Oregon Becomes Bowl Eligible with 48-28 Victory Over Khalil Tate and Wildcats

With two weeks to prepare for Khalil Tate and the Arizona Wildcats, the Oregon Ducks improved to 6-5 and became bowl eligible with a dominant 48-28 victory on Saturday at Autzen Stadium. Arizona, the leading rushing team in the Pac-12 Conference was held nearly 200 yards under its average on the season with 171 yards on the ground Saturday against the Ducks. Coming into Saturday, Tate averaged over 160 rush yards per game and the Ducks held him to just 32 yards on the ground. In Justin Herbert’s return, the Oregon offense looked more like its dynamic self, scoring 48 points (28 in the first half and 20 in the second half). Herbert rushed for a 40-yard score and also threw for 235 yards and a touchdown. Royce Freeman became Oregon’s all-time points scored and total touchdowns leader with his first of four rushing scores in the first quarter. It was Freeman’s third-career four-touchdown game and second of the 2017 season. Up next for Oregon is the Civil War versus Oregon State on November 25 at 4:00 p.m. at Autzen Stadium. Below are game stories and full postgame interviews.


Justin Herbert’s Return Revives Oregon’s Rushing Attack¬†(by Cameron Derby)

Ducks’ Defense Swarms Khalil Tate and Arizona¬†(by Naveed Habibelahian)


Willie Taggart

Charles Nelson, Troy Dye, and Jacob Breeland

Royce Freeman, Justin Herbert, and Jake Hanson

Dillon Mitchell, Tony Brooks-James, and Ugo Amadi

Henry Mondeaux

MBB: The Oregon Ducks Blowout Alabama State 114-56

The Oregon’s Men’s Basketball Team blew out the Alabama State Hornets 114-56 on Friday night. It was a balanced scoring night for the team, as six players scored in double figures. Kenny Wooten led the team in scoring with 19 points, while also pulling down 13 rebounds and recording 5 blocks. Victor Bailey Jr. finished with 18 points and Elijah Brown chipped in 15 points. Also, Dana Altman recorded his 600th career win, becoming only the 34th NCAA Division 1 and 10th active coach to accomplish that feat. The Ducks play next on Sunday at 6pm against Ball State at Matthew Knight Arena.

Game Story (by Naveed Habibelahian)

Post Game Interviews

Abu Kigab and Elijah Brown

Dana Altman

-Naveed Habibelahian