U of O Football
Oregon has gotten off to a good start so far this season, starting with a record of 2-1 (2 wins and 1 loss) going into week 4. The running attack has definitely been working with a total of 888 yards and 12 rushing touchdowns in 3 games with Royce Freeman leading the ground game. The aerial attack is where it needs to be as well, with the offense averaging 8.9 yards every passing attempt, and Dakota Prukop with an impressive completion percentage of 66.7%. The defense is looking strong as they have racked up 13 sacks and 1 interception in 3 games.
Oregon was handed their first loss of the season against the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Saturday the 17th. The game was extremely close and came down to the last minute. In the end the Cornhuskers scored a late game touchdown that sealed up their win at home. Overall, the Ducks had a good game on offense, with the defense lacking a little.
The rushing game has continued to work for Oregon as they rushed for 336 yards and 4 rushing touchdowns, averaging 7.1 yards every touch. The passing game was lacking, as Nebraska’s secondary was able to hold the the quarterback and receivers to only 146 yards and 0 touchdowns the whole game. Defensively the Ducks could have done better only able to get 1 sack.
(All statistics provided by www.espn.com)