2013 Oregon Ducks football team

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2013 Oregon Ducks football
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Alamo Bowl Champions
Pac-12 North Division Co-Champions
Civil War Champions
Alamo Bowl vs. Texas, W 30–7
Conference Pacific-12 Conference
North Division
Ranking
Coaches #9
AP #9
2013 record 11–2 (7–2 Pac-12)
Head coach Mark Helfrich (1st year)
Offensive coordinator Scott Frost (1st year)
Offensive scheme No-Huddle Spread Option
Defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti (17th year)
Base defense Hybrid 3–4
Home stadium Autzen Stadium
(Capacity: 54,000)
Uniform
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Seasons
« 2012 2014 »
2013 Pacific-12 football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
North
#9 Oregon x   7 2         11 2  
#11 Stanford xy   7 2         11 3  
#25 Washington   5 4         9 4  
Oregon State   4 5         7 6  
Washington State   4 5         6 7  
California   0 9         1 11  
South
#21 Arizona State x   8 1         10 4  
#16 UCLA   6 3         10 3  
#19 USC   6 3         10 4  
Arizona   4 5         8 5  
Utah   2 7         5 7  
Colorado   1 8         4 8  
Championship: Stanford 38, Arizona State 14
† – BCS representative as champion
x – Division champion/co-champions
y – Championship game participant
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2013 Oregon Ducks football team represents the University of Oregon in the 2013 college football season. The team is led by first year head coach Mark Helfrich and play their home games at Autzen Stadium for the 47th consecutive year. They are a member of the Pacific-12 Conference in the North Division.

Previous season[edit]

Summary[edit]

The Ducks had high expectations to make a run at a BCS national championship title. They were undefeated up to November 17, 2012, where they lost to Stanford, ending their national championship aspirations and ultimately ending their conference title streak at three. They would be selected as an at-large bid to represent the Pac-12 in the Fiesta Bowl, where they defeated Kansas State 35–17 to win their second consecutive BCS bowl. It was Oregon's fourth consecutive year in a BCS bowl game, the longest active streak in college football. The Ducks finished the season 12–1 (8–1 Pac-12) and were ranked #2 in most postseason polls, behind only national champion Alabama.

Departing players[edit]

No Juniors or Redshirt-Sophomores declared early eligibility for the 2013 NFL draft.[citation needed]

Num Player Position Starter Class Drafted Round Pick Team Notes
10 Rahsaan Vaughn WR N SR N
20 John Boyett FS Y SR Y 6 192 Indianapolis Colts Released prior to regular season due to arrest[1]
24 Kenjon Barner RB Y SR Y 6 182 Carolina Panthers
36 Jennings Stewart TE N SR N
46 Michael Clay LB Y SR N Undrafted Free Agent signed by Miami Dolphins[2]
47 Kiko Alonso LB Y SR Y 2 46 Buffalo Bills 2013 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year; NFL All-Rookie Team[3]
49 Jackson Rice P Y SR N
59 Jeff Palmer LS N SR N
60 Ryan Clanton OL Y SR N
61 Nick Cody OL Y SR N
65 Isaac Remington DT N SR N Undrafted Free Agent signed by Philadelphia Eagles[2]
74 Kyle Long OL Y SR Y 1 20 Chicago Bears 2014 Pro Bowl; NFL All-Rookie Team
77 Carson York OL Y SR N
87 Nick Morrison DL N SR N
89 Will Murphy WR N SR N
93 Rob Beard PK Y SR N
96 Dion Jordan DE Y SR Y 1 3 Miami Dolphins

Pre-season[edit]

Returning starters[edit]

Recruiting[edit]

Awards watch lists[edit]

The following Oregon players appeared on preseason award watch lists

Maxwell AwardCollege Football Player of the Year[5]

Walter Camp AwardPlayer of the Year[6]

  • Marcus Mariota
  • De'Anthony Thomas

Davey O'Brien AwardBest Quarterback[7]

  • Marcus Mariota

Doak Walker AwardBest Runningback[8]

  • De'Anthony Thomas

Biletnikoff AwardBest Receiver[9]

Mackey AwardMost Outstanding Collegiate Tight End[10]

Rimington TrophyMost Outstanding Collegiate Center[11]

Outland TrophyBest Interior Lineman in College Football[12]

Rotary Lombardi AwardBest Lineman[13]

  • Hroniss Grasu
  • Tyler Johnstone

Bednarik AwardDefensive Player of the Year[14]

Bronko Nagurski TrophyMost Outstanding Defensive Player[15]

Jim Thorpe AwardBest Defensive Back[16]

  • Ifo Ekpre-Olomu
  • Terrence Mitchell

Butkus AwardBest Linebacker[17]

Spring football[edit]

Marcus Mariota prepares to take a snap in the 2013 Oregon Spring Game

On April 27, 2013 the Oregon Ducks capped off their spring football practices with the traditional Spring Football Game, open to the public held at Autzen Stadium. As has been the practice for many years, in order to gain admission to the game each fan must donate at least three non-perishable food items to Food for Lane County on their way in the stadium. Following a record donation year in 2012, Oregon fans again donated over 70,000 pounds of food to the charity.[18][19]

Donating food is not the only non-football activity for a good cause that is associated with the Oregon Spring Game, the game is played in honor of the United States Armed Forces and specifically the several reserve and guard units stationed close to Eugene. The football players will wear special made Nike uniforms that have "Support Our Troops" on the back where the player's last name is usually found, along with American Flags on the sleeves. During half-time a group of Marine Corps enlistees took the oath of enlistment on the field. Following the game the players line up on the north sideline, with an equal number of service-members from each branch of the military lining up on the south sideline. The two groups meet in the middle of the field where the players then remove their jersey and give it to a service-member, the service-member in turns presents the football player with a challenge coin.[20] The tradition of the Spring Game being dedicated to supporting the military is part of the legacy of former head coach Chip Kelly, following the funeral of a local soldier in 2010, which he attended.[21]

The 2013 iteration of the game was the first under new head coach Mark Helfrich and it also implemented a new scoring system for the first time in several years. Traditionally the offensive and defensive coordinators act as head coaches of two different teams, which are selected via a draft, the two teams then face off in a normally scored exhibition game. Due to a rash of injuries on both sides of the ball the format was tweaked so that it was simply the offense versus the defense, with a modified points system. The offense would score normally, with six points for touchdowns with the opportunity for point after attempts, and three points for field goals. The defense would follow normal rules for touchdowns as well, but would also gain three points for turnovers and one point every time that they kept the offense from scoring.[22] The points system led to a lopsided victory by the offense, 65–0.





