The Oregon Ducks continued their record-busting ways on Saturday, rushing for a school-record 529 yards, with nine Ducks getting on the stat sheet -- even fifth-string quarterback Dustin Hanes.
Darron Thomas completed nine of 18 passes for 140 yards and a career-best four scores in the victory, Oregon’s 11th straight at Autzen Stadium. Sophomore running back LaMichael James ran for a personal-best 227 yards, all in the first half. It was James’ first game with more than 200 yards.
With a 72-0 rout of New Mexico in the opener, and a 48-13 victory over Tennessee last weekend, Oregon has outscored its opponents 189-13 in nonconference play. It is the first time the Ducks have had two shutouts in a season since 1964.
As for team stats: the Ducks now ranked No. 1 in NCAA in total offense, scoring offense, total defense and scoring defense. Also 1st nationally in pass efficiency defense, 2nd in rushing and sacks allowed, 3rd in pass defense, and 4th in punt returns.
Oregon is still averaging over a point per minute and perhaps more impressively, hasnt't allowed a single point in the last 104 minutes.
The highlight is taken fromOregon Duck Soup
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