GALLERY: Cat Scratch Fever

The Ducks were vulnerable when Arizona came to town, with a tattered offensive line that had a hard time protecting Marcus Mariota. The backfield was often congested, and Mariota had to run and improvise. On the other side, Anu Soloman had ample time to throw, and the Wildcats' running game was extremely effective agains the Duck defense, with tackles often at the second and third levels.

Oregon will need to establish game control early, and the Ducks need to play with relentless ferocity for 60 minutes. These shots illustrate what the Ducks need to correct, and a few that show what they did well. Friday needs to be a complete game for Oregon to secure the PAC-12 title, and extend their season.

Congestion and crashes in the backfield

Soloman had time to throw

Pressure often came late

Mariota forced to run

Scooby gripes and Grasu pleads innocent

Royce Freeman getting started

Hardrick brought some pressure

Tony Washington on time

Most tackles occurred at the second level

Ifo head to head in the secondary

Tyson Coleman and Joe Walker stop Wilson

Balducci and friends stop at the line

Nelson looks to break a return

Devon Allen breaks away

A near miss for Dwayne Stanford and Ducks

Prevot saluted the fans

A disappointed young fan says it all

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