Washington State vs. Oregon: Live Score and Highlights
Washington State: 38
Another team in the way for Oregon, another effortless victory. Washington State gave it all it could for 60 minutes, but came up way short like so many who have already tried. Marcus Mariota threw for more than 300 yards, the defense forced key turnovers and the Ducks now improve to 7-0 on the season.
Oregon scored at least 14 points in every quarter and stepped it up defensively, holding Washington State to only 14 points in the second half. The Ducks racked up more than 700 yards of offense and cruised to a rather easy win.
Washington State drops to 4-4 and will play Arizona State in two weeks, while Oregon must prepare for a tough battle next week against UCLA.
Things we learned from Oregon's Pac-12 win.
Aliotti calls it "bull@#$%" that Leach threw the ball on last drive with Halliday. Called it "low class".— Steve Mims (@SteveMims_RG) October 20, 2013
Defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti really isn't happy:
Aliotti said he's "stunned" WSU kept Halliday in til the end. "They want stats, they got stats, but we got the most important stat."— Steve Mims (@SteveMims_RG) October 20, 2013
The Ducks are who we thought they were!
What else did you expect?
More than 700 yards of offense, a defense that makes game changing plays and a team that finds a way to win each game by a comfortable margin. It was simply another week at the office for Oregon and you shouldn't be surprised.
However, you should be impressed with Washington State. Although it was tough to keep up, the Cougars fought hard the entire game and actually played the Ducks better than anybody else this season. There's still a long way to go for this program, but Mike Leach clearly has it heading in the right direction.
Overall, the Ducks continue to shine and Washington State is slowly making progress.
Oregon and Baylor have had over 700 yards of offense seven times this season. Both did it today.— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) October 20, 2013
Can these two teams play each other this season? Please?
Washington State: 38
The Cougars score another late touchdown so they can feel good about themselves. It was a three-yard reception by Bobby Ratliff. And with only 11 seconds remaining, we can all call it a night.
Connor Halliday just broke Drew Brees' record with his 84th and 85th attempt against Oregon. This is just absurd.— Thomas Melton (@TMeltonScouting) October 20, 2013
Washington State gets the ball back and Connor Halliday should have a chance to break the NCAA record for most pass attempts in a game.
83 attempts for Connor Halliday now, and I believe that ties an NCAA record.— Andrew Greif (@AndrewGreif) October 20, 2013
He did it!
Washington State: 31
Thanks to an eight-yard pass to Gabe Marks, Washington State scores its first points of the second half. Doesn't mean much for the outcome of the game, but it means everything to a certain group of people who invested in this contest.
FSU has a good chance to jump Oregon in the polls tomorrow. Could be 1) Bama 2) FSU 3) Oregon.— Chris Dougherty (@CDonFootball) October 20, 2013
What do you think?
Are we really arguing whether Johnny Manziel should win a second Heisman?
He lost the award today against Auburn!
Halliday's 46th completion is Pac-12 record— Steve Mims (@SteveMims_RG) October 20, 2013
He's breaking records left and right!
The Ducks have now produced more than 700 yards of offense. Try and do that in a video game, I dare you.
We have seen the last of Marcus Mariota, as Jeff Lockie steps in for the final 10 minutes. Unfortunately for Washington State, that doesn't mean the scoring is going to stop.
Connor Halliday is now at 71 pass attempts, a Pac-12 record.— Rob Moseley (@DuckFootball) October 20, 2013
Too bad it hasn't resulted in much.
Washington State punts. The only thing left for Oregon to do is secure the cover.
Oregon is a cheat code.— Bleacher Report CFB (@BR_CFB) October 20, 2013
And there may be no way to counter it.
Washington State: 24
Connor Halliday throws his fourth interception and Terrance Mitchell returns it 51 yards for the touchdown.
Time to wave the white flag and save everybody at least an hour or so...
There's still 13 minutes left in this game!
This Oregon team is just pure carnage.— Adam Kramer (@KegsnEggs) October 20, 2013
Washington State: 24
Marcus Mariota has topped 300 passing yards for the third straight game and adds to the lead by finding Josh Huff for a 17-yard score.
3Q over at Autzen, Oregon up 48-24 on Wazzu. Can the Ducks find the 17 points they need for the cover?— Eye on College FBall (@EyeOnCFB) October 20, 2013
Yeah. Only diehard Duck fans and people in Vegas are still watching this game.
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