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The Fifth Quarter - Oregon

Tim Lappano (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

SEATTLE - At the Fifth Quarter, we pick up all the loose ends from Saturday night's game between Oregon and Washington, and there were a lot of loose ends. We will have stat links, as well as a list of the game's 'best of', turning points, odd notes, and everything else you'd need to know about the Ducks' 55-34 win at Husky Stadium.

The final full statistics of the game can be found here. Offensive Player of the Game - Jake Locker. The maturation of Jake Locker is on an uptick. He found a couple of players deep, and made UO pay when he was supposed to get passes to open receivers. I'd still like to see him run the ball a little more and put the focus on himself as the catalyst, as opposed to the distributor - but I think...

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