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									                                                                                               O R E G O N FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE • 1

                                                                                                           RELEASE 6: Oregon at Stanford


                                           2005 OREGON FOOTBALL
                                                                                    Game 5: Oregon (3-1) at Stanford (1-1)
                                                                                                  Oct. 1, 2005 • 2 p.m. PDT
                                                                                 Stanford Stadium • Stanford, Calif. (85,500)
2 2005 OREGON SCHEDULE                         WHAT’S ON TAP
                                               The University of Oregon (3-1) will hit the road for the first time in four weeks to face the Stanford
September                                      Cardinal at 2 p.m. Saturday. The Cardinal is coming off a bye week while the Ducks will look to
1     @Houston (ESPN2)           W, 38-24      avenge last week’s 45-13 loss to top-ranked USC.
10    Montana                    W, 47-14
17    Fresno St. (TBS)           W, 37-34      TELEVISION/RADIO INFORMATION
24    USC (ABC)                  L, 45-13        LOCAL BROADCAST: Oregon Sports Network, 1 p.m. (PDT) - Jerry Allen, Mike
                                                                   Jorgensen, Bobby DeBisschop
October                                          DELAYED TELECAST: Oregon Sports Network, (Joe Giansante, Anthony Newman)
1     @STANFORD            2:00 p.m.                                Sat., Oct. 1 - 11:30 p.m.
8     @ARIZONA ST. (FSN)   7:15 p.m.                               (KEZI (Eugene), KDRV (Medford), KDKF (Klamath Falls)
15    WASHINGTON         12:30 p.m.                                 Oregon Comcast 14: Sat., 11 p.m., and Sun., 8 p.m.
22    @ARIZONA             4:00 p.m.                                DirectTV (Channel 656): Mon., Oct. 3, 7:30 p.m.
November                                                            ESPNU And DirecTV (Channel 609): Weds., 10 p.m.
5     CALIFORNIA          12:30 p.m.
12    @WASHINGTON ST. (FSN) 7:15 p.m.          GAME CAPTAINS
19    OREGON ST. (FSN)     3:45 p.m.           36 Paul Martinez (PK), 80 Cameron Colvin (WR), 84 Anthony Trucks (SS), 92 Devan Long (DE)
*Home games in bold; Pac-10 games in CAPS
                                               THE SERIES
                                               Stanford leads the series over Oregon, 43-21-1, but Oregon has won the last three meetings
                                               and four of the last five. The Cardinal’s last win came in the the Ducks’ 2001 Fiesta Bowl season
   2005 STANFORD SCHEDULE
                                               and was Oregon’s only lossof the year (49-42). Stanford is the last team that the Ducks’ de-
September                                      feated by shutout, winning 35-0 in 2003. Last season, Oregon narrowly won, 16-13 on the road.
 1    @Navy                       W, 41-38
 17   UC Davis                    L, 20-17     HEAD COACH MIKE BELLOTTI - 11TH SEASON
                                               Not only does 11th-year Oregon coach Mike Bellotti resume his role as the longest-tenured
October                                        football mentor in the conference, he stands as one of its most successful. Surpassed only by
 1    OREGON                          P.M.
                                 2:00 P.M.     USC (85-39) in overall wins in the Pacific-10 Conference during his Oregon tenure (83-41), he is
 8    @WASHINGTON ST.                 TBA      close to joining an elite collection of former conference coaches who have won 50 or more league
 15   @ARIZONA                   4:00 P.M.     games during their illustrious careers in the Pac-10. Only 12 conference coaches have achieved
 22   ARIZONA STA
      ARIZONA STATE                   P.M.
                                 2:00 P.M.     that pinnacle as he is tied for 13th on the Pac-10’s all-time list of league coaching victories
 29   UCLA                            P.M.
                                 2:00 P.M.     (49-32) with Mike Price (Washington State, 1989-2002) and Lon Stiner (Oregon State, 1933-
                                               48). He is 15th on the league’s career winning percentage list in Pac-10 games (.605).
