Tennessee vs. Oregon: Live Score and Highlights
Oregon 59, Tennessee 14—Final
After a sloppy, sluggish start, the Oregon Ducks showed why they have one of the most explosive attacks in the country.
The Ducks dominated the game after trailing 7-0, scoring 59 unanswered points in just more than two quarters of play.
They were led by quarterback Marcus Mariota and running back De'Anthony Thomas.
The Vols had no answer all day long, as the Ducks were just the better team in every facet of the game.
Here is a recap and 10 things we learned in the Ducks victory.
Here is a box score, courtesy of NCAA.com.
Final Score: Oregon 59, Tennessee 14
It is all over in Eugene, as the Ducks dominated this game against the Vols.
Looks like Tennessee forgot to register for an SEC defense at the start of the season.— SportsPickle (@sportspickle) September 14, 2013
It's always good to hear from the SportsPickle on Twitter.
Tennessee with ball back. The Vols appear content to run out the clock.
Marcus Mariota had 456 pass yards through 3 quarters today, the most through 3 quarters by anyone vs an SEC team over the last 10 seasons.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) September 14, 2013
This could very well be the tweet of the day right here.
With the game virtually over, conversation has shifted to Johnny Manziel having originally committing to Oregon.
Oregon 59, Tennessee 14—Mid 4th Quarter
Alden Hill runs in a touchdown from eight yards out to complete a nice drive by the Vols.
Tennessee finally goes for it on a fourth down and completes the pass for a first down.
Oregon has finally punted, for the first time since the opening drive of the game.
Oregon football put up as many points as Oregon basketball lmao— 2800 (@28_Boi) September 14, 2013
Oregon can put up as many points as a lot of college basketball teams.
Jake Rodrigues is now in at quarterback for the Ducks.
He is in a heated battle with Jeff Locke for the No. 2 spot.
Both are getting chances to prove themselves today.
Oregon 59, Tennessee 7—End of 3rd Quarter
Dear god please let Bama play Oregon for the title. Sincerely, Every College football fan— Kyle Gaskins (@Kyle_TooTall) September 14, 2013
This certainly seems like a dream game at the moment.
The only difference between the second-team and first-team offenses for Oregon was how long it took to score.
That drive consisted of nine plays. In the end, it was the same result for the Ducks.
Oregon 59, Tennessee 7—Late 3rd Quarter
Thomas Tyner runs it in from two yards out to complete a nine-play, 63-yard drive.
Oregon takes over with just over four minutes left in the third quarter.
The backups are on the field. Jeff Locke takes over at quarterback, with Thomas Tyner the new running back.
Oregon 52, Tennessee 7—Late 3rd Quarter
Byron Marshall takes it around the corner for an 11-yard touchdown run.
With the game well in hand, the talk on Twitter is Oregon's uniforms and which SEC team the Ducks will play in the national championship.
Tennessee is finally moving the ball down the field.
The Vols are mixing the run and the pass, along with some play action to keep the defense off balance.
With the way Johnny Manziel is playing right now, is Marcus Mariota making a name for himself in the Heisman conversation?
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