By Roger Harnack
The Times 

Oregon tops WSU 43-29

 

Last updated 11/19/2020 at 2:42pm

Roger Harnack | The Times

No. 11 Oregon topped Washington State University 43-29 in the Cougars' home opener in Martin Stadium in Pullman on Saturday, Nov. 14. The Ducks got on the board first when Oregon tight end D.J. Johnson dove across the goal line, just inside the marker, as WSU defensive back Tyrese Ross tried to prevent the score.

PULLMAN - The Washington State University Cougars showed Saturday night that they can play with the best in the NCAA. But a strong first half wasn't enough to keep the No. 11 ranked Oregon Ducks from flying away.

WSU took a 19-14 lead to the half, but Oregon pulled way to finish the game with a 43-29 Pac 12 victory.

True freshman quarterback Jayden de Laura threw for 25-of-39, 321 yards and two touchdowns in the failing Cougar effort.

Those two touchdown passes were to Lucas Bacon and Renald Bell. Bell led WSU with 158 yards receiving.

On the other side of the ball, Oregon QB Tyler Shough c...



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