November                                          Approaching the league’s best: Bellotti is only six Pac-10 wins shy of breaking into the top
 5    @USC                            TBA      10 in all-time conference victories, while only four former mentors were able to post more tri-
 12   @OREGON STATE                   TBA      umphs than Bellotti’s 49 league wins in their first 10 years in the conference. USC’s John Robinson
 19   CALIFORNIA                 4:00 P.M.
                                      P.M.     (56, 1976-82, 1993-95), Washington’s Don James (54, 1975-84), UCLA’s Terry Donahue (52,
 26   NOTRE
      NOTRE DAME                      P.M.
                                12:30 P.M.     1976-85) and Larry Smith (51, 1980-89) of Arizona/USC are the only Pac-10 head coaches to
                                               ever enjoy more success during the same span.
 *Home games in bold; Pac-10 games in CAPS        Approaching Oregon’s best: While only Hugo Bezdek (.727%—1906, 1913-17) has
                                               accumulated a better winning percentage than Mike Bellotti’s .669 percent (83-41) among his
                                               peers who have coached the Ducks a minimum of three seasons, he is now the second-winningest
CATCHING UP WITH BELLOTTI                      football coach in the history of the University of Oregon. His 83 overall victories in Eugene trails
Oregon head coach Mike Bellotti participates   only Rich Brooks’ 91 wins (1977-94) and surpassed Len Casanova’s 82 triumphs (1951-66).
in a weekly coaches show - Oregon              Furthermore, Oregon’s 11th-year head coach became the school’s first to reach 80 wins in less
Football With Mike Bellotti - a one-hour       than 11 seasons.
broadcast that airs on KEZI, KDRV, KDKF
                                               TELEVISION UPDATE
and Comcast 14 on Sunday at 5 p.m. and
                                               Oregon’s game at Arizona State Oct. 8 has been selected for live telecast via Fox Sports Net.
11:30 p.m. It will also air in California on   Kickoff has been moved to 7:15 p.m. (PDT/MST) to accommodate the telecast.
Comcast Sports Net West on Thursday
(Direct TV 656 across the country).            MEDIA AVAILABILITY CHANGES
                                               Coach Bellotti conducts a weekly teleconference every Tuesday at 11 a.m. This is available in person
Oregon Football Monday Night Live airs on      at the Casanova Center, via phone connection (973-321-1100) as well as uplinked on satellite. This
Monday from the Steelhead Brewery in           is the ONLY time Coach Bellotti will be available on Tuesdays. All other availability throughout the
Eugene immediately following Monday Night      week will remain unchanged. Kellen Clemens will be available to news media following practice on
Football and at 11 p.m. on Comcast 14 in       Mondays, prior to position meetings on Wednesdays (generally before 2 p.m. after school begins,
Portland.                                      before 1 p.m. until Sept. 26), and on the practice field prior to practice on Thursdays.


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2          MEDIA SERVICES                                       STANFORD HEAD COACH WALT HARRIS - 1ST SEASON - PACIFIC ‘68
                                                                Stanford head coach Walt Harris enters his first season on the Farm after spending the past
Director ................................... Dave Williford*
                                                                eight seasons at Pittsburgh, where he accumulated an 52-44 overall record. While at Pitts-
 ...................... Office Phone: 541-346-2251
 ............................... Email: diw@uoregon.edu         burgh, Harris guided the team to six bowl games, including its first ever BCS bowl (Fiesta,
Assistant Director ................... Greg Walker              2004). In all, the San Francisco, Calif., native has 30-plus years of coaching experience, has
 ...................... Office Phone: 541-346-2252              coached in 14 bowl games, tutored 11 NFL first round draft picks and 14 NFL quarterbacks.
 ..................... Email: gswalker@uoregon.edu              After guiding the Panthers to the Fiesta Bowl last season, Harris earned his second Big East
Assistant Director ................... Allison Ross*            Coach of the Year Award. In his first season at Pittsburgh, he earned the same honor after
 ...................... Office Phone: 541-346-0962              turning the program around and taking the team to a bowl game for the first time since 1989.
 ........................... Email: aross@uoregon.edu           Overall, Harris has a 64-69 record.
