The Oregon Ducks took to Autzen Stadium for the second straight week when they faced off against the Fresno State Bulldogs.
And, just like the week before, the Ducks cruised to a 42-25 victory, once again flexing their offensive and defensive muscles in the first half.
Oregon used impressive statistics from Kenjon Barner and De'Anthony Thomas to quell the Bulldogs' upset hopes and solidify their position as one of the more dangerous offensive teams in the nation. Yet, despite all of their offensive prowess, the Oregon Ducks' starting defense has also looked very impressive in their first two games.
On the Fresno State side of the ball, the Bulldogs had difficulty adjusting to the rowdy road atmosphere of Autzen Stadium but made a few adjustments at halftime and played a bit more impressively in the third quarter against a relaxed Oregon defense.
At the end of it all the Ducks prevailed over the Bulldogs and cruised to a 2-0 record, which helped them keep their No. 4 ranking in the AP Poll.
Here are your winners and losers from the Oregon-Fresno State matchup.