athlon) 1st Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele, Athlon) 2nd Team All-Pac-12 (Lindys) Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List Jim Thorpe Award Watch List CFPA Defensive Back Trophy Watch List Cliff Harris, Jr., CB/PR 1st Team All-America CB (Phil Steele, Sporting News, Athlon, Lindys, SI.com, CBSSports.com); PR (Phil Steele, Athlon, SI.com); AP (Playboy) 1st Team All-Pac-12 CB (Phil Steele, Sporting News, Athlon, Lindys); PR (Phil Steele, Athlon) Bronko Nagurski Award Watch List Paul Hornung Award Watch List CFPA Punt Returner Trophy Watch List CFPA Defensive Back Trophy Watch List Josh Huff, So., WR/KR 2nd Team All-Pac-12 (Lindys) Paul Hornung Award Watch List LaMichael James, Jr., RB 1st Team All-America (Phil Steele, Playboy, Sporting News, Athlon, Lindys, SI.com, CBSSports.com) 1st Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele, Sporting News, Athlon, Lindys) Doak Walker Award Watch List Maxwell Award Watch List Walter Camp Award Watch List CFPA Running Back Trophy Watch List Josh Kaddu, Sr., LB 4th Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Butkus Award Watch List

Week 9 - vs. Washington State Kenjon Barner Team Offensive Player of the Week Wade Keliikipi Team Defensive Player of the Week Avery Patterson Team co-Special Teams Player of the Week Jackson Rice Honorable Mention CFPA Punter of the Week DeAnthony Thomas CFPA Nationial Kick Returner of the Week Team co-Special Teams Player of the Week DOUBLE-DIGIT VICTORIES Oregon recorded its third straight and sixth overall season of double-digit wins last season - all since 2000. The Ducks set a new record for victories in a season at 12, as well as wins over two-year (22), three-year (32), four-year (41) and five-year (48) spans. BACK TO BACK CHAMPS With another Pac-10 crown in 2010, Oregon became the first team to win consecutive outright conference championships since USC won three in a row from 2003 to 05. Last years team became the first to go undefeated in Pac-10 play since the start of round robin play in 2006 and the first to ever win nine league games. Four of UOs nine conference titles have come since the start of the 21st century. COACHING CONTINUITY An often overlooked facet of Oregons success has been the continuity of its coaching staff. Third-year head coach Chip Kelly, now in his fifth season on staff, is a relative newcomer in Eugene compared to his core group of assistants, who have remained intact over the course of three different head coaches. Running backs coach Gary Campbell is in his 29th year on the Oregon staff, which equals the longest tenure of any Oregon assistant football coach in school history. In addition, offensive line coach and running game coordinator Steve Greatwood enters his 25th season at UO, linebackers coach Don Pellum is in his 22nd campaign, while defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti has spent 19 full seasons at Oregon over three separate stints. Of the dozen schools in the Pac-12, only Oregon and Washington saw no turnover on their respective staffs from 2010 to 11. MIDSEASON HONOR ROLL John Boyett, Jr., S 1st Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Hroniss Grasu, Fr., C 3rd Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) LaMichael James, Jr., RB 1st Team All-American (Phil Steele) 1st Team All-Pac-12 RB (Phil Steele) 2nd Team All-Pac-12 PR (Phil Steele)

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David Paulson, Sr., TE 1st Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele, Athlon, Lindys) John Mackey Award Watch List CFPA Tight End Trophy Watch List Jackson Rice, Jr., P CFPA Punter Trophy Watch List Darron Thomas, Jr., QB 2nd Team All-Pac-12 (Lindys) 3rd Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Maxwell Award Watch List Davey OBrien Watch List Terrell Turner, Sr., DE 4th Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Carson York, Jr., OL 2nd Team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele, Athlon) Lombardi Award Watch List

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2011 OREGON DEPTH CHART - GAME 9


Pos. No. Player WR 81 Justin Hoffman 89 Will Murphy LT 74 Darrion Weems 60 Ryan Clanton LG 77 Carson York 63 Mana Greig C 55 Hroniss Grasu 78 Karrington Armstrong RG 79 Mark Asper 71 Everett Benyard III RT 61 Nick Cody 75 Jake Fisher TE 42 David Paulson 32 Colt Lyerla WR 1 Josh Huff 10 Rahsaan Vaughn WR 80 Lavasier Tuinei 16 Daryle Hawkins QB 5 Darron Thomas 2 Bryan Bennett RB 21 LaMichael James 24 Kenjon Barner Pos. No. Player DE 45 Terrell Turner 60 Ryan Hagen DT 66 Taylor Hart 65 Isaac Remington DT 92 Wade Keliikipi 90 Ricky Heimuli DE 96 Dion Jordan 44 Brandon Hanna MLB 52 Dewitt Stuckey 47 Kiko Alonso WLB 46 Michael Clay 22 Derrick Malone Jr. SLB 56 Josh Kaddu 25 Boseko Lokombo LCB 2 Troy Hill 27 Terrance Mitchell FS 20 John Boyett 31 Avery Patterson ROV 11 Eddie Pleasant 12 Brian Jackson RCB 18 Anthony Gildon 14 Ifo Ekpre-Olomu

OFFENSE

Ht. 6-1 6-2 6-5 6-5 6-5 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-7 6-7 6-5 6-6 6-4 6-5 5-11 6-2 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-3 5-9 5-11 Ht. 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-2 5-11 6-4 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-3 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-10

Wt. 206 183 302 300 292 291 291 270 325 325 301 285 241 238 207 192 216 197 215 205 195 195 Wt. 265 284 283 286 300 321 240 240 221 240 225 208 235 232 165 189 202 175 210 194 180 182 Wt. 198 225 225 198 195 173 195 173 200 230 225 205

Cl.-Exp. Jr.-2L* Jr.-1L* Sr.-2L* Jr.-TR* Jr.-2L* So.-1L* Fr.-RS* So.-SQ* Sr.-3L* So.-SQ* Jr.-2L* Fr.-HS Sr.-2L* Fr.-HS So.-1L Jr.-JC Sr.-2L So.-1L* Jr.-2L* Fr.-RS* Jr.-2L* Jr.-2L* Cl.-Exp. Sr.-2L* So.-SQ* So.-1L* Jr.-JC* So.-1L* So.-1L Jr.-2L* Sr.-2L* Sr.-3L Jr.-1L* Jr.-2L Fr.-RS* Sr.-3L So.-1L* Fr.-RS* Fr.-RS* Jr.-2L* So.-1L* Sr.-3L* So.-1L* Sr.-2L* Fr.-HS Cl. So.-SQ Jr.-2L Jr.-2L* So.-SQ Jr.-2L* Fr.-HS Jr.-2L* Fr.-HS Jr.-2L* So.-1L Jr.-2L* Fr.-RS*

SGP 8 7 8 8 8 5 8 7 8 8 8 8 8 6 6 8 8 7 7 5 6 6 SGP 8 4 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 5 8 8 8 8 8 7 8 7 6 7 8 SGP 7 2 8 7 6 8 6 8 8 7 8 5

CGP 24 14 35 8 34 12 8 8 41 9 28 8 35 6 19 8 31 11 25 5 31 30 CGP 38 6 21 8 21 21 27 30 27 19 31 8 34 21 8 8 33 21 45 19 35 8 CGP 9 27 31 9 30 8 31 8 33 19 31 5

OFFENSE Player Asper York James Tuinei Paulson Da. Thomas Weems Cody Grasu Barner Hoffman Huff Vaughn Bennett De. Thomas Golpashin DEFENSE Player Pleasant Boyett Kaddu Turner Gildon Harris Jordan Hart Stuckey Mitchell Keliikipi Alonso Clay Remington Patterson Hill Ekpre-Olomu

CAREER STARTS
2011 8 8 6 8 7 7 8 7 8 4 6 4 4 1 1 1 2011 7 7 8 8 7 0 8 8 8 6 5 4 4 3 2 2 1 Streak 13 8 1 8 7 1 9 7 8 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 Streak 1 5 21 14 0 0 8 8 8 0 5 0 2 0 0 2 1 Streak 9 0 7 0 Career 32 31 29 27 25 20 16 8 8 7 6 6 4 1 1 1 Career 32 29 22 20 16 9 9 8 8 6 6 4 4 3 2 2 1 Career 31 26 9 1

DEFENSE

KICKERS Player 2011 Rice (P) 8 Beard (K/KO) 1 Maldonado (K/KO/P) 7 Solis (K) 0

Pos. No. Player Ht. PK 41 Alejandro Maldonado OR 5-10 93 Rob Beard 6-0 P 49 Jackson Rice 6-3 41 Alejandro Maldonado 5-10 KR 24 Kenjon Barner 5-11 6 DeAnthony Thomas 5-9 PR 21 LaMichael James OR 5-9 6 DeAnthony Thomas 5-9 SS 38 Jeff Palmer 5-10 LS 39 Drew Howell 6-2 HLD 49 Jackson Rice 6-3 2 Bryan Bennett 6-3

SPECIALISTS

(SGP) 2011 Season Games Played; (CGP) Career Games Played *utilized redshirt season; SQ - squad member (non letterwinner)

Kiko Alonso ........................................................... kee-koe Kenjon Barner ......................................................ken-yon John Boyett...........................................................boy-ETT Tra Carson....................................................................TRAY Rahim Cassell ..................................................... cah-SELL Eric Dungy ...........................................................dunn-jee Ifo Ekpre-Olomu ..................ee-fo eck-pray-olo-moo Ayele Forde ..........................................uh-yay-lay FORD Mana Greig ............................................ mah-nuh GREG Ricky Heimuli ............................................heh-MOO-lee Josh Kaddu ........................................................ kah-DOO Koa Kaai.......................................................................... KAI Wade Keliikipi ............................... kay-lee-ee-KEE-pee Boseko Lokombo .................... bo-SAY-ko lo-KOM-bo Eric Solis ...............................................................so-LEASE Hamani Stevens ......................................hah-MAH-nee Dewitt Stuckey ................................. deh-WIT stuck-ee Darron Thomas ................................................. DARE-inn Lavasier Tuinei ..............lah-VAHSH-ee-ay TOO-in-ay Terrell Turner ...................................................... tuh-RELL

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

GAME 9 OREGON AT WASHINGTON NOV. 5, 2011 NUMERICAL


No. 1 2 2 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12 13 14 14 16 17 17 18 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 26 27 28 30 31 31 32 32 33 33 34 35 37 38 38 39 39 40 41 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Name Josh Huff Troy Hill Bryan Bennett Dior Mathis Erick Dargan Issac Dixon Darron Thomas DeAnthony Thomas Keanon Lowe Marcus Mariota Blake Cantu Rahsaan Vaughn Eddie Pleasant Devon Blackmon Brian Jackson Cliff Harris Ifo Ekpre-Olomu Dustin Haines Daryle Hawkins Antwan Baker James Scales Brennan Doty Anthony Gildon Eric Dungy John Boyett LaMichael James Derrick Malone Jr. B.J. Kelley Kenjon Barner Boseko Lokombo Ben Butterfield Carlyle Garrick Terrance Mitchell Tra Carson Bronson Yim Kenny Bassett Avery Patterson Colt Lyerla J.R. Maffie Tyson Coleman Ayele Forde Rahim Cassell Anthony Wallace Anthony Blake Mike Garrity Jeff Palmer Drew Howell Jimmy Musgrave Blake Thompson Alejandro Maldonado Blake Stanton David Paulson Keloni Kamalani Brandon Hanna Terrell Turner Michael Clay Kiko Alonso Rodney Hardrick Pos. WR DB QB CB S DB QB RB WR QB WR WR ROV WR DB CB CB QB WR RB DB QB CB WR FS RB LB WR RB LB WR LB DB RB DB RB CB TE DB LB RB LB LB RB LB SS LS TE LB K/P WR TE LB DE DE LB LB LB
No. 47 78 79 51 17 24 31 93 2 71 12 37 20 26 9 28 34 60 46 61 33 4 84 5 18 19 91 97 14 58 75 33 57 82 26 38 18 70 55 63 60 14 44 48 13 66 16 90 2 81 39 1 12 21 92 64 96

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Name Pos. Ht. Alonso, Kiko LB 6-4 Armstrong, Karrington OL 6-3 Asper, Mark OL 6-7 Ava, Isaac LB 5-10 Baker, Antwan RB 5-7 Barner, Kenjon Bassett, Kenny Beard, Rob Bennett, Bryan Benyard III, Everett Blackmon, Devon Blake, Anthony Boyett, John Butterfield, Ben Cantu, Blake Carson, Tra Cassell, Rahim Clanton, Ryan Clay, Michael Cody, Nick Coleman, Tyson Dargan, Erick Delaney, Chad Dixon, Issac Doty, Brennan Dungy, Eric Ebanez, Dane Ebert, Jared Ekpre-Olomu, Ifo Euscher, James Fisher, Jake Forde, Ayele Fox, Trevor French, Christian Garrick, Carlyle Garrity, Mike Gildon, Anthony Golpashin, Ramsen Grasu, Hroniss Greig, Mana Hagen, Ryan Haines, Dustin Hanna, Brandon Hardrick, Rodney Harris, Cliff Hart, Taylor Hawkins, Daryle Heimuli, Ricky Hill, Troy Hoffman, Justin Howell, Drew Huff, Josh Jackson, Brian James, LaMichael Johnson, Miles Johnstone, Tyler Jordan, Dion RB RB PK QB OL WR RB FS WR WR RB LB OL LB OL LB S WR DB QB WR WR DT CB OL OL RB OL TE LB LB CB OL OL OL DT QB DE LB CB DT WR DT CB WR LS WR DB RB WR OL DE 5-11 5-9 6-0 6-3 6-7 6-1 5-10 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-5 5-11 6-5 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-1 5-9 6-5 5-10 6-7 6-6 5-7 6-5 6-5 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-6 6-4 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-2 5-11 5-10 5-9 6-1 6-6 6-7 Wt. 240 270 325 238 170 195 175 225 205 325 177 190 202 186 203 227 215 300 225 301 213 200 181 185 185 183 174 285 182 295 285 179 285 236 221 221 180 275 291 291 284 204 240 225 165 283 197 321 165 206 230 207 194 195 182 275 240 DOB 8/14/90 2/21/91 11/08/85 6/20/92 8/30/93 4/28/89 10/30/92 4/26/90 3/06/92 5/13/91 5/19/93 1/26/91 12/20/89 6/04/91 8/01/89 10/24/92 11/13/93 1/16/90 8/30/91 12/13/89 9/19/92 7/28/92 10/08/90 11/26/91 10/21/92 1/12/92 9/21/90 4/17/91 7/10/93 9/16/92 4/03/93 7/28/92 9/13/90 8/18/92 2/15/93 4/15/91 12/21/88 12/27/88 8/12/91 2/15/90 1/05/91 6/12/91 10/29/88 6/07/93 12/12/90 2/22/91 12/28/90 9/18/91 8/29/91 8/30/89 6/12/92 10/14/91 11/15/90 10/22/89 12/15/92 9/29/92 3/05/90 Cl.-Exp. Jr.-1L* So.-SQ* Sr.-3L* Fr.-RS* Fr.-HS Jr.-2L* Fr.-RS* Jr.-2L* Fr.-RS* So.-SQ* Fr.-HS So.-TR* Jr.-2L* So.-SQ* So.-SQ* Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-JC* Jr.-2L Jr.-2L* Fr.-HS Fr.-RS* So.-SQ* Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-RS* So.-SQ* Jr.-JC Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-RS* So.-SQ* Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-RS* Sr.-2L* Sr.-1L* Fr.-RS* So.-1L* So.-SQ* So.-1L* Sr.-2L* Fr.-HS Jr.-2L So.-1L* So.-1L* So.-1L Fr.-RS* Jr.-2L* So.-1L So.-1L So.-1L* Jr.-2L* Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-2L* Hometown (Last School/HS) Los Gatos, CA (Los Gatos) Reno, NV (McQueen) Idaho Falls, ID (Bonneville) Ewa Beach, HI (St. Louis) Portland, OR (David Douglas) Riverside, CA (Notre Dame) Beverly Hills, CA (Beverly Hills) Fullerton, CA (Troy) Encino, CA (Crespi) San Diego, CA (Cathedral Catholic) Fontana, CA (Summit) Portland, OR (Holy Cross/Jesuit) Napa, CA (Napa) Sherwood, OR (Sherwood) Southlake, TX (Carroll) Texarkana, TX (Liberty-Eylau HS) Lakewood, CA (Lakewood) Bakersfield, CA (CC of San Francisco/Bakersfield Christian) San Jose, CA (Bellarmine College Prep) Brush Prairie, WA (Hockinson) Lake Oswego, OR (Lake Oswego) Pittsburg, CA (Pittsburg) Elmira, OR (Elmira) Miami Gardens, FL (Monsignor Pace) Port Neches, TX (Port Neches-Groves) Tampa, FL (Plant) North Pole, AK (North Pole) Iowa City, IA (Iowa Western CC/Iowa City West) Chino Hills, CA (Chino Hills) Aloha, OR (Aloha) Traverse City, MI (Traverse City West) Victorville, CA (Silverado) Temecula, CA (Chaparral) Cedar Rapids, IA (John F. Kennedy) Castro Valley, CA (Castro Valley) San Carlos, CA (Archbishop Riordan) Simi Valley, CA (Oaks Christian) Saugus, CA (Saugus) Encino, CA (Crespi) Kailua, HI (St. Louis) Brea, CA (Troy) Eugene, OR (South Eugene) Coeur dAlene, ID (Lake City) Colton, CA (Colton) Fresno, CA (Edison) Tualatin, OR (Tualatin) Omaha, NE (Omaha Central) Glendale, UT (Brighton) Ventura, CA (St. Boneventure) Eugene, OR (Churchill) Tehachapi, CA (Tehechapi) Houston, TX (Nimitz) Hoover, AL (Hoover) Texarkana, TX (Liberty-Eylau) Sherman Oaks, CA (Woodland Hills) Chandler, AZ (Hamilton) Chandler, AZ (Chandler)

