SUNDAY NOTEBOOK; Team, Position & Player Notes and a Final Look at Oregon’s 34-6 Victory Over Arizona

TEAM

» Clinched the Pac-12 North title for the first time since 2014.
» Off to a 7-0 start in conference play for the first time since 2012.
» Is the first Pac-12 team to start league play 7-0 since Stanford in 2015.
» Current nine-game winning streak is the fourth-longest nationally.
» On its longest winning streak since a nine-game stretch in 2014.
» Has won 12 of its last 13 games dating back to last season.
» Has won 30 of its last 33 games as a ranked team in Autzen Stadium.
» Improved head coach Mario Cristobal to 12-1 in games in Autzen Stadium.
» On an eight game conference win streak, its longest since winning nine straight league games between 2011 and 2012.
» Won its 16th in its last 19 games as a top-10 team.
» Scored a TD in 32 of the last 36 quarters over the last nine games.
» Outscoring opponents 357-121 (39.7-13.4) in the last nine games, including 183-41 in the second half.
» Outscoring opponents 245-60 (40.8-10.0) in six home games this year, including 127-24 in the second half.
» Have now had 19 different players score a TD this year after Travis Dye found the end zone on a 33-yard catch and run.

DEFENSE

» Held its sixth opponent to single digits this season, marking the first time since 1960 that Oregon has held six teams to less than 10 points.
» Has held each opponent to under its season average in points scored.
» Pitched a shutout in the second half for the fourth time in six home games.
» Allowed fewer than 300 yards of total offense for the sixth time this year.
» Recorded six sacks in the game, the most since registering seven against Cal in 2017.
» Have now had 19 different players record at least half a sack, after Brandon Dorlus, Austin Faoliu, Dru Mathis and Bryson Young each got their first sacks of the year.

OFFENSE

» Averaging 41.4 points per game in the last five games.
» Is 25-for-41 (.610) on third down conversions in the last three games.
» Connected on multiple 50-plus yard TD passes for the first time since 2016 against Arizona State.

#3 WR JOHNNY JOHNSON III

» Finished with four catches for 89 yards and a TD.
» Hauled in a career-long 73-yard TD reception to put Oregon on the board on the first drive of the game.

#5 DE KAYVON THIBODEAUX

» Registered multiple sacks in a game for the second time this season, getting home for 2.0 sacks.
» Recorded a season-high three TFLs.
» Has 4.5 TFLs and 3.0 sacks in the last two games.

#6 WR JUWAN JOHNSON

» Caught five passes for 93 yards and a TD.
» 53-yard TD reception in the second quarter was the second longest reception of his career and longest TD catch.
» Has 16 receptions for 263 yards and four TDs in the last three games.

#10 QB JUSTIN HERBERT

» Completed 20-of-28 passes for 333 yards and four TDs with an INT.
» Has completed 70 percent of his passes in three straight games, connecting on 62-of-84 (73.8) over that stretch.
» Threw for 300 yards in a game for the eighth time in his career and third time this season with a season-high 333 yards.
» Has thrown four TD passes in a game four times this year and eight times in his career.
» Threw three TD passes in a game for the 16th time in his career.
» 10th career Pac-12 game with three TD passes.
» Marked his 25th career game with multiple TD passes.
» Moved into sixth in conference history in career TD passes with 91, passing Cody Kessler and Conor Halliday
» Became just the second player in Oregon history to reach 10,000 total yards for a career (Marcus Mariota) with 10,230.
» Became just the second player in school history to reach 100 total TDs for a career (Marcus Mariota) following his third TD pass of the game.
» Broke the program career record for pass attempts with 1,181.
» Completed two 50-yard passes to give him 20 for his career.
» His 73-yard TD pass to Johnny Johnson III was Oregon’s longest of the season.
» Oregon is 24-7 in his 31 starts over the last three seasons.
» Ducks are averaging 38.1 points per game in his 38 career starts.
» Oregon is 18-3 and averaging 43.7 points per game in his 21 career starts in Autzen Stadium.
» Has thrown 53 career TD passes in Autzen Stadium.
» First quarter TD pass was the 50th of his career in Autzen Stadium.

#18 TE SPENCER WEBB

» Hauled in third career TD catch with a 22-yard reception in the third quarter.
» Nine of his 16 receptions have resulted in a first down.

#26 RB TRAVIS DYE

» Led the team with 71 rushing yards on 14 carries while catching two passes for 38 yards and a TD.
» Led the team in rushing for the fourth time this season.
» Fourth-quarter TD reception was the second of his career.
» Became the 19th different Oregon player to score a TD this season.

#30 WR JAYLON REDD

» Has multiple receptions in 13 consecutive games.

#33 RB CYRUS HABIBI-LIKIO

» Scored 14th career rushing TD and 12th at home in his career.
» Has run for a TD in nine of his 13 career games in Autzen Stadium.
» Has a rushing TD in 11 of 21 career games.

#35 ILB TROY DYE

» Led the team with eight tackles while recording a sack and forced fumble.
» Moved into sole possession of sixth in school history in career TFLs with 42.0.
» Sack was his second of the season and brought his career total to 14.5.
» Has led Oregon in tackles in 21 of his 46 career games.

#54 ILB DRU MATHIS

» Recorded first career sack, getting half a sack in the fourth quarter.

#56 OLB BRYSON YOUNG

» Set a career-high with seven tackles.
» Registered first career sack.

#66 OL BRADY AIELLO

» Made first start at left tackle since redshirt freshman season in 2016.
» Second consecutive start after starting at right guard last game at USC.

#97 DT BRANDON DORLUS

» Registered first career sack

 

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