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WASHINGTON ST (4 - 3) at OREGON (6 - 0)
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Week 8 Saturday, 10/19/2013 10:00 PM
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WASHINGTON ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-3+4.25-23-329.916.9413.3(5.6)2.925.313.0400.6(5.5)2.3
Road Games2-2+5.23-11-223.713.0407.2(5.2)2.228.716.0433.5(6)2.2
Last 3 Games1-2-11-22-028.311.3442.0(5.5)
Turf Games3-2-13-23-135.018.0441.4(6)2.827.811.8443.0(5.9)2.6
Conference Games2-2+5.22-22-123.710.2387.0(5.1)
WASHINGTON ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)29.916.922.027:3119-66(3.5)34-5461.9%347(6.4)73-413(5.6)(13.8)
Opponents Defensive Avg.30.815.821.428:0734-151(4.5)23-3861.4%275(7.2)72-426(5.9)(13.8)
Offense Road Games23.713.022.230:0520-57(2.9)35-5960.0%350(6)78-407(5.2)(17.1)
Defense (All Games)25.313.019.332:2938-144(3.8)21-3461.5%257(7.5)72-401(5.5)(15.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.28.414.920.732:4639-161(4.1)21-3460.9%256(7.5)73-416(5.7)(14.6)
Defense Road Games28.716.019.029:5439-188(4.8)18-3355.0%245(7.5)72-433(6)(15.1)

OREGON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-0+16-04-256.834.8630.5(8.1)0.813.87.7338.7(4.2)2.7
Home Games3-003-02-160.039.0613.3(8.3)0.711.04.3328.0(4)2.7
Last 3 Games3-0+13-01-252.335.0589.0(7)1.718.78.7358.3(4.5)3.0
Turf Games4-0+14-02-256.234.5617.7(8.2)0.514.25.0340.0(4.2)2.5
Conference Games3-0+13-01-252.335.0589.0(7)1.718.78.7358.3(4.5)3.0
OREGON - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)56.834.828.026:4548-324(6.8)18-3060.8%306(10.2)78-630(8.1)(11.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.35.520.322.930:3141-209(5.2)19-3554.8%251(7.2)75-460(6.1)(13)
Offense Home Games60.039.027.324:2945-327(7.3)17-2959.8%287(9.9)74-613(8.3)(10.2)
Defense (All Games)13.87.718.333:1540-138(3.4)20-3952.1%201(5.1)80-339(4.2)(24.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.213.52230:2941-170(4.2)21-3856.8%247(6.6)78-417(5.3)(16.5)
Defense Home Games11.04.318.735:3142-138(3.3)20-4149.6%190(4.6)83-328(4)(29.8)
Average power rating of opponents played: WASHINGTON ST 32.1,  OREGON 28
WASHINGTON ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
8/31/2013@ AUBURN24-31L14W60U23-12035-65-344345-29710-20-991
9/7/2013@ USC10-7W16W53.5U22-726-38-215342-13911-21-542
9/14/2013S UTAH48-10W-21W48O17-5435-48-410134-7322-30-1463
10/5/2013@ CALIFORNIA44-22W-2.5W66P21-4941-67-521129-7934-62-5065
10/12/2013OREGON ST24-52L2.5L62O22-11329-55-270628-10235-53-4962
10/19/2013@ OREGON            
10/31/2013ARIZONA ST            
11/16/2013@ ARIZONA            

