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Oregon's reserves still crushing Portland State

Posted on: September 18, 2010 9:04 pm

Posted by Adam Jacobi

After three quarters, the Oregon game is 69-0 Oregon. This game is over. It was over at halftime (45-0). It was over at the five-minute mark of the first quarter (21-0). Ohhhh-ver.

And yet there's still 15 minutes to play, and Oregon's still got an offense that's just shredding Portland State, no matter who's in the game. Case in point: even with LaMichael James and Darron Thomas not playing a snap in the second half, Oregon put up 24 points in the third quarter, and they're amassing truly remarkable numbers.

Oregon has 594 yards of total offense through three quarters. That's over a third of a mile. They've rushed for 435 yards--or just a hair short of a quarter-mile. They have 25 first downs... and Portland State has 3.

Now, the only thing left to see is how badly Oregon runs up the score--without even trying to.

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