Fiesta Bowl: Oregon vs. Kansas State Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
In what is likely Chip Kelly's last game as the Ducks head coach, Oregon scores on the opening kickoff and never looks back to beat Kansas State 35-17 in the Fiesta Bowl.
Chip almost ran off the field before the trophy presentation. School officials had to chase after him and get him back.— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) January 4, 2013
Chip Kelly on NFL: If for some reason (NFL) teams want to talk to me, it's because of those (Oregon) players.— Bleacher Report (@BR_CFB) January 4, 2013
The Ducks come away with a 35-17 win over Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl. Chip Kelly gets his 3rd straight 12-win season.
"Chip Kelly, you just won the Fiesta Bowl. Where are you going to go next?!" ... "Cleveland!"— Chris Burke (@ChrisBurke_SI) January 4, 2013
Collin Klein is picked off by Erick Dargan and that should do it.
Like a blackjack dealer stringing out 21, Oregon has arrived at 35 in the hardest way imaginable.— edsbs (@edsbs) January 4, 2013
Maldonado's 24-yard FG attempt is good and the Ducks go up 18. This most recent drive took 5:11 off the clock.
Chip Kelly will now spend the final 2:27 deciding which office at University of Phoenix Stadium will be his starting tomorrow.— Bleacher Report (@BR_CFB) January 4, 2013
Kansas State calls timeout with Oregon facing a 4th & 4 from the 6-yard line with 2:30 left.
Oregon drives for a first down inside the K-St. 25, under 5 minutes left. Barring the Ducks channeling the spirit of Duke, this is over.— Eye on College FBall (@EyeOnCFB) January 4, 2013
Kenjon Barner approaching the Oregon school record for all purpose yards.
To clarify on the 1-point safety: it's happened 4 times in college football (one junior college game, one NAIA game), but only twice in FBS.— Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (@FiestaBowl) January 4, 2013
Kenjon Barner jukes a few Wildcats up the middle for the first down.
Wow, Bralon Addison made the impossible fair catch. Hit a player and caught the ball on his back. You know when things are goin right...— AutzenZoo (@Autzen_Zoo) January 4, 2013
Kansas State could only get to their own 28-yard line before having to punt the ball back to Oregon. The Ducks will start at their own 37-yard line.
How fast can K-State drive 92 yards for a TD vs. the Oregon defense?— ESPN_Pac12blog (@ESPN_Pac12blog) January 4, 2013
Oregon goes 3-and-out but pins Kansas State back at their own 8-yard line with a 55-yard punt and a penalty.
Chip Kelly should at least consider melting some clock given the speed of Kansas State' offense. Could end this.— Will Brinson (@willbrinson) January 4, 2013
Quarterback comparison for Mariota and Klein.
Kansas State's John Hubert runs in for a 10-yard touchdown to make it a two possession game.
The Wildcat drive stays alive after getting the first down on 3rd-and-1.
KSU had the ball for over 20 minutes in the first half. In the 3rd quarter, just over 5 minutes.— AutzenZoo (@Autzen_Zoo) January 4, 2013
Oregon scores 10 points in the quarter to retain a 22-point lead going into the fourth, but Collin Klein and the Wildcats are driving.
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