Rounding up our stories from Saturday's game ...
After De'Anthony Thomas was hurt on the opening kickoff, Byron Marshall and Thomas Tyner filled the void, overcoming early fumbles to provide ample production in the running game.
Cal's prolific passing offense was nowhere to be seen thanks to the inclement weather and some big plays by Oregon's defense.
Speaking of big plays, Bralon Addison became just the second Ducks ever with two punt return touchdowns in the same game, the second coming on a busted play.
The weather affected both teams in the first quarter, but Oregon kept its head and built a commanding lead despite its miscues, while Cal couldn't get out of its own way.
While the play calling was balanced early on, most of the Ducks' production came in the run, in no small part owing to another dominating performance from receivers called upon to block.
The Ducks had their full complement of tight ends on hand, for the first time this season. For now they're just happy to be healthy, but the future possibilities for how they might be used are very intriguing.