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Postgame Notebook
Saturday, September 25, 11:45 p.m., PDT

Game Notes
No. 5 Oregon at Arizona State • Sept. 25, 2010 • Tempe, Ariz. (Sun Devil Stadium)

• SO RB LaMichael James broke the 100-yard rushing mark for the third time in as many games this season and 12th time in 16 career appearances after his 114-yard effort on a career-high 28 carries.
• James went over 2,000 career rushing yards and now has 2,021.
• SO FS John Boyett scored the first touchdown of his career on a 39-yard interception return. It was his fourth career INT.
• Boyett's three pass breakups were a career-high.
• James has scored a touchdown in all three games he's played in this season and has 18 scores in 16 career games.
• Oregon's nine interceptions on the season have come from seven different players. With one apiece vs. ASU, SR LB Casey Matthews and SO CB Cliff Harris are tied for the team lead with two apiece.
• UO's four interceptions were a team season-high.
• SO QB Darron Thomas had a career highs of 19 completions, 33 pass attempts and 260 yards.
• The 61-yard pass by Thomas and catch by JR TE David Paulson were career longs for each player.
• Paulson, who finished with two grabs for a career-best 76 yards, now has 20 career receptions, all but two resulting in either a first down or a touchdown.
• The Ducks have not allowed a point in the 4th quarter of any game this season.
• UO's 231 points are the most in a four-game stretch in school history (210 in 1998).
• SO DE Dion Jordan recorded the first sack of his career.
• SR WR Jeff Maehl made at least one catch for the 25th consecutive game.
• SR CB Talmadge Jackson III, UO's active career leader with seven interceptions, had his first of the season.
• True freshman Josh Huff made his first career touchdown catch on a career-long 54-yard play in the 3rd quarter.
• Deantre Lewis' 53-yard touchdown run in the 1st quarter was the longest scoring play against Oregon this season.
• UO's eight penalties for 82 yards were both season highs.
• Oregon has won a program-best six straight games against ASU, including four in a row in Tempe.
• The temperature at kickoff was announced as 100 degrees fahrenheit.

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