IN NEW AP COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLL, OREGON JUMPS ONE SPOT TO NO. 15 – Pac-12 Conference Features Five Teams in Top 25

Following a dominating 77-6 win over Nevada in its home opener, Oregon ( 1-1 ) moved up one spot to No. 15 in Sunday’s latest Associated Press Top 25.

The Ducks also moved up one spot to No. 16 in the Amway Coaches Poll.

Oregon’s win over the Wolf Pack, who defeated Purdue in week one, marked its 15th consecutive home opening win and 10th straight home opener that it has scored 50 or more points.

Saturday’s game against Montana will mark the 11th game that the Ducks have played as a ranked team under head coach Mario Cristobal.

Kickoff is slated for 7:45 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.

A total of five Pac-12 teams are in the AP Top 25, good for the second-most by a conference behind the SEC (6).

 

Team Notables vs. Nevada

» Extended home non-conference winning streak to 24 games.

» Averaging 58.5 points per game in the last 15 home openers.

» Tied a program modern era record with 77 points.

» Equaled the Autzen Stadium scoring record.

» Had 11 different players score a TD for the first time in modern era school history.

» Surpassed 500 yards of total offense in a home opener for the 10th straight time.

» Defense has allowed a TD in just two of the last 12 quarters dating back to last season.

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