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Postgame Notebook: No. 2 Oregon vs. Washington State
Release Date: 09/29/2012
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Oregon Postgame Notebook - Game 5 vs. Washington State (at Seattle)

  • With four touchdowns on the night (3 rush, 1 rec) JR RB Kenjon Barner moved up to No. 6 on Oregon's all-time scoring list with 222 points while passing Ahmad Rashad (Bobby Moore, 1969-71) for third on the career TD list with 37.
  • Barner's 195 rushing yards were his second-highest total this season and included an 80-yard scoring run, which was Oregon's longest play from scrimmage in 2012.
  • With 232 all-purpose yards, Barner now has 4,541 in his career, moving past Ricky Whittle (1992-95) and into fifth on Oregon's all-time list.
  • Oregon's seven sacks were a season high.
  • The Ducks' 18-play touchdown drive to open the third quarter was their longest since a 19-play TD drive in the 2011 season opener vs. LSU.
  • JR DT Wade Keliikipi and JR DE Taylor Hart each had a career-high 2.0 sacks.
  • SR LB Michael Clay had a game-high eight tackles despite not playing after halftime.
  • The interception return for a touchdown by SO S Avery Patterson (33 yds) was the Ducks' third of the season and in the last two games. It was also Patterson's first career "Pick 6". 
  • UO has scored 43 or more points in six consecutive games against the Cougars.
  • The Oregon defense allowed a season-best minus-8 yards rushing.
  • Chip Kelly improved to 27-2 in conference play.
  • SO RB De'Anthony Thomas made six receptions (28 yards), which were the most by an Oregon player this season.


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