Oregon Ducks Spring Game – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
White (Offense) 14 38 7 6 65
Green (Defense) 0 0 0 0 0

at Autzen StadiumEugene, OR

Game information
First Quarter
  • WHITE – Byron Marshall 2-yard run (Alejandro Maldonado kick)
  • WHITE – Josh Huff 7-yard pass from Marcus Mariota (Maldonado kick)
Second Quarter
  • WHITE – Huff 16-yard pass from Mariota (Maldonado kick)
  • WHITE – Jordan Thompson 1-yard run (Hayden Cook kick)
  • WHITE – Jeff Bedbury 15-yard pass from Jeff Lockie (Maldonado kick)
  • WHITE – Blake Stanton 25-yard pass from Jake Rodrigues (Erick Solis kick)
  • WHITE – Bralon Addison 49-yard pass from Lockie (Cook kick)
  • WHITE – Maldonado 48-yard field goal
Third Quarter
  • WHITE – Lane Roseberry 8-yard run (Solis kick)
Fourth Quarter
  • WHITE – Chance Allen 20-yard pass from Rodrigues (PAT failed)
Top Passers
  • WHITE – Jeff Lockie 22–28, 217 yards, 2 TD
  • WHITE – Jake Rodrigues 13–19, 165 yards, 2 TD
  • WHITE – Marcus Mariota 13–15, 169 yards, 2 TD
Top Rushers
  • WHITE – Byron Marshall, 6 attempts, 60 yards, 1 TD
  • WHITE – Jordan Thompson, 10 attempts, 54 yards, 1 TD
  • WHITE – Ayele Ford, 9 attempts, 35 yards
Top Receiving
  • WHITE – Eric Dungy, 9 receptions, 56 yards
  • WHITE – Bralon Addison, 8 receptions, 136 yards, 1 TD
  • WHITE – Blake Stanton, 5 receptions, 73 yard, 1 TD
Top Tackler
  • GREEN – Christian French, 9 tackles, 7 solo, 1 TFL, 1 sack
  • GREEN – Dior Mathis, 7 tackles, 5 solo, 1 TFL
  • GREEN – Oshay Dunmore, 7 tackles, 4 solo

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
August 31 1:00 PM Nicholls State* #3 Autzen StadiumEugene, OR FS1 W 66–3   57,769
September 7 12:30 PM at Virginia* #2 Scott StadiumCharlottesville, VA ABC/ESPN2 W 59–10   58,502
September 14 12:30 PM Tennessee* #2 Autzen Stadium • Eugene, OR ABC W 59–14   57,895
September 28 7:30 PM California #2 Autzen Stadium • Eugene, OR P12N W 55–16   56,987
October 5 3:00 PM at Colorado #2 Folsom FieldBoulder, CO P12N W 57–16   45,944
October 12 1:00 PM at #16 Washington #2 Husky StadiumSeattle, WA (Rivalry) FS1 W 45–24   71,833
October 19 7:00 PM Washington Statedagger #2 Autzen Stadium • Eugene, OR FS1 W 62–38   56,949
October 26 4:00 PM #12 UCLA #2 Autzen Stadium • Eugene, OR ESPN W 42–14   59,206
November 7 6:00 PM at #6 Stanford #2 Stanford StadiumStanford, CA ESPN L 20–26   51,545
November 16 1:00 PM Utah #6 Autzen Stadium • Eugene, OR FS1 W 44–21   56,481
November 23 12:30 PM at Arizona #5 Arizona StadiumTucson, AZ ABC/ESPN2 L 16–42   45,777
November 29 4:00 PM Oregon State #12 Autzen Stadium • Eugene, OR (Civil War) FS1 W 36–35   58,330
December 30 3:45 PM vs. Texas* #10 AlamodomeSan Antonio, TX (Alamo Bowl) ESPN W 30–7   65,918
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Pacific Time.

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Personnel[edit]

Coaching staff[edit]

Mark Helfrich was promoted to the head coaching position after four years as the offensive coordinator
Name Position Seasons at
Oregon
Alma Mater Previous Coaching
Position
Mark Helfrich Head coach 5 (1 as HC) Southern Oregon (1996) OC & QB – Oregon
Nick Aliotti Defensive coordinator 22 (17 as DC) UCDavis (1976) Incumbent
Scott Frost Offensive coordinator & Quarterbacks 5 (1 as OC) Nebraska(1997) WR – Oregon
Steve Greatwood Running Game Coordinator & Offensive line 27 Oregon (1980) Incumbent
Matt Lubick Passing Game Coordinator & Wide receivers 1 Colorado State (1995) WR – Duke
Gary Campbell Running Backs 31 UCLA (1973) Incumbent
Tom Osbourne Tight Ends & Special Teams 13 Washington State(1983) Incumbent
Don Pellum Linebackers & Recruiting Coordinator 21 Oregon (1985) Incumbent
Ron Aiken Defensive Line 1 North Carolina A&T (1977) DL – Arizona Cardinals
John Neal Secondary 11 BYU (1980) Incumbent
Jim Radcliffe Strength and Conditioning 29 Pacific University (1980) Incumbent
Reference:[24]

Roster[edit]

2013 Oregon Ducks Football

Quarterback

  •  3 Jake Rodrigues – Redshirt Freshman
  •  8 Marcus MariotaRedshirt Sophomore
  • 10 Damion Hobbs – Freshman
  • 12 Taylor Alie – Freshman
  • 14 Dustin Haines – Senior
  • 17 Jeff Lockie – Redshirt Freshman

Running Back

  •  6 De'Anthony ThomasJunior
  •  9 Byron Marshall – Sophomore
  • 24 Thomas Tyner – Freshman
  • 30 Ayele Forde – Junior
  • 31 Kenny Bassett – Junior
  • 34 Lane Roseberry – Redshirt Freshman
  • 36 Kani Benoit – Freshman
  • 37 J.J. Jones – Freshman
  • 37 Jordan Thompson – Senior

Offensive Lineman

  • 54 Hamani Stevens – Junior
  • 55 Hroniss Grasu – Junior
  • 57 Doug Brenner – Freshman
  • 58 James Euscher – Redshirt Sophomore
  • 61 Brigham Stoehr – Freshman
  • 62 Matt Pierson – Redshirt Sophomore
  • 63 Mana Greig – Senior
  • 64 Tyler Johnstone – Redshirt Sophomore
  • 65 Brian Teague – Senior
  • 68 Jamal Prater – Redshirt Sophomore
  • 69 Brandon Thomas – Sophomore
  • 70 Matthew McFadden – Redshirt Freshman
  • 71 Everett Benyard – Senior
  • 72 Andre Yruretagoyena – Redshirt Sophomore
  • 74 Elijah George – Freshman
  • 75 Jake Fisher – Junior
  • 76 Jake Pisarcik – Freshman
  • 77 Cameron Hunt – Freshman
  • 78 Karrington Armstrong – Sernior
  • 79 Evan Voellet – Freshman
 

