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Post-Game Notebook: No. 5 Oregon at Arizona
Release Date: 11/23/2013
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Post-Game Notebook • No. 5 Oregon at Arizona, Nov. 23, 2013

•SO QB Marcus Mariota's streak of pass attempts without an interception ended at 353 as he was picked off on his first throw of the game. The string was a Pac-12 record. His last pass attempt of the game was also an interception.

•Mariota tossed at least one touchdown pass for the 24th straight game (every game of his career). 

•Mariota's 360 yards of total offense (308 passing, 52 rushing) gives him 7,085 yards for his career, making him the fifth UO player to eclipse the 7,000-yard mark.

•Oregon's 19-point halftime deficit was its largest since trailing Indiana 23-0 on Sept. 11, 2004 at Autzen Stadium.

•The Ducks lost consecutive road games for the first time since losing at Arizona (Nov. 15) and UCLA (Nov. 24) in 2007.

•Arizona won it's first game in the series since 2007, snapping UO's five-game winning streak. It was their 15th victory all-time against the Ducks in 39 meetings.

•The 26-point loss was the Ducks' worst since a 34-point defeat at USC (44-10) on Oct. 4, 2008.

•42 points allowed was the most since USC scored 51 in L.A. Nov. 3, 2012 (Oregon won 62-51) and most in an Oregon defeat since 51 at Stanford Nov. 7, 2009 (Cardinal won 51-42).

•With 3 receptions for 48 yards, SR WR Josh Huff moved up to ninth on Oregon's career receiving yardage list with 2,076, passing Lew Barnes (1983-85, 2,048).

•JR DB Troy Hill had a career-long 40-yard return on the game's opening kickoff.

•JR RB De'Anthony Thomas's 83 rushing yards were his most since 86 vs. Tennessee on Sept. 14.

•Neither team recorded a sack in the game.

•Oregon actually out-gained the Wildcats, 506-482, but had 3 turnovers compared to none for UA.

•Arizona's 304 rushing yards were the most allowed by the Ducks this season.

•Ka'Deem Carey (206 yards) became the first opposing back to rush for 200 yards against UO since Stanford's Toby Gerhart (223) in 2009.

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