Found November 07, 2012 on Football Nation:
The Good:  Another college football shootoutIt’s hard to imagine that a game with four turnovers could result in 113 combined points, 1,345 combined total-yards, and 68 first downs but Oregon and USC proved it was possible. Oregon’s Kenjon Barner gets the game ball after a record-breaking performance in front of his family and hometown friends. Barner finished with a school record 321 rushing-yards and five touchdowns in the last game his family and friends would be able to witness live. He finished the game with 347 total-yards on 40 touches.Oregon freshman, Marcus Mariota, looked like Geno Smith against Baylor, but with half the pass attempts. Mariota passed for 304 yards with four touchdowns and finished the game with 20 completions on 23 attempts.Matt Barkley might have improved his Heisman stock had he not thrown two interceptions in USC’s 11-point loss. Barkley finished the game with 484 passing yards and five touchdowns.The Bad: USC’s three turnoversTurnover margin makes all ...
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