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UCLA At Oregon: By The Numbers

Here is a statistical look at Thursday's game between the UCLA Bruins and Oregon Ducks at Autzen Stadium In Eugene:

  • Oregon has won 13 straight games at home
  • Oregon has allowed just 13 points in the second half this season (six games), and none in the fourth quarter
  • Oregon's 326 points this season are the most in any six-game stretch in team history, and more points than any Oregon football team scored for an entire season from 1952 to 1988.
  • Oregon ranks first nationally in scoring offense, at 54.3 points per game
  • UCLA ranks 86th nationally in scoring offense, at 22.7 points per game
  • Oregon ranks first nationally in total offense, at 567.0 yards per game
  • UCLA ranks 99th nationally in total offense, at 318.5 yards per game
  • Oregon ranks third nationally in rushing offense, at 314.8 yards per game
  • UCLA ranks 92nd nationally in rushing defense, at 182.3 yards per game
  • UCLA ranks 13th nationally in rushing offense, at 223.0 yards per game
  • Oregon ranks 38th nationally in rushing defense, at 126.5 yards per game
  • UCLA ranks 118th nationally, out of 120 FBS teams, in passing offense, at 95.5 yards per game
  • Oregon ranks 16th nationally in scoring defense, at 16.3 points per game
  • UCLA ranks 68th nationally in scoring defense, at 25.7 points per game
  • Oregon running back LaMichael James leads the Pac-10 in rushing, at 169.6 yards per game
  • James is also tied for the conference lead in scoring, at 12.0 points per game

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