Found November 06, 2011 on
The Oregon Ducks handed the Washington Huskies their first home loss of 2011, and Duck Sports Authority was on the sidelines to bring you these images of the action.
BEST OF MAXIM
In the final game at Husky Stadium in its current form, the No. 8 Oregon Ducks (8-1, 6-0) did everything it could to make sure it would be an unhappy send off. Charged by an aggressive performance by the defense, the Ducks cruised to a 34-17 victory.
SEATTLE - In one of the most heated interstate rivalries in all of college football, the No. 6 Oregon Ducks travel north to Husky Stadium to face a Washington team in their final home game at Husky Stadium. The Huskies will be amped up, as the 1991 National Championship team will be honored during the game, and it's also Senior Night. Will the Ducks be able to get past all the UW mojo?
• Here you go Duck fans, all the best plays from yesterday's game against Washington. Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel so you won't miss any new videos.GO DUCKS!
Congrats to Eddie Pleasant, goducks.com Student-Athlete of the week; November 7th-13th, 2011
The Oregon Ducks ran their record to 8-1, 6-0 in league with their 17-point win over the Huskies in Seattle on Saturday night.
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SEATTLE - Since Steve Sarkisian and Chip Kelly are apparently so chummy, we took a cue from them Saturday night. Kim Grinolds, Scott Eklund, Chris Fetters, Scott Panitz and Eric Dore from Dawgman.com were joined by their UO counterpart - Steve Summers from eDuck - to talk about Oregon's 34-17 win over UW in the last game ever at the old Husky Stadium.
Did you miss the Oregon Ducks vs. Washington Huskies Pac 12 football game today? We’ve got the highlights for you.
Oregon's LaMichael James ran for 156 yards and a touchdown, and the sixth-ranked Ducks forced three key turnovers for a 34-17 win over Washington on Saturday night, extending the longest win streak in the rivalry with their foes to the north.
For the second straight week it took Oregon a half to get rolling.