It started in sunlight and ended under the lights when the Ducks put up 24 points in the fourth quarter. eDuck's Chris Wilson was there to take it all in with camera in hand (or on monopod as the case may be).
The Ducks came charging out of the tunnel at Husky Stadium. Minutes into the game, it was clear they came to play. (Photo by Chris Wilson)
Jonathan Stewart just barely touched his foot out of bounds on this long run in the first quarter. He ended the night with 251 yards on 32 carries. Safe to say he's ready to take on an increased work load with the absence of Jeremiah Johnson. (Photo by Chris Wilson)
In a game that saw the Ducks limit their turnovers despite damp weather, Jaison Williams absorbs a huge hit and doesn't let the ball get away. Williams also led Duck receivers with 5 catches for 60 yards.
Matthew Harper (20) had another strong game for Oregon. Here he pressures Husky quarterback Jake Locker (10) into stumbling for a loss on third down. (Photo by Chris Wilson)
As previously mentioned, Jonathan Stewart was amazing. This photo captures his night – Husky defenders grasping at his feet. (Photo by Chris Wilson)
They're going to have to start calling freshman Aaron Pflugrad "The Hands Man" for the way he snags even the toughest throws. Here he makes a huge catch on third down to convert for Oregon while the game was still in doubt in the third quarter. (Photo by Chris Wilson)
Andre Crenshaw (22) had a big night taking Jeremiah Johnson's place in the backfield. Despite only carrying the ball 15 times, he ended up with 113 yards and 2 touchdowns. (Photo by Chris Wilson)
This carry by Crenshaw (22) broke the Oregon single game rushing record. As a team, the Ducks rushed for 465 yards far surpassing the old record of 446. (Photo by Chris Wilson)
In what has become a road game tradition, Duck players celebrated with their fans after the game. Jaison Williams let out a whoop, helmet over head, as his teammates and Duck fans danced with the band. (Photo by Chris Wilson)
Duck fans celebrated long after the final whistle, partying it up under a scoreboard that says it all. (Photo by Chris Wilson)