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OREGON (9 - 1) at ARIZONA (6 - 4)
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Week 13 Saturday, 11/23/2013 3:30 PM
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OREGON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games9-1-37-36-450.927.4580.2(7.8)
Road Games3-1-33-12-245.223.0563.7(7.4)
Last 3 Games2-1-41-21-235.310.3433.3(6.4)1.320.312.7319.0(4.3)1.0
Turf Games7-0+15-24-353.329.0596.9(8)
Conference Games6-1-34-33-446.424.3540.9(7.1)1.722.112.6370.1(4.6)2.4
OREGON - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)50.927.426.825:2544-286(6.5)19-3063.8%294(9.7)75-580(7.8)(11.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.32.717.922.630:4741-197(4.9)20-3459.6%247(7.2)75-444(5.9)(13.6)
Offense Road Games45.223.025.726:0744-256(5.8)19-3260.9%307(9.6)76-564(7.4)(12.5)
Defense (All Games)18.210.820.234:3541-144(3.5)21-3955.3%211(5.5)80-355(4.4)(19.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2714.421.330:1338-159(4.2)22-3758.7%250(6.7)75-409(5.5)(15.2)
Defense Road Games19.012.519.733:5246-171(3.7)17-3154.8%185(5.9)77-356(4.6)(18.7)

ARIZONA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-4-3.84-53-733.018.6452.5(5.7)
Home Games3-2-4.82-20-530.216.4420.6(5.7)1.418.48.8374.8(4.9)1.8
Last 3 Games1-2-4.80-30-325.314.3422.7(5)1.327.715.0438.3(5.5)1.3
Turf Games5-3-3.83-41-731.919.0418.4(5.3)
Conference Games3-4-4.82-52-528.414.7461.7(5.5)1.428.014.9421.1(5.4)1.1
ARIZONA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)33.018.623.428:1548-264(5.5)18-3159.3%189(6.1)79-452(5.7)(13.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.30.516.52129:0139-189(4.8)19-3259.7%230(7.1)72-419(5.8)(13.7)
Offense Home Games30.216.422.625:4046-261(5.6)17-2764.4%160(5.9)73-421(5.7)(13.9)
Defense (All Games)22.211.620.731:2839-163(4.1)21-3757.9%224(6.1)76-388(5.1)(17.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.51421.631:5737-152(4.1)23-3861.3%259(6.9)75-411(5.5)(15.5)
Defense Home Games18.48.820.634:2037-144(3.9)25-3963.4%231(6)76-375(4.9)(20.4)
Average power rating of opponents played: OREGON 33.8,  ARIZONA 32.4
OREGON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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 ST62-38W-40L71.5O44-38324-33-336312-258-89-5575
11/7/2013@ STANFORD20-26L-10L60U24-6220-34-250266-2747-13-1030
11/23/2013@ ARIZONA            
11/29/2013OREGON ST            

ARIZONA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/28/2013@ WASHINGTON13-31L8.5L60.5U49-19914-37-119261-24414-25-1651
10/10/2013@ USC31-38L5.5L48.5O33-14528-44-363045-24915-30-2970
10/26/2013@ COLORADO44-20W-13W59O50-40521-32-265242-13717-33-2121
11/2/2013@ CALIFORNIA33-28W-14.5L67.5U51-18724-38-261026-13034-56-2892
11/16/2013WASHINGTON ST17-24L-11L63U45-19526-38-200227-10139-53-3191
11/30/2013@ ARIZONA ST            
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.
ARIZONA: The Rich Rodriguez era got off to an 8-5 start, but the Wildcats surrendered 49.6 PPG in five defeats. The potent offense (526 YPG, 7th in FBS) has the nation's top rusher, RB Ka'Deem Carey (1,929 rush yds, 6.4 YPC, 23 TD), but the will sorely miss star WR Austin Hill (1,364 rec. yds) who tore his ACL in the spring. QBs B.J. Denker (259 pass yds, 3 TD, 1 INT) and JUCO Jesse Scroggins have so-so options in WRs David Richards (298 rec. yds, 3 TD) and Garic Wharton (264 rec. yds, 2 TD). The atrocious 3-3-5 defense (499 YPG, 3rd-worst in FBS) remains virtually intact. NT Tevin Hood (26 tackles) anchors a weak front four, but LBs Jake Fischer (119 tackles, 3 FF) and Marquis Flowers (5.5 sacks, 100 tackles) are reliable. DB Tra'Mayne Bondurant (74 tackles, 11.5 TFL) and CB Shaquille Richardson (14 PD) should improve.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (OREGON-ARIZONA) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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*Oregon-Arizona Preview* ========================

