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Postgame Notebook - No. 2 Oregon vs. No. 12 UCLA
Release Date: 10/26/2013
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Postgame Notebook • No. 2 Oregon vs. No. 12 UCLA, Oct. 26, 2013

 •SO QB Marcus Mariota has now tossed at least one TD pass in all 21 games of his career.

 •Mariota was a perfect 10-of-10 for 99 yards and his only touchdown in the second half.

 •Oregon allowed its opponent to score first for the third time in eight games this season.

 •The 283 yards of total offense by the Bruins were the fewest allowed this season by the Oregon defense.

 •For the first time in 2013, the Ducks did not lead at the half (tied 14-14).

 •Both of UCLA's scoring drives were less than 40 yards (38 and 28), set up by an Oregon fumble and a blocked punt, respectively.

 •SO RB Byron Marshall recorded his fifth straight 100-yard rushing game (sixth this season and seventh career) with a game-high 133 yards (19 carries) and three touchdowns. Marshall has eight touchdowns in his last three games.

 •Mariota has now gone 293 attempts without an interception, extending his UO and Pac-12 record. His last pick came in the first half vs. Stanford in 2012.

 •JR DE Tony Washington was involved in a sack for the fifth straight game, giving him 5.0 over that stretch (all in Pac-12 play). He lead the team with 7.5 on the season.

 •SR LB Boseko Lokombo had a career-high 2.0 sacks. He also had his first interception of the season and fifth career.

 •SR FS Avery Patterson had a career-best 3.0 tackles for loss to go with his second INT of the year (sixth career).

 •The Ducks have eclipsed the 40-point mark in the first eight games of the season for the third time in four seasons.

 •JR RB De'Anthony Thomas took his first offense snaps since Sept. 14 vs. Tennessee and finished with 48 all-purpose yards and a touchdown. He did not play in the second half.

 •Oregon improved to 2-0 against top 25 opponents this season.

 •Mark Helfrich became the first coach in school history to win his first eight games as head coach.

 •With a season-high crowd of 59,206, Oregon's Autzen Stadium sellout streak was extended to 94 games.


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