Oregon vs. Washington State 2012 highlights: Kenjon Barner runs all over Cougars

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The Oregon Ducks rolled the Washington State Cougars in the second half, with Kenjon Barner the engine of the offense all the way.

The Oregon Ducks struggled for awhile with the Washington St. Cougars and had only had a four point lead at halftime, but eventually Oregon put it together with another one of their incredible second halves of football, rolling off 28 straight points en route to a 51-26 victory.

Here are the video highlights of the victory, and Kenjon Barner is all over them.

Barner rushed for a 22 yard score on the first drive for the Ducks. Barner rolled out on a wheel route to grab a touchdown through the air. After WSU quarterback Connor Halliday found Brett Bartolone for a 26 yard hookup to make it 23-19 at halftime, De'Anthony Thomas punched it in to give Oregon some breathing room, and Halliday threw a pick-six right to Avery Patterson that broke the game open. Barner capped off his great performance with touchdown rushes of 10 yards and 80 yards to make it 51-19. Barner finished with 195 rushing yards and three touchdowns, with three catches for 37 yards and another touchdown.

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