By ANNE M. PETERSON AP Sports Writer

No. 5 Oregon (9-1) at Arizona (6-4), 3:30 p.m. EDT

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- Marcus Mariota has been right all along: The No. 5 Oregon Ducks just need to play out their season. In December they'll see where they land.

Case in point: The developments this weekend, when Oregon defeated Utah 44-21 a few hours before USC upset Stanford 20-17. The loss for the Cardinal popped Oregon back atop the Pac-12 North.

Should the Ducks win their next two games, they'll earn a spot in the Pac-12 championship game for a shot at the Rose Bowl. As for anything else, well, that's out of Oregon's control.

"We just try and focus on what we have here. We know what we're capable of doing," Mariota said. "Like we always say, we'll continue to push through it and in December we'll pick up our heads and see where we're at."

While the Ducks are dedicated to taking care of their own business, there are still lingering questions surrounding Mariota and the health of his left knee.

It is believed that Mariota was injured a few weeks ago against UCLA. He played with a brace and appeared to be limited two weeks ago in Oregon's 26-20 loss at Stanford, which dropped the then-No. 2 Ducks out of a straight shot to the national championship and appeared at the time to deal a blow to a possible conference championship.

Oregon (9-1, 6-1) rebounded with the win over the Utes, who were hobbled by the loss of starting quarterback Travis Wilson to a concussion. Again, Mariota appeared limited, finishing with negative yardage on the ground after he was sacked three times.

Because Oregon doesn't discuss injuries, there's no way of knowing how serious the injury was - or is. Mariota was still practicing with the brace this week although he may be able to play without it this weekend at Arizona (6-4, 3-4).

While Mariota admits the brace is a bit restrictive, he maintains that his scrambling has mostly been impacted by what opposing defenses have shown, and the Ducks calling for fewer read-option plays in response.

Mariota has rushed for 477 yards this season, good for third on the team, with nine touchdowns. But more importantly, he's thrown for 25 touchdowns and no interceptions.

The Wildcats are coming off a 24-17 loss at home to Washington State. Cougars quarterback Connor Halliday threw 25 yards to Isiah Myers for the tie-breaking touchdown with 2:15 left and Arizona fell short at the end.

Arizona's Ka'Deem Carey scored two touchdowns, one on a 30-yard run and one on a 7-yard catch, and he had his 13th consecutive 100-yard rushing game, gaining 132 yards in 26 attempts. Carey is the nation's second-leading rusher at 150.3 yards per game.

Prepping for the Wildcats, the Ducks were understandably happy about the turn of events in the Pac-12. The Cardinal now have two conference losses, compared to Oregon's one.

No. 10 Stanford hosts California in the Big Game this weekend before wrapping up the regular season out of conference against Notre Dame. After Arizona, Oregon comes home to face Oregon State in the annual Civil War.

As for the Pac-12 championship game between the top finishers in the league's North and South divisions, BCS standings determine who gets home field.

"In meetings - obviously, guys were excited," Mariota said about the Ducks' return to work this week following the weekend's events. "Coach (Mark) Helfrich came out and told us, `Control it, and make sure you don't get too excited and overlook anything."'

Said Helfrich: "Obviously, our guys know what happened. It's further evidence that we need to handle our business."

Mariota said he watched USC's big win with his dad at Red Robin following Oregon's victory over the Utes.

"Just to see the community get excited, and for me personally to have the opportunity to play in the Pac-12 championship, is huge," Mariota said. "But we can't overlook things. We can't slip up and look past Arizona."

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