Game Tied at Seven

Game Tied at Seven

EUGENE, ORE., -- The Oregon Ducks and the Stanford Cardinal battled to a 7-all tie in the first half of the game tonight at Autzen Stadium.

Stanford scored first on a 93 yard drive using 15 plays and culminated by a one-yard plunge by quarterback Kevin Hogan, with the point after by Jordan Williamson.

Oregon's offense sputtered for most of the first half but Marcus Mariota hit Keanon Lowe on a 28-yard hook up and with Alejandro Maldanado's point after the score was tied.

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