Wide Receiver

  •  1 Josh Huff – Senior
  •  7 Keanon Lowe – Junior
  • 11 Bralon Addison – Sophomore
  • 13 Devon Allen – Freshman
  • 16 Daryle Hawkins – Senior
  • 18 Dwayne Stanford – Sophomore
  • 19 Eric Dungy – Junior
  • 20 Chance Allen – Redshirt Freshman
  • 23 B.J. Kelley – Redshirt Sophomore
  • 41 Blake Stanton – Junior
  • 84 Chad Delaney – Senior
  • 86 Austian Diach – Redshirt Freshman
  • 87 Darren Carrington – Freshman
  • 88 Jeff Stolzenburg – Junior
  • 89 Chris Tewhill – Redshirt Freshman

Tight End

  • 32 Evan Baylis – Redshirt Freshman
  • 39 Jimmy Musgrave – Redshirt Sophomore
  • 80 Koa Ka'ai – Redshirt Sophomore
  • 82 Davaysia Hagger – Freshman
  • 83 Johnny Mundt – Freshman
  • 85 Pharaoh Brown – Sophomore
 

Defensive Lineman

  •  9 Arik Armstead – Sophomore
  • 42 Cody Carriger – Redshirt Freshman
  • 44 DeForest Buckner – Sophomore
  • 56 Alex Balducci – Sophomore
  • 84 Stetzon Bair – Redshirt Sophomore
  • 93 Jason Sloan – Freshman
  • 99 Sam Kamp – Redshirt Sophomore

Defensive Tackle

  • 50 Ryan Hagen – Senior
  • 66 Taylor Hart – Senior
  • 90 Ricky Havili-Heimuli – Senior
  • 92 Wade Keli'ikipi – Senior

Defensive End

  • 45 T.J. Daniel – Sophomore
  • 57 Ryan McCandless – Sophomore
  • 91 Tony Washington – Junior
  • 96 Christian French – Redshirt Sophomore
  • 98 David Kafovalu – Junior

Linebacker

  • 19 Tyrell Robinson – Freshman
  • 22 Derrick Malone – Junior
  • 25 Boseko Lokombo – Senior
  • 33 Tyson Coleman – Redshirt Sophomore
  • 34 Rahim Cassell – Redshirt Sophomore
  • 35 Joe Walker – Sophomore
  • 38 Mike Garrity – Junior
  • 40 Brett Bafaro – Redshirt Freshman
  • 46 Danny Mattingly – Freshman
  • 47 Oshay Dunmore – Redshirt Freshman
  • 48 Rodney Hardrick – Junior
  • 51 Isaac Ava – Junior
  • 52 Ivan Faulhaber – Freshman
  • 59 Grant Thompson – Junior
  • 86 Torrodney Prevot – Freshman
 

Defensive Back

  •  2 Tyree Robinson – Freshman
  •  5 Issac Dixon – Redshirt Sophomore
  •  8 Reggie Daniels – Redshirt Freshman
  • 10 Chris Seisay – Freshman
  • 12 Brian Jackson – Senior
  • 13 Troy Hill – Junior
  • 17 Juwaan Williams – Freshman
  • 26 Ben Butterfield – Senior
  • 27 Terrance Mitchell – Junior
  • 28 Eric Amoako – Redshirt Freshman
  • 29 Stephen Amoako – Redshirt Freshman
  • 32 Bobby Dunn – Sophomore
  • 37 Michael Manns – Redshirt Freshman
  • 43 Bronson Yim – Redshirt Sophomore

Cornerback

  •  3 Dior Mathis – Junior
  • 14 Ifo Ekpre-OlomuJunior
  • 31 Avery Patterson – Senior

Free Safety

  •  4 Erick Dargan – Junior
 

Long Snapper

  • 39 Drew Howell – Senior
  • 53 Connor Johnson – Freshman

Punter

  • 38 Ian Wheeler – Freshman

Placekicker

  • 30 Dylan Ausherman – Redshirt Junior
  • 41 Alejandro Maldonado – Senior
  • 48 Eric Solis – Redshirt Junior
  • 49 Matt Wogan – Freshman
  • 97 Hayden Crook – Redshirt Freshman

Sources: [1]

Depth Chart[edit]

Defense


FS
Avery Patterson
Eric Dargan


DE/OLB ILB ILB OLB
Tony Washington Derrick Malone Rodney Hardrick Boseko Lokombo
Christian French Joe Walker Rahim Cassell Tyson Coleman
SS
Brian Jackson
Reggie Daniels
CB
Ifo Ekpre-Olomu
Troy Hill


DE NT DE
Wade Keli'ikipi Arik Armstead Taylor Hart
Alex Balducci Ricky Havili-Heimuli DeForest Buckner
CB
Terrence Mitchell
Dior Mathis
Offense
WR
Josh Huff
Eric Dungy
WR
Bralon Addison
Daryle Hawkins
LT LG C RG RT
Tyler Johnstone Mana Greig Hroniss Grasu Hamani Stevens Jake Fisher
Matt Pierson Andre Yruretagoyena Karrington Armstong Everett Benyard III Cameron Hunt
TE
Johnny Mundt
Pharaoh Brown
WR
Keanon Lowe
B.J Kelley
QB
Marcus Mariota
Jeff Lockie
RB
De'Anthony Thomas
Byron Marshall
Special Teams
PK Matt Wogan
PK Alejandro Maldonado
P Alejandro Maldonado
P Dylan Ausherman
KR De'Anthony Thomas
PR Bralon Addison
LS Drew Howell
H Dustin Haines


Game notes[edit]

Nicholls State[edit]

Nicholls State at #3 Oregon – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Nicholls State 0 3 0 0 3
#3 Oregon 24 14 7 21 66

at Autzen StadiumEugene, OR

Game information
First Quarter
  • ORE – De'Anthony Thomas 4-yard run (Alejandro Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Bralon Addison 27-yard pass from Marcus Mariota (Matt Wogan kick)
  • ORE – Thomas 22-yard run (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Maldonado 29-yard field goal
Second Quarter
  • NICH – Andrew Dolan 35-yard field goal
  • ORE – Mariota 12-yard run (Wogan kick)
  • ORE – Mariota 46-yard run (Maldonado kick)
Third Quarter
  • ORE – Byron Marshall 49-yard run (Maldonado kick)
Fourth Quarter
  • ORE – Colt Lyerla 3-yard run (Wogan kick); Jeff Lockie 8-yard run (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Chance Allen 23-yard pass from Jake Rodrigues (Maldonado kick)
  • Oregon and Nicholls State have never played one another previously, this game begins the series.[25]
Top Passers
  • NICH – Kale Henderson, 21–40, 214 yards
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 12–21, 234 yards, 1 TD
Top Rushers
  • NICH – Kale Henderson, 16 attempts, 46 yards
  • ORE – De'Anthony Thomas, 18 attempts, 129 yards, 2 TD
Top Receiving
  • NICH – Mar Washington, 11 receptions, 92 yards
  • ORE – Josh Huff, 5 receptions, 118 yards
Top Tackler
  • NICH – Davin Bovie, 8 total, 5 solo
  • ORE – Derrick Malone, 11 total, 6 solo

