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6-5, 4th in Big Sky

E. Washington suspends player for hit

John Kreifels is suspended for at least one game, with the possibility of a longer punishment, for this hit on Vernon Adams, the former EWU QB who transferred to Oregon in August. Kreifels was ejected in the 61-42 loss.

Student-athletes transferring for textbooks or playbooks? (0:57)
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Eastern Wash. coach unhappy with LB

Eagles LB John Kriefels was ejected for targeting the head of Oregon QB Vernon Adams, and taunted the crowd as he left the field: Said EWU coach Beau Baldwin: "I probably ran the best 40 I've run in a long time [to yell at Kriefels]. It was not OK. He should've been kicked out, but he needs to go out humbly and learn from it, not act like that. He got my message."

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Ducks' Adams exits after hit, expects to face MSU

A vicious hit knocked Oregon quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. out of the No. 5 Ducks' 61-42 win over Eastern Washington on Saturday night, but he assured reporters after the game that he was not hurt

Take Your Seat: Adams shines in Ducks debut (1:07)
Adams impressive for Ducks against former team (1:25)
Adams taken out by former team (0:29)

Adams tosses another TD in debut

Oregon QB Vernon Adams Jr. hooked up with Byron Marshall on a 24-yard score for his second touchdown pass since transferring from Eastern Washington.


Oregon running away in Eugene

Tony Brooks-James scampers 12 yards around the outside and the Ducks are up 27-7 at home against Eastern Washington.


WR rises for outstanding catch

Kendrick Bourne went over the defender to reel in this catch, which set up a TD that cut Eastern Washington's deficit to 13-7 against Oregon.


Adams throws TD against former team

Oregon transfer Vernon Adams Jr. tosses a 6-yard TD to Bralon Addison, and Oregon is off and running with a 13-0 lead against Eastern Washington.

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Eastern Washington suits up vs. (7) Oregon

Vernon Adams Jr. takes over at QB for Oregon as a grad transfer after spending the last three seasons at Eastern Washington (redshirted in 2011). Adams left as Eastern Washington's career leader in TD passes (110), 300-yard games (20) and rush yards by a QB (1,232). Follow live

2015 Big Sky Standings

Southern Utah7-18-3
Portland State6-29-2
North Dakota5-37-4
Northern Arizona5-37-4
Eastern Washington5-36-5
Weber State5-36-5
Northern Colorado3-56-5
Montana State3-55-6
Cal Poly3-54-7
UC Davis2-62-9
Idaho State1-72-9
Sacramento State1-72-9