Sunday, November 6, 2011
Final: Oregon 34, Washington 17
By Ted Miller
SEATTLE -- Oregon still owns its rivalry with Washington. Now it has a chance to show it still owns the Pac-12.
The Ducks took care of the Huskies in workmanlike fashion 34-17, winning their eighth consecutive game in the bitter series.
They led just 17-10 at the half but rolled up 194 yards and 17 points in the third quarter to take control.
And it wasn't just about the offense. The Ducks defense played well, forcing three turnovers and relentlessly pressuring QB Keith Price.
So it's here, the game that was circled in red in the preseason: Oregon-Stanford. A big game with big stakes.
Stay tuned. More to come.