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Postgame Notebook: No. 1 Oregon vs. No. 14 Stanford
Release Date: 11/17/2012
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Oregon Postgame Notebook - Game 11 vs. Stanford

• SR LB Michael Clay had a career-high 20 tackles, including nine in the 1st quarter and 14 at the half.
• Oregon's 14 total points and seven first-half points were both season lows. The Ducks were held under 40 points for the first time in 14 games and under 30 for the first time in 24 games. The last time UO scored less than 30 was Sept. 3, 2011, vs. LSU in the Cowboys Classic (40-27).
• The Ducks saw their nation-leading 13-game winning streak come to an end. The Ducks suffered a loss at home for the second straight season after not dropping a home contest in 2009 or 2010.
• SO RB De'Anthony Thomas scored the 31st touchdown of his career and moved into a tie for tenth with Jeremiah Johnson (2005-08) on UO's career scoring list with 188 points.
• Oregon lost for the first time when leading after the 3rd quarter under Chip Kelly (42-1) and first time in OT (1-1).
• SO CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu tied his career high with two forced fumbles and now has six on the season.
• The Ducks forced three Stanford turnovers but failed to score any points as a result.
• Oregon's 198 rusting yards were the most allowed by the Cardinal this season. Stanford has held seven of 11 opponents under 100 yards in 2012.
• It was the first overtime game at Autzen Stadium since the 2007 Civl War, which was won by Oregon State, 38-31.
• The crowd of 58,792 (seating capacity 54,000) marked the 89th consecutive sellout for an Oregon football game at Autzen Stadium, dating to 1999. The last non-sellout was Sept. 18, 1999 vs. Nevada.

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