Sunday, September 05, 2010

#11 Oregon 72, New Mexico Lobos 0

Yeah! One of the most anticipated events of the year is back and full with expectations. It's the College football season, yet again! And Oregon Ducks returned as the defending Pac-10 Conference champion, hoping to repeat their trip to Rose Bowl or even to Glendale for the BCS National Championship. And if Ducks win this season, probably they'll become the last champion of the Pac-10 before the conference becomes Pac-12 in 2011/12 season.

Running back Kenjon Barner #24 of the Oregon Ducks turns the corner on safety Bubba Forrest #28 of the New Mexico Lobos and scores a touchdown in the first quarter of the game at Autzen Stadium on September 4, 2010 in Eugene, Oregon. (Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images)

First match done, even without the sacked Jeremiah Masoli and suspended LaMichael James, Ducks whipped the Lobos 72-0, tying the most points scored in modern history of Ducks' football (the other match was against Nevada on Sept 18, 1999). Other records have fallen as well, en route to the win, i.e. total offense yardage of 720 is a new school record (previous record: 694 at Oregon State in 2008).

Next: Oregon Ducks at Tennessee Volunteers, in Knoxville, 11th September 2010.

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