Misc. statistics come out

Oregon is sixth in the Pac-10 conference in Scoring Offense after three games with 12 touchdowns, six extra points, three 2-pt conversions, 12 field goals, one safety and a total of 122 points or a 40.7-point per game average. USC is first in the conference in the same category, but have only played two games. The Trojans have 19 touchdowns, 19 extra point conversions, but have yet to kick a field goal and have 133 points or 66.5 points per game.

The Ducks are tied with ASU for sixth in the conference for Scoring Defense. The Ducks have allowed 24.0 ppgs and the Bears of California are first at 13.3-ppg, with USC second at 17.0.

Kellen Clemens is ranked 3rd nationally in total offense with 364.0 yards per game after last Saturday's game. Clemens has 1,092 yards with 955 of those yards coming from passing and an additional 160 yards rushing. Cody Hodges (469.5) of Texas Tech and Omar Jacobs (440.0) of Bowling Green are ahead of Clemens in the category Matt Leinart is 5th on the list with 360.0 yards average after two games.

Demetrius Williams is tied for 13th nationally in pass receptions with 22 catches and 16th in receiving yardage with 107.0 yards per game. James Finley is number 45 on the Receptions list with 16 grabs.

Aaron Gipson is tied 2nd nationally interceptions with 1.0 pick per game. Paul Martinez is ranked 1st by the NCAA in field goals with four 3-pointers per game.

The Ducks are 7th nationally in passing offense at 339.7-ypg and 11th nationally in total offense at 490.67-ypg. Oregon is also 40th in the nation in scoring offense at 40.67-ppg.

Interestingly, Oregon is 2nd in the Pac-10 for Redzone efficiency scoring 12-of-14 times inside the 25 or 87.5 percent of the time. UCLA leads the conference in the redzone with 100 percent efficiency, 14-for-14.

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