Oregon vs. Washington: Live Blog, Updates, Analysis, Reactions and More
Welcome to today's live blog coverage of the Oregon Ducks versus Washington Huskies.
Oregon comes into this rivalry game undefeated at home, in the conference, and on the season as the No. 1 ranked team in the country. The fourth different number team this season, Oregon will look to end it early today and buck the trends of top ranked teams losing this season.
Washington's small hope of an upset took a turn for the worse this week when they ruled out their best player and star quarterback, Jake Locker.
Find out if Oregon can impress voters and the computers with another blowout victory this season, as I will update every big play, touchdown, and major statistic throughout the day.
Stay with me Washington fans, this could be a lonnnnnnnnng day.
Oregon vs. "The Hurt Locker" coming up next!
Oregon kneels to show triple zero on the clock. An impressive three quarters of play from the No. 1 team in the country.
Oregon survives the curse of the No. 1 ranking at least for this week and sends the dogs out of Autzen with a loss yet another time.
Oregon moves to 9-0 and one step closer to a National Championship bid.
Final Score: Oregon 53 Washington 16
Nothing doing for the Huskie offense. A punt and Oregon will look to just run out the clock.
Washington has a good kickoff return and gains an extra 15 yards after a personal foul on Oregon. Chip Kelly will not be happy about that.
Great sign...Kenjon Barner in the game and breaks a 34 yard run for a TOUCHDOWN. Ducks cruising late in the 4th quarter up 53-16.
Remene Alston in the game now. LaMichael James seems to be done for the day.
Adding to his Heisman resume with 131 yards and three touchdowns on the ground.
Oregon is wearing down the Huskie defense. Pounding every part of the field and driving easily.
ABC has now changed the feed to the NEB vs. Iowa State game because Oregon is killing.
I will do my best job to update without the live feed.
TOUCHDOWN Ducks. James walks in from a yard out for his second TD of the Day. Oregon piling it on, now up 46-16
Cliff Harris carrying the Ducks' special teams today. Great punt return and Ducks in business inside the 20 again.
same drive...different down...3rd and 23
Another personal foul penalty on Washington. Referees need to do a better job of controlling this game.
Wow. Holding on the Ducks defense. Automatic first down for Washington.
Washington moving backwards. Sack...TFL...Delay of Game...false start...3rd and 26
Big sack by Kenny Rowe on the first play of the 4th quarter. Surprised the Price was able to hold onto that ball.
The relentless Ducks running attack strikes again. LaMichael breaks off a couple big runs and Thomas finishes it off with another TD run.
Oregon up 39-16
This is the time Oregon tends to wear down their opponents. Look for a forced turnover or a big play coming up.
Washington can't hold the Oregon rush offense forever. LaMichael James bounces outside for a 16-yard TOUCHDOWN.
Extra point added and ducks lead 32-16
Huff another HUGE return...and yet another HUGE penalty on the Ducks brings a 70-yard kickoff back inside their own 30-yard line
washington tacks on a field goal and is hanging in there. Now only down 25-16
Washington getting it done on the ground. Polk busts off a 31-yard gain.
Washington's defense stiffens and holds Oregon to a field goal attempt.
After a bad snap Oregon turns the ball over on downs.
Oregon backup QB Nate Costa hurt his knee on the play. Don't want to speculate but Thomas has had 3 torn acl's in the last 4 years.
Things getting chippy in Eugene. 14th penalty of the game, total for the teams, as the Huskie defense goes helmet to helmet on Thomas.
Ducks in the redzone again.
Washington try's a slip screen and is very lucky it is called incomplete and not a fumble.
Ducks sack Price who is flagged for intentional grounding. Ducks to get the ball back with great field position.
TOUCHDOWN Oregon as Thomas throws a 6yd strike to Maehl.
Ducks add the extra point and lead by twelve again 25-13
MOMENTUM shifts again as Josh Huff returns the kickoff over 80 yards and it's first and goal for the Ducks
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