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No. 48 49 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 57 58 59 60 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 74 75 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 88 89 90 91 91 92 92 93 94 95 96 97 97 98 98 99 Name Eric Solis Jackson Rice Isaac Ava Dewitt Stuckey Jennings Stewart Hamani Stevens Hroniss Grasu Josh Kaddu Trevor Fox Ryan McCandless James Euscher Grant Thompson Ryan Hagen Ryan Clanton Nick Cody Matt Pierson Mana Greig Tyler Johnstone Isaac Remington Taylor Hart Josh Sanford Jamal Prater Brandon Thomas Ramsen Golpashin Everett Benyard III Andre Yruretagoyena Darrion Weems Jake Fisher Carson York Karrington Armstrong Mark Asper Lavasier Tuinei Justin Hoffman Christian French Curtis White Chad Delaney Nick Musgrove Brian Teague Tacoi Sumler Will Murphy Ricky Heimuli Dane Ebanez Tony Washington Miles Johnson Wade Keliikipi Rob Beard Axel McQuaw Koa Kaai Dion Jordan Nick Morrison Jared Ebert David Kafovalu Dallen Voeller Sam Kamp Pos. K P LB LB LB OL OL LB OL DE OL LB DT OL OL OL OL OL DT DT OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR WR TE TE WR DE TE WR WR DT WR DE WR DT PK DL DL DE DL DT DE TE DL

2011 OREGON FOOTBALL ALPHABETICAL ROSTER


No. 95 56 98 43 99 92 23 25 7 32 32 41 22 8 3 57 94 27 97 89 39 85 38 31 42 62 11 68 65 49 67 17 48 41 54 53 52 88 86 69 5 6 40 59 80 45 10 98 35 91 74 83 30 77 72 Name Kaai, Koa Kaddu, Josh Kafovalu, David Kamalani, Keloni Kamp, Sam Keliikipi, Wade Kelley, B.J. Lokombo, Boseko Lowe, Keanon Lyerla, Colt Maffie, J.R. Maldonado, Alejandro Malone Jr., Derrick Mariota, Marcus Mathis, Dior McCandless, Ryan McQuaw, Axel Mitchell, Terrance Morrison, Nick Murphy, Will Musgrave, Jimmy Musgrove, Nick Palmer, Jeff Patterson, Avery Paulson, David Pierson, Matt Pleasant, Eddie Prater, Jamal Remington, Isaac Rice, Jackson Sanford, Josh Scales, James Solis, Eric Stanton, Blake Stevens, Hamani Stewart, Jennings Stuckey, Dewitt Sumler, Tacoi Teague, Brian Thomas, Brandon Thomas, Darron Thomas, DeAnthony Thompson, Blake Thompson, Grant Tuinei, Lavasier Turner, Terrell Vaughn, Rahsaan Voeller, Dallen Wallace, Anthony Washington, Tony Weems, Darrion White, Curtis Yim, Bronson York, Carson Yruretagoyena, Andre Pos. Ht. DE 6-4 LB 6-3 DE 6-3 LB 5-11 DL 6-4 DT WR LB WR TE DB K/P LB QB CB DE DL DB DL WR TE TE SS CB TE 6-3 6-2 6-3 5-9 6-5 5-11 5-10 6-2 6-4 5-9 6-2 6-6 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-2 5-10 5-10 6-4 Wt. 245 235 250 216 247 300 175 232 177 238 197 198 208 200 174 205 275 189 250 183 220 230 200 175 241 270 210 290 286 225 276 185 182 202 305 217 221 173 258 305 215 173 230 219 216 265 192 210 235 262 302 245 190 292 285 DOB 7/26/93 3/12/90 7/09/92 8/01/91 9/26/92 7/21/91 8/11/92 10/15/90 3/21/92 11/13/92 1/24/91 8/12/91 6/04/92 10/30/93 3/01/92 6/10/93 4/12/91 5/17/92 4/06/90 5/15/90 5/11/93 7/16/89 5/02/89 3/21/91 2/22/89 2/24/93 12/17/88 4/07/93 6/16/89 6/08/91 12/15/88 5/05/92 12/09/91 2/22/92 1/04/90 8/12/89 2/04/89 10/03/92 10/25/90 11/13/91 5/23/90 1/05/93 5/20/89 8/23/91 9/29/90 5/04/89 12/22/90 12/11/91 10/15/92 6/01/92 9/11/88 12/21/91 1/17/93 6/14/89 11/26/92 Cl.-Exp. Fr.-HS Sr.-3L Fr.-RS* So.-1L* Fr.-HS So.-1L* Fr.-HS So.-1L* Fr.-RS* Fr.-HS So.-SQ* So.-SQ Fr.-RS* Fr.-HS Fr.-RS* Fr.-HS So.-RS* Fr.-RS* Jr.-JC Jr.-1L* Fr.-HS Sr.-SQ* Jr.-2L* So.-1L* Sr.-2L* Fr.-HS Sr.-3L* Fr.-HS Jr.-JC* Jr.-2L Sr.-SQ* Fr.-RS* So.-SQ Fr.-RS* Fr.-RS* Jr.-SQ* Sr.-3L Fr.-HS So.-SQ* Fr.-RS* Jr.-2L* Fr.-HS Sr.-SQ* Fr.-RS* Sr.-2L Sr.-2L* Jr.-JC Fr.-RS* Fr.-HS Fr.-RS* Sr.-2L* Fr.-RS* Fr.-HS Jr.-2L* Fr.-HS Hometown (Last School/HS) Honolulu, HI (Kamehameha) Vacaville, CA (Vacaville) Riverside, CA (Arlington) Kihei, HI (Kamehameha Maui) Mesa, AZ (Mountain View) Waianae, HI (Waianae) Fresno, CA (Central) Abbotsford, B.C. (W.J. Mouat Secondary) Portland, OR (Jesuit) Hillsboro, OR (Hillsboro) Diamond Bar, CA (Bishop Amat) Colton, CA (Colton) Colton, CA (Colton) Honolulu, HI (St. Louis) Detroit, MI (Cass Tech) Santa Rosa, CA (Cardinal Newman) Waldport, OR (Waldport) Sacramento, CA (Luther Burbank) Everett, WA (Reedley C.C./Cascade) Albany, OR (West Albany) Victorville, CA (Silverado) Eugene, OR (Churchill) Dana Point, CA (Santa Margarita) Pittsburg, CA (Pittsburg) Auburn, WA (Riverside) West Linn, OR (Jesuit) La Palma, CA (Kennedy) Etiwanda, CA (Etiwanda) Queen Creek, AZ (Phoenix College/Valley Christian) Moraga, CA (Campolindo) St. Helens, OR (Coll. of Siskiyous/Port Angeles) Greensboro, NC (Northern Guilford) Sherman Oaks, CA (Notre Dame) Los Angeles, CA (Crespi) Hemet, CA (Hemet) Grants Pass, OR (Grants Pass) Stockton, CA (Lincoln) Miami, FL (Christopher Colombus) Portland, OR (David Douglas) West Linn, OR (West Linn) Houston, TX (Aldine) Los Angeles, CA (Crenshaw) Cottage Grove, OR (Cottage Grove) Cottage Grove, OR (Cottage Grove)
Arcadia, IN (Golden West C.C./Hamilton Heights)

OL 6-6 ROV 5-11 OL 6-4 DT 6-4 P 6-3 OL DB K WR OL LB LB WR TE OL QB RB LB LB WR DE WR TE LB DE OL TE DB OL OL 6-2 5-10 5-10 5-11 6-3 6-3 5-11 5-9 6-3 6-4 6-3 5-9 5-11 5-11 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-5 6-4 5-10 6-5 6-5

Los Angeles, CA (Crenshaw) Oakland, CA (College of San Mateo/Washington) West Linn, OR (West Linn) Dallas, TX (Skyline) Rancho Cucamonga, CA (Los Osos) Winnetka, CA (Taft) Eugene, OR (Sheldon) Honolulu, HI (St. Louis) Coeur dAlene, ID (Lake City) Scottsdale, AZ (Chaparral) ROSTER AS OF OCT. 24, 2011

*Utilized Redshirt Year

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SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games

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TEAM STATISTICS

380 47.5 194 110 69 15 2474 2592 118 345 7.2 309.2 23 1741 124-209-5 8.3 14.0 217.6 24 4215 554 7.6 526.9 31-676 25-286 8-255 21.8 11.4 31.9 10-4 61-521 65.1 29-1375 47.4 45.1 23:51 48/101 48% 7/15 47% 23-154 1 52 5-7 0-1 (33-37) 89% (28-37) 76% (47-48) 98% 295642 5/59128

ORE

170 21.2 178 70 91 17 1261 1496 235 329 3.8 157.6 9 1915 175-320-8 6.0 10.9 239.4 9 3176 649 4.9 397.0 63-1228 8-46 5-125 19.5 5.8 25.0 11-1 60-537 67.1 53-2246 42.4 35.5 36:09 48/137 35% 8/17 47% 5-38 0 20 10-13 1-2 (22-30) 73% (15-30) 50% (14-17) 82% 108219 2/54110 1/87711

OPP

2011 OREGON FOOTBALL RESULTS


Record: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date ^Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 *Sept. 24 *Oct. 6 *Oct. 15 *Oct. 22 *Oct. 29 Overall 7-1 5-0 2-1

Home 5-0 3-0 2-0

Away 2-0 2-0 0-0 Score 27-40 69-20 56-7 56-31 43-15 41-27 45-2 43-28

Neutral 0-1 0-0 0-1 Time 3:23 3:20 2:47 3:28 3:38 3:21 2:58 3:05 Attd. 87,711 58,818 58,847 56,096 58,796 60,055 52,123 59,126

Opponent vs #4 LSU NEVADA MISSOURI STATE at Arizona CALIFORNIA #18 ARIZONA STATE at Colorado WASHINGTON STATE

W/L L W W W W W W W

*Pac-12 Conference Game | Home games in BOLD ^Cowboys Classic in Arlington, Texas Player G James, LaMichael 6 Barner, Kenjon 6 Thomas, DeAnthony 8 Carson, Tra 8 Bennett, Bryan 5 Forde, Ayele 3 Thomas, Darron 7 Blake, Anthony 1 Haines, Dustin 3 TEAM 4 Total.......... 8 Opponents...... 8

RUSHING

Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD 108 938 33 905 8.4 8 79 583 23 560 7.1 7 40 342 2 340 8.5 4 38 235 5 230 6.1 1 21 197 7 190 9.0 0 26 123 3 120 4.6 1 23 146 38 108 4.7 2 3 21 0 21 7.0 0 2 7 0 7 3.5 0 5 0 7 -7 -1.4 0 345 2592 118 2474 7.2 23 329 1496 235 1261 3.8 9

LG YPG 90 150.8 84 93.3 62 42.5 29 28.8 43 38.0 26 40.0 26 15.4 16 21.0 6 2.3 0 -1.8 90 309.2 51 157.6

Quarter Oregon Ducks Opponents

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1st 105 33

2nd 104 48

3rd 109 54

4th 62 35

OT -

Total 380 170

Player Thomas, Darron Bennett, Bryan Haines, Dustin Total.......... Opponents......

PASSING

Player G Thomas, DeAnthony 8 Tuinei, Lavasier 8 Paulson, David 8 Huff, Josh 6 James, LaMichael 6 Hoffman, Justin 8 Vaughn, Rahsaan 8 Barner, Kenjon 6 Lyerla, Colt 6 Murphy, Will 7 Dungy, Eric 3 Butterfield, Ben 8 Hawkins, Daryle 7 Musgrove, Nick 7 Carson, Tra 8 Total.......... 8 Opponents...... 8

RECEIVING

No 25 24 14 13 11 10 7 7 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 124 175

Yds 382 335 168 177 159 133 124 69 53 37 34 5 51 8 6 1741 1915

Avg 15.3 14.0 12.0 13.6 14.5 13.3 17.7 9.9 17.7 12.3 17.0 2.5 51.0 8.0 6.0 14.0 10.9

TD 6 7 3 1 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 24 9

LG 69 55 31 45 44 33 46 31 26 24 22 3 51 8 6 69 48

YPG 47.8 41.9 21.0 29.5 26.5 16.6 15.5 11.5 8.8 5.3 11.3 0.6 7.3 1.1 0.8 217.6 239.4

G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD LG YPG 7 162.77 100-163-5 61.3 1380 18 69 197.1 5 164.72 24-45-0 53.3 361 6 45 72.2 3 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 8 162.41 124-209-5 59.3 1741 24 69 217.6 8 109.24 175-320-8 54.7 1915 9 48 239.4

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Player Harris, Cliff James, LaMichael Thomas, DeAnthony Barner, Kenjon Ekpre-Oloum, Ifo Patterson, Avery Delaney, Chad Lokombo, Boseko Total.......... Opponents......

OREGON DUCKS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES 13


Player

PUNT RETURNS

No 9 6 3 3 2 1 1 0 25 8

Yds 68 116 52 -6 15 11 5 25 286 46

Avg 7.6 19.3 17.3 -2.0 7.5 11.0 5.0 0.0 11.4 5.8

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0

Long 27 58 48 8 11 0 5 25 58 15

TOTAL OFFENSE

Plays

Rush

Pass

Total

YPG

Player Mitchell, Terrance Hill, Troy Clay, Michael Hanna, Brandon Gildon, Anthony Pleasant, Eddie Harris, Cliff Lokombo, Boseko Total.......... Opponents......

INTERCEPTIONS

Thomas, Darron James, LaMichael Barner, Kenjon Bennett, Bryan Thomas, DeAnthony Carson, Tra Forde, Ayele Blake, Anthony Haines, Dustin TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

7 6 6 5 8 8 3 1 3 4 8 8

186 108 79 66 40 38 26 3 3 5 554 649

108 905 560 190 340 230 120 21 7 -7 2474 1261

1380 0 0 361 0 0 0 0 0 0 1741 1915

1488 905 560 551 340 230 120 21 7 -7 4215 3176

212.6 150.8 93.3 110.2 42.5 28.8 40.0 21.0 2.3 -1.8 526.9 397.0

No 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 5

Yds 36 45 32 0 0 25 50 67 255 125

Avg 36.0 45.0 32.0 0.0 0.0 25.0 50.0 67.0 31.9 25.0

TD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 1

Long 36 45 32 0 0 25 50 67 67 76

Player FG-A Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 Beard, Rob 2-2 100.0 0-0 1-1 1-1 Maldonado, Alej. 3-5 60.0 0-0 1-1 2-2

FIELD GOALS

40-49 50+ Lg 0-0 0-0 30 0-1 0-1 37

Bl 0 0

Player Thomas, DeAnthony Barner, Kenjon Hill, Troy Huff, Josh James, LaMichael Mitchell, Terrance Total.......... Opponents......

KICK RETURNS

No 20 7 1 1 1 1 31 63

Yds 488 115 17 11 21 24 676 1228

Avg 24.4 16.4 17.0 11.0 21.0 24.0 21.8 19.5

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Long 93 26 17 11 21 24 93 48

FG SEQUENCE Oregon Opponents LSU (29),(30) (44),(32) Nevada 38 Missouri State Arizona (28) California 52 (27),(38),(54),40 Arizona State (37),(24) (37),(30) Colorado (36) Washington State 47 (40),25,(35) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

Player Total.......... Opponents......

FUMBLE RETURNS

No 0 2

Yds 0 6

Avg 0.0 3.0

TD 0 1

Long 0 3

SCORING |------------ PATS -------------| Player TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Thomas, De. 11 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 James, LaMichael 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Maldonado, Alej. 0 3-5 44-45 0-0 1 0-0 0 Barner, Kenjon 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Tuinei, Lavasier 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Paulson, David 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Lyerla, Colt 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Lokombo, Boseko 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Thomas, Darron 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 0 Beard, Rob 0 2-2 3-3 0-0 0 0-0 0 Forde, Ayele 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Huff, Josh 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Carson, Tra 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Clay, Michael 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Dungy, Eric 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Vaughn, Rahsaan 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Rice, Jackson 0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 1-1 0 Jordan, Dion 0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0 Total.......... 52 5-7 47-48 1-2 2 2-2 0 Opponents...... 20 10-13 14-17 0-0 2 2-3 0

Saf Pts 0 68 0 60 0 55 0 48 0 42 0 18 0 18 0 12 0 12 0 9 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 2 0 0 0 380 1 170

Player G Rush Rec Thomas, DeAnthony 8 340 382 James, LaMichael 6 905 159 Barner, Kenjon 6 560 69 Tuinei, Lavasier 8 0 335 Carson, Tra 8 230 6 Bennett, Bryan 5 190 0 Huff, Josh 6 0 177 Paulson, David 8 0 168 Hoffman, Justin 8 0 133 Vaughn, Rahsaan 8 0 124 Forde, Ayele 3 120 0 Harris, Cliff 6 0 0 Thomas, Darron 7 108 0 Lokombo, Boseko 8 0 0 Hill, Troy 8 0 0 Mitchell, Terrance 8 0 0 Lyerla, Colt 6 0 53 Hawkins, Daryle 7 0 51 Murphy, Will 7 0 37 Dungy, Eric 3 0 34 Clay, Michael 5 0 0 Pleasant, Eddie 7 0 0 Blake, Anthony 1 21 0 Ekpre-Oloum, Ifo 8 0 0 Patterson, Avery 8 0 0 Musgrove, Nick 7 0 8 Haines, Dustin 3 7 0 Delaney, Chad 4 0 0 Butterfield, Ben 8 0 5 TEAM 4 -7 0 Total.......... 8 2474 1741 Opponents...... 8 1261 1915

ALL PURPOSE YARDS

PR 52 116 -6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 68 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 11 0 0 5 0 0 286 46

KOR 488 21 115 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 676 1228

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 0 67 45 36 0 0 0 0 32 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 255 125

Tot 1262 1201 738 335 236 190 188 168 133 124 120 118 108 92 62 60 53 51 37 34 32 25 21 15 11 8 7 5 5 -7 5432 4575

YPG 157.8 200.2 123.0 41.9 29.5 38.0 31.3 21.0 16.6 15.5 40.0 19.7 15.4 11.5 7.8 7.5 8.8 7.3 5.3 11.3 6.4 3.6 21.0 1.9 1.4 1.1 2.3 1.2 0.6 -1.8 679.0 571.9

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Player Rice, Jackson Total.......... Opponents......

