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Postgame Notebook - No. 2 Oregon vs. Washington State
Release Date: 10/20/2013
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Postgame Notebook • No. 2 Oregon vs. Washington State, Oct. 19, 2013

•SO QB Marcus Mariota has now tossed at least one TD pass in all 20 games of his career. The sophomore also extended his streak of passing AND rushing for scores to nine straight games.

•The Oregon quarterback has accounted for 28 touchdowns this season (19 passing, 9 rushing).

•WSU's Connor Halliday set the Autzen Stadium marks for passes attempted (89) and completed (58), total plays (94) and passing yards in a game (557). Halliday tied the FBS record for completions and NCAA Division I record for attempts.

•SO RB Byron Marshall recorded his fifth 100-yard rushing game of the season (sixth career) with a career-high 192 yards on a team-high 21carries. Marshall also set career-bests with three touchdowns and 246 all.

•Mariota has now gone 265 attempts without an interception, extending his UO and Pac-12 record. His last pick came in the first half vs. Stanford in 2012.

•JR CB Terrance Mitchell had his first career "Pick-6" on a 51-yards interception return. It was Mitchell's team-best fourth INT of the season.

•JR DE Tony Washington had a career-high 2.0 sacks.

•With a crowd of 56,949, the Autzen Stadium sellout streak was extended to 93 games.

•FR RB Thomas Tyner had a career-best 99 yards rushing (7 att) and tied his best with a pair of touchdowns, including a career-long 66-yard score. The freshman, in search of his first 100-yard rushing effort, sat at 101 until a 2-yard loss on his final carry.

•The Ducks eclipsed 50 points for the sixth time in seven games and surpassed 60 points for the second time this season. UO matched its season-high with nine touchdowns.

•True freshman Cameron Hunt made his first career start, filling in for regular right tackle JR Jake Fisher.

•Washington State set the Autzen Stadium mark for most first downs passing (31).

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