The Duck Report After trailing by as many as 28 points in the first quarter, Oregon rebounded to score 41 of the next 54 points to force overtime where they would get the better of Arizona State to pull out a 47-41 victory. Lamichael James ran for 159 yards and scored four touchdowns while quarterback Darron Thomas threw for 116 yards and ran for 77 more and combining to score two touchdowns. Ryan Perrkins also ran for 57 yards. The few bright spots for a horrible Duck defense was Matt Simms' three sacks. Before the Oregon offense was even able to get its first, first down of the game Arizona State had jumped out to a 28-0 lead and looked like it would run away with the game. However, an Oregon kick return toucdown followed by James' first score of the night gave Oregon life at 28-14 in the second quarter. Both teams would score one more time before halftime to make the score 35-21. Oregon scored back-to-back touchdowns, but missed the extra point on the second score and trailed by one (35-34) heading into the fourth quarter. Lucky for the Ducks, Arizona would miss its extra point on their next score and were only up by 7 (41-34) with two minutes to play in the game. The Ducks were able to march down the field and James would score for the third time of the day to send the game into overtime where the Ducks would win the coin toss and choose to play defense first. Arizona State was kept in check and missed its field goal, allowing the Ducks to have the chance to win the game with a field goal. But Oregon had no need for a kicker as the Ducks scored a touchdown after four consecutive runs.