OREGON DUCKS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES 14

PUNTING

No. 29 29 53

Yds 1375 1375 2246

Avg 47.4 47.4 42.4

Long 61 61 62

TB 1 1 4

FC 11 11 7

I20 12 12 16

Bl 0 0 1

Player

KICKOFFS

No.

Yds

Avg

TB

OB

Ret

Net YrdL

Maldonado, A. 56 Beard, Rob 9 Total.......... 65 Opponents...... 36

3607 584 4191 2186

64.4 64.9 64.5 60.7

1 1 2 4

0 0 0 1228 45.0 0 676 39.7

25 30

DEFENSIVE LEADERS
## Name 20 Boyett, John 52 Stuckey, Dewitt 46 Clay, Michael 11 Pleasant, Eddie 31 Patterson, Avery 56 Kaddu, Josh 96 Jordan, Dion 47 Alonso, Kiko 14 Ekpre-Oloum, Ifo 45 Turner, Terrell 66 Hart, Taylor 2 Hill, Troy 25 Lokombo, Boseko 27 Mitchell, Terrance 44 Hanna, Brandon 12 Jackson, Brian 65 Remington, Isaac 18 Gildon, Anthony 43 Kamalani, Keloni 4 Dargan, Erick 92 Keliikipi, Wade 90 Heimuli, Ricky 91 Washington, Tony 22 Malone, Derrick 13 Harris, Cliff 48 Hardrick, Rodney 26 Butterfield, Ben 32 Lyerla, Colt 17 Scales, James 53 Stewart, Jennings 16 Hawkins, Daryle 7 Lowe, Keanon 3 Mathis, Dior 60 Hagen, Ryan 40 Thompson, Blake 80 Tuinei, Lavasier 35 Wallace, Anthony 51 Ava, Isaac TM TEAM 38 Garrity, Mike 38 Palmer, Jeff 5 Thomas, Darron 10 Vaughn, Rahsaan 93 Beard, Rob 24 Barner, Kenjon 41 Maldonado, Alejandro 6 Thomas, DeAnthony Total.......... Opponents...... GP 7 8 5 7 8 8 8 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 6 8 7 8 7 8 8 4 8 6 4 8 6 3 3 7 4 4 3 3 8 3 3 4 2 8 7 8 2 6 7 8 8 8

|---------------Tackles--------------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp 29 19 48 2.0-2 . . 5 24 22 46 4.0-21 3.0-20 . 2 21 21 42 3.0-18 1.0-9 1-32 2 24 13 37 2.0-9 1.0-7 1-25 4 25 11 36 . . . 5 24 7 31 7.0-31 5.0-28 . 1 18 11 29 8.0-39 2.5-19 . . 17 10 27 1.5-8 1.0-6 . . 15 10 25 0.5-0 . . 6 8 17 25 5.0-30 2.5-24 . . 11 12 23 0.5-0 . . 2 19 3 22 . . 1-45 4 12 10 22 2.5-13 1.0-8 1-67 . 10 11 21 3.0-7 . 1-36 7 12 9 21 2.0-11 1.0-9 1-0 . 5 15 20 . . . . 9 11 20 3.5-12 1.0-9 . 2 6 14 20 0.5-1 . 1-0 4 8 6 14 1.0-1 . . . 9 5 14 . . . 1 6 7 13 . . . . 5 6 11 0.5-1 . . . 8 3 11 1.0-3 1.0-3 . . 7 3 10 . . . . 6 3 9 0.5-3 . 1-50 5 5 3 8 2.0-3 . . . 5 2 7 . . . . 5 1 6 . . . . 2 4 6 . . . . 3 2 5 2.0-5 . . . 4 . 4 . . . . 3 1 4 . . . . 3 1 4 1.0-1 . . . 2 1 3 1.0-8 1.0-8 . . . 3 3 . . . 1 2 . 2 . . . . . 2 2 . . . . 2 . 2 . . . . 2 . 2 2.0-4 2.0-4 . . 2 . 2 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . 1 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 384 280 664 56-231 23-154 8-255 51 356 172 528 42.0-113 5-38 5-125 20

|----Fumbles----| Blkd QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick . . . 2 2 . . . . . 1 . . . . . 2 . . 1 2 . . . 1 . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 1 1 . . . . 1 1-0 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 1-0 8 4 2 4-6 8 .

Saf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

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OREGON DUCKS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES 15


UW STAN USC OSU

RUSHING GAME-BY-GAME

Player No-Yds/TD LSU NEV MSU ARIZ CAL ASU CU WSU James, L. RB 108-905/8 18-54/1 12-67/1 12-204/3 23-288/2 30-239/1 DNP DNP 13-53/0 Barner, Kenjon RB 79-560/7 4-7/0 DNP DNP 13-72/2 10-88/1 31-171/1 10-115/2 11-107/1 Thomas, De. RB 40-340/4 4-22/1 8-81/0 10-67/0 1-3/0 2-18/1 7-73/2 4-50/0 4-26/0 Carson, Tra RB 38-230/1 - 9-34/0 9-82/0 - 6-19/0 1-3/0 11-80/1 2-12/0 Bennett, Bryan QB 21-190/0 DNP 5-21/0 1-10/0 DNP DNP 5-65/0 6-69/0 4-25/0 Forde, Ayele RB 26-120/1 DNP 6-34/1 8-32/0 DNP DNP DNP 12-54/0 DNP Thomas, Darron QB 23-108/2 2-12/0 3-35/0 - 10-52/2 3-1/0 4-16/0 DNP 1--8/0 Blake, Anthony RB 3-21/0 DNP DNP 3-21/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Haines, Dustin QB 2-7/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-7/0 DNP TEAM 5--7/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1--1/0 3--4/0 1--2/0

RECEIVING GAME-BY-GAME
Player No-Yds/TD Thomas, De. RB 25-382/6 Tuinei, L. WR 24-335/7 Huff, Josh WR 13-177/1 Paulson, David TE 14-168/3 James, L. RB 11-159/1 Hoffman, Justin WR 10-133/0 Vaughn, Rahsaan WR 7-124/1 Barner, Kenjon RB 7-69/1 Lyerla, Colt TE 3-53/3 Hawkins, Daryle WR 1-51/0 Murphy, Will WR 3-37/0 Dungy, Eric WR 2-34/1 Musgrove, Nick TE 1-8/0 Carson, Tra RB 1-6/0 Butterfield, B. WR 2-5/0

LSU 6-47/0 7-47/0 5-28/1 3-21/0 6-61/0 2-22/0 1-9/0 1-5/0 DNP -

NEV 2-93/2 3-25/1 DNP 1-5/0 2-56/1 3-45/1 DNP 1-20/1 1-51/0 1-24/0 1-12/0 -

MSU 2-13/0 4-90/2 DNP 1-27/0 1-5/0 2-64/0 DNP 2-33/2 1-22/1 1-6/0 2-5/0

ARIZ CAL 1-19/0 6-114/2 1-15/0 2-13/1 1-18/0 3-54/0 3-22/1 2-15/0 1-6/0 1-9/0 2-6/1 1-8/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP -

ASU 4-24/0 2-28/1 2-72/0 3-41/1 DNP 3-33/0 1-11/0 DNP DNP -

CU 2-18/1 1-31/0 2-5/0 2-48/1 DNP 1-7/0 1-31/0 DNP 1-8/0 1-8/0 -

WSU 2-54/1 4-86/2 2-31/0 3-66/0 1-4/0 DNP -

UW

STAN

USC

OSU

PASSING GAME-BY-GAME
#5 Thomas, Darron LSU Nevada Missouri State Arizona California Arizona State Washington State TOTALS #2 Bryan Bennett Nevada Missouri State Arizona State Colorado Washington State TOTALS Att 54 19 15 20 25 17 13 163 Att 7 6 5 20 7 45

Comp 31 13 11 11 13 13 8 100 Comp 2 5 2 11 4 24

Int 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 5 Int 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct 57.4 68.4 73.3 55.0 52.0 76.5 61.5 61.3 Pct 28.6 83.3 40.0 55.0 57.1 53.3

Yards 240 295 206 101 198 187 153 1380 Yards 36 59 22 156 88 361

TD 1 6 3 2 3 2 1 18 TD 0 2 0 2 2 6

Long 18 69 46 19 41 45 55 69 Long 24 26 13 31 45 45

Sack 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 Sack 1 0 0 1 0 2

Yds 0 0 0 0 24 0 8 32 Yds 4 0 0 2 0 6

Effic 97.1 303.1 254.7 130.4 150.1 195.9 155.0 162.8 Effic 71.8 275.9 77.0 153.5 257.0 164.7

SACKS GAME-BY-GAME
Player Kaddu, Josh LB Stuckey, Dewitt LB Jordan, Dion DE Turner, Terrell DE TEAM Hanna, Brandon DE Alonso, Kiko LB Remington, I. DT Lokombo, Boseko LB Washington, T. DE Clay, Michael LB Pleasant, Eddie DB Hagen, Ryan DL

UA-A 5-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

TOT 5.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

LSU 1.0-6 DNP DNP DNP

NEV 1.0-9 -

MSU 1.0-3 1.0-3 DNP -

ARIZ 1.0-7 1.0-7 1.5-15 1.5-17 DNP DNP

CAL 1.0-9 1.0-9 DNP DNP

ASU 1.0-3 1.0-6 1.0-1 1.0-8 DNP DNP

CU 2.0-12 1.0-7 1.0-6 DNP DNP 1.0-8

WSU 1.0-4 1.0-7 DNP 1.0-7 DNP

UW

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OSU

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CAL 5-2 0-4 DNP 4-1 4-2 2-0 3-3 2-1 3-1 1-2 1-0 1-4 4-0 0-1 1-0 0-2 1-0 1-2 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0 DNP 0-1 ASU 6-2 5-2 4-3 3-1 4-0 2-3 3-0 1-2 2-3 1-2 3-1 3-1 1-0 2-0 2-4 1-1 DNP 2-0 DNP 0-3 1-3 0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0 CU 4-3 4-4 1-1 DNP 4-2 10-0 3-0 3-2 0-2 0-2 1-0 2-0 1-1 DNP 1-3 1-1 2-2 DNP 1-1 1-0 DNP 1-0 DNP 0-3 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-2 DNP DNP DNP DNP WSU 3-1 1-2 7-5 3-3 1-2 0-1 6-1 0-1 6-0 2-3 4-0 2-1 5-1 2-2 0-2 DNP 3-2 DNP 0-2 1-1 1-1 DNP DNP DNP 1-0 DNP DNP 1-1 1-0 DNP DNP 1-0 DNP DNP 1-0 UW STAN USC OSU

TACKLES GAME-BY-GAME
Player Boyett, John FS Stuckey, Dewitt LB Clay, Michael LB Pleasant, Eddie DB Patterson, A. DB Kaddu, Josh LB Jordan, Dion DE Alonso, Kiko LB Ekpre-Olomu, I. CB Turner, Terrell DE Hart, Taylor DT Lokombo, Boseko LB Hill, Troy CB Mitchell, T. CB Hanna, Brandon DE Gildon, Anthony CB Remington, I. DT Jackson, Brian DB Dargan, Erick DB Kamalani, K. LB Keliikipi, Wade DT Heimuli, Ricky DT Washington, T. DE Malone, Derrick LB Harris, Cliff CB Hardrick, R. LB Butterfield, B. Lyerla, Colt Scales, James DB Stewart, Je. DE Lowe, Keanon Hawkins, Daryle Mathis, Dior CB Thompson, Blake LB Hagen, Ryan DL TEAM Tuinei, L. Wallace, A. LB Garrity, Mike LB Ava, Isaac LB Thomas, Darron Palmer, Jeff Beard, Rob Vaughn, Rahsaan Barner, Kenjon Thomas, De. Maldonado, A. P

UA-A 29-19 24-22 21-21 24-13 25-11 24-7 18-11 17-10 15-10 8-17 11-12 12-10 19-3 10-11 12-9 6-14 9-11 5-15 9-5 8-6 6-7 5-6 8-3 7-3 6-3 5-3 5-2 5-1 2-4 3-2 3-1 4-0 3-1 0-3 2-1 2-0 2-0 0-2 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1

TOT 48 46 42 37 36 31 29 27 25 25 23 22 22 21 21 20 20 20 14 14 13 11 11 10 9 8 7 6 6 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

LSU 6-8 4-6 3-6 2-4 0-1 1-2 0-3 DNP 1-3 0-4 0-3 0-3 2-5 2-6 1-3 0-8 0-2 0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0 1-0 DNP

NEV 0-1 2-2 6-6 2-0 1-1 3-0 2-1 2-2 1-3 0-1 1-3 2-1 5-0 4-1 2-0 1-2 2-2 3-4 2-1 2-1 1-2 0-1 3-3 2-1 1-0 DNP 2-1 0-1 1-0 DNP 0-1 0-2 1-0 DNP 1-0 1-0 1-0 DNP DNP -

MSU DNP DNP 3-3 6-2 4-1 1-1 2-5 0-1 1-0 2-0 1-3 1-0 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-2 2-1 4-1 4-2 1-0 2-0 1-1 3-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 3-2 DNP 1-0 2-0 0-1 1-0 DNP 1-0 DNP DNP DNP -

ARIZ 5-2 8-2 DNP 7-1 5-1 2-0 3-2 8-1 1-1 1-3 2-1 3-1 3-1 1-0 0-1 2-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 2-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0 DNP -

TACKLES FOR LOSS GAME-BY-GAME


Player Jordan, Dion DE Kaddu, Josh LB Turner, Terrell DE Stuckey, Dewitt LB Remington, I. DT Mitchell, T. CB Clay, Michael LB Lokombo, Boseko LB Boyett, John FS Hanna, Brandon DE Stewart, Je. DE Pleasant, Eddie DB Hardrick, R. LB TEAM Alonso, Kiko LB Hagen, Ryan DL Mathis, Dior CB Kamalani, K. LB Washington, T. DE Ekpre-Olomu, I. CB Hart, Taylor DT Gildon, Anthony CB Heimuli, Ricky DT Harris, Cliff CB UA-A 7-2 6-2 3-4 3-2 3-1 3-0 3-0 2-1 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 TOT 8.0 7.0 5.0 4.0 3.5 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5

LSU 0.5-0 1.0-6 1.0-1 1.0-1 1.0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0.5-1 DNP

NEV 1.0-4 1.0-2 2.0-17 DNP -

MSU DNP 0.5-2 DNP 1.0-2 2.0-5 2.0-3 1.0-3 0.5-2 1.0-3 -

ARIZ 2.5-16 1.0-7 1.5-17 1.0-7 1.0-4 DNP 1.0-3 DNP DNP DNP -

CAL 2.0-8 1.0-2 1.0-9 DNP 1.0-1 1.0-9 DNP DNP DNP -

ASU 1.0-7 2.0-5 1.5-4 1.0-6 1.0-8 DNP 1.0-2 1.0-1 DNP DNP DNP 0.5-0 0.5-0 0.5-3

CU 3.0-13 1.0-7 1.5-2 DNP DNP 1.0-6 1.0-8 1.0-1 1.0-1 DNP 0.5-1 -

WSU 1.0-4 1.0-7 1.0-1 1.0-1 DNP 1.0-7 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

UW

STAN

USC

OSU

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Opp. LSU LSU LSU LSU LSU NEV NEV NEV NEV NEV NEV NEV NEV NEV NEV MSU MSU MSU MSU MSU MSU MSU MSU ARIZ ARIZ ARIZ ARIZ ARIZ ARIZ ARIZ ARIZ CAL CAL CAL CAL CAL CAL ASU ASU ASU ASU ASU ASU ASU CU CU CU CU CU CU CU ORE ORE ORE ORE ORE ORE Qtr. 1st 1st 2nd 4th 4th 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 4th 4th 1st 1st 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 1st 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th Time 03:55 00:42 05:16 09:14 00:13 11:17 01:56 14:36 09:57 05:43 00:13 13:30 07:25 02:24 00:20 07:21 03:18 12:11 08:36 05:33 13:43 09:32 04:45 12:18 07:58 13:24 05:18 02:45 03:19 09:55 01:45 10:00 02:22 09:59 06:38 02:18 14:06 07:33 12:07 00:27 10:31 08:01 14:40 09:26 13:24 07:06 04:05 01:13 08:10 11:51 06:25 13:22 07:32 14:16 07:23 03:39 12:07 Scoring Play Beard, Rob 29 yd field goal Beard, Rob 30 yd field goal James, L. 3 yd run Huff, Josh 8 yd pass from Thomas, Darron Thomas, De. 4 yd run Conversion

