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Oregon vs. Arizona State stats assault: Ducks on pace for record-breaking night

Oregon has a chance to re-write its own offensive record books against Arizona State.

Christian Petersen

The Oregon Ducks are unloading on the Arizona St. Sun Devils, 43-7, making the absolute most of their first chance to really impress on a national stage against a formidable opponent. Questions about Oregon's strength of schedule and validity against top competition will be whispered at best for the rest of the weekend.

That two top ASU defenders, Will Sutton and Junior Onyeali, have been injured doesn't even feel like it matters all that much. Even if each of those players could've prevented a touchdown all by himself, this would still be on track for a massive blowout.

Marcus Mariota, in his first major road start, has 133 yards rushing, a touchdown pass and a touchdown catch. Kenjon Barner has three scores and 135 yards of his own.

Let's check in on how well Oregon's single-game record books might be feeling after this scorching:

Record Tonight On pace for

Points 115 vs. Puget Sound 1910 43 86

Points, modern era 72 vs. New Mexico 2010; Nevada 1999 43 86

Points, conference game 65 vs. Oregon State 2008 43 86

Total yards 720 vs. New Mexico 2010 375 750

Rushing yards 489 vs. BYU 1989 327 654

Offensive plays 102 vs. Oregon State 2011; Washington State 2004 52 104

QB rushing yards 173 in 1980 133 266

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