Virginia[edit]

#2 Oregon at Virginia – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
#2 Oregon 21 7 17 14 59
Virginia 7 3 0 0 10

at Scott StadiumCharlottesville, VA

Game information
First Quarter
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota 71-yard run (Dustin Haines run for two-point conversion)
  • ORE – De'Anthony Thomas 1-yard run (kick blocked)
  • ORE – Thomas 40-yard run (Alejandro Maldonado kick)
  • UVA – Khalek Shepherd 45-yard run (Ian Frye kick)
Second Quarter
  • ORE – Bralon Addision 30-yard pass from Mariota (Matt Wogan kick)
  • UVA – Frye 37-yard field goal
Third Quarter
  • ORE – Maldonado 29-yard field goal
  • ORE – Thomas 8-yard run (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Keanon Lowe 11-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
Fourth Quarter
  • ORE – Thomas Tyner 3-yard run (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Tyner 31-yard run (Wogan kick)
  • Oregon and Virginia have never played one another previously, this game begins the series.[25]
Top Passers
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 14–28, 199 yards, 2 TD
  • UVA – David Watford, 29–41, 161 yards, 3 INT
Top Rushers
  • ORE – De'Anthony Thomas, 11 attempts, 124 yards, 3 TD
  • UVA – Kevin Parks, 19 attempts, 60 yards
Top Receiving
  • ORE – Josh Huff, 3 receptions, 55 yards
  • UVA – Jake McGee, 8 receptions, 53 yards
Top Tackler
  • ORE – Derrick Malone, 12 tackles, 3 solo, 0.5 TFL
  • UVA – Daquan Romero, 8 tackles, 5 solo, 1 pass defended

Tennessee[edit]

Tennessee at #2 Oregon – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Tennessee 7 0 0 7 14
#2 Oregon 10 28 21 0 59

at Autzen Stadium • Eugene, OR

  • Date: September 14th, 2013
  • Game time: 12:36 PM PST
  • Game weather: Temperature: 64 °F (18 °C) • Wind: Calm • Weather: Overcast
  • Game attendance: 57,895
  • Referee: Land Clark • Umpire: Matt Jordan • Linesman: Bart Longson • Line judge: Rich Troyer • Back judge: Chris Coyte • Field judge: Mich Mothershed • Side judge: Bernie Hulscher
  • TV announcers (ABC): Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham & Jeannine Edwards
  • http://pac-12.com/content/football-statistics
Game information
First Quarter
  • TENN – Jason Croom 4-yard pass from Justin Worley (Michael Palardy kick)
  • ORE – Matt Wogan 38-yard field goal
  • ORE – John Mundt 16-yard pass from Marcus Mariota (Alejandro Maldonado kick)
Second Quarter
  • ORE – Mariota 9-yard run (Wogan kick)
  • ORE – Josh Huff 54-yard pass from Mariota (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Daryle Hawkins 45-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
  • ORE – De'Anthony Thomas 28-yard run (Maldonado kick)
Third Quarter
  • ORE – Mundt 17-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
  • ORE – Byron Marshall 11-yard run (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Thomas Tyner 2-yard run (Wogan kick)
Fourth Quarter
  • TENN – Alden Hill 8-yard run (Palardy kick)
  • Oregon leads the series with Tennessee 1–0 (1.000). The series began in 2010 at Tennessee, Oregon 48, Tennessee 13.

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Top Passers
  • TENN – Justin Worley, 13–25, 126 yards, 1 TD
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 23–33, 456 yards, 4 TD
Top Rushers
  • TENN – Marlin Lane, 13 attempts, 63 yards
  • ORE – De'Anthony Thomas, 13 attempts, 86 yards, 1 TD
Top Receiving
  • TENN – Rajion Neal, 4 receptions, 23 yards
  • ORE – Josh Huff, 6 receptions, 125 yards, 1 TD
Top Tackler
  • TENN – A.J. Johnson, 7 total, 2 solo
  • ORE – Brian Jackson, 6 total, 3 solo

California[edit]

California at #2 Oregon – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
California 0 3 7 6 16
#2 Oregon 27 14 14 0 55

at Autzen Stadium • Eugene, OR

Game information
First Quarter
  • ORE – Byron Marshall 14-yard run (PAT failed)
  • ORE – Josh Huff 19-yard pass from Marcus Mariota (Matt Wogan kick)
  • ORE – Daryle Hawkins 14-yard pass from Mariota (Alejandro Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Marshall 25-yard run (Wogan kick)
Second Quarter
  • ORE – Mariota 2-yard run (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Bralon Addision 75-yard punt return (Wogan kick)
  • CAL – Vincenzo D'Amato 46-yard field goal
Third Quarter
  • ORE – Addison 67-yard punt return (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Thomas Tyner 21-yard run (Wogan kick)
  • CAL – Jeffrey Coprich 1-yard run (D'Amato kick)
Fourth Quarter
  • CAL – James Grisom 7-yard pass from Zach Kline (PAT failed)
  • California leads the series with Oregon 39–34–2 (.533). The series began in 1899 at California, California 12, Oregon 0. The last meeting was the 2012 game at California, Oregon 59, California 17.