Assistant Director ................. Geoff Thurner
 ...................... Office Phone: 541-346-2250
 ...................... Email: gthurner@uoregon.edu             SCOUTING STANFORD
Assistant Director ............ Andy McNamara                   Fifteen starters and both kickers return from last season’s 4-7 team. Offensively, the Cardinal
 ...................... Office Phone: 541-346-2253              lost just one starter from last season as all five starting offensive linemen return, both quarter-
 ................... Email: mcnamara@uoregon.edu                backs who started a year ago, five of its top seven receivers and two of its top rushers. First-
Intern ....................................... Michael Morris   team Pac-10 all-conference tight end Alex Smith is the only offensive starter gone from last
 ...................... Office Phone: 541-346-5532              season. Defensively, however, Stanford lost some key players from a year ago. In all, seven
Office Manager .............................. Dani Pohl
 ...................... Office Phone: 541-346-5392              defensive starters are gone from the 2004 season in which the the Cardinal finished third in the
*Primary Football Contacts                                      Pac-10 in scoring defense, allowing just 21.1 points per game. This season, the Cardinal de-
                                                                feated Navy in their season-opener before falling to UC Davis, 20-17, two weeks ago.
    INTERVIEW REQUEST POLICY
To arrange interviews with Head Coach                           STANFORD’S LAST GAME - UC DAVIS
Mike Bellotti or any other member of the                        Jon Grant threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Blaise Smith with eight seconds left as UC Davis
coaching staff, please contact Dave                             stunned Stanford, 20-17, to spoil coach Walt Harris' home debut for the Cardinal. The Aggies (2-2),
Williford. Requests to speak with                               who are in the third year of a four-year transition from Division II to Division I-AA, kept Stanford's
coaches via phone or at practice should be
                                                                offense out of the end zone all game and allowed just 180 yards for the night. The Aggies
made at least 24 hours in advance.
                                                                mounted the winning drive after Emmanuel Benjamin missed two field goals earlier in the fourth
All player interview requests should be                         quarter that could have tied the game at 17. They took over at their own 28 with 2:37 to play.
directed to Allison Ross. Players not                           Grant threw a 12-yard pass to Brandon Rice and a 17-yarder to Smith to get the drive started.
requested for practice in advance can not                       Then on a third-and-4 from the Stanford 25, Grant hit a wide-open Tony Kays for 19 yards over
be guaranteed prior to the start of practice.                   the middle for a first down. After a 3-yard keeper and an incomplete pass, Grant found Smith
It is suggested that media members arrive                       open in the front corner of the end zone to cap the 11-play drive. Grant finished 23-for-44 for
at least one half hour prior to the start of                    251 yards and also ran for 41 yards. Nelson Doris ran for two scores and Kays caught 10
practice in order to speak with requested                       passes for 115 yards. Stanford quarterback Trent Edwards left the game after two series due to
players.                                                        an injury and was replaced by Ostrander. Both Stanford touchdowns came on fumble recoveries
                                                                in the first half. Ostrander was 7-for-17 for 108 yards.
  MIKE BELLOTTI TELECONFERENCE
Mike Bellotti will be available to all media via a
weekly teleconference on Tuesday mornings at                    THE LAST TIME - OREGON 16, STANFORD 13 - OCT. 23, 2004, STANFORD STADIUM
11:00 (PT). Please notify the Oregon Media
Services Office (541-346-5488) by the end of                         First Downs Rushing             Passing (cmp-att-yds.-int)             Total Offense
the day Monday if you wish to participate on                    UO       18            39-149        22-33-275-1                            424
any given week.                                                 STAN 20                29 - -8       23-39-269-0                            269
                                                                Game Recap: The Oregon defense helped lead head coach Mike Bellotti to his 100th career
PAC-10 TELECONFERENCE-TUESDAYS                                  victory on a rainy afternoon in Stanford, Calif. Tailback Terrence Whitehead notched his third
10 a.m. ........................ Mike Bellotti, Oregon          100-yard rushing game of the season (131) and also caught eight passes, including a 51-yarder
10:10 a.m. ................. Walt Harris, Stanford              from Kellen Clemens. Whitehead eventually scored the winning touchdown on a 2-yard run with
10:20 a.m. ................. Mike Stoops, Arizona               10:39 remaining in the game. The Cardinal’s hopes were renewed with 7:46 left after a White-
10:30 a.m. ....................... Karl Dorrell, UCLA           head fumble, but a facemask penalty against Stanford pushed it back to its own 28 and Oregon
10:40 a.m. ....................... Pete Carroll, USC
                                                                sacked back-up quarterback T.C. Ostrander on back-to-back plays to get the ball back. Clemens
10:50 a.m. ........... Mike Riley, Oregon State
                                                                completed 22 of 33 passes for 275 yards and Whitehead was Oregon’s leading rusher and
11 a.m. ............. Dirk Koetter, Arizona State
11:10 a.m. .... Bill Doba, Washington State                     receiver (8-92 yards).
