Oregon Postgame Notebook - Game 9 at USC

•SR RB Kenjon Barner set the school single-game rushing record with 321 yards - the fourth-most in Pac-12 history - and tied the Oregon and Pac-12 marks with five rushing touchdowns. Barner's total was also the most ever by a USC opponent.
•Oregon's 730 yards of total offense broke the previous school mark of 720 in a 72-0 win vs. New Mexico in 2010. The yard total and UO's 62 points were also USC opponent records.
•On his fourth carry of the game, Barner surpassed 1,000 rushing yards for the first time in his career, becoming the 15th Oregon player to accomplish the feat and marking the 19th 1,000-yard rushing season in school history. Barner now has 1,295 on the year to rank sixth on UO's single-season chart.
•Barner moved past Jonathan Stewart (2005-07, 2,891 yards) and into third on Oregon's career rushing list with 3,151. He also moved into third in scoring at Oregon with 282 points, passing Derek Loville (1986-89, 272). Barner passed Loville (5,223 yards) for second on the all-purpose yards list with 5,304.
•Oregon tied the BCS-era record streak for games of 40 or more points at 12 with Texas (2004-05).
•SO RB De'Anthony Thomas became the seventh player in Oregon history with 30 touchdowns in a career when he reeled in a 16-yd scoring pass on the game's opening drive.
•FR QB Marcus Mariota had a career-best 400 yards of total offense (304 pass, 96 rush) and equalled his best with four passing touchdowns.
•JR WR Josh Huff had a career-high 125 receiving yards on 6 catches, including a pair of touchdowns.
•SR PK Rob Beard had hit on 65 consecutive 1-point PATs before having one blocked following Oregon's fourth touchdown of the game.
•The Ducks are 9-0 for the second time in history (2010).
•Oregon has won consecutive games vs. USC in Los Angeles for the first time (32 all-time meetings in LA).