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Top Passers
  • CAL – Zach Kline, 18–37, 165 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 11–25, 114 yards, 2 TD
Top Rushers
  • CAL – Brendan Bigelow, 18 attempts, 61 yards
  • ORE – Byron Marshall, 19 attempts, 130 yards, 2 TD
Top Receiving
  • CAL – Daniel Lasco, 5 receptions, 35 yards
  • ORE – Bralon Addison, 3 receptions, 13 yards
Top Tackler
  • CAL – Deandre Coleman, 8 total, 3 solo, 1 TFL
  • ORE – Joe Walker, 9 total, 6 solo, 1 TFL

Colorado[edit]

#2 Oregon at Colorado – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
#2 Oregon 29 14 14 0 57
Colorado 10 6 0 0 16

at Folsom FieldBoulder, CO

Game information
First Quarter
  • COLO – Will Oliver 33-yard field goal
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota 2-yard run (Pharoah Brown run for two-point conversion)
  • COLO – D.D. Goodson 75-yard pass from Paul Richardson (Oliver kick)
  • ORE – Thomas Tyner 2-yard run (Alejandro Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Bralon Addison 75-yard pass from Mariota (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Keanon Lowe 17-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
Second Quarter
  • COLO – Oliver 22-yard field goal
  • COL – Oliver 31-yard field goal
  • ORE – Mariota 1-yard run (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Josh Huff 4-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
Third Quarter
  • ORE – Addison 44-yard pass from Mariota (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Huff 26-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
  • Oregon leads the series with Colorado 9–8 (.529). The series began in 1949 at Oregon, Oregon 42, Colorado 14. The last meeting was the 2012 game at Oregon, Oregon 70, Colorado 14.

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Top Passers
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 16–27, 355 yards, 5 TD
  • COLO – Connor Wood, 11–33, 205 yards, 2 INT
Top Rushers
  • ORE – Byron Marshall, 23 attempts, 122 yards
  • COLO – Christian Powell, 20 attempts, 78 yards
Top Receiving
  • ORE – Bralon Addison, 5 receptions, 158 yards, 2 TD
  • COLO – Paul Richardson, 5 receptions, 134 yards
Top Tackler
  • ORE – Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, 8 total, 7 solo, 1 TFL
  • COLO – Gillam Addison, 15 total, 15 solo, 2 TFL, 1 sack

Washington[edit]

#2 Oregon at #16 Washington – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
#2 Oregon 7 14 10 14 45
#16 Washington 7 0 17 0 24

at Husky StadiumSeattle, WA

  • Date: October 12th, 2013
  • Game time: 1:05 PM PST
  • Game weather: Temperature: 54 °F (12 °C) • Wind: N 5 • Weather: Cloudy
  • Game attendance: 71,833
  • Referee: Jack Wood • Umpire: Ro Meisenheimer • Linesman: Mark Duddy • Line judge: Jeff Robinson • Back judge: John Jenkins • Field judge: John Morton • Side judge: Shane Anderson
  • TV announcers (Fox Sports 1): Gus Johnson, Charles Davis & Kristina Pink
  • http://pac-12.com/content/football-statistics
Game information
First Quarter
  • ORE – Byron Marshall 1-yard run (Alejandro Maldonado kick)
  • WASH – Austin Seferian-Jenkins 8-yard pass from Keith Price (Travis Coons kick)
Second Quarter
  • ORE – Bralon Addison 4-yard pass from Marcus Mariota (Matt Wogan kick)
  • ORE – Marshall 15-yard run (Maldonado kick)
Third Quarter
  • WASH – Bishop Sankey 60-yard run (Coons kick)
  • ORE – Josh Huff 65-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
  • WASH – Coons 30-yard field goal
  • ORE – Maldonado 34-yard field goal
  • WASH – Sankey 25-yard run (Coons kick)
Fourth Quarter
  • ORE – Mariota 5-yard run (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Addison 3-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
  • Washington leads the series with Oregon 58–43–5 (.571). The series began in 1900 at Oregon, Oregon 43, Washington 0; the last meeting was the 2012 game at Washington, Oregon 52, Washington 21.

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  • Winning this game continued the Duck's streak of wins over their Northwest Rivals to 10 consecutive years, winning in each of those years by at least 17 points. It is the longest win streak by either team in the rivalry.
Top Passers
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 24–31, 366 yards, 3 TD
  • WASH – Keith Price, 19–32, 182 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
Top Rushers
  • ORE – Byron Marshall, 19 attempts, 106 yards, 2 TD
  • WASH – Bishop Sankey, 28 attempts, 167 yards, 2 TD
Top Receiving
  • ORE – Bralon Addison, 8 receptions, 157 yards, 2 TD
  • WASH – Bishop Sankey, 5 receptions, 38 yards
Top Tackler
  • ORE – Derrick Malone, 10 total, 4 solo, 1 TFL, 1 sack
  • WASH – Timu Johnson, 10 total, 6 solo, 2 TFL, 1 sack

Washington State[edit]

Washington State at #2 Oregon – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Washington State 7 17 0 14 38
#2 Oregon 20 14 14 14 62

at Autzen Stadium • Eugene, OR

  • Date: October 19th, 2013
  • Game time: 7:05 PM PST
  • Game weather: Temperature: 63 °F (17 °C) • Wind: N 3 • Weather: Clear
  • Game attendance: 56,949
  • Referee: Jay Stricherz • Umpire: Matt Richards • Linesman: Cappy Anderson• Line judge: Randy Campbell • Back judge: Brad Robinson • Field judge: Mike McCabe • Side judge: Clay Reynard
  • TV announcers (Fox Sports 1): Justin Kutcher, James Bates & Brady Poppinga
  • http://pac-12.com/content/football-statistics
Game information
First Quarter
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota 54-yard run (2-point conversion attempt failed)
  • ORE – Byron Marshall 1-yard run (Matt Wogan kick)
  • WSU – Dom Williams 11-yard pass from Connor Halliday (Andrew Furney Kick)
  • ORE – Marshall 26-yard run (Alejandro Maldonado kick)
Second Quarter
  • ORE – Thomas Tyner 1-yard run (Wogan kick)
  • WSU – River Cracraft 12-yard pass from Halliday (Furney kick)
  • WSU – Xavier Cooper 29-yard pass from Halliday (Furney kick)
  • ORE – Tyner 66-yard run (Maldonado kick)
  • WSU – Furney 49-yard Field Goal
Third Quarter
  • ORE – Keanon Low 10-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
  • ORE – Marshall 30-yard run (Maldonado kick)
Fourth Quarter
  • ORE – Josh Huff 17-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
  • ORE – Terrance Mitchell 51-yard interception return (Maldonado kick)
  • WSU – Gabe Marks 8-yard pass from Halliday (Furney kick)
  • WSU – Bobby Ratliff 3-yard pass from Halliday (Furney kick)
  • Oregon leads the series with Washington State 47–36–7 (.561). The series began in 1901 at Washington State, Washington State 16, Oregon 0; the last meeting was the 2012 game at Washington State, Oregon 51, Washington State 26.