OREGON DUCKS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES 17


Plays-Yards 12-39 4-7 19-79 13-68 11-70 11-79 6-80 1-44 4-60 4-86 11-81 3-72 4-27 10-56 4-37 3-93 1-90 3-47 4-75 9-74 9-76 8-80 10-72 8-80 6-55 4-28 8-75 5-78 7-43 2-64 8-70 13-88 3-86 7-61 4-59 3-47 5-86 3-50 6-68 5-88 8-38 9-58 6-80 7-58 2-87 7-80 6-48 8-44 3-58 3-58 14-77 7-94 TOP 4:14 0:30 7:41 4:47 2:33 3:43 2:18 0:08 1:00 1:11 1:39 1:13 1:32 3:01 1:10 0:37 0:14 0:51 1:17 2:26 2:56 2:42 2:19 2:06 2:02 1:37 2:15 2:29 4:43 0:30 2:41 5:01 0:51 3:10 1:02 0:54 1:35 0:24 1:50 1:05 2:22 3:18 1:36 2:11 0:50 1:46 1:29 2:13 1:04 0:44 4:36 2:45 Score (ORE-OPP) 3-3 6-3 13-9 20-33 27-40 6-0 13-0 20-0 27-0 34-0 41-7 48-7 55-13 62-20 69-20 7-7 14-7 21-7 28-7 35-7 42-7 49-7 56-7 7-0 14-0 21-3 28-3 35-3 42-24 49-24 56-31 7-3 14-6 21-15 29-15 36-15 43-15 7-7 14-14 21-17 28-24 35-24 38-24 41-27 8-0 15-0 22-0 29-0 35-0 42-0 45-0 8-0 15-3 22-10 29-13 36-20 43-20

2011 OREGON SCORING DRIVES


Beard, Rob kick Beard, Rob kick Beard, Rob kick Jordan, Dion rush failed Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Thomas, De. pass Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick

James, L. 4 yd run Tuinei, L. 3 yd pass from Thomas, Darron James, L. 44 yd pass from Thomas, Darron Vaughn, Rahsaan 25 yd pass from Thomas, Darron Lyerla, Colt 20 yd pass from Thomas, Darron Thomas, De. 24 yd pass from Thomas, Darron James, L. 58 yd punt return Thomas, De. 69 yd pass from Thomas, Darron Forde, Ayele 26 yd run Lokombo, Boseko 67 yd interception return James, L. 1 yd run Tuinei, L. 8 yd pass from Thomas, Darron Lyerla, Colt 7 yd pass from Thomas, Darron James, L. 90 yd run Tuinei, L. 34 yd pass from Thomas, Darron James, L. 50 yd run Lyerla, Colt 26 yd pass from Bennett, Bryan Dungy, Eric 22 yd pass from Bennett, Bryan James, L. 12 yd run Barner, Kenjon 8 yd run Paulson, David 10 yd pass from Thomas, Darron Barner, Kenjon 6 yd pass from Thomas, Darron James, L. 19 yd run Thomas, Darron 5 yd run Barner, Kenjon 1 yd run Thomas, Darron 2 yd run James, L. 53 yd run Thomas, De. 17 yd run Thomas, De. 23 yd pass from Thomas, Darron Barner, Kenjon 68 yd run Thomas, De. 21 yd pass from Thomas, Darron Tuinei, L. 3 yd pass from Thomas, Darron Thomas, De. 16 yd run Tuinei, L. 28 yd pass from Thomas, Darron Paulson, David 12 yd pass from Thomas, Darron Thomas, De. 3 yd run Barner, Kenjon 5 yd run Maldonado, A. 37 yd field goal Maldonado, A. 24 yd field goal Barner, Kenjon 4 yd run Thomas, De. 14 yd pass from Bennett, Bryan Barner, Kenjon 84 yd run Paulson, David 31 yd pass from Bennett, Bryan Clay, Michael 32 yd interception return Carson, Tra 1 yd run Maldonado, A. 36 yd field goal Lokombo, Boseko 25 yd blocked punt return Tuinei, L. 55 yd pass from Thomas, Darron Thomas, De. 45 yd pass from Bennett, Bryan Tuinei, L. 19 yd pass from Bennett, Bryan Thomas, De. 93 yd kickoff return Barner, Kenjon 28 yd run

Rice, Jackson rush Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick failed Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. pass Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick Maldonado, A. kick

GAME 9 OREGON AT WASHINGTON NOV. 5, 2011


Opp. LSU LSU LSU LSU LSU LSU LSU NEV NEV NEV MSU ARIZ ARIZ ARIZ ARIZ ARIZ CAL CAL CAL CAL ASU ASU ASU ASU ASU CU WSU WSU WSU WSU WSU Qtr. 1st 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 2nd 3rd 4th 1st 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 3rd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th Time 11:14 14:43 00:44 06:23 03:03 14:07 02:52 01:52 08:38 07:26 10:22 00:30 01:04 10:30 05:43 06:29 10:30 08:27 09:40 06:05 11:40 04:10 07:52 12:21 12:44 01:32 14:06 01:27 11:59 03:52 01:50 Scoring Play Drew Alleman 44 yd field goal Tyrann Mathieu 3 yd fumble recovery Rueben Randle 10 yd pass from Jarrett Lee Michael Ford 5 yd run Spencer Ware 1 yd run Drew Alleman 32 yd field goal Michael Ford 16 yd run Ball, Mike 5 yd pass from Lantrip, Tyler Jefferson, S. 1 yd run Fajardo, Cody 7 yd run Chris Douglas 3 yd run Zendejas, A. 28 yd field goal Morrison, R. 34 yd pass from Foles, N. Antolin, K. 7 yd run Roberts, D. 7 yd pass from Foles, N. Roberts, D. 4 yd pass from Foles, N. Tavecchio, Gior 27 yd field goal Tavecchio, Gior 38 yd field goal Tavecchio, Gior 54 yd field goal Allen, Keenan 12 yd pass from Maynard, Zach Robinson,Gerell 20 yd pass from Osweiler,Brock Willie,Mike 25 yd pass from Osweiler,Brock Garoutte,Alex 37 yd field goal Marshall,C. 4 yd run Garoutte,Alex 30 yd field goal Smith, Terrel safety Furney, Andrew 40 yd field goal Horton, Damante 76 yd interception return Furney, Andrew 35 yd field goal Karstetter, Jar 24 yd pass from Lobbestael, M. Galvin, Rickey 9 yd run Conversion

OREGON DUCKS FOOTBALL GAME NOTES 18


Plays-Yards 6-12 12-75 5-24 6-41 8-33 5-41 11-80 13-89 7-68 9-84 13-61 7-81 12-74 9-65 10-75 11-66 6-44 7-28 6-59 4-36 7-77 4-0 4-67 8-57 TOP 2:35 4:26 1:55 3:12 3:25 2:56 3:51 4:52 2:26 4:38 5:02 1:34 4:25 3:14 3:19 4:30 1:33 2:11 2:19 1:57 3:23 0:26 1:31 1:56 Score (ORE-OPP) 0-3 6-9 13-16 13-23 13-30 13-33 20-40 34-7 48-13 55-20 0-7 14-3 35-9 35-16 35-24 49-31 0-3 7-6 14-9 14-15 0-7 7-14 14-17 21-24 38-27 45-2 13-58 Furney, Andrew kick Furney, Andrew kick Karstetter, Jar pass 6-48 7-70 13-85 2:17 3:31 5:13 5:00 8-3 15-10 22-13 29-20 43-28

2011 OPPONENT SCORING DRIVES


Drew Alleman kick failed Drew Alleman kick Drew Alleman kick Drew Alleman kick Drew Alleman kick Martinez, A. kick Martinez, A. kick failed Martinez, A. kick Austin Witmer kick Zendejas, A. kick blockd Zendejas, A. kick Douglas, D. pass Zendejas, A. kick

Maynard, Zach pass failed Garoutte,Alex kick Garoutte,Alex kick Garoutte,Alex kick

Opponent LSU Nevada Missouri State Arizona California Arizona State Colorado Washington State Total

OREGON

RED ZONE EFFICIENCY


Inside 20 5 4 4 8 3 6 5 2 37 Tot Pts 27 20 21 56 21 34 25 7 211 TD 3 3 3 8 3 4 3 1 28 Run/Pass 2/1 1/2 1/2 6/2 1/2 3/1 2/1 0/1 16/12 TD Pct. .600 .750 .750 1.000 1.000 .667 .600 .500 .757 FG 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 5 Scoring Pct. 1.000 .750 .750 1.000 1.000 1.000 .800 .500 .892

Opponent LSU Nevada Missouri State Arizona California Arizona State Colorado Washington State Total

OPPONENT

Inside 20 5 5 2 5 4 5 0 4 30

Tot Pts 31 20 7 25 12 20 0 11 126

TD 4 3 1 3 1 2 0 1 15

Run/Pass 3/1 2/1 1/0 1/2 0/1 1/1 0/0 1/0 9/6

TD Pct. .800 .600 .500 .600 .250 .400 .000 .250 .500

FG 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 1 7

Scoring Pct. 1.000 .600 .500 .800 .750 .800 .000 .500 .733

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Game WR LSU Hoffman Nevada Hoffman Missouri St. Hoffman Arizona Hoffman California Hoffman Arizona St. Vaughn Colorado De. Thomas Wash. St. Hoffman Game LSU Nevada Missouri St. Arizona California Arizona St. Colorado Wash. St. WR Huff Vaughn Vaughn Vaughn Huff Huff Huff

OFFENSE

2011 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS


LT Weems Weems Weems Weems Weems Weems Weems Weems QB Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Bennett Thomas LG York York York York York York York York RB James James James James James Barner Barner James C Grasu Grasu Grasu Grasu Grasu Grasu Grasu Grasu RB Barner Barner RG Golpashin Asper Asper Asper Asper Asper Asper Asper RT Asper Cody Cody Cody Cody Cody Cody Cody TE Paulson Paulson Paulson Paulson Paulson Paulson Paulson WR Tuinei Tuinei Tuinei Tuinei Tuinei Tuinei Tuinei Tuinei

Game LSU Nevada Missouri St. Arizona California Arizona St. Colorado Wash. St. Game LSU Nevada Missouri St. Arizona California Arizona St. Colorado Colorado

DEFENSE

DE Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner Turner LC Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Hill Hill

DT Hart Hart Hart Hart Hart Hart Hart Hart ROV Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant Patterson Pleasant

DT Remington Remington Remington Keliikipi Keliikipi Keliikipi Keliikipi Keliikipi FS Boyett Boyett Patterson Boyett Boyett Boyett Boyett Boyett

DE Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan RC Gildon Gildon Gildon Gildon Gildon Gildon Gildon Ekpre-Olomu

WILL Clay Clay Stuckey Stuckey Stuckey Stuckey Clay Clay

MIKE Stuckey Stuckey Alonso Alonso Alonso Alonso Stuckey Stuckey

SAM Kaddu Kaddu Kaddu Kaddu Kaddu Kaddu Kaddu Kaddu

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2011 OREGON INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS


Rushes ................................ 31 Yards Rushing .................. 288 TD Rushes .......................... 3 Long Rush ......................... 90 Pass attempts ................... 54 Pass completions ............ 31 Yards Passing.................... 295 TD Passes ........................... 6 Long Pass........................... 69 Receptions ........................ 7 Yards Receiving ............... 114 TD Receptions.................. 2 ............................................... ............................................... ............................................... ............................................... Long Reception ............... 69 Field Goals ......................... 2 ............................................... Long Field Goal ............... 37 Punts ................................... 5 ............................................... Punting Avg ...................... 54.0 Long Punt .......................... 61 ............................................... Punts inside 20 ................ 3 ............................................... Long Punt Return ........... 58 Long Kickoff Return ....... 93 Tackles ................................ 14 Sacks ................................... 2.0 Tackles For Loss ............... 3.0 Interceptions .................... 1

Barner, Kenjon vs Arizona State (10/15/11) James, LaMichael at Arizona (09/24/11) James, LaMichael vs Missouri St. (09/17/11) James, LaMichael vs Missouri St. (09/17/11) Thomas, Darron vs LSU (09/03/11) Thomas, Darron vs LSU (09/03/11) Thomas, Darron vs Nevada (09/10/11) Thomas, Darron vs Nevada (09/10/11) Thomas, Darron vs Nevada (09/10/11) Tuinei, Lavasier vs LSU (09/03/11) Thomas, DeAnthony vs California (10/06/11) Thomas, DeAnthony vs Nevada (09/10/11) Lyerla, Colt vs Missouri State (09/17/11) Tuinei, Lavasier vs Missouri State (09/17/11) Thomas, DeAnthony vs California (10/06/11) Tuinei, Lavasier vs Washington St. (10/29/11) Thomas, DeAnthony vs Nevada (09/10/11) Beard, Rob vs LSU (09/03/11) Maldonado, Alej. vs Arizona State (10/15/11) Maldonado, Alej. vs Arizona State (10/15/11) Rice, Jackson vs California (10/06/11) Rice, Jackson vs Arizona State (10/15/11) Rice, Jackson at Colorado (10/22/11) Rice, Jackson at Arizona (09/24/11) Rice, Jackson at Colorado (10/22/11) Rice, Jackson vs Arizona State (10/15/11) Rice, Jackson at Colorado (10/22/11) James, LaMichael vs Nevada (09/10/11) Thomas, De. vs Washington State (10/29/11) Boyett, John vs LSU (09/03/11) Kaddu, Josh at Colorado (10/22/11) Kaddu, Josh at Colorado (10/22/11) 8 times, last by Mitchell, T. vs Wash. St. (10/29/11)

2011 OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS


Rushes ...............................26 Yards Rushing .................119 TD Rushes .........................2 Long Rush ........................51 Pass attempts ..................57 Pass completions ...........34 Yards Passing...................398 TD Passes ..........................3 Long Pass..........................48 Receptions .......................11 Yards Receiving ..............170 TD Receptions.................2 Long Reception ..............48 Field Goals ........................3 Long Field Goal ..............54 Punts ..................................12 Punting Avg .....................44.7 Long Punt .........................62 Punts inside 20 ...............5 Long Punt Return ..........15 Long Kickoff Return ......48 Tackles ...............................11 .............................................. Sacks ..................................1.0 .............................................. .............................................. .............................................. .............................................. Tackles For Loss ..............2.5 Interceptions ...................1

Spencer Ware, vs LSU (09/03/11) Sofele, Isi, vs California (10/06/11) Michael Ford, vs LSU (09/03/11) Miles,Jamal, vs Arizona State (10/15/11) Foles, N., at Arizona (09/24/11) Foles, N., at Arizona (09/24/11) Foles, N., at Arizona (09/24/11) Foles, N., at Arizona (09/24/11) Osweiler,Brock, vs Arizona State (10/15/11) Wilson, Marq., vs Washington State (10/29/11) Allen, Keenan, vs California (10/06/11) Roberts, D., at Arizona (09/24/11) Robinson,Gerell, vs Arizona State (10/15/11) Tavecchio, Gior, vs California (10/06/11) Tavecchio, Gior, vs California (10/06/11) ONeill,Darragh, at Colorado (10/22/11) Anger, Bryan, vs California (10/06/11) Hurst, Jake, vs Nevada (09/10/11) ONeill,Darragh, at Colorado (10/22/11) Tyrann Mathieu, vs LSU (09/03/11) Barton, Isiah, vs Washington State (10/29/11) Vassallo, P., at Arizona (09/24/11) Holt, D.J., vs California (10/06/11) Roy, Brett, vs Nevada (09/10/11) Tipoti, Aaron, vs California (10/06/11) Owusu, Ernest, vs California (10/06/11) Moten, Josh, at Colorado (10/22/11) Kaufusi, Sekope, vs Washington St. (10/29/11) Vassallo, P., at Arizona (09/24/11) 5 times, last by Bucannon, vs Wash. St. (10/29/11)

2011 OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS


Rushes ...............................55 Yards Rushing .................283 Yards Per Rush ................5.5 TD Rushes .........................3 Pass attempts ..................60 Pass completions ...........34 Yards Passing...................398 Yards Per Pass..................7.0 TD Passes ..........................3 Total Plays.........................92 Total Offense ...................516 Yards Per Play ..................5.7 Points .................................40 Sacks By.............................2 First Downs ......................30 Penalties ...........................10 .............................................. Penalty Yards ...................95 .............................................. Turnovers..........................3 Interceptions By .............2 Punts ..................................12 Punting Avg .....................44.7 Long Punt .........................62 Punts inside 20 ...............5 Long Punt Return ..........15

2011 OREGON TEAM GAME HIGHS


Rushes ................................ 51 Yards Rushing .................. 416 Yards Per Rush ................. 9.7 TD Rushes .......................... 6 Pass attempts ................... 54 Pass completions ............ 31 Yards Passing.................... 331 Yards Per Pass................... 12.7 TD Passes ........................... 6 Total Plays.......................... 82 Total Offense .................... 681 Yards Per Play ................... 10.6 Points .................................. 69 Sacks By.............................. 5 ............................................... First Downs ....................... 29 Penalties ............................ 12 Penalty Yards .................... 95 Turnovers........................... 4 Interceptions By .............. 3 Punts ................................... 5 ............................................... Punting Avg ...................... 54.0 Long Punt .......................... 61 ............................................... Punts inside 20 ................ 3 ............................................... Long Punt Return ........... 58

vs California (10/06/11) vs Missouri State (09/17/11) vs Missouri State (09/17/11) at Arizona (09/24/11) vs LSU (09/03/11) vs LSU (09/03/11) vs Nevada (09/10/11) vs Nevada (09/10/11) vs Nevada (09/10/11) vs LSU (09/03/11) vs Missouri State (09/17/11) vs Missouri State (09/17/11) vs Nevada (09/10/11) at Arizona (09/24/11) at Colorado (10/22/11) at Arizona (09/24/11) vs LSU (09/03/11) vs LSU (09/03/11) vs LSU (09/03/11) vs Nevada (09/10/11) vs California (10/06/11) vs Arizona State (10/15/11) at Colorado (10/22/11) at Arizona (09/24/11) at Colorado (10/22/11) vs Arizona State (10/15/11) at Colorado (10/22/11) vs Nevada (09/10/11)

vs Missouri State (09/17/11) vs Nevada (09/10/11) vs Nevada (09/10/11) vs LSU (09/03/11) vs California (10/06/11) at Arizona (09/24/11) at Arizona (09/24/11) vs Washington State (10/29/11) at Arizona (09/24/11) at Arizona (09/24/11) vs Nevada (09/10/11) vs Nevada (09/10/11) vs LSU (09/03/11) vs California (10/06/11) vs Washington State (10/29/11) at Colorado (10/22/11) vs Washington State (10/29/11) vs Arizona State (10/15/11) vs Washington State (10/29/11) vs Nevada (09/10/11) vs Washington State (10/29/11) at Colorado (10/22/11) vs California (10/06/11) vs Nevada (09/10/11) at Colorado (10/22/11) vs LSU (09/03/11)

