Found October 14, 2013 on Sports-Glory:

Marcus Mariota (QB-Oregon) - Would you look at that, the Ducks were finally held to less than 55 points for the first time this season. Unfortunately for Pac-12 North rival Washington, they did put a 45 spot up on the scoreboard while defeating the Huskies by a margin of 21. Mariota threw for 366 yards, rushed for 88 and found the end zone on four different occasions in the contest. The junior QB has reclaimed the lead in the Race as he now has 2,150 yards of total offense with 25 touchdowns. Amazingly, he is yet to commit a turnover through a half-dozen games. Jameis Winston (QB-Florida State) - Winston fell back one 

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