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Top Passers
  • WSU – Connor Halliday, 58–89, 557 yards, 4 TD, 4 INT
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 23–32, 327 yards, 2 TD
Top Rushers
  • WSU – Marcus Mason, 4 attempts, 15 yards
  • ORE – Byron Marshall, 21 attempts, 192 yards, 3 TD
Top Receiving
  • WSU – Gabe Marks, 13 receptions, 143 yards, 1 TD
  • ORE – Josh Huff, 5 receptions, 75 yards, 1 TD
Top Tackler
  • WSU – Daquawn Brown, 10 total, 8 solo
  • ORE – Avery Patterson, 8 total, 4 solo, 1 INT, 2 passes defended

UCLA[edit]

#12 UCLA at #2 Oregon – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
#12 UCLA 7 7 0 0 14
#2 Oregon 7 7 7 21 42

at Autzen Stadium • Eugene, OR

Game information
First Quarter
  • UCLA – Brett Hundley 4-yard run (Ka'imi Fairbairn kick)
  • ORE – De'Anthony Thomas 1-yard run (Alejandro Maldonado kick)
Second Quarter
  • ORE – Byron Marshall 40-yard run (Matt Wogan kick)
  • UCLA – Thomas Duarte 11-yard pass from Brett Hundley (Fairbairn kick)
Third Quarter
  • ORE – Marshall 11-yard run (Maldonado kick)
Fourth Quarter
  • ORE – Bralon Addison 8-yard pass from Marcus Mariota (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Marshall 3-yard run (Maldonado kick)
  • ORE – Thomas Tyner 2-yard run (Wogan kick)
  • UCLA leads the series with Oregon 39–26 (.600). The series began in 1928 at UCLA, Oregon 26, UCLA 6; the last meeting was the 2011 Pac-12 Championship game at Oregon, Oregon 49, UCLA 31.

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Top Passers
  • UCLA – Brett Hundley, 13–19, 64 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 21–28, 230 yards, 1 TD
Top Rushers
  • UCLA – Paul Perkins, 22 attempts, 93 yards
  • ORE – Byron Marshall, 19 attempts, 133 yards, 3 TD
Top Receiving
  • UCLA – Devin Fuller, 4 receptions, 18 yards
  • ORE – Josh Huff, 6 receptions, 76 yards
Top Tackler
  • UCLA – Jordan Zumwalt, 14 total, 10 solo, 2 TFL
  • ORE – Derrick Malone, 10 total, 7 solo

Stanford[edit]

#2 Oregon at #6 Stanford – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
#2 Oregon 0 0 0 20 20
#6 Stanford 7 10 6 3 26

at Stanford StadiumStanford, CA

Game information
First Quarter
  • STAN – Tyler Gaffney 2-yard run (Jordan Williamson kick)
Second Quarter
  • STAN – Kevin Hogan 11-yard run (Williamson kick)
  • STAN – Williamson 19-yard field goal
Third Quarter
  • STAN – Williamson 34-yard field goal
  • STAN – Williamson 26-yard field goal
Fourth Quarter
  • STAN – Williamson 30-yard field goal
  • ORE – Daryle Hawkins 23-yard pass from Marcus Mariota (Matt Wogan kick)
  • ORE – Rodney Hardrick 65-yard blocked field goal return (two-point conversion failed)
  • ORE – Pharaoh Brown 12-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
  • Stanford leads the series with Oregon 45–30–1 (.599). The series began in 1900 at Stanford, Stanford 34, Oregon 0; the last meeting was the 2012 game at Oregon, Stanford 17, Oregon 14 (OT).

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Top Passers
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 20–34, 250 yards, 2 TD
  • STAN – Kevin Hogan, 7–13, 103 yards
Top Rushers
  • ORE – Byron Marshall, 11 attempts, 46 yards
  • STAN – Tyler Gaffney, 45 attempts, 157 yards, 1 TD
Top Receiving
  • ORE – Bralon Addison, 5 receptions, 66 yards
  • STAN – Ty Montgomery, 2 receptions, 20 yards
Top Tackler
  • ORE – Brian Jackson, 14 total, 6 solo
  • STAN – Shayne Skov, 9 total, 5 solo, 2 TFL, 1 forced fumble, 1 pass defended

Utah[edit]

Utah at #6 Oregon – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Utah 0 7 7 7 21
#6 Oregon 10 7 20 7 44

at Autzen Stadium • Eugene, OR

  • Date: November 16th, 2013
  • Game time: 12:05 PM PST
  • Game weather: Temperature: 50 °F (10 °C) • Wind: W 10 • Weather: Cloudy
  • Game attendance: 56,481
  • Referee: Shawn Hochuli • Umpire: Tim Schroeder • Linesman: Jim Wharrie • Line judge: Darryl Johnson • Back judge: James Settle • Field judge: Mike McCabe • Side judge: Brad Judge
  • TV announcers (Fox Sports 1): Justin Kutcher, James Bates & Brady Poppinga
  • http://pac-12.com/content/football-statistics
Game information
First Quarter
  • ORE – De'Anthony Thomas 8-yard pass from Marcus Mariota (Matt Wogan kick)
  • ORE – Wogan 31-yard field goal
Second Quarter
  • UTAH – Jake Murphy 34-yard pass from Adam Schulz (Andy Phillips kick)
  • ORE – Josh Huff 5-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
Third Quarter
  • UTAH – Schulz 4-yard run (Phillips kick)
  • ORE – Thomas 86-yard kick return (Wogan kick missed)
  • ORE – John Mundt 14-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
  • ORE – Byron Marshall 17-yard run (Wogan kick)
Fourth Quarter
  • ORE – Marshall 16-yard run (Wogan kick)
  • UTAH – Bubba Poole 10-yard run (Phillips kick)
  • Oregon leads the series with Utah 18–8 (.692). The series began in 1933 at Oregon, Oregon 23, Utah 7. The last meeting was the 2009 game at Oregon, Oregon 31, Utah 24.

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  • Following Oregon's win against Utah, in other Pac-12 play, the USC Trojans beat the Stanford Cardinal in Los Angeles, thereby putting Oregon back into first place in the Pac-12 North Division.
Top Passers
  • UTAH – Adam Schulz, 13–30, 181 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 19–26, 288 yards, 3 TD
Top Rushers
  • UTAH – Bubba Poole, 18 attempts, 54 yards, 1 TD
  • ORE – Byron Marshall, 11 attempts, 66 yards, 2 TD
Top Receiving
  • UTAH – Dres Anderson, 4 receptions, 37 yards
  • ORE – Bralon Addison, 4 receptions, 67 yards
Top Tackler
  • UTAH – Eric Rowe, 9 total, 3 solo, 0.5 TFL, 0.5 sack
  • ORE – Avery Patterson, 7 total, 6 solo

Arizona[edit]