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RUSHING
Player Rushed for 100 Yards by UO 107, Kenjon Barner vs. Washington State 10/29/2011 by Opp 120, Isi Sofele vs. California 10/6/2011 Two Players Rushed for 100 Yards by UO LaMichael James (134) and Kenjon Barner (133) at Oregon St. 12/4/2010 by Opp Reggie Bush (122) and LenDale White (111) vs. USC 9/24/2005 Player Rushed for 200 Yards by UO 239, LaMichael James vs. California 10/6/2011 by Opp 223, Toby Gerhart at Stanford 11/7/2009 Player Rushed 30 Times by UO 31 (171 yds), Kenjon Barner vs. Arizona State 10/15/2011 by Opp 38 (223 yds), Toby Gerhart at Stanford 11/7/2009 Player Rushed for 3 Touchdowns or More by UO 3, LaMichael James vs. Missouri State 9/17/2011 by Opp 3, Toby Gerhart at Stanford 11/7/2009 Player Scored on 50-Yard Run or Longer by UO 84, Kenjon Barner at Colorado 10/22/2011 by Opp 53, Deantre Lewis at Arizona State 9/25/2010 Player had a 70-Yard Run or Longer by UO 84, Kenjon Barner at Colorado 10/22/2011 by Opp 80, Kory Sheets, at Purdue 9/13/2008 Player had an 80-Yard Run or Longer by UO 84, Kenjon Barner at Colorado 10/22/2011 by Opp 80, Kory Sheets at Purdue 9/13/2008 Player Scored on 50-Yard Pass Play or Longer by UO 55, Lavasier Tuinei (Darron Thomas) vs. Washington State 10/29/2011 by Opp 85, Juron Criner (Nick Foles) vs. Arizona 11/26/2010 Player Scored on 80-Yard Pass Play or Longer by UO 84, LaMichael James (Darron Thomas) at Washington State 10/9/2010 by Opp 85, Juron Criner (Nick Foles) vs. Arizona 11/26/2010

SPECIAL TEAMS

Player Accumulated 100 Yards or More Punt Returns by UO 127, Cliff Harris vs. Washington 11/6/2010 by Opp 146, Curtis Conway at USC 10/10/1992 Player Returned Punt for Touchdown by UO 58, LaMichael James vs. Nevada 9/10/2011 by Opp 65, DeSean Jackson at California 10/7/2006 Player Accumulated 200 Yards or More Kickoff Returns by UO 201, Walter Thurmond III vs. Oklahoma State 12/30/2008 by Opp 211, Dee Moronkola at Washington State 10/10/1998 Player Returned Kickoff for Touchdown by UO 93, DeAnthony Thomas vs. Washington State 10/29/2011 by Opp 100, Terry Richardson at ASU 9/30/2006 Player Scored a Touchdown on a Blocked Punt by UO Boseko Lokombo (Avery Patterson block) vs. Washington St. 10/29/2011 by Opp Jon Alston at Stanford 10/1/2005 Player Blocked Punt (No Touchdown) by UO Rory Cavaille vs. Arizona State 11/14/2009 by Opp Team vs. Utah 9/19/2009 Player Scored a Touchdown on a Blocked Field Goal by UO A.J. Tuitele (Jeremy Gibbs) vs. Stanford 9/2/2006 by Opp Marlin Jackson (Jeremy LeSueur) vs. Michigan 9/20/2003 Player Blocked a Field Goal (No Touchdown) by UO John Boyett vs. California 10/6/2011 by Opp Latchison vs. New Mexico 9/4/2010

PASSING

Player Passed for 400 Yards by UO 425, Kellen Clemens (36-48) vs. Washington 10/15/2005 by Opp 448, Nick Foles (29-54) vs. Arizona 11/26/2010 Player Completed 25 Passes by UO 31, Darron Thomas (240 yds) vs. LSU 9/3/2011 by Opp 28, Marshall Lobbestael (337 yds) vs. Washington State 10/29/2011 Player Attempted 40 Passes by UO 54, Darron Thomas (31 comp) vs. LSU 9/3/2011 by Opp 48, Marshall Lobbestael (28 comp) vs. Washington State 10/29/2011 Player Passed for 4 or more Touchdowns by UO 6, Darron Thomas vs. Nevada 9/10/2011 by Opp 4, Nick Foles at Arizona 11/21/2009 Player Passed for 5 or more Touchdowns by UO 6, Darron Thomas vs. Nevada 9/10/2011 by Opp 5, Lyle Moevao at Oregon State 11/29/2008

KICKING

Player Kicked Four or More Field Goals by UO 4, Morgan Flint vs. USC 10/31/2009 by Opp 4, Justin Kahut vs. Oregon State 12/3/2009 Player Kicked 50-Yard or Longer Field Goal by UO 52, Matt Evensen at Arizona State 10/25/2008 by Opp 54, Giorgio Tavecchio vs. California 10/6/2011 Player had a 70+ Yard Punt by UO 75, Kurtis Doerr at Michigan State 9/2/1999 by Opp 77, Jeff Locke at UCLA 10/10/2009 Player Missed Point After Touchdown by UO Alejandro Maldonado at Colorado 10/22/2011 by Opp A. Zendejas at Arizona 9/24/2011

RECEIVING

Player Caught 10 or More Passes by UO 10, Jeff Maehl (119 yds) at Washington State 10/9/2010 by Opp 11, Marquise Wilson (126 yds) vs. Washington State 10/29/2011 Player Gained 150 Yards Receiving by UO 163, Jaison Williams (9 rec.) vs. Washington State 10/21/2006 by Opp 170, Jeenan Allen (9 rec.) vs. California 10/6/2011 Two players had 100 yards Receiving by UO Cameron Colvin (136) and Jaison Williams (113) vs. Stanford 9/22/2007 by Opp Devard Darling (133) and Mike Bush (107) Wash. St. 11/9/2002 Player Made Three Touchdown Receptions by UO 3, Jeff Maehl at USC 10/30/2010 by Opp 3, Juron Criner at Arizona 11/21/2009

DEFENSE

Player Made 15 or More Tackles by UO 15, Patrick Chung vs. Arizona State 11/3/2007 by Opp 16, Mike Mohamed at California 11/13/2010 Player Made Three or More Interceptions by UO 3, Steve Smith vs. Colorado 1/1/2002 by Opp 3, Jake Cookus at Oregon State 11/18/2000 Player Returned Interception for Touchdown by UO Michael Clay (32 yds) at Colorado 10/22/2011 by Opp Damante Horton (76 yds) vs. Washington State 10/29/2011

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Player Recovered/Returned Fumble for Touchdown by UO Boseko Lokombo at Arizona State 9/25/2010 by Opp Tyrann Mathieu at LSU (3 yds) 9/3/2011 Player Scored a Safety by UO Team vs. Washington State 10/13/2007 by Opp Team vs. Colorado 10/22/2011

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TEAM

Surpassed 500 Yards Total Offense by UO 527, at Colorado 10/22/2011 by Opp 516, vs. Nevada 9/10/2011 Rushed for 300 Yards by UO 371, at Colorado 10/22/2011 by Opp 315, vs. Houston 9/1/2007 Passed for 400 Yards by UO 424, vs. Washington 10/15/2005 by Opp 448, vs. Arizona 11/26/10 Recorded a Shutout by UO 69-0, vs. Portland State 9/18/2010 by Opp 0-16, at UCLA 11/24/2007 Scored 50 Points by UO 56-31, at Arizona 9/24/2011 by Opp 51-42, at Stanford 11/7/2009 Failed to Rush for 100 Yards by UO 75, vs. Auburn 1/10/2011 by Opp 98, at Colorado 10/22/2011 Failed to Pass for 100 Yards by UO 81, vs. Ohio State 1/1/2010 by Opp 98, vs. LSU 9/3/2011 Failed to Gain 100 Yards Total Offense by UO 97, (27 rush, 70 pass) at Washington State 10/8/1994 by Opp 88, San Jose State 10/6/1962 Team had 100 or More Penalty Yards by UO 107, vs. Washington (10 penalties) 11/6/2010 by Opp 100, vs. Utah (10 penalties) 9/19/2009

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Oregon Ducks LSU 6 3 7 13 0 14 14 10 27 40 Record: (0-1) Record: (1-0)

Game 1 - Sept. 3
#3 OREGON #4 LSU
Arlington, Texas (87,711) Cowboys Stadium 72 degrees, indoors ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) LaMichael James became Oregons career rushing leader but Michael Ford ran for two touchdowns and Jarrett Lee admirably directed LSUs offense in place of suspended quarterback Jordan Jefferson in the fourth-ranked Tigers season-opening 40-27 victory over No. 3 Oregon on Saturday night. Ford and Spencer Ware had touchdown runs in a span of 3:20 late in the third quarter after third-string Oregon running back DeAnthony Thomas fumbled on consecutive touches, one on a rushing attempt and then on the ensuing kickoff. Oregon, which lost to Auburn in the BCS national championship game last season, has consecutive losses for the first time since losing its last three regular-season games in 2007. LSU took a 16-13 lead just before halftime, going ahead to stay, on Rueben Randles 10-yard TD catch from Jarrett Lee. Randle caught the ball in the front corner of the end zone over freshman cornerback Terrance Mitchell. The other LSU touchdown before halftime came when fill-in punt returner Kenjon Barner fielded a punt inside the 5, took a couple of steps backs. Thats when Tyrann Mathieu stripped the ball away, scooped it up after it bounced on the turf and took a couple of steps into the end zone. LSU has won 34 consecutive nonconference games, the longest such streak in the nation, including all 23 in the regular season under seventh-year coach Les Miles. The overall streak dates back to the Tigers 26-8 loss to Virginia Tech in the 2002 season opener. Lees 10th career start was his first since a win over Louisiana Tech in 2009. Even though the senior completed only 10 of 22 passes for 98 yards, he didnt have an interception and appeared steady throughout the game. Ware had 26 carries for 99 yards while Fort had 14 runs for 98 yards and two TDs, his second on a 16-yard run in the fourth quarter. James had one of his tougher career games, even though he scored a touchdown for the 12th time his last 13 games. James had 18 carries for 54 yards, only five more than he had against Auburn in the national title game. The junior finished the game with 3,331 career rushing yards.to break the Oregon career mark previously held by Derel Loville who tallied 3,296 yards from 1986-89. DAnthony Thomas scored on a 4-yard run in the final minute of the first opening game of top-five teams on a neutral field since 1984, when Jimmy Johnson won his debut as coach of Miami against an Auburn squad featuring Bo Jackson a year before he won the Heisman Trophy. Ducks quarterback Darron Thomas was 31-of-54 passing for 240 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Rob Beard had field goals of 29 and 30 yards that put Oregon up 6-3 in the first quarter. Drew Alleman had kicks of 44 and 32 for LSU.

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Drew Alleman 44 yd field goal, 6-12 2:35, ORE 0 - LSU 3 Beard, Rob 29 yd field goal, 12-39 4:14, ORE 3 - LSU 3 Beard, Rob 30 yd field goal, 4-7 0:30, ORE 6 - LSU 3 Tyrann Mathieu 3 yd fumble recovery (Drew Alleman kick failed), , ORE 6 - LSU 9 James, LaMichael 3 yd run (Beard, Rob kick), 19-79 7:41, ORE 13 - LSU 9 R. Randle 10 yd pass from J. Lee (D. Alleman kick), 12-75 4:26, ORE 13 - LSU 16 Michael Ford 5 yd run (Drew Alleman kick), 5-24 1:55, ORE 13 - LSU 23 Spencer Ware 1 yd run (Drew Alleman kick), 6-41 3:12, ORE 13 - LSU 30 Drew Alleman 32 yd field goal, 8-33 3:25, ORE 13 - LSU 33 Huff, Josh 8 yd pass from Thomas, D. (Beard, R. kick), 13-68 4:47, ORE 20 - LSU 33 Michael Ford 16 yd run (Drew Alleman kick), 5-41 2:56, ORE 20 - LSU 40 Thomas, DeAnthony 4 yd run (Beard, Rob kick), 11-70 2:33, ORE 27 - LSU 40

RUSHING: Oregon Ducks-James, LaMichael 18-54; Thomas, DeAnthony 4-22; Thomas, Darron 2-12; Barner, Kenjon 4-7. LSU-Spencer Ware 26-99; Michael Ford 14-96; Kenny Hilliard 2-3; Alfred Blue 1-2; Jarrett Lee 2-minus 4; TEAM 3-minus 21. PASSING: Oregon Ducks-Thomas, Darron 31-54-1-240. LSU-Jarrett Lee 10-22-0-98. RECEIVING: Oregon Ducks-Tuinei, Lavasier 7-47; James, LaMichael 6-61; Thomas, DeAnthony 6-47; Huff, Josh 5-28; Paulson, David 3-21; Hoffman, Justin 2-22; Barner, Kenjon 1-9; Murphy, Will 1-5. LSU-De. Peterson 4-62; Odell Beckham 2-10; Rueben Randle 1-10; Spencer Ware 1-9; Michael Ford 1-4; Jarvis Landry 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: Oregon Ducks-None. LSU-Tharold Simon 1-minus 2. FUMBLES: Oregon Ducks-Thomas, DeAnthony 2-2; Barner, Kenjon 1-1. LSU-TEAM 2-1; Spencer Ware 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Oregon Ducks-Kaddu, Josh 1-0. LSU-None. TACKLES (UA-A): Oregon Ducks-Boyett, John 6-8; Stuckey, Dewitt 4-6; Clay, Michael 3-6; Gildon, Anthony 2-6; Jackson, Brian 0-8; Hanna, Brandon 2-5; Pleasant, Eddie 2-4; Remington, Isaac 1-3; Turner, Terrell 1-3; Hart, Taylor 0-4; Kaddu, Josh 1-2; Mitchell, Terrance 0-3; Jordan, Dion 0-3; Lokombo, Boseko 0-3; Keliikipi, Wade 0-2; Beard, Rob 1-0; Tuinei, Lavasier 1-0; Barner, Kenjon 1-0; Heimuli, Ricky 0-1; Patterson, Avery 0-1. LSU-Tyrann Mathieu 5-5; Brandon Taylor 4-5; Tharold Simon 6-2; Mo. Claiborne 5-1; Mi. Brockers 3-2; Sam Montgomery 2-2; Lavar Edwards 2-2; Eric Reid 2-2; Bennie Logan 1-3; Ryan Baker 1-3; Kevin Minter 0-4; Ron Brooks 3-0; R. Duplessis 1-1; Alfred Blue 1-1; Craig Loston 1-1; Tahj Jones 1-1; Lamin Barrow 1-1; Kendrick Adams 0-2; Bark. Mingo 1-0; Luke Muncie 1-0; Derrick Bryant 1-0; Jo. Jefferson 0-1; Anthony Johnson 0-1; Josh Downs 0-1; Drew Alleman 0-1.
TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards ORE 18 28-95 240 54-31-1 82-335 0-0 4--10 8-150 0-0 4-47.2 3-3 12-95 26:56 9 of 19 1 of 2 5-5 1-6 LSU 18 48-175 98 22-10-0 70-273 2-6 3-26 4-99 1--2 6-41.3 3-1 5-47 33:04 6 of 15 0 of 0 5-5 0-0

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Nevada Oregon Ducks 0 13 7 28 6 14 7 14 20 69 Record: (0-1) Record: (1-1)

Game 2 - Sept. 10
NEVADA #13 OREGON
Eugene, Oregon (58,818) Autzen Stadium 84 degrees, sunny EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- Darron Thomas matched a school record with six touchdown passes and No. 13 Oregon bounced back from its seasonopening loss to beat Nevada 69-20 on Saturday. LaMichael James ran for 67 yards and a touchdown, caught a scoring pass from Thomas and returned a punt for a score to help the Ducks (11) to their 17th straight victory at Autzen Stadium. True freshman running back DeAnthony Thomas caught two passes - both for touchdowns - for 93 yards. Tyler Lantrip, a fifth-year senior making his first career start, completed 21 of 35 passes for 219 yards and a touchdown for Nevada, which was playing its season opener. The loss snapped Nevadas seven-game winning streak, which dated to last season when the Wolf Pack went 13-1 and were ranked No. 11 to end the season. After facing unrelenting pressure in a 40-27 loss to then-No. 4 LSU last week, Darron Thomas was controlled and confident, completing 13 of 19 passes for 295 yards. He was replaced late in the third quarter by backup Bryan Bennett. The six TD tosses matched the single-game school record set twice by Joey Harrington and once by Danny ONeil. The Ducks have not dropped a home opener since 2004. Oregon built a 13-0 lead in the first quarter. Darron Thomas immediately answered the critics who questioned why he didnt run more against LSU by sprinting for a 26-yard gain on Oregons first drive. James punched it in 4 yards for the score, but the two-point try didnt work. Nevada got within field-goal range in the quarter, but Anthony Martinezs 38-yard attempt was blocked by John Boyett. Oregons ensuing series was highlighted by DeAnthony Thomas 62-yard dash and capped by Darron Thomas 3-yard scoring pass to Lavasier Tuinei. Troy Hill intercepted Lantrips pass on the Oregon 11 and ran it back 45 yards, before Darron Thomas hit James with a 44-yard pass to make it 20-0. Darron Thomas also found Rahsaan Vaughn with a 25-yard scoring pass and freshman tight end Colt Lyerla with a 20-yard TD strike. Nevada scored with 1:52 left in the half on Lantrips 5-yard pass to Mike Ball, but the Ducks quickly answered with Darron Thomas 24-yard scoring pass to DeAnthony Thomas to make it 41-7 at the break. Oregon opened the second half with James 58-yard punt return to make it 48-7. James, a Heisman finalist who averaged more than 144 yards rushing last season, was held to 54 yards by LSU last weekend. Against Nevada he showed his versatility, helping out on punt returns in the absence of fellow running back Kenjon Barner, who did not play because of an ankle injury sustained against LSU. Nevadas Stephon Jefferson had a 1-yard run midway through the fourth quarter to make it 48-13. On the next series, Darron Thomas hit DeAnthony Thomas with another touchdown pass, this time a 69-yarder. Nevadas Cody Fajardo ran 7 yards for a score to make it 55-20 midway through the fourth quarter, but Oregon redshirt freshman Ayele Forde added a 26-yard scoring run with 2:24 left and Boseko Lokombos 67yard interception return with 20 seconds left provided the final margin.

