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Second-half liveblog: Stanford 14, Oregon 14

C Khalil Wilkes. Call it foreshadowing.

Oregon used 16 plays to march for a 95-yard touchdown in the third. Stanford took 11 snaps to go 78 yards and retie the game in the fourth. We cover those drives, two Stanford fumbles and two quarters full of ferocious play from the Cardinal D as we live blog the second half of Stanford/Oregon 2012.

End of third quarter: Oregon 14, Stanford 7 Oregon tried a reverse on The Opening kickoff of the half, and started at their 10 for their efforts. A.J. Tarpley and Alex Carter defeated blocks to make second- and third-down tackles, resulting in a Duck punt that Drew Terrell fumbled… but after his knee hit the ground, as per a lengthy video review. Stanford went three-and-out as Kevin Hogan could...

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