Oregon Takes 24-10 Lead Into Halftime
This story originally published on eDuck.com

eDuck Sports
Posted Nov 11, 2012


BERKELEY, CALIF., -- The Oregon Ducks hold a 24-10 at halftime over the California Golden Bears. The Ducks survived a big scare near the end of the second quarter when quarterback Marcus Mariota went to the bench with what appeared to be a wrist injury. However, the red-shirt freshman signal caller came back in to lead a 69-yard yard drive for a touchdown hitting Josh Huff on a 10-yard score.

Marcus Mariota had 16-for-21 for 222 yards and two touchdowns. Mariota also rushed for 30 yards.

De'Anthony Thomas had four catches for 56 yards while Colt Lyerla had a touchdown reception and 50 receiving yards on three catches. Huff also had three catches for 35 yards and the touchdown.

Kenjon Barner has been held to 25 yards rushing the ball on nine carries.

Cal's Isi Sofele was the leading rusher for both teams with 64 yards. Bear quarterback Allan Bridgford was 7-for-12 for 87 yards and a touchdown to Darius Powe.


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