#5 Oregon at Arizona – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
#5 Oregon 3 6 0 7 16
Arizona 14 14 7 7 42

at Arizona StadiumTucson, AZ

  • Date: November 23rd, 2013
  • Game time: 12:37 PM PST
  • Game weather: Temperature: 50 °F (10 °C) • Wind: ENE 12 • Weather: Overcast, rain
  • Game attendance: 45,777
  • Referee: Land Clark • Umpire: Matt Jordan • Linesman: Bart Longson • Line judge: Rich Troyer • Back judge: Chris Coyte • Field judge: Mich Mothershed • Side judge: Bernie Hulscher
  • TV announcers (ABC/ESPN2): Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham & Jeannine Edwards
  • http://pac-12.com/content/football-statistics
Game information
First Quarter
  • ARI – Ka'Deem Carey 6-yard run (Jake Smith kick)
  • ARI – Nate Phillips 9-yard pass from B.J. Denker (Smith kick)
  • ORE – Matt Wogan 33-yard field goal
Second Quarter
  • ARI – Terrence Miller 5-yard pass from Denker (Smith kick)
  • ORE – Pharoah Brown 1-yard pass from Marcus Mariota (2-point conversion attempt failed)
  • ARI – Carey 1-yard run (Smith kick)
Third Quarter
  • ARI – Carey 9-yard run (Smith kick)
Fourth Quarter
  • ORE – Josh Huff 2-yard pass from Mariota (Wogan kick)
  • ARI – Carey 1-yard run
  • Oregon leads the series with Arizona 24–14 (.632). The series began in 1937 at Arizona, Arizona 20, Oregon 6. The last meeting was the 2012 game at Oregon, Oregon 49, Arizona 0.

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  • In this game, Oregon starting quarterback Marcus Mariota ended his streak of consecutive passes thrown without an interception at 353 consecutive passes, dating back to the 2012 Stanford game. In total he threw two interceptions against Arizona, the first on the first offensive play of the game and the second late in the fourth quarter.
Top Passers
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 27–41, 308 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT
  • ARI – B.J. Denker, 19–22, 178 yards, 2 TD
Top Rushers
  • ORE – De'Anthony Thomas, 16 attempts, 83 yards
  • ARI – Ka'Deem Carey, 48 attempts, 206 yards, 4 TD
Top Receiving
  • ORE – De'Anthony Thomas 6 receptions, 74 yards
  • ARI – Terrence Miller, 9 receptions, 88 yards, 1 TD
Top Tackler
  • ORE – Derrick Malone, 12 total, 2 solo
  • ARI – Jake Fischer, 14 total, 8 solo, 1 TFL

Oregon State – 117th Civil War[edit]

Oregon State at #10 Oregon – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Oregon State 0 17 3 15 35
#12 Oregon 14 3 7 12 36

at Autzen Stadium • Eugene, OR

  • Date: November 29th, 2013
  • Game time: 4:07 PM PST
  • Game weather: Temperature: 47 °F (8 °C) • Wind: NE 5 • Weather: Cloudy
  • Game attendance: 58,330
  • Referee: Jack Folliard • Umpire: Douglas Wilson • Linesman: Dan Antonietti • Line judge: Steven Kovac • Back judge: Steve Steichen • Field judge: Kevin Kieser • Side judge: Mearl Robinson
  • TV announcers (Fox Sports 1): Justin Kutcher, James Bates & Brady Poppinga
  • http://pac-12.com/content/football-statistics
Game information
First Quarter
  • ORE – De'Anthony Thomas 5-yard run (Matt Wogan kick)
  • ORE – Thomas Tyner 13-yard run (Wogan kick)
Second Quarter
  • OSU – Storm Woods 2-yard run (Trevor Romaine kick)
  • ORE – Wogan 20-yard field goal
  • OSU – Romaine 18-yard field goal
  • OSU – Terron Ward 6-yard pass from Sean Mannion (Romaine kick)
Third Quarter
  • OSU – Romaine 47-yard field goal
  • ORE – Josh Huff 28-yard pass from Marcus Mariota (Wogan kick)
Fourth Quarter
  • OSU – Romaine 37-yard field goal
  • OSU – Tyler Anderson 4-yard pass from Mannion (2-point conversion attempt failed)
  • ORE – Huff 12-yard pass from Mariota (2-point conversion attempt failed)
  • OSU – Victor Bolden 25-yard run (2-point conversion attempt failed)
  • ORE – Huff 12-yard pass from Mariota (2-point conversion attempt failed)
  • Oregon leads the Civil War series with Oregon State 60–46–10 (.560). The series began in 1894 at Oregon Agricultural College,[35] OAC 16, Oregon 0. The last meeting was the 2012 game at Oregon State, Oregon 48, Oregon State 24.[36]
  • Prior to this game, Oregon has won the Civil War for 5 consecutive years, the streak of 5 wins is tied with the 1949–1953 Beavers for 2nd longest win streak by either team in the series. The longest win streak in the series by either team is also a tie, at 8 years, between the 1975–1982 Ducks and the 1964–1971 Beavers, respectively. The longest streak without a loss by either team is 13 years by Oregon from 1975 to 1987, with 1983 being a 0–0 tie.
  • With this win Oregon has achieved at least 10 wins for six consecutive years.
Top Passers
  • OSU – Sean Mannion, 29–47, 314 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 17–34, 285 yards, 3 TD, 2 INT
Top Rushers
  • OSU – Terron Ward, 17 attempts, 145 yards
  • ORE – Thomas Tyner, 22 attempts, 140 yards, 1 TD
Top Receiving
  • OSU – Brandin Cooks, 10 receptions, 110 yards
  • ORE – Josh Huff, 9 receptions, 186 yards, 3 TD
Top Tackler
  • OSU – D.J. Alexander, 11 total, 7 solo, 1 forced fumble
  • ORE – Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, 12 total, 12 solo, 1 INT, 3 passes defended

Texas – Alamo Bowl[edit]

#10 Oregon vs. Texas – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
#10 Oregon 10 10 3 7 30
Texas 7 0 0 0 7

at AlamodomeSan Antonio, TX

Game information
First Quarter
  • ORE – Avery Patterson 37-yard interception return (Matt Wogan kick)
  • ORE – Wogan 25-yard field goal
  • TEX – Case McCoy 1-yard run (Anthony Fera kick)
Second Quarter
  • ORE – Wogan 32-yard field goal
  • ORE – Josh Huff 16 yard-pass from Marcus Mariota (Wogan kick)
Third Quarter
  • ORE – Wogan 39-yard field goal
Fourth Quarter
  • ORE – Derrick Malone 38-yard interception return (Wogan kick)
  • Texas leads the series with Oregon 4–1 (.800). The series began in 1941 at Texas, Texas 71, Oregon 7. The last meeting was the 2000 Holiday Bowl, Oregon 35, Texas 30.[37]
Top Passers
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 18–26, 253 yards, 1 TD
  • TEX – Case McCoy, 8–17, 48 yards, 2 INT
Top Rushers
  • ORE – Marcus Mariota, 15 attempts, 134 yards
  • TEX – Malcolm Brown, 26 attempts, 130 yards
Top Receiving
  • ORE – Josh Huff, 5 receptions, 104 yards, 1 TD
  • TEX – Joe Bergeron, 2 receptions, 16 yards
Top Tackler
  • ORE – Taylor Hart, 11 tackles, 3 solo, 1 TFL, 0.5 sacks
  • TEX – Peter Jinkens, 9 tackles, 5 solo

