The Ducks held Colorado without an offensive score, and came away with one of the year’s best performances.
With Oregon’s second string scoring four touchdowns against Colorado in the first quarter, the Buffs never seemed to have a chance against the Ducks. And this never changed throughout the game. Although Colorado did score two points off of a safety, they never scored while the ball was in their possession. Oregon never stopped dominating the field and ended the game with a 45 to 2 win over Colorado.
After ninth-ranked Oregon defeated California 45-13 Thursday night on ESPN, it was another busy weekend full of Pac-12 football action. Arizona State and Stanford improved to 3-0 in league play, while Oregon State picked up its first win of the season over Arizona. Here’s a quick look at the results from the weekend and what’s on tap for week seven.
After a tenuous first half after which No. 9 Oregon went into the locker room trailing Cal 15-14, the Ducks ran roughshod over the Bears in the second half, scoring 29 unanswered points to win 43-15 Thursday night at Autzen Stadium. The game was marred by a fourth quarter injury …