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Bryan Bennett pitch proves Oregon offense is completely unfair

It is impossible to stop Oregon from scoring points. That's all there is to it.

Let us count the ways Oregon can score, based on just one quarter against Arizona State:

  • Via 71-yard Kenjon Barner breakout up the middle
  • Via two-point conversion pass from punter to kicker (which was followed by a fake-fake extra point later on)
  • Via completely unstoppable, perfectly placed fade pass from Marcus Mariota to Bralon Addison
  • Via THIS by backup quarterback Bryan Bennett to starting quarterback Mariota -- ASU's got him bottled up! Goal line sta-oh no wandering bystander scores touchdown:
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Stand around long enough near Oregon, and you'll get to score an absentminded touchdown. Oh, and they can score via a banged-in one-yard touchdown by Barner. After only 16 minutes, it's 29-7, and I feel really, really bad for Arizona State.

Arizona State has a good defense, but is without its two best defensive linemen at the moment, and it's hard to see how this game isn't completely over already.

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