Oregon rolls along.

Jumping out to a 21-0 first quarter lead, the Oregon Ducks set themselves up to enjoy a second straight blow out win over a Pac-10 opponent and then did so by beating Cal 48-7. The Ducks improved their season record to 6-0 and 3-0 in the Pac-10 race.

"I was very pleased with the intensity," said Head Coach Mike Bellotti told the Oregon Sports Network after the game regarding the team effort.

The Ducks completely dominated the game the Oregon. The Ducks showed balance in offense by rushing for a 463 yards of total offense. Oregon's offensive line took contol of the game and it made for an easy day for Harrington and company. Despite a strong defensive effort on Cal's part in the second quarter, a determined effort on the Oregon offensive line led to an easy win.

"A lot of hard work, a lot of disipline," explained offensive lineman Ryan Schmid on the success of the Oregon offensive line.

Joey Harrington was 13 for 20 and 186 yards in three quarters of work. Harrington also scramble for one run of 40 yards.

Red shirt freshman Marley Tucker had two interceptions. Tucker saw plenty of action in the second half of the game and the chance for extra playing time may pay big dividends later in the season.

"(It) gives me a chance to give a feel for the game," said Tucker of the expanded playing time.

Keith Lewis left the game with a sprained ankle and the prognosis will be update after the team returns to Eugene. Seth McEwen also separated his shoulder.

Worst home loss in 23 years for California and biggest win margin for the Ducks in the Cal-Oregon series.

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