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Oregon Football

By the Numbers: Oregon vs Utah

December 8, 2019

Oregon secured the most important stat of the game last night, the win. The Ducks dominated on both sides of the ball in arguably their most complete game of the season.

Statistics don’t always tell us the whole story, but they do help give us a deeper understanding at it. Here is a quick look at a few of the stats that caught our attention upon first glance. 

Overall the Ducks were successful in a lot of the key areas other than penalties. 

432: Total yards

239: Rushing yards

193: Passing yards

5.8 Yards per rush

12: Penalties committed

0: Turnovers

7.4: Yards per pass

29: Percent conversion rate on third down

0: Fourth-down conversions allowed, out of four attempts

2: Interceptions

208: Yards rushing by CJ Verdell

9: Tackles by Brady Breeze

6: Sacks -- the most allowed in a game by Utah

9: Tackles for loss

2.5: Sacks by Kayvon Thibodeaux

5: Different players recording a sack

1: Sack allowed

3: Tackles for loss allowed

3: Made field goals by Camden Lewis

50.2: Yards per punt by Blake Maimone

18.9: Tyler Huntley's QBR

50.4: Justin Herbert's QBR

19: First downs

18: First downs allowed

309: Yards allowed

3.3: Yards per rush for Utah

3: 40-yard-plus plays for Oregon

Tags: Football, Oregon
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