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James, LaMichael 4 yd run (Jordan, Dion rush failed), 11-79 3:43, NEV 0 - ORE 6 Tuinei, L. 3 yd pass from Thomas, Da. (Maldonado kick), 6-80 2:18, NEV 0 - ORE 13 James, L. 44 yd pass from Thomas, Da. (Maldonado kick), 1-44 0:08, NEV 0 - ORE 20 Vaughn, R. 25 yd pass from Thomas, Da. (Maldonado kick), 4-60 1:00, NEV 0 - ORE 27 Lyerla, C. 20 yd pass from Thomas, Da. (Maldonado kick), 4-86 1:11, NEV 0 - ORE 34 Ball, Mike 5 yd pass from Lantrip, T. (Martinez, A. kick), 11-80 3:51, NEV 7 - ORE 34 Thomas, De. 24 yd pass from Thomas, Da. (Maldonado kick), 11-81 1:39, NEV 7 - ORE 41 James, LaMichael 58 yd punt return (Maldonado, Alejandro kick), , NEV 7 - ORE 48 Jefferson, S. 1 yd run (Martinez, A. kick failed), 13-89 4:52, NEV 13 - ORE 48 Thomas, De. 69 yd pass from Thomas, Da. (Maldonado kick), 3-72 1:13, NEV 13 - ORE 55 Fajardo, Cody 7 yd run (Martinez, A. kick), 7-68 2:26, NEV 20 - ORE 55 Forde, Ayele 26 yd run (Maldonado, Alejandro kick), 4-27 1:32, NEV 20 - ORE 62 Lokombo, B. 67 yd interception return (Maldonado kick), , NEV 20 - ORE 69

RUSHING: Nevada-Ball, Mike 14-99; Jefferson, Stefphon 10-62; Fajardo, Cody 6-58; Lantrip, Tyler 10-51; Hale, Nick 8-20; TEAM 1-minus 1; Matthews, Rishard 2-minus 6. Oregon Ducks-Thomas, DeAnthony 8-81; James, LaMichael 12-67; Thomas, Darron 3-35; Carson, Tra 9-34; Forde, Ayele 6-34; Bennett, Bryan 5-21. PASSING: Nevada-Lantrip, Tyler 21-35-2-219; Fajardo, Cody 2-4-1-14. Oregon Ducks-Thomas, Darron 13-19-0-295; Bennett, Bryan 2-7-0-36. RECEIVING: Nevada-Matthews, Rishard 8-100; Anderson, Shane 5-48; Louks, Corbin 3-27; Jeffers, Stephen 1-16; Bradley, Aaron 1-12; Hale, Nick 1-11; Session, Tray 1-6; Jefferson, Stefphon 1-5; Ball, Mike 1-5; Sudfeld, Zach 1-3. Oregon Ducks-Vaughn, Rahsaan 3-45; Tuinei, Lavasier 3-25; Thomas, DeAnthony 2-93; James, LaMichael 2-56; Hawkins, Daryle 1-51; Murphy, Will 1-24; Lyerla, Colt 1-20; Dungy, Eric 1-12; Paulson, David 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Nevada-None. Oregon Ducks-Lokombo, Boseko 1-67; Hill, Troy 1-45; Hanna, Brandon 1-0. FUMBLES: Nevada-Ball, Mike 1-0. Oregon Ducks-None. SACKS (UA-A): Nevada-Roy, Brett 1-0. Oregon Ducks-Clay, Michael 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Nevada-Marshall, Brandon 5-4; Garrett, Charles 4-3; Williams, Duke 5-1; Green, Jeremiah 4-2; Wooten, Khalid 2-4; Johnson, J.M. 5-0; Burnett, Kaelin 4-1; Roy, Brett 2-3; Frey, Isaiah 2-2; Rosette, Albert 2-1; Reynoso, Jack 2-0; Hekking, Brock 1-0; Lantrip, Tyler 1-0; Ball, Mike 1-0; Thompson, Ty 0-1. Oregon Ducks-Clay, Michael 6-6; Jackson, Brian 3-4; Washington, Tony 3-3; Hill, Troy 5-0; Mitchell, Terrance 4-1; Remington, Isaac 2-2; Stuckey, Dewitt 2-2; Alonso, Kiko 2-2; Ekpre-Oloum, Ifo 1-3; Hart, Taylor 1-3; Kaddu, Josh 3-0; Malone, Derrick 2-1; Butterfield, Ben 2-1; Dargan, Erick 2-1; Kamalani, Keloni 2-1; Jordan, Dion 2-1; Lokombo, Boseko 2-1; Gildon, Anthony 1-2; Keliikipi, Wade 1-2; Hanna, Brandon 2-0; Pleasant, Eddie 2-0; Patterson, Avery 1-1; Thompson, Blake 0-2; Ava, Isaac 1-0; Garrity, Mike 1-0; Harris, Cliff 1-0; Palmer, Jeff 1-0; Hagen, Ryan 1-0; Scales, James 1-0; Mathis, Dior 0-1; Turner, Terrell 0-1; Lyerla, Colt 0-1; Boyett, John 0-1; Heimuli, Ricky 0-1.
TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards NEV 26 51-283 233 39-23-3 90-516 0-0 0-0 11-221 0-0 5-40.2 1-0 8-55 38:18 7 of 16 1 of 3 3-5 1-4 ORE 25 43-272 331 26-15-0 69-603 0-0 1-58 4-54 3-112 4-41.8 0-0 3-25 21:42 6 of 14 2 of 3 3-4 1-9

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ter Saturdays performance, he upped his average this season to 108.3 yards. Oregon backup Bryan Bennett hit Lyerla with a 26-yard TD pass, and Eric Dungy with a 22-yard scoring strike to make it 56-7 in the third quarter after the starters left.
Missouri State Oregon Ducks 7 14 0 21 0 21 0 0 7 56 Record: (0-3) Record: (2-1)

Game 3 - Sept. 17
MISSOURI STATE #12 OREGON
Eugene, Ore. (58,847) Autzen Stadium 66 degrees, overcast EUGENE, Ore. (AP) Oregons LaMichael James was waiting to bust out with a big run. He got his chance against Missouri State. The Heisman Trophy finalist last season ran 90 yards for a score in the No. 12 Ducks 56-7 victory over the lower division Bears on Saturday. He ran for a total of 204 yards and two additional scores. The breakout came after two games that fell below his rushing average last season. ``I havent been frustrated, he said. ``Its going to happen, you know? Eventually its going to happen. James 90-yard dash was Oregons longest run since 1938. He added a 1-yard TD run in the first quarter and a 50-yarder in the third. The long one was really the result of the Ducks offensive line, James insisted, and the path that was cleared by wide receiver Justin Hoffman - who dramatically pushed aside two defenders. When asked when he knew he was going to score, the speedy running back responded: ``When I got into the end zone. Seriously. James has 45 career touchdowns, matching the school record set by Derek Loville (1986-89). Darron Thomas threw for 206 yards and three touchdowns for the Ducks (2-1). Lavasier Tuinei caught scoring passes of 8 and 34 yards, and Oregon sat most of its starters early in the second half. Missouri State (0-3) scored on its first possession. The Bears were efficient in a nine-play, 84-yard drive that was capped by Chris Douglas 3-yard touchdown run to make it 7-0. By halftime, though, the Ducks were ahead 35-7. Trevor Wooden completed six of 13 passes for 91 yards, and ran for 67 yards. He said the issue was keeping up with the bigger, stronger and faster Ducks. ``We showed what we could do at the beginning, he said. It was the Ducks 18th straight victory at Autzen Stadium. Saturdays opponent was supposed to be Utah, but that game was changed because of the Pac-12 realignment. Oregon was left scrambling for an opponent, and the Bears stepped in. Oregon scored twice in the first quarter on James 1-yard run and Thomas 8-yard scoring pass to Tuinei. Oregon freshman DeAnthony Thomas topped 100 all-purpose yards in the first quarter on one punt return, one kickoff return, one run and a reception. Oregon made it 21-7 on Thomass 7-yard touchdown pass to freshman Colt Lyerla, on a drive that spanned 93 yards on three plays in 37 seconds. While that was fast, it couldnt compare to James 90-yard scoring run a short time later. That drive took all of 13 seconds. The longest run in school history was Bob Smiths 92-yarder against Idaho in 1938. Thomas second scoring pass to Tuinei came with 5:33 to go before the half. Thomas matched a school record with six touchdown passes the week before in a 69-20 victory over Nevada. James opened the second half with a 50-yard scoring run. The running back had been held to 54 yards in Oregons seasonopening 40-27 loss to then-No. 4 LSU. Then last week against the Wolf Pack he ran for 67 yards, but scored on a run, a reception and a punt return. James averaged more than 144 yards rushing a game last season. Af-

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RUSHING: Missouri State-Trevor Wooden 16-67; Vernon Scott 14-50; Chris Douglas 19-41; Julian Burton 3-19; Kierra Harris 3-8. Oregon Ducks-James, LaMichael 12-204; Carson, Tra 9-82; Thomas, DeAnthony 10-67; Forde, Ayele 8-32; Blake, Anthony 3-21; Bennett, Bryan 1-10. PASSING: Missouri State-Trevor Wooden 6-13-0-91; Kierra Harris 2-2-0-13. Oregon Ducks-Thomas, Darron 11-15-0-206; Bennett, Bryan 5-6-0-59. RECEIVING: Missouri State-Matt Thayer 3-46; Cadarriu Dotson 1-32; Julian Burton 1-10; Jermain Saffold 1-7; Ian Starnes 1-5; Dorian Buford 1-4. Oregon Ducks-Tuinei, Lavasier 4-90; Vaughn, Rahsaan 2-64; Lyerla, Colt 2-33; Thomas, DeAnthony 2-13; Butterfield, Ben 2-5; James, LaMichael 1-27; Dungy, Eric 1-22; Carson, Tra 1-6; Hoffman, Justin 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Missouri State-None. Oregon Ducks-None. FUMBLES: Missouri State-Vernon Scott 1-0. Oregon Ducks-Forde, Ayele 1-0; Hill, Troy 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Missouri State-None. Oregon Ducks-Washington, Tony 1-0; TEAM 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Missouri State-Ryan Callender 5-3; Nate Davis 4-2; Cal Schaffitzel 3-3; How Scarborough 4-1; Rodney Kelly 4-0; Mike Crutcher 3-0; Mikel Ruder 3-0; Sybhrian Berry 3-0; Andrew Beisel 2-1; Pat Fornadel 1-2; Bernard Thomas 2-0; Eric Pearce 2-0; Anthony Lee 1-1; Darius Blow 1-1; Mart Montgomery 1-1; James Caine 1-1; David Ingram 1-1; Tevan Ferguson 0-2; Jarrett Wright 1-0; Jimmie Strong 1-0; Dan Reichert 1-0; Wes Stammers 1-0; Jamarius Smith 0-1. Oregon Ducks-Patterson, Avery 6-2; Alonso, Kiko 2-5; Kamalani, Keloni 4-2; Pleasant, Eddie 3-3; Kaddu, Josh 4-1; Dargan, Erick 4-1; Stewart, Jennings 3-2; Lokombo, Boseko 1-3; Hardrick, Rodney 3-0; Jackson, Brian 2-1; Hanna, Brandon 2-1; Mathis, Dior 2-0; Washington, Tony 2-0; Hart, Taylor 2-0; Gildon, Anthony 1-1; Jordan, Dion 1-1; Malone, Derrick 1-1; Mitchell, Terrance 1-1; Scales, James 1-1; Remington, Isaac 0-2; Heimuli, Ricky 1-0; Turner, Terrell 1-0; TEAM 1-0; Butterfield, Ben 1-0; Garrity, Mike 1-0; Lyerla, Colt 1-0; Hill, Troy 1-0; Hawkins, Daryle 1-0; Hagen, Ryan 0-1; Ekpre-Oloum, Ifo 0-1.
TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards MSU 17 55-185 104 15-8-0 70-289 0-0 0-0 9-162 0-0 8-41.4 1-0 3-24 39:30 6 of 17 0 of 1 1-2 0-0 ORE 25 43-416 265 21-16-0 64-681 0-0 4-69 2-52 0-0 2-49.0 2-0 9-81 20:30 8 of 12 1 of 2 3-4 2-6

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ended when Foles was sacked twice and Arizona tackle Shane Zink was called for a personal foul on the final play, the last of eight first-half penalties against the home team. The stadium was almost full, and the student section was packed at kickoff, but about half of the students and a good share of the rest of the crowd was gone by halftime.
Oregon Ducks Arizona 14 3 21 6 7 15 14 7 56 31 Record: (3-1, 1-0) Record: (1-3, 0-2)

Game 4 - Sept. 24
#10 OREGON ARIZONA
Tucson, Arizona (56,096) Arizona Stadium 88 degrees, high clouds TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- LaMichael James rushed for a school record 288 yards and broke the Oregon mark for career rushing touchdowns with two scores to lead the No. 10 Ducks to a 56-31 victory over Arizona in their Pac-12 opener on Saturday night. Oregon (3-1), the two-time defending Pac-10 champion, won its 13th consecutive conference game, blowing open a 35-3 lead then holding off a Wildcats rally before pulling away again with its lightning-quick offense. All but the last of the Ducks seven touchdown drives lasted less than three minutes. Darron Thomas passed for two scores and ran for two more Nick Foles completed 33 of 55 passes for 391 yards and three touchdowns for the Wildcats (1-3). Arizona, playing its third consecutive top-10 team, has lost eight of nine dating last year with the lone victory this seasons opener against Northern Arizona. Oregon has the top-ranked offense in the Pac-12. Arizonas defense statistically is the worst. So the results from the opening kickoff were predictable. James, who also had a 51-yard punt return, averaged 12.2 yards per carry in his second consecutive and fifth career 200-yard rushing game. He broke Oregons single-game rushing record of 257 yards by Ontario Smith against Washington State in 2001. With his touchdown runs of 12 and 19 yards, the speedy back has 43 scoring runs, breaking Derek Lovilles school record of 42. The Ducks amassed 516 yards, 415 on the ground. With his team down 35-3, Foles led the Wildcats to three consecutive touchdowns. His 7-yard pass to David Roberts, and 2-point conversion toss to David Douglas, cut Oregons lead to 35-24 with 3:14 to go in the third quarter. But the Ducks simply zipped to another score. James had a 31-yard run and Thomas went the final 5 yards for the touchdown. Foles got Arizona to the Oregon 6 on the subsequent kickoff, but the drive stalled and on fourth down he was sacked. The Ducks reeled off five of their trademark lightning-fast touchdown drives, in six possessions, to open a 35-9 lead at the half. James led the way, rushing for 133 yards in 11 carries in the first two quarters. Oregons first-half TD drives went 2:42 (8 plays, 80 yards), 2:19 (10 plays, 72 yards), 2:06 (8 plays, 80 yards), 2:02 (6 plays, 55 yards) and 1:37 (4 plays, 28 yards). The Ducks amassed 300 yards in the first two quarters, 214 on the ground in 27 attempts. Thomas had touchdown passes 10 yards to tight end David Paulson, his first scoring catch of the season, and 6 yards to Kenjon Barner, who also ran for a pair of scores. Of the Ducks 28 touchdown drives this season, 22 have taken less than three minutes. Another went 3:01. Foles completed 14 of 29 passes for 189 yards in the first half, with several passes dropped. His 34-yard touchdown pass to Richard Morrison cut the lead to 35-9 with 1:04 to play. But Arizonas kicking woes continued when Alex Zendejas conversion attempt was blocked. The Wildcats recovered the subsequent onside kick but the half

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James, LaMichael 12 yd run (Maldonado, A. kick), 8-80 2:42, ORE 7 - ARIZ 0 Barner, Kenjon 8 yd run (Maldonado, Alejandro kick), 10-72 2:19, ORE 14 - ARIZ 0 Zendejas, A. 28 yd field goal, 13-61 5:02, ORE 14 - ARIZ 3 Paulson, D. 10 yd pass from Thomas, D. (Maldonado, A. kick), 8-80 2:06, ORE 21 - ARIZ 3 Barner, K. 6 yd pass from Thomas, D. (Maldonado, A. kick), 6-55 2:02, ORE 28 - ARIZ 3 James, LaMichael 19 yd run (Maldonado, A. kick), 4-28 1:37, ORE 35 - ARIZ 3 Morrison, R. 34 yd pass from Foles, N. (Zendejas, A. kick blkd), 7-81 1:34, ORE 35 - ARIZ 9 Antolin, K. 7 yd run (Zendejas, A. kick), 12-74 4:25, ORE 35 - ARIZ 16 Roberts, D. 7 yd pass from Foles (Douglas pass from Foles), 9-65 3:14, ORE 35 - ARIZ 24 Thomas, Darron 5 yd run (Maldonado, Alejandro kick), 8-75 2:15, ORE 42 - ARIZ 24 Barner, Kenjon 1 yd run (Maldonado, Alejandro kick), 5-78 2:29, ORE 49 - ARIZ 24 Roberts, D. 4 yd pass from Foles (Zendejas, A. kick), 10-75 3:19, ORE 49 - ARIZ 31 Thomas, Darron 2 yd run (Maldonado, Alejandro kick), 7-43 4:43, ORE 56 - ARIZ 31

