UCLA vs. Oregon: 10 Things We Learned in the Ducks Win over the Bruins

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UCLA vs. Oregon: 10 Things We Learned in the Ducks Win over the Bruins

After being tied 14-14 at halftime, the Oregon Ducks turned on the jets and ran away from the UCLA Bruins in the second half, winning by a score of 42-14. 

Byron Marshall rushed for 133 yards and three touchdowns on the night. His effectiveness directly correlated with Oregon taking control of the contest from the third quarter on. 

The Bruins put up a valiant effort, but were unable to sustain any sort of offense in the second half. As a result, the defense got tired. The Bruins gifted Oregon's offense extra possessions, and the game as a result got out of hand. 

Here's 10 things we've learned from the Ducks win against the Bruins.

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