Found October 16, 2011 on
The Oregon Ducks won a tough battle 41-27 in Autzen Stadium against the visiting Arizona State Sun Devils. Click the link for the box score and statistics.
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Oregon quarterback Darron Thomas appeared to injure his left knee against Arizona State on Saturday night.
The injury occurred early in the second half with the No. 9 Ducks leading 21-17, when linebacker Colin Parker fell on Thomas' legs.
Thomas grimaced as he was attended to by team trainers, but he got up and jogged off the field. He received further treatment on the sidelines...
The University of Oregon doesn't take the field until later tonight, but the College GameDay chanting-and-drawing backdrop warriors were already out for coach Chip Kelly's morning #OccupyHerbstreit appearance. More »
Already down all-world running back LaMichael James, the No. 9 Ducks were dealt another significant blow when quarterback Darron Thomas was knocked from the game in the second half against No. 18 Arizona State. However, in their stead, Kenjon Barner and redshirt freshman Bryan Bennett saved the day, leading Oregon to a 41-27 win over the Sun Devils.
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Oregon is already facing off against No. 18 Arizona State tonight without star running back LaMichael James, who is recovering from an elbow injury. Now, Chip Kelly’s team is going to have to win without their quarterback, Darron Thomas. In the third quarter of tonight’s game, Thomas was tackled by an ASU defender, awkwardly bending…
Darron Thomas threw for 187 yards and two touchdowns before he left with left leg injury and ninth-ranked Oregon survived his absence with a 41-27 victory over No. 18 Arizona State on Saturday night. It was the second straight game that the Ducks have lost a key player to injury. Running back LaMichael James dislocated his elbow in Oregon's last outing, a 43-15 win over California.
In the stands for the Ducks' 41-27 win over Arizona State were some of the top recruits in the nation, the subject of this DSA photo feature.
Raymond Ford said he's still committed to UCLA but Arizona State is definitely making a push for his services and the Gardena (Calif.) Serra cornerback said he's visiting the Sun Devils soon.
Oregon overcomes injuries, hangs on to beat Arizona State.