RUSHING: Oregon Ducks-James, LaMichael 23-288; Barner, Kenjon 13-72; Thomas, Darron 10-52; Thomas, DeAnthony 1-3. Arizona-Antolin, K. 13-55; Carey, K. 12-48; Tutogi, T. 2-11; Jenkins, D. 2-10; Foles, N. 6-minus 42. PASSING: Oregon Ducks-Thomas, Darron 11-20-0-101. Arizona-Foles, N. 34-57-0-398. RECEIVING: Oregon Ducks-Paulson, David 3-22; James, LaMichael 2-15; Barner, Kenjon 2-6; Thomas, DeAnthony 1-19; Huff, Josh 1-18; Tuinei, Lavasier 1-15; Vaughn, Rahsaan 1-6. Arizona-Criner, J. 9-96; Douglas, D. 7-120; Morrison, R. 5-64; Crump, G. 5-45; Roberts, D. 4-60; Antolin, K. 2-13; Buckner, D. 1-4; Miller, T. 1-minus 4. INTERCEPTIONS: Oregon Ducks-None. Arizona-None. FUMBLES: Oregon Ducks-Thomas, DeAnthony 1-0. Arizona-Tutogi, T. 1-0; Criner, J. 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Oregon Ducks-Turner, Terrell 1-1; Jordan, Dion 1-1; Stuckey, Dewitt 1-0; Kaddu, Josh 1-0. Arizona-None. TACKLES (UA-A): Oregon Ducks-Stuckey, Dewitt 8-2; Alonso, Kiko 8-1; Pleasant, Eddie 7-1; Boyett, John 5-2; Patterson, Avery 5-1; Jordan, Dion 3-2; Lokombo, Boseko 3-1; Hill, Troy 3-1; Turner, Terrell 1-3; Harris, Cliff 3-0; Hart, Taylor 2-1; Kaddu, Josh 2-0; Malone, Derrick 2-0; Dargan, Erick 2-0; EkpreOloum, Ifo 1-1; Keliikipi, Wade 1-0; Lyerla, Colt 1-0; Hawkins, Daryle 1-0; Ava, Isaac 1-0; Mitchell, Terrance 1-0; Hardrick, Rodney 1-0; Washington, Tony 1-0; Heimuli, Ricky 0-1; Hanna, Brandon 0-1. Arizona-Vassallo, P. 7-4; Watley, M. 8-2; Wade, T. 5-2; Earls, D. 5-1; Golden, R. 4-1; Richardson, S. 3-0; Parish, C. 2-1; Johnson, C. 2-0; De Rego, L. 2-0; Washington, J. 1-1; Tutogi, T. 1-0; Fuimaono, S. 1-0; Butler, K. 1-0; Hobson, H. 1-0; Tuihalamaka, S. 1-0; Ermisch, Tr. 1-0.
TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards ORE 29 47-415 101 20-11-0 67-516 0-0 4-58 2-45 0-0 3-52.0 1-0 5-42 25:14 4 of 9 2 of 2 8-8 5-46 ARIZ 26 35-82 398 57-34-0 92-480 0-0 1-8 9-197 0-0 5-44.4 2-0 9-91 34:46 6 of 19 5 of 7 4-5 0-0

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down before James was injured on the fourth-quarter drive that was capped by Darron Thomas 3-yard scoring pass to Lavasier Tuinei. Darron Thomas completed 13 of 25 passes for 198 yards and three touchdowns. Maynard finished 20 of 41 for 218 yards and a score. Cal cornerback Marc Anthony was in street clothes after he appeared to injure his arm in the first half. The Bears would not confirm the injury.
California Oregon Ducks 6 14 9 0 0 22 0 7 15 43 Record: (3-2, 0-2) Record: (4-1, 2-0)

Game 5 - Oct. 6
CALIFORNIA #9 OREGON
Eugene, Oregon (58,796) Autzen Stadium 57 degrees, light rain EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- LaMichael James ran for 239 yards and a touchdown before he was carted off the field after injuring his right arm, dampening No. 9 Oregons 43-15 victory over California on Thursday night. The nations leading rusher went down early in the fourth quarter and trainers stabilized his arm in a sleeve as fans chanted his name. The Ducks (4-1, 2-0 Pac-12) were driving for their fourth straight touchdown in the second half against the Golden Bears (3-2, 0-2) when he was injured. True freshman DeAnthony Thomas caught a pair of touchdown passes and ran for another score for the Ducks, who have won four straight since a season-opening loss to LSU. Giorgio Tavecchio made three field goals - including a career-best 54-yarder - for Cal, which led 15-14 at the half but couldnt sustain its momentum against the countrys top scoring offense. James, a Heisman Trophy finalist last season, has run for at least 200 yards in his last three games, something no Ducks player had done before. He went into the game with an average of 153 yards rushing per game, best in the nation. He had 166 by halftime against Cal. The crowd at Autzen Stadium fell silent when James did not get up on the fourth-quarter scoring drive, but he waved to the crowd as he was driven off the field. A short time later, an ambulance with lights flashing pulled up to the stadium. Cal took a 3-0 lead on Tavecchios 27-yard field goal on the first series of the game, but James answered with a 53-yard dash for a score and the Ducks looked to be taking off. It was James third touchdown run of 50 or more yards this season. Tavechhio added another field goal, this time a 38-yarder, to make it 7-6. A rain storm moved in over Autzen and slowed play a bit, but Oregon extended its lead on Thomas 17-yard touchdown run late in the first quarter. Tavecchios career-long 54-yard field goal cut it to 14-9. Although it looked as though James might have been injured early in the second quarter when he was slow to get up from a hit and went to the sideline holding the back of his right thigh, he returned and had a 39-yard run, which put him over 4,000 for his career. Hes the sixth player in conference history to reach that milestone. But on the same drive, the Bears stopped Oregon on a fourth down on their own 41. Maynard led an efficient march that was capped by his 12-yard touchdown pass to Kennan Allen that gave the Bears a 15-14 lead. After the touchdown, fans at Autzen Stadium chanted ``We want Cliff! for All-America cornerback Cliff Harris, who had only played on returns. Harris has been used only selectively by coach Chip Kelly since his return from a suspension for a speeding violation on a suspended license this summer. Tavecchio attempted a 40-yard field goal before the end of the first half, but it was blocked. After the half, Oregon quickly regained the lead with Darron Thomas 23-yard pass to DeAnthony Thomas. The Ducks extended it on Kenjon Barners 68-yard touchdown run and Darron Thomas completed pass to De-Anthony Thomas for the 2-point conversion. Darron Thomas hit DeAnthony Thomas again with a 21-yard touch-

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Tavecchio, Gior 27 yd field goal, 11-66 4:30, CAL 3 - ORE 0 James, LaMichael 53 yd run (Maldonado, Alejandro kick), 2-64 0:30, CAL 3 - ORE 7 Tavecchio, Gior 38 yd field goal, 6-44 1:33, CAL 6 - ORE 7 Thomas, DeAnthony 17 yd run (Maldonado, A. kick), 8-70 2:41, CAL 6 - ORE 14 Tavecchio, Gior 54 yd field goal, 7-28 2:11, CAL 9 - ORE 14 Allen, K. 12 yd pass from Maynard, Z. (pass failed), 6-59 2:19, CAL 15 - ORE 14 Thomas, De. 23 yd pass from Thomas, Da. (Maldonado kick), 13-88 5:01, CAL 15 - ORE 21 Barner, K. 68 yd run (Thomas, De. pass from Thomas, Da.), 3-86 0:51, CAL 15 - ORE 29 Thomas, De. 21 yd pass from Thomas, Da. (Maldonado kick), 7-61 3:10, CAL 15 - ORE 36 Tuinei, L. 3 yd pass from Thomas, Da. (Maldonado kick), 4-59 1:02, CAL 15 - ORE 43

RUSHING: California-Sofele, Isi 12-119; Anderson, C.J. 8-29; Kapp, Will 2-6; Maynard, Zach 5-minus 10. Oregon Ducks-James, LaMichael 30-239; Barner, Kenjon 10-88; Carson, Tra 6-19; Thomas, DeAnthony 2-18; Thomas, Darron 3-1. PASSING: California-Maynard, Zach 20-41-0-218; Bridgford, Alla 8-19-0-103. Oregon Ducks-Thomas, Darron 13-25-1-198. RECEIVING: California-Allen, Keenan 9-170; Jones, Marvin 6-66; Hagan, Spencer 4-30; Miller, Anthony 4-21; Calvin, Michael 3-36; Sofele, Isi 2-minus 2. Oregon Ducks-Thomas, DeAnthony 6-114; Huff, Josh 3-54; Tuinei, Lavasier 2-13; Vaughn, Rahsaan 1-9; Barner, Kenjon 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: California-Campbell, D.J. 1-29. Oregon Ducks-None. FUMBLES: California-TEAM 1-0. Oregon Ducks-Thomas, Darron 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): California-Owusu, Ernest 1-0; Tipoti, Aaron 1-0. Oregon Ducks-Hanna, Brandon 1-0; Remington, Isaac 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): California-Holt, D.J. 9-2; Hill, Josh 6-2; Owusu, Ernest 2-5; Kendricks, Mych 5-1; McCain, Chris 4-2; Tipoti, Aaron 2-4; Cattouse, Sean 2-4; Guyton, Trevor 1-3; Jalil, Mustafa 3-0; Coleman, Deandr 3-0; Anthony, Marc 2-1; Campbell, D.J. 2-1; Williams, Steve 2-0; McClure, Stefan 1-1; Rios, Matt 1-0; Moala, Viliami 1-0; Davis, Ryan 1-0; Camporeale, Dan 1-0; Payne, Kendrick 0-1; Wilkerson, Davi 0-1; Logan, Alex 0-1; Moncrease, C.J. 0-1. Oregon Ducks-Boyett, John 5-2; Patterson, Avery 4-2; Jordan, Dion 3-3; Pleasant, Eddie 4-1; Mitchell, Terrance 1-4; Hanna, Brandon 4-0; Ekpre-Oloum, Ifo 3-1; Stuckey, Dewitt 0-4; Alonso, Kiko 2-1; Keliikipi, Wade 1-2; Turner, Terrell 1-2; Kaddu, Josh 2-0; Washington, Tony 2-0; Lyerla, Colt 2-0; Jackson, Brian 0-2; Harris, Cliff 1-0; Malone, Derrick 1-0; Butterfield, Ben 1-0; Kamalani, Keloni 1-0; Hart, Taylor 1-0; Heimuli, Ricky 1-0; Remington, Isaac 1-0; Thomas, Darron 1-0; Gildon, Anthony 0-1; Maldonado, Alejandro 0-1.
TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards CAL 25 27-144 321 60-28-0 87-465 0-0 1--10 7-99 1-29 6-44.7 1-0 7-60 32:23 5 of 17 0 of 3 3-4 2-24 ORE 26 51-365 198 25-13-1 76-563 0-0 3-15 5-87 0-0 5-44.2 1-0 11-91 27:37 8 of 16 1 of 2 3-3 2-18

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The Ducks extended their lead to 35-24 on Barners 7-yard scoring run. Alejandro Maldonado had a 37-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter. After Garoutte added a 30-yard field goal for the Sun Devils, Maldonado came back with a 24-yarder for the Ducks to make it 41-27. The announced crowd was 60,055, the largest ever at Autzen Stadium.
Arizona State Oregon Ducks 14 7 3 14 7 14 3 6 27 41 Record: (5-2, 3-1) Record: (5-1, 3-0)

Game 6 - Oct. 15
#18 ARIZONA STATE #9 OREGON
Eugene, Oregon (60,055) Autzen Stadium 53 degrees, overcast EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- Darron Thomas threw for 187 yards and two touchdowns before he left with left leg injury and ninth-ranked Oregon survived his absence with a 41-27 victory over No. 18 Arizona State on Saturday night. It was the second straight game that the Ducks have lost a key player to injury. Running back LaMichael James dislocated his elbow in Oregons last outing, a 43-15 win over California. Kenjon Barner, who started in place of James, ran for 171 yards and a touchdown, while freshman DeAnthony Thomas ran for 73 yards and two scores for Oregon (5-1, 3-0 Pac-12). Brock Osweiler threw for 291 yards and two scores for the Sun Devils (5-2, 3-1), who have lost seven straight to the Ducks. It was Oregons 20th straight victory at Autzen Stadium, as well as the Ducks 15th straight victory over a conference foe. There was speculation that James might try to play, but he took the field in sweats. The nations leading rusher hurt his right elbow against Cal on Oct. 6, but this week wouldnt rule himself out against the Sun Devils. Without James, Oregon had a tough time getting its vaunted running game going against the Sun Devils in the first half, but the Ducks would end up with 327 rushing yards - 269 in the second half. On the first series of the game, Barners fumble was recovered to by the Sun Devils, who went on to take the early lead with Osweilers 20yard touchdown pass to Gerell Robinson. Oregon tied it midway through the first quarter when DeAnthony Thomas ran a pitch from Darron Thomas 16 yards for a touchdown. The Sun Devils went up 14-7 on Osweilers 26-yard pass to Mike Willie. It looked like Oregon had evened it again when Barner broke away with a 59-yard scoring run, but the TD was called back because of an illegal blocking call. The Ducks did pull even on Darron Thomas 28-yard touchdown pass to Lavasier Tuinei. The junior quarterback, who had just connected with Josh Huff on a 45-yard pass, was on the run and looked almost as if he were throwing the ball away - but he caught Tuinei streaking across the back of the end zone. Linebacker Shelly Lyons intercepted Thomas on the 41-yard line and ran it back to the Oregon 20, putting the Sun Devils in position to score again - but they settled Alex Garouttes 47-yard field goal to pull back in front 17-14. It was the 11th interception for Arizona State this season, surpassing last seasons total. Oregon answered when Cliff Harris, who was suspended to start the season after he was cited for speeding on a suspended license this summer, intercepted Osweiler and ran back 50 yards. The Ducks went on to score on Darron Thomas 16-yard pass to David Paulson and take a 21-17 lead into halftime. Arizona State retook the lead early in the second half on Cameron Marshalls 4-yard scoring run. But just a few plays later, Sun Devils linebacker Colin Parker fell on Thomas legs, and the Oregon QB did not get up. Darron Thomas grimaced as he was attended to by team trainers, but he got up and jogged off the field. He received further treatment on the sidelines before limping off to the locker room. He was replaced by backup Bryan Bennett, who led the Ducks on a scoring drive that ended with DeAnthony Thomas 3-yard touchdown run.

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Robinson, G. 20 yd pass from Osweiler, B. (Garoutte, A. kick), 4-36 1:57, ASU 7 - ORE 0 Thomas, De. 16 yd run (Maldonado, Alejandro kick), 3-47 0:54, ASU 7 - ORE 7 Willie, M. 25 yd pass from Osweiler, B. (Garoutte, A. kick), 7-77 3:23, ASU 14 - ORE 7 Tuinei, L. 28 yd pass from Thomas, D. (Maldonado, A. kick), 5-86 1:35, ASU 14 - ORE 14 Garoutte,Alex 37 yd field goal, 4-0 0:26, ASU 17 - ORE 14 Paulson, D. 12 yd pass from Thomas, D. (Maldonado kick), 3-50 0:24, ASU 17 - ORE 21 Marshall, C. 4 yd run (Garoutte, Alex kick), 4-67 1:31, ASU 24 - ORE 21 Thomas, De. 3 yd run (Maldonado, Alejandro kick), 6-68 1:50, ASU 24 - ORE 28 Barner, Kenjon 5 yd run (Maldonado, Alejandro kick), 5-88 1:05, ASU 24 - ORE 35 Maldonado, Alejandro 37 yd field goal, 8-38 2:22, ASU 24 - ORE 38 Garoutte, Alex 30 yd field goal, 8-57 1:56, ASU 27 - ORE 38 Maldonado, Alejandro 24 yd field goal, 9-58 3:18, ASU 27 - ORE 41