OREGON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
8/31/2013NICHOLLS ST66-3W-59.5W66.5O45-50015-26-272037-8725-50-2562
9/7/2013@ VIRGINIA59-10W-26W59.5O40-35015-29-207039-12431-47-1744
10/5/2013@ COLORADO57-16W-37.5W69O62-34919-34-406336-9412-34-2802
10/12/2013@ WASHINGTON45-24W-11W75.5U50-26524-31-366042-19419-32-1822
10/19/2013WASHINGTON ST            
11/7/2013@ STANFORD            
WASHINGTON ST: The Cougars won just one Pac-12 game under Mike Leach, taking the Apple Cup over Washington in overtime to cap the season. If QB Connor Halliday (15 TD, 13 INT) falters again with the Air Raid offense, Leach will put in redshirt freshman Austin Apodaca. WRs Gabe Marks (560 rec. yds, 2 TD) is the standout amongst a deep receiving group. WSU had the worst rushing offense in the nation (29 YPG, 1.4 YPC) and the offensive line allowed an FBS-most 57 sacks. RB Teondray Caldwell (269 rush yds, 4.8 YPC) is the best runner the Cougars have to offer. The 101st-ranked scoring defense (33.7 PPG) has a chance to improve with plenty of returnees. DTs Toni Pole (5.5 TFL) and Xavier Cooper (3 sacks) are both 300 pounds, and LBs Darryl Monroe (80 tackles, 3 sacks) and Cyrus Coen (60 tackles, 12 TFL, 3 INT) make plays. Star SS Deone Bucannon (106 tackles, 4 INT) has no real weakness.
OREGON: The Ducks were 12-1 last year with the lone loss coming to Stanford in overtime. When Chip Kelly left, OC Mark Helfrich was promoted and his offense (49.5 PPG, 2nd in FBS; 538 YPG, 5th in FBS) could throw more. Two of the nation's best players return in QB Marcus Mariota (2,677 pass yds, 32 TD, 6 INT; 752 rush yds, 5 TD) and RB De'Anthony Thomas (701 rush yds, 7.6 YPC; 445 rec. yds; 18 total TD). RBs Byron Marshall (447 rush yds, 4 TD) and freshman Thomas Tyner will also share in the nation's No. 3 rushing attack (315 YPG). WR Josh Huff (493 rec. yds, 7 TD) and TE Colt Lyeria (7 total TD) are both polished. Oregon led FBS with 40 takeaways, and brings back DE Taylor Hart (8 sacks) to anchor a stout D-Line and elite CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu (4 INT, 16 PD, 6 FF) to lead the secondary. The linebackers are green though.
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*Washington St.-Oregon Preview* ===============================


Washington State (4-3) at No. 4 Oregon (6-0), 10:00 p.m. EDT

Oregon conquered its first true test of the season with an impressive road victory its last time out, and with two more premier Pac-12 matchups in the coming weeks, the Ducks must stay focused on a lesser Washington State team.

Second-ranked Oregon looks for a seventh consecutive win in the series when it hosts the Cougars on Saturday night.

After defeating their first five opponents by a combined score of 296-59, a 45-24 win at then-No. 16 Washington last Saturday was a close call in relative terms for the Ducks (6-0, 3-0).

Oregon led 31-24 at the end of the third quarter, requiring quarterback Marcus Mariota to take his first fourth-quarter snaps of the season. He finished with 454 total yards - his second-most ever - and four total touchdowns, improving his season total to 25 with no turnovers.

Mariota recorded a 208.5 passer rating against a Huskies defense that was limiting opponents to an 81.5 rating.

"He was awesome," coach Mark Helfrich said. "He played really smart and very productive. A bunch of guys made a bunch of plays for him, too."

Pac-12 showdowns against No. 9 UCLA and No. 13 Stanford await after Saturday's game, which appears to be a mismatch.

Oregon ranks second nationally with 630.5 yards per game, while Washington State's defense is eighth in the conference, surrendering an average of 400.3. The Cougars are also up against the league's top scoring defense with the Ducks allowing 13.8 points per game.

Washington State has lost its last seven road games against top 10 teams, though the last victory was 55-16 at Oregon on Sept. 27, 2003.

But Mariota doesn't want to hear it, particularly after seeing the Cardinal fall eight spots in the rankings following a 27-21 loss at Utah last week. One conference loss was enough to eliminate the Ducks from the national title race each of the last two seasons.

"Guys understand that for the last couple years we've let one go," Mariota told the team's official website. "Guys don't want to have that happen again, so guys have the right mindset."

Mariota is likely especially wary after throwing two interceptions in a 32-21 win over the Cougars last year - the only time he's thrown multiple picks in 19 career games.

Washington State (4-3, 2-2) is trying to bounce back after a late collapse in a 52-24 home loss to Oregon State last Saturday. The Cougars held a 24-17 edge late in the third quarter before surrendering five unanswered touchdowns.

"Coming off this loss, we are more hungry and humbled," linebacker Darryl Monroe said. "We have to go out and get a win."

Connor Halliday was picked off on three of four pass attempts at one point in the second half, part of a string of five straight Washington State possessions that ended with turnovers.

Coach Mike Leach said Halliday remains the team's starter, though his 13 interceptions are the FBS' most. This week should provide an even greater challenge as Oregon is fifth nationally with a 94.3 defensive passer rating.

"All quarterbacks have a bad game, or one like that," Leach said. "He had a bad fourth quarter, but we have a whole team that had a bad fourth quarter."

Oregon is unsure whether it will see the return of running back De'Anthony Thomas, who hasn't played since spraining his ankle on the opening kickoff of a 55-16 victory over California on Sept. 28. Fill-in Byron Marshall has rushed for 358 yards in Thomas' absence, 11th-most in the country during that span.

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