Tyler Shough threw for 312 yards and four touchdowns and No. 11 Oregon came back to beat Washington State 43-29 on Saturday night. Travis Dye caught two second-half touchdown passes to help Oregon improve to 2-0. The Ducks piled up 582 yards of total offense. Freshman Jayden de Laura threw for 321 yards and two touchdowns for Washington State. The Cougars are 1-1. They led at the half but could not stop the Ducks in the second half. Freshman defensive back Ayden Hector recovered three Oregon turnovers in the first half.
Sean McGrew rushed for 91 yards and a touchdown, Dylan Morris added a 1-yard TD plunge, and Washington opened the Jimmy Lake era as head coach with a 27-21 win over Oregon State. McGrew was part of a multifaceted rushing attack by Washington that rolled up 267 yards rushing. Jermar Jefferson rushed for 133 yards and a TD for Oregon State, his 12th career 100-yard rushing game. The Beavers lost their second straight after falling to Washington.
The Covid 19 Pause put in place by Oregon Governor Kate Brown that begins on Wednesday will temporarily pause Siuslaw Viking practices according to SHS Athletic Director Chris Johnson. The Vikings are currently set to begin SkyEm League Basketball in early January.