Posted August 31, 2013 on oregon.scout.com
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EUGENE, Ore. – Ho hum. It wasn’t a surprise that the Oregon Ducks disposed of Nicholls State University 66-3 on Saturday afternoon at Autzen Stadium in front of 57,769 fans. It also wasn’t too much of a surprise that two new school records were set and certainly wasn’t a surprise that a new NCAA rule would rear up and caused a player to be ejected.
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