109th Civil War - Civil War Quick Facts

A handful of facts about the Civil War between Oregon and Oregon State.

Quick Facts about the Longest Running Rivalry on the West Coast
  • The winning team has tallied 44 points or more in five of the last nine meetings.

  • The Ducks have not won back to back Civil War's since the 1996 and 1997 seasons.

  • Oregon State's last victory in Eugene was a 15-13 victory in 1993.  The Ducks are on a five game home Civil War winning streak.

  • The first Civil War between Oregon and Oregon State was played in 1894.  Oregon State won 16-0.

  • Oregon holds a 54-44-10 series lead.  The Beavers have a 22-25-3 record in Eugene and a 18-26-5 record in Corvallis.

  • Oregon State and Oregon did not play in 1900, 1901, 1911, 1943, and 1944.

  • The average score of the Civil War is Oregon 14, Oregon State 11.

  • There have been ten ties between Oregon and Oregon State.
     
  • The last eight games have been won by the home team.
     
  • The most points scored by the winning team is 50 when Oregon State scored that number in 2004.

  • The most points Oregon has won by is 44 points in 1895 with the score Oregon 44, Oregon State 0.

  • The most points Oregon State has won by is 37 points in 1942 with the score Oregon 2, Oregon State 39.

  • Oregon and Oregon State played each other twice in 1896.  Oregon won both contests, 2-0 and 12-8.
     
  • The Beavers dominated the annual series for several decades as the Men in Black went 8-1-1 in the '60s,  6-3 in the 40s and 6-3-1 in the '50s.  The Ducks dominated the 1980s going 8-1-1 and the 1990's going 7-3.

  • The longest winning streak by Oregon over Oregon State is eight from 1976 to 1982.

  • The longest winning streak by Oregon State over Oregon is eight from 1964 to 1971.  The second longest is five games twice from 1949-1953 and 1941-1946.

  • Oregon and Oregon State have shut each other out five times.

  • Oregon has shutout Oregon State 28 times, including ties.

  • Oregon State has shutout Oregon 16 times, including ties.
     
  • From 1990-1993 the away team won the Civil War.

  • The 1982 tie between Oregon and Oregon State is the last in NCAA history because of the Kansas rules.

  • The Civil War is the longest running rivalry on the west coast and the seventh longest running rivalry in the nation.

  • In 1983 the teams tied 0-0 in the infamous "Toilet Bowl," that left the teams with a combined six wins for the season.

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