11:20 a.m. ................ Jeff Tedford, California
11:30 a.m. Tyrone Willingham, Washington                        RECORD ATTENDANCE
                                                                Last weekend vs. USC, 59,129 fans watched the game, setting a new Autzen Stadium atten-
               CREDENTIALS                                      dance record. The mark surpassed the previous record of 59,023, set Sept. 20, 2003 vs.
Requests for credentials should be faxed to                     Michigan. It is also a new state record and extended Oregon’s sellout streak to 39 games.
the office of media services (541-346-5449)
ATTN: Dani Pohl or emailed to                                   TICKET UPDATE
dpohl@uoregon.edu as soon as possible but                       For the eighth year in a row, Oregon has set a record for football season tickets sold, surpassing
no later than NOON, TUESDAY, the week of
                                                                the previous pinnacle from 2004 of 40,725. The Ducks have sold 40,973 season tickets so far this
the game. Requests should be on letterhead
                                                                year, with all single-game tickets and standing room-only already sold for all remaining home
and include the names of all media members
requesting passes.                                              games. That should push Oregon’s string of consecutive home sellouts to 42 by season’s end.
                                                                The smallest crowd that Oregon has attracted since the Autzen Stadium seating capacity was
                                                                expanded from 41,698 to 54,000 two years ago was 55,187 vs. Idaho in 2002.

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 CLIMBING THE UO CHARTS                                             2005 SCHEDULE
                                                                    The Ducks made their second visit ever to the city of Houston (first since 1962) and their first to
Rushing Yards - Career                                              face the Cougars to open the 2005 season in front of an ESPN2 television audience. Oregon
1. Derek Loville (1986-89) .......................... 3,296         hosted Montana for the first time since 1993 and took on two-time defending national champion
2. Sean Burwell (1990-93) ......................... 2,758           USC for the first time in three years. The Ducks’ first four opponents currently have a combined
3. Ricky Whittle (1992-95) .......................... 2,545         7-4 record and to date, the 11 teams on Oregon’s schedule are 22-13. For the first time in
 4. TERRENCE WHITEHEAD (2002-) ... 2,330                            school history, Oregon will host both Oregon State and Washington in the same season.
                                                                    Among the 11 2005 opponents, six advanced to the post-season a year ago.
Passing Yards - Career
1. Bill Musgrave (1987-90) ......................... 8,343          STATISTICAL LEADERS - OREGON
 2. Danny O’Neil (1991-94) ........................ 8,301           Rushing: Terrence Whitehead (53 carries for 177 yards, 1 TD, 20 long, 44.3 ypg)
3. Joey Harrington (1998-01) ..................... 6,911            Passing: Kellen Clemens (97-of-155 for 1,123 yards, 9 TD, 0 INT, 47 long, 280.8 ypg)
4. Chris Miller (1983-86) .............................. 6,681      Receiving: Demetrius Williams (22 catches for 321 yards, 4 TD, 47 long, 107.0 ypg)
 5. KELLEN CLEMENS (2002-) ............. 6,272                      Tackles: J.D. Nelson (33 Total, 13 solo, 20 ast.)
                                                                    Sacks: Haloti Ngata (2 for 12 yards); Matt Toeaina (2 for 16 yards)
                                                                    Tackles for Loss: Darius Sanders (5 for 28 yards)
Total Offense - Career                                              Interceptions: Aaron Gipson (4 for 62 yards)
 1. Bill Musgrave (1987-90) ......................... 8,140         Punt Returns: Justin Phinisee (9 for 85 yards, 9.4 avg., 28 long)
 2. Danny O‘Neil (1991-94) ........................ 8,124           Kickoff Returns: Sharrod Davis (6 for 135 yds., 22.5 avg., 31 long)
 3. Joey Harrington (1998-01) ..................... 7,121
4. Chris Miller (1983-86) .............................. 6,841      STATISTICAL LEADERS - STANFORD
 5. KELLEN CLEMENS (2002-) ............. 6,721                      Rushing: Anthony Kimble (21 carries for 110 yards, 1 TD, 20 long, 55.0 ypg)
                                                                    Passing: Trent Edwards (22-of-37 for 245 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT, 33 long, 122.5 ypg)
                                                                    Receiving: Nick Frank (6 catches for 45 yards, 0 TD, 16 long, 22.5 ypg)
All Purpose Running - Career                                        Tackles: Kevin Schimmelmann (22 Total, 11 solo, 11 ast.)
