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EUGENE -- Oregon running back Byron Marshall took the game over in the second half and finished the game with 133 yard and three touchdowns as Oregon beat UCLA 42-14 at Autzen Stadium on Oct. 26, 2013. Marshall then met with reporters to discuss the game.
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EUGENE – The Oregon Ducks (8-0, 5-0) put on an impressive defensive show in the second half while running back Byron Marshall carried the team offensively and scored two touchdowns to lead the Ducks to a 42-14 win over UCLA (5-2, 2-2).
The Ducks have 10 days to get ready for Stanford, time to heal the bruises and prepare for another physical game, another "first real test of the season" against The Cardinal, currently locked in the fourth quarter of a close game, likely to be 7-1 and ranked 5th in the country.
These were the lessons of a tough victory against #12 UCLA:
1. Byron Marshall is the #1 running...
Byron Marshall ran for 133 yards and three touchdowns and No. 2
Oregon wore down No. 12 UCLA's stout defense for a 42-14 victory on
Marcus Mariota hasn’t thrown an interception all season and the Heisman Trophy hopes of the Oregon sophomore are soaring as the second-ranked Ducks host No. 11 UCLA on Saturday in Pac-12 play.
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When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 26, 2013 Where: Autzen Stadium, Eugene, Oregon
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Oregon used a 28-point barrage in the second half and a great effort by the defense to beat UCLA 42-14 in Autzen Stadium.
A week after Nick Aliotti and the defense got embarrassed by Connor Halliday's 557-yard passing performance, they held Brett Hundley and UCLA to 64 yards through the air and 283 total yards. With Boseko Lokombo and Avery Patterson grabbing interceptions,...
Oregon punt protector Rodney Hardrick goes 66 yards to the UCLA 10 to set up the Ducks' first touchdown on an early fake punt from the Duck's own 25.
Oregon 42, UCLA 14
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