Postgame Notebook - No. 12 Oregon vs. Oregon State
Postgame Notebook • No. 12 Oregon vs. Oregon State, Nov. 29, 2013
•SR WR Josh Huff's 186-yard receiving performance ranks 10th in a single-game in Oregon history. Huff's 186 yards were a career high as were his 9 receptions and 3 touchdowns.
•Huff's 57 catches this season rank eighth and his 1,036 yards are tied for seventh in a single-season at Oregon, while his 139 career grabs are eighth all-time as are his 2,262 career yards.
•Huff now has 23 career touchdowns, the fourth-most at Oregon (three players are tied for first with 24). His 11 this year are second in a single season.
•The Ducks recorded 10 wins for a sixth straight season, which is tied for the seventh-longest streak in modern college football history.
•JR CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu had a game-high 12 tackles - all solo - 3 pass breakups and an interception.
•Oregon finished the regular season unbeaten at Autzen Stadium (7-0) for the first time since 2010.
•SO QB Marcus Mariota tossed at least one touchdown pass for the 25th straight game (every game of his career), which is the third-longest active streak in the FBS.
•Mariota's 39 total touchdowns (30 passing, 9 rushing) and 3,994 yards of total offense are the most in a single season at Oregon.
•FR RB Thomas Tyner made his first career start and rushed for a career-high 140 yards on 22 carries, including a touchdown. It was the first 100-yard rushing game of his career.
•The Ducks won their sixth straight Civil War, UO's second-longest winning streak in the series (8 from 1975-82).
•JR RB De'Anthony Thomas posted a game-high in all-purpose yards for the second straight contest, finishing with 218 (88 rushing, 130 kick returning). His first-quarter touchdown moved him past Derek Loville (1986-89) into fourth on UO's career scoring list with 278 points.
•JR S Erick Dargan and JR CB Troy Hill were suspended for the game due to a violation of team rules.
•SO RB Byron Marshall, Oregon's leading rusher, missed his first game of the season due to injury.
•Mark Helfrich is now one win shy of equaling the Pac-12 record for victories by a first-year head coach.