The Sun Devil offensewas unable to score a touchdown during the game, marking the first time that has happened since the Californina game on Oct. 30, 2004.
(PHOTO RIGHT) Jonathan Stewart (28) rushed for 142 yards on only 12 carries, as the Ducks gained 315 yards on the ground. (Photo by Chris Wilson)
Stewart's 63-yard rush in the third quarterwas the longest rush by an Oregon player since Onterrio Smith had a 73-yard run at Washington State in 2001.
In the three games he has started, Stewart rushed over 100 yards in each start. However, today is the first game in his career in which he has not scored a touchdown in a game he has played in. He has a total of 13 touchdowns in 14 games he has played.
Jeremiah Johnson's rushing touchdown was the first rushing score ASU has given up this season. Johnson finished the day with 89 yards on six carries. The Ducks had a total of 315 yards rushing and 574 yards of total offense.
(PHOTO LEFT) Dennis Dixon (10) completed 19-of-30 passes for 215 yards, with three touchdowns and no interceptions. (Photo by Chris Wilson)
Dixon also ran for 31 yards of net rushing on nine attempts with a long of eight yards. His longest pass of the day was for 33 yards.
Junior Brady Leaf appeared in the game and threw for 44 yards on 4-for-7 and one touchdown. Leaf threw his scoring pass to Dan Kause with just under six minutes left in the game. Kause had two catches for 24 yards.
Oregon had a total of 259 yards passing on 23-of-37, three touchdowns and no interceptions. ASU was held to just 33 yards total passing yardage and 175 yards of total offense.
The Ducks had a total nine players catch passes and nine players run the ball.
(PHOTO RIGHT) Jaison Williams (4) had another spectacular game for the Ducks against ASU. Here he takes a Denis Dixon pass 33 yards for his second touchdown of the day. (Photo by Chris Wilson)
Saturday was William's third consecutive game in which he had over 100 yards receiving. With four touchdown receptions this season, Williams has surpassed his total from last year (3).
The last Duck to have three-straight 100-yard receiving was Damon Griffin in 1998 (118 vs Stanford; 167 @ Washington; 113 @ UCLA).
Two Duck receivers recorded their first career receptions (Derrick Jones and Rory Cavaille). Cornerback Terrell Ward also recorded his first career interception during the first quarter of the game.