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October 18, 2014 at 10:53 PM

UW-Oregon postgame report and final stats

 

UW quarterback Cyler Miles is slow to get up after  a play early in the fourth quarter in which he fumbled and appeared to sustain a concussion. He did not return to the game. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

UW quarterback Cyler Miles is slow to get up after a play early in the fourth quarter in which he fumbled and appeared to sustain a concussion. He did not return to the game. (Dean Rutz/The Seattle Times)

Player of the game

Oregon running back Royce Freeman had 169 yards rushing on 29 carries and scored four times. His 37-yard touchdown run in the first quarter put the Ducks ahead for good.

Play of the game

Early in the second quarter, Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota connected with Pharaoh Brown on a 66-yard pass play that sparked what eventually became a 12-play, 99-yard touchdown drive that put the Ducks ahead 21-6.

Turning point

Facing a third-and-eight from the Oregon 23, UW quarterback Cyler Miles appeared to have Jaydon Mickens over the middle for a touchdown, but Mickens couldn’t come down with it and the Huskies were forced to settle for a 40-yard field goal with 6:21 left in the first quarter to make it 7-6. Oregon responded with 28 unanswered points to put the game away.

By the numbers

1 — Punt by Oregon, on its first possession. It went for 36 yards.

3 — Fourth-down conversions, out of four attempts, by the Ducks.

317 — Total net yards of offense by the Huskies. By comparison, Mariota passed for 336 yards.

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— Seattle Times staff

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