Postgame Notebook - No. 6 Oregon vs. Utah
Postgame Notebook • No. 6 Oregon vs. Utah, Nov. 16, 2013
•With 4 receptions for 57 yards, SR WR Josh Huff moved into ninth place on Oregon career list with 127. Huff also became the tenth UO receiver in history with 2,000 career yards (2,028).
•SO QB Marcus Mariota extended his Pac-12 record streak of pass attempts without an interception to 353. The old mark was 216 by USC's Brad Otton from 1994-95.
•Mariota is now the NCAA career leader in interception percentage at 0.97% (600 or more attempts). He could throw an INT on his next two attempts and still lead.
•Mariota passed Darron Thomas (2008-11) for sixth on UO's career list for total offense and now has 6,725 yards.
•Mariota, who finished with 3 touchdown passes, has thrown for at least one score in all 23 games of his career.
•JR all-purpose threat De'Anthony Thomas scored his fourth career touchdown on a kickoff return, running back a third-quarter kick 86 yards. It was the fourth kickoff return for touchdown of his career, extending his own Oregon record.
•Thomas also had a receiving touchdown, giving him 45 total touchdowns in his UO career, tying Derek Loville (1986-89) for third-most
•JR CB Terrance Mitchell made his team-leading fifth interception of the season, which proved to be the only turnover by either team in the game.
•The crowd of 56,481 marked the 95th straight sellout at Autzen Stadium - the third-longest streak in college football.
•The game was the first between Oregon and Utah as conference opponents. The Ducks now lead the all-time series 19-8.
•JR WR Keanon Lowe, who had started the first nine games of the season, did not play.