Oregon Vs. Arizona: James, Ducks Pour It On In Fourth, Put This One Away

Arizona scores with eleven minutes left in order to bring their point total to 29. Unfortunately for them it might be too little too late. The Ducks began the 4th by doing the same thing they had been doing in the 3rd…scoring.

LaMichael James capped the Ducks’ first drive of the fourth quarter with a 13-yard touchdown run to give the Ducks 41.

That was followed by a Wildcat fumble on the kickoff. The Ducks recovered on the Arizona 8. It then two plays for James to get back into the endzone to make it 48.

On the day, James has 126 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. He’s doing very well.

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