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Oregon handed it to Stanford. Again. The improving Ducks' 53-30 pasting of the Cardinal proves Chip Kelly really does have the premier program in the West, writes Stewart Mandel.
Blending nine newcomers and opening the season on the road against a Top 10 team proved to be too much for the Oregon Ducks.
Did you miss the Oregon Ducks vs. Vanderbilt Commodores Pac 12 basketball game this week? We’ve got the highlights for you.
We are nine games into the Oregon Ducks' 2011 regular season and the weather has been extremely cooperative to date. Will that trend continue? For the answer, we turn to Oregon AMS Vice President Bobby Corser with Saturday's Duckcast:
It’s been 17 games since Stanford knew what defeat felt like. Mowing over opponents, the Cardinal had become very used to winning and winning big, even in the post-Jim Harbaugh era. But watching Oregon running back LaMichael James get gradually smaller from behind as he ran 58 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter brought…
Washington is still bowl eligible at 6-3 after getting beat down yet again by the Oregon Ducks, so now the Dawgs take to the road and visits the Trojans from USC. Can the Huskies rebound from a defeat that showed how far the Huskies still have to come to be competitive with the upper tier teams of the Pac-12? Here is what the staff thinks.
The Oregon Ducks beat Stanford in Palo Alto on a sloppy field on Saturday. It was not their best game of the season... or maybe it was.
Once again, No. 6 Oregon put on an offensive show, scoring over 50 to beat Stanford. LaMichael James rushed for 146 yards and three TDs in the Ducks' 53-30 rout of the Cardinal.
Stanford, Calif. – For the second year in a row the Oregon Ducks (9-1, 7-0) have shown the Stanford Cardinal (91, 7-1) who is boss by knocking off the No. 4 team in the BCS with a 53-30 win on the Cardinal home turf. Even though Stanford had more total yardage (400 to 387) and first downs (24 to 18), the Ducks had the better of the turnover-to-takeaway ratio and sacks.