Corvallis, OR (Sports Network) - After its chance at a perfect season
dissipated last Saturday, Oregon refused to hang its head.
Especially against Oregon State in the Civil War.
The fifth-ranked Ducks ran for six touchdowns in their 48-24 thumping of the
Kenjon Barner registered 191 yards and two scores on 27 carries, while
D'Anthony Thomas added 114 yards on the ground and three touchdowns on 16
rushes for Oregon (11-1, 7-1 Pac-12), which can represent the North in the
conference title game if Stanford loses to UCLA later on Saturday.
Marcus Mariota recorded 85 yards and a score on eight carries and added 140
yards and a touchdown through the air on 17-of-24 efficiency in the win.
Storm Woods ran for 70 yards and a pair of scores on 16 attempts for the
Beavers (8-3, 6-3), who have dropped three of their last five contests since
beginning the year 6-0.
Oregon State, which had a Pac-12 low 14 turnovers coming into the game, gave
it away six times.
Sean Mannion tossed four interceptions in defeat.
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