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:
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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