Rankings[edit]

Ranking movements
Legend: ██ Increase in ranking. ██ Decrease in ranking.
NR = Not ranked. RV = Received votes. ( ) = First place votes.
Week
Poll Pre 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Final 
AP 3 2 2 (1) 2 (1) 2 (4) 2 (5) 2 (5) 2 (5) 2 (3) 2 (3) 2 (2) 6 5 12 12 10 9 
Coaches' 3 3 2 (1) 2 (1) 2 (3) 2 (2) 2 (4) 2 (3) 2 (4) 2 (6) 2 (5) 7 5 12 12 12 9 
Harris Not released 2 (10) 2 (8) 2 (10) 2 (8) 6 5 12 12 12 Not released 
BCS Not released 3 2 3 6 5 13 12 10 Not released

After the Season[edit]

Team Records Broken[edit]

Total Offense – Team

YR GP YDS AVG
New 2013 Oregon Ducks 13 7,345 565
Old 2011 Oregon Ducks 14 7,319 522.8

Total Offense – Single Season

YR NAME POS PLAYS P.YDS Ru.YDS TD YDS AVG
New 2013 Marcus Mariota QB 482 3,665 715 40 4,380 9.1
Old 1998 Akili Smith QB 442 3,763 184 36 3,947 8.9

Receiving Yards – Single Season

YR NAME POS REC YDS AVG TD
New 2013 Josh Huff WR 62 1,140 18.4 12
Old 1970 Bob Newland WR 67 1,123 16.6 7

Kickoff Return Yards – Career

YRS NAME POS RTN YDS AVG
New 2011–2013 De'Anthony Thomas RB 73 1,885 25.8
Old 1979–1982 Steve Brown CB 78 1,868 23.9

Players Drafted[edit]

The following Oregon players were selected in the 2014 NFL Draft.

No. Player Class Pos. Round Pick Team
 1 Josh Huff SR WR 3 86 Philadelphia Eagles
 6 De'Anthony Thomas JR RB 4 124 Kansas City Chiefs
66 Taylor Hart SR DT 5 141 Philadelphia Eagles
27 Terrance Mitchell JR CB 7 254 Dallas Cowboys

Statistics[edit]

Team[edit]

Offense[edit]

Defense[edit]

Key: POS: Position, SOLO: Solo Tackles, AST: Assisted Tackles, TOT: Total Tackles, TFL: Tackles-for-loss, SACK: Quarterback Sacks, INT: Interceptions, BU: Passes Broken Up, PD: Passes Defended, QBH: Quarterback Hits, FF: Forced Fumbles, FR: Fumbles Recovered, BLK: Kicks or Punts Blocked, SAF: Safeties

Special Teams[edit]

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Notes[edit]

  • October 6, 2013 – Colt Lyerla, the starting tight end at the beginning of the season, quits the team "for his own benefit".[39]
  • October 19, 2013 – Following a 62–38 win over Washington State, in which Washington State attempted an NCAA record 89 passes, Oregon Defensive Coordinator Nick Aliotti, during his post-game talk with the press, said the following:
"That's total (B.S.) that he threw the ball at the end of the game like he did, and you can print that and you can send it to him, and he can comment, too. I think it's low class and it's (B.S.) to throw the ball when the game is completely over against our kids that are basically our scout team."[40]
  • October 20, 2013 – Oregon Defensive Coordinator Nick Aliotti publicly apologizes for his comments regarding Washington State made the previous evening.[41]
  • October 21, 2013 – The Pac-12 Conference reprimands Oregon Defensive Coordinator Nick Aliotti and fines him $5,000 for comments made about Washington State on October 19.[41]
  • October 23, 2013 – Colt Lyerla is arrested for possession of cocaine and interfering with a police officer.[42]
  • December 3, 2013 – Starting quarterback Marcus Mariota (RSo.) and starting center Hroniss Grasu (Jr.) announce that they will bypass the NFL Draft and return for the 2014 season.[43]
  • December 7, 2013 – Starting defensive end Tony Washington (Jr.) and starting linebacker Derrick Malone (Jr.) announce that they will bypass the NFL Draft and return for the 2014 season.
  • December 10, 2013 – Starting tight end Pharoah Brown is suspended for the Alamo Bowl due to his role in a campus snowball fight on December 6 that got out of hand.[44]
  • December 13, 2013 – Defensive back Troy Hill is suspended from all football-related activities after being arrested for fourth-degree assault, menacing and strangulation.[45]
  • December 16, 2013 – Troy Hill is arraigned on lesser charges of menacing and criminal mischief; he enters a plea of not guilty.[46]
  • December 27, 2013 – Oregon Defensive Coordinator Nick Aliotti announces that he will retire following the Alamo Bowl. Aliotti played the running back position at UC Davis from 1972 to 1976; in 1978 he got his first coaching job as a graduate assistant at the University of Oregon under coach Rich Brooks. From 1980 to 1983, he was the running backs coach at Oregon State under coach Joe Avezzano. He then took a coaching job under future Oregon coach Mike Bellotti, as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Chico State from 1984 to 1987. He followed Bellotti to Oregon in 1988, coaching outside linebackers from 1988 to 1992 and rising to the defensive coordinator's job from 1993 to 1994. Following the 1994 Rose Bowl Season, he followed Oregon head coach Rich Brooks to the NFL, coaching special teams for him with the Saint Louis Rams from 1995 to 1997. After Brooks left the Rams, Aliotti returned to college coaching, as the defensive coordinator for UCLA in 1998. In 1999, Bellotti lured Aliotti back to Oregon, where he has coached as the defensive coordinator ever since.[47]
  • January 3, 2014 – Starting cornerback Terrance Mitchell (Jr.) announces that he is forgoing his senior year and declaring early eligibility for the NFL Draft.[48]
  • January 5, 2014 – Starting running back De'Anthony Thomas (Jr.) announces that he will forgo his senior year and enter the NFL Draft.[49]
  • January 6, 2014 – Starting cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu (Jr.) announces that he will bypass the NFL Draft and return to Oregon for his senior season.[50]

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