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7:00 PM PT8:00 PM MT9:00 PM CT10:00 PM ET2:00 AM GMT10:00 AM 北京时间7:00 PM MST9:00 PM EST, Oct. 19, 2013
Autzen Stadium, Eugene, Oregon  Attendance: 56,949

Washington State Cougars at Oregon Ducks

  1. After taking the last six matchups, Oregon now leads the all-time series with the Cougars 45-38-7. Washington State hasn't won in Eugene since 2003 -- a 55-16 upset over then-No. 10 Oregon.
  2. The Cougars come into the game averaging the eighth-most passing yards in the FBS (346.8). Oregon has only allowed 338.7 total yards per game -- 18th-fewest in the FBS.
  3. Both of these teams have forced 16 turnovers this season -- tied for seventh-most in the FBS. While Oregon led the FBS in 2012 with 41 takeaways, Washington State only had 21 in 12 games last season.
  4. Between Jeremiah Laufasa (six), Teondray Caldwell (one), and Marcus Mason (one), the Cougars have already racked up eight rushing touchdowns this year -- two more than they managed last season.
  5. Oregon did not have any receiver with 500 receiving yards last season. Through six games this season, they already have two: Josh Huff (552) and Bralon Addison (502).
  6. In place of De'Anthony Thomas, Bryon Marshall has stepped in with three consecutive 100-yard rushing games. His 90 rushes and 554 rushing yards lead the team.
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