RUSHING: Arizona State-Marshall, C. 20-97; Miles, Jamal 7-68; Osweiler, Brock 8-minus 5; Simmons, A. 0-9. Oregon Ducks-Barner, Kenjon 31-171; Thomas, DeAnthony 7-73; Bennett, Bryan 5-65; Thomas, Darron 4-16; Carson, Tra 1-3; TEAM 1-minus 1. PASSING: Arizona State-Osweiler,Brock 29-46-2-291. Oregon Ducks-Thomas, Darron 13-17-1-187; Bennett, Bryan 2-5-0-22. RECEIVING: Arizona State-Robinson, Gerell 6-120; Miles, Jamal 6-24; Willie, Mike, 5-79; Bell, George 3-23; Ross, Rashad 3-22; Marshall, C. 3-5; Pflugrad, Aaron 2-9; Ozier, Kevin 1-9. Oregon DucksThomas, DeAnthony 4-24; Paulson, David 3-41; Hoffman, Justin 3-33; Huff, Josh 2-72; Tuinei, Lavasier 2-28; Barner, Kenjon 1-11. INTERCEPTIONS: Arizona St-Lyons, Shelly 1-21. Oregon Ducks-Harris, Cliff 1-50; Gildon, Anthony 1-0. FUMBLES: Arizona State-Osweiler, Brock 1-0. Oregon Ducks-Barner, Kenjon 1-1; Harris, Cliff 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Arizona State-None. Oregon Ducks-Kaddu, Josh 1-0; Lokombo, Boseko 1-0; Stuckey, Dewitt 1-0; TEAM 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Arizona State-Carr, Deveron 7-0; Lyons, Shelly 5-2; Burfict, V. 4-3; Elder, Eddie 5-1; Moos, Bo 5-0; Parker, Colin 4-1; Coleman, Davon 2-3; Jarrett, Jamaar 2-3; Aaron, Oliver 2-1; Tuitea, Toa 2-1; Sutton, Will 2-0; Floyd, Clint 2-0; Conway, Gannon 2-0; Johnson, Keelan 1-1; Bradford, Carl 1-1; Robinson, R.J. 1-0; Morrison, James 1-0; Irabor, Osahon 1-0; Osweiler, Brock 1-0; Johnson, B. 0-1; Darby, Alden 0-1; Adams, Corey 0-1. Oregon Ducks-Boyett, John 6-2; Stuckey, Dewitt 5-2; Clay, Michael 4-3; Gildon, Anthony 2-4; Turner, Terrell 2-3; Kaddu, Josh 2-3; Patterson, Avery 4-0; Lokombo, Boseko 3-1; Pleasant, Eddie 3-1; Hill, Troy 3-1; Hardrick, Rodney 1-3; Jordan, Dion 3-0; Hart, Taylor 1-2; Ekpre-Oloum, Ifo 1-2; Harris, Cliff 0-3; Keliikipi, Wade 2-0; Hanna, Brandon 2-0; Remington, Isaac 1-1; Mitchell, Terrance 1-0; Vaughn, Rahsaan 1-0; TEAM 1-0; Butterfield, Ben 0-1.
TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards ASU 22 35-169 291 46-29-2 81-460 0-0 1-5 8-138 1-21 8-43.0 1-0 8-95 33:45 5 of 16 1 of 1 4-5 0-0 ORE 26 49-327 209 22-15-1 71-536 0-0 3-26 5-106 2-50 5-46.2 2-1 7-75 26:15 3 of 11 0 of 1 6-6 4-18

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The Ducks went right back at it following the break. Bennett hit Lavasier Tuinei for 31 yards to the Buffaloes 1, and two snaps later, Tra Carson took it in for a 42-0 lead. After Maldonado added a 36-yard field goal, the Buffaloes finally got on the scoreboard when Terrel Smith corralled Harris in the end zone for a safety with 1:32 left in the third quarter. This marked the first time the Buffs offense failed to score in a home game since a 31-7 loss to Texas in 2004.
Oregon Ducks Colorado 29 0 6 0 10 2 0 0 45 2 Record: (6-1, 4-0) Record: (1-7, 0-4)

Game 7 - Oct. 22
#9 OREGON COLORADO
Boulder, Colorado (52,123) Folsom Field 66 degrees, partly sunny BOULDER, Colo. (AP) -- Playing without Darron Thomas and LaMichael James, No. 9 Oregon bulldozed injuryriddled Colorado 45-2 Saturday. The Ducks lost none of their quick-strike scoring ability without their injured quarterback and running back. Thomas was out with a knee injury and James missed his second straight game while recovering from a dislocated elbow. With Bryan Bennett under center and Kenjon Barner at tailback, the Ducks (6-1, 4-0 Pac-10) used four drives that averaged just 1:36 each to build a 29-0 lead after one quarter. Barner reeled off touchdown runs of 4 and 84 yards and Bennett found running back DeAnthony Thomas for a 14-yard touchdown and tight end David Paulson from 31 yards out. Colorados only highlight came on a tackle of Oregon punt returner Cliff Harris in the end zone that allowed the Buffaloes to avoid their first shutout at home since losing 28-0 to Oklahoma in 1986. Barner gained 115 yards on 10 carries before giving way to a bevy of other backups and Bennett added 69 yards on the ground to go with 156 yards through the air on 11 of 20 passing. He, too, was a sideline spectator before the third quarter was over. Both Barner and Bennett averaged 11.5 yards a carry, but DeAnthony Thomas did them one better, averaging 12.5 yards on his four rushes. The Folsom Field crowd figured the Ducks were piling on the Buffaloes (1-6, 0-4) right away when punter Jackson Rice took the direct snap after their first touchdown and plowed into the end zone for a 2-point conversion and an 8-0 lead. The Ducks defense got into the act when linebacker Michael Clay intercepted Tyler Hansens pass at the Buffs 32 and raced into the end zone in the second quarter. Alejandro Maldonados extra point was wide right, leaving the Ducks ahead 35-0 at halftime. Hansen, who boasted during the week that he was ``100 percent healthy with all his teammates going down around him, sustained a concussion on a slide that didnt draw a flag late in the first half and was replaced by freshman Nick Hirschman the rest of the afternoon. The Buffaloes started the game without more than a dozen injured players, most notably running back Rodney Stewart and wide receiver Paul Richardson, who accounted for nearly 60 percent of Colorados yards from scrimmage before Saturday. Both are out with knee injuries. They were also missing their biggest playmakers on defense in linebacker Douglas Rippy, their leading tackler who underwent surgery during the week for a torn ACL, and strong safety Ray Polk, who is the poster player of the banged-up Buffaloes with a sprained wrist, a cracked sternum and a concussion. Colorado also lost strong safety Anthony Perkins to an injured ankle just 6 1/2 minutes into the game and kick returner D.D. Goodson to an undisclosed injury in the second half. With so many key players sidelined, the Buffs were hoping something else might slow down the Ducks - altitude. Boulder is nearly 5,000 feet higher than Eugene, Ore., making a no-huddle offense a little more lung searing for the speedy Ducks, who came in with half of their 38 TD drives eating up 1:39 or less. Indeed, Oregons offense failed to score on either of its two secondquarter possessions before a kneel-down on the final play before halftime.

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Barner, Kenjon 4 yd run (Rice, Jackson rush), 6-80 1:36, ORE 8 - CU 0 Thomas, De. 14 yd pass from Bennett (Maldonado kick), 7-58 2:11, ORE 15 - CU 0 Barner, Kenjon 84 yd run (Maldonado, Alejandro kick), 2-87 0:50, ORE 22 - CU 0 Paulson, D. 31 yd pass from Bennett (Maldonado kick), 7-80 1:46, ORE 29 - CU 0 Clay, M. 32 yd interception return (Maldonado kick failed), , ORE 35 - CU 0 Carson, Tra 1 yd run (Maldonado, Alejandro kick), 6-48 1:29, ORE 42 - CU 0 Maldonado, Alejandro 36 yd field goal, 8-44 2:13, ORE 45 - CU 0 Smith, Terrel safety, , ORE 45 - CU 2

RUSHING: Oregon Ducks-Barner, Kenjon 10-115; Carson, Tra 11-80; Bennett, Bryan 6-69; Forde, Ayele 12-54; Thomas, DeAnthony 4-50; Haines, Dustin 2-7; TEAM 3-minus 4. Colorado-Jones, Tony 19-71; Creer, Malcolm 11-37; Hansen, Tyler 4-6; Harrington,Evan 1-4; Hirschman, Nick 4-minus 20. PASSING: Oregon Ducks-Bennett, Bryan 11-20-0-156; Haines, Dustin 0-1-0-0. Colorado-Hirschman, Nick 8-18-0-71; Hansen, Tyler 7-15-1-62. RECEIVING: Oregon Ducks-Paulson, David 2-48; Thomas, DeAnthony 2-18; Huff, Josh 2-5; Barner, Kenjon 1-31; Tuinei, Lavasier 1-31; Murphy, Will 1-8; Musgrove, Nick 1-8; Hoffman, Justin 1-7. Colorado-Canty, Keenan 3-28; Jones, Tony 3-8; Gray, Logan 2-50; Clemons, Toney 2-31; Creer, Malcolm 2-0; Deehan, Ryan 1-9; Thornton,DaVaug 1-5; Wood, Alex 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: Oregon Ducks-Clay, Michael 1-32. Colorado-None. FUMBLES: Oregon Ducks-Bennett, Bryan 1-0. Colorado-Goodson, D.D. 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Oregon Ducks-Kaddu, Josh 2-0; Stuckey, Dewitt 1-0; Alonso, Kiko 1-0; Hagen, Ryan 1-0. Colorado-Moten, Josh 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Oregon Ducks-Kaddu, Josh 10-0; Stuckey, Dewitt 5-3; Boyett, John 6-1; Patterson, Avery 6-0; Ekpre-Oloum, Ifo 5-0; Dargan, Erick 4-0; Heimuli, Ricky 3-1; Alonso, Kiko 3-0; Scales, James 1-2; Lowe, Keanon 2-0; Hill, Troy 2-0; Kamalani, Keloni 2-0; Turner, Terrell 1-1; Remington, Isaac 1-1; Malone, Derrick 1-1; Clay, Michael 1-1; Wallace, Anthony 1-1; Hart, Taylor 0-2; Butterfield, Ben 1-0; Harris, Cliff 1-0; Hawkins, Daryle 1-0; Lokombo, Boseko 1-0; Mathis, Dior 1-0; Hagen, Ryan 1-0; Thompson, Blake 0-1. Colorado-Mahnke, Patrick 7-0; Ahles, Tyler 5-0; Washington,Kyle 4-1; Goodson, D.D. 4-0; Webb, Derrick 4-0; Daigh, Brady 3-1; Moten, Josh 3-1; Smith, Terrel 3-0; Parker, Juda 3-0; Pericak, Will 3-0; Henderson, Greg 3-0; Tuumalo, K.T. 2-1; Perkins,Anthony 2-0; Kasa, Nick 1-1; Goldberg, David 1-0; Pugh, Makiri 1-0; Obi, Conrad 1-0; Uzo-Diribe, Chi 1-0; Iverson, Ryan 1-0; Hawkins, Jonath 1-0; Cunningham, Curt 0-1.
TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards ORE 25 48-371 156 21-11-0 69-527 0-0 5-34 0-0 1-32 4-54.0 1-0 4-50 23:03 5 of 11 0 of 1 4-5 5-33 CU 14 39-98 133 33-15-1 72-231 0-0 1-12 8-152 0-0 12-43.2 1-0 10-86 36:57 5 of 19 0 of 1 0-0 1-2

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to Jared Karstetter, but DeAnthony Thomas answered with a 93-yard kickoff return for a score. Kenjon Barner ran for a 28-yard touchdown to open the fourth quarter for the Ducks. Washington States Rickey Galvin had an 8-yard scoring run and the two-point conversion was successful for the final margin.
Washington State Oregon Ducks 0 8 10 7 10 21 8 7 28 43 Record: (3-5, 1-4) Record: (7-1, 5-0)

Game 8 - Oct. 29
WASHINGTON STATE #7 OREGON
Eugene, Oregon (59,126) Autzen Stadium 58 degrees, mostly cloudy EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- Oregon stars LaMichael James and Darron Thomas returned from injury but true freshman DeAnthony Thomas sparked the No. 7 Ducks with two second-half touchdowns in a 43-28 victory over Washington State on Saturday. Darron Thomas, who missed a game because of a knee injury, returned to start against the Cougars but threw two interceptions in the first half and was replaced by backup Bryan Bennett in the second. Washington State (3-5, 1-4 Pac-12) lost its fourth straight. The Cougars hung tough with Oregon for much of the game and trailed by only 15-10 at the half. Lavasier Tuinei caught two touchdown passes for Oregon (7-1, 5-0), which has won 21 straight games at Autzen Stadium. The Ducks have also won 17 straight conference games. DeAnthony Thomas, a running back from Los Angeles, has 11 touchdowns this season, an Oregon record for a true freshman. His second score of the game was a 93-yard kickoff return. James, a Heisman finalist last season, missed two games after dislocating his right elbow in a victory over California on Oct. 6. Wearing a brace, James ran for 53 yards against the Cougars. Darron Thomas missed Oregons 45-2 victory over Colorado last week because of an apparent knee injury he sustained the week before against Arizona State. Thomas, wearing a brace on his left knee, did not look limited mobility-wise and it was unclear if he left the game because of the injury. He finished with 8-of-13 passing for 153 yards and a score. Bennett completed four of seven passes for 88 yards and two touchdowns. Marshall Lobbestael, who played in place of injured Cougars quarterback Jeff Tuel, completed 28 of 48 passes for 337 yards and a touchdown. He was intercepted twice. Oregons special teams set the tone when they blocked Washington States punt after the games opening series and Boseko Lokombo returned it 26 yards for the touchdown. Holder Jackson Rices pass to kicker Alejandro Maldonado was good for two extra points to put the Ducks ahead 8-0. Andrew Furney kicked a 40-yard field goal to narrow the margin for the Cougars. Oregon made it 15-3 when Darron Thomas, scrambling away from several defenders, got off a pass moments before he was hit. Tuinei awkwardly pulled it down and stumbled into the end zone for a 55-yard touchdown. Furney missed a 25-yarder for the Cougars with just under three minutes left in the first half. But Washington State would quickly recover, with cornerback Damante Hortons 76-yard interception return for a touchdown to narrow it to 15-10 with 1:50 left. Maldonados 47-yard field goal attempt for the Ducks went wide right as time ran out in the half. Bennett set the tone for Oregon in the second half with a pitch to DeAnthony Thomas who ran the rest of the way for a 45-yard score. After Furneys 35-yard field goal for the Cougars, Bennett found Tuinei in the end zone for a 19-yard touchdown to give the Ducks a 29-13 advantage. The Cougars closed the gap again with Lobbestaels 24-yard TD pass

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ORE Lokombo 25 yd blocked punt return (Maldonado pass from Rice), WSU 0 - ORE 8 WSU Furney, Andrew 40 yd field goal, 13-58 5:00, WSU 3 - ORE 8 ORE Tuinei 55 yd pass from Thomas, Da. (Maldonado kick), 3-58 1:04, WSU 3 - ORE 15 WSU Horton, D. 76 yd interception return (Furney, Andrew kick), WSU 10 - ORE 15 ORE Thomas, De. 45 yd pass from Bennett (Maldonado kick), 3-58 0:44, WSU 10 - ORE 22 WSU Furney, Andrew 35 yd field goal, 6-48 2:17, WSU 13 - ORE 22 ORE Tuinei 19 yd pass from Bennett (Maldonado kick), 14-77 4:36, WSU 13 - ORE 29 WSU Karstetter 24 yd pass from Lobbestael (Furney kick), 7-70 3:31, WSU 20 - ORE 29 ORE Thomas, De. 93 yd kickoff return (Maldonado, Alejandro kick), WSU 20 - ORE 36 ORE Barner, Kenjon 28 yd run (Maldonado kick), 7-94 2:45, WSU 20 - ORE 43 WSU Galvin 9 yd run (Karstetter pass from Lobbestael), 13-85 5:13, WSU 28 - ORE 43

RUSHING: Washington State-Winston, Carl 14-69; Galvin, Rickey 11-50; Mitz, Logwone 10-23; Lobbestael, M. 4-minus 17. Oregon Ducks-Barner, Kenjon 11-107; James, LaMichael 13-53; Thomas, DeAnthony 4-26; Bennett, Bryan 4-25; Carson, Tra 2-12; TEAM 1-minus 2; Thomas, Darron 1-minus 8. PASSING: Washington State-Lobbestael, M. 28-48-2-337. Oregon Ducks-Thomas, Darron 8-13-2-153; Bennett, Bryan 4-7-0-88. RECEIVING: Washington State-Wilson, Marq. 11-126; Karstetter, Jar 7-114; Galvin, Rickey 4-36; Barton, Isiah 3-18; Lintz, Andrei 2-29; Winston, Carl 1-14. Oregon Ducks-Tuinei, Lavasier 4-86; Hoffman, Justin 3-66; Thomas, DeAnthony 2-54; Paulson, David 2-31; Barner, Kenjon 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: Washington State-Horton, Damante 1-76; Bucannon, Deone 1-1. Oregon DucksMitchell, Terrance 1-36; Pleasant, Eddie 1-25. FUMBLES: Washington State-Wilson, Marq. 1-0. Oregon Ducks-None. SACKS (UA-A): Washington State-Kaufusi, Sekope 1-0. Oregon Ducks-Jordan, Dion 1-0; Pleasant, Eddie 1-0; Turner, Terrell 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Washington State-Hoffman-Ellis,A 5-2; Toomer, Tyree 5-1; Mizell, C.J. 5-0; Bucannon, Deone 4-1; Locker, Casey 4-0; Carpenter, Ant. 3-1; Long, Travis 2-2; Horton, Damante 1-2; Bontemps, Benn. 2-0; Clayton, Justin 1-1; Kaufusi, Sekope 1-1; Coen, Cyrus 1-0; Williams, Len. 1-0; Sua, Chester 1-0; Lintz, Andrei 1-0; Simmons, Dan. 1-0; McCartney, Kyle 1-0; Bock, Matthew 0-1; Myers, Isiah 0-1; Washington, N. 0-1. Oregon Ducks-Clay, Michael 7-5; Jordan, Dion 6-1; Ekpre-Oloum, Ifo 6-0; Hill, Troy 5-1; Pleasant, Eddie 3-3; Remington, Isaac 3-2; Turner, Terrell 2-3; Hart, Taylor 4-0; Boyett, John 3-1; Mitchell, Terrance 2-2; Lokombo, Boseko 2-1; Patterson, Avery 1-2; Stuckey, Dewitt 1-2; Heimuli, Ricky 1-1; Lowe, Keanon 1-1; Keliikipi, Wade 1-1; Hanna, Brandon 0-2; Kamalani, Keloni 0-2; Lyerla, Colt 1-0; Tuinei, Lavasier 1-0; Thomas, DeAnthony 1-0; Hawkins, Daryle 1-0; Kaddu, Josh 0-1; Alonso, Kiko 0-1.
TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards WSU 30 39-125 337 48-28-2 87-462 0-0 1-5 7-176 2-77 3-38.0 1-0 10-95 40:26 8 of 18 1 of 1 2-4 1-8 ORE 20 36-213 241 20-12-2 56-454 0-0 1-36 5-182 2-61 2-48.5 0-0 10-62 19:34 5 of 9 0 of 2 1-2 3-18