1. Derek Loville (1986-89) .......................... 5,223         Sacks: Kevin Schimmelmann (2.0 for 9 yards)
2. Sean Burwell (1990-93) ......................... 4,972           Tackles for Loss: Kevin Schimmelmann (3.5 for 13 yards)
3. Ricky Whittle (1992-95) .......................... 4,488         Interceptions: Two players with one each
 4. Keenan Howry (1999-02) ...................... 4,114             Punt Returns: David Marrero (7 for 18 yards, 2.6 avg., 8 long)
5. Bobby Moore (1969-71) ........................ 3,898             Kickoff Returns: Marcus McCutcheon (3 for 71 yards, 23.7 avg., 43 long)
6. Pat Johnson (1994-97) ........................... 3,812
7. Terry Obee (1986-89) ............................. 3,530
                                                                    ERRORLESS BALL
8. Don Reynolds (1972-74) ........................ 3,468
                                                                    Senior quarterback Kellen Clemens not only currently stands as the most efficient Oregon
 9. TERRENCE WHITEHEAD (2002-) ... 3,457
                                                                    quarterback ever, he has developed a knack for keeping the football out of the oppositions’
                                                                    hands. While he is currently riding a string of 159 pass attempts without an interception, Clemens
Quaterback Sacks - Career
                                                                    established the school record a year ago with 178 straight passes without a pick — breaking his
1. Ernest Jones (1990-93) ............................. 29.0
                                                                    previous best of 92 pass attempts in a row without throwing an errant aerial. Already owning the
2. Saul Patu (1997-00) ................................... 26.5
                                                                    school record for single-game completion percentage (88.2%, 15-17 vs. Stanford, 10-25-03),
3. Matt LaBounty (1988-91) ......................... 23.5
                                                                    Clemens career completion percentage of 59% (510-841) is unmatched in school history.
4. DEVAN LONG (2002- ) .......................... 19.5
                                                                    ERRORLESS BALL PART II
Tackles For Loss - Career (since 1971)
                                                                    Last season, Clemens rode a school-record of 178 straight passes without an interception into
 1. Kevin Mitchell (2000-03) .............................. 44
                                                                    the second quarter of the Ducks’ game with Stanford, Oct. 23. Unfortunately, Clemens’ streak
    Saul Patu (1997-00) ...................................... 44
                                                                    was broken when LeighTorrence intercepted Clemens on a 3rd-and-10 pass play. He has since
 3. Ernest Jones (1990-93) ................................ 43
                                                                    constructed a new streak (159).
 4. Matt LaBounty (1988-91) ............................ 41
 5. Reggie Jordan (1993-96) ............................. 40
                                                                    ON A ROLL
 6. Romeo Bandison (1990-93) ........................ 35
                                                                    As a sophomore, wide receiver Demetrius Williams caught 51 passes for 935 yards and eight
 7. DEVAN LONG (2002- ) .......................... 33.5
                                                                    touchdowns. Last year’s numbers represented quite a difference as he finished the year with 47
                                                                    catches for 593 yards and only two scores. The difference — his health, as he spent all year
Receiving Yards - Career
                                                                    attempting to block the pain of a nagging turf toe injury out of his mind. A completely healthy
1. Samie Parker (2000-03) ......................... 2,761
                                                                    Williams has returned to form in 2005 as he already has accumulated 27 receptions for 404
2. Tony Hartley (1996-99) .......................... 2,744
                                                                    yards and five scores through the first four games of this season. In addition, he owns a string
 3. Keenan Howry (1999-02) ...................... 2,698
                                                                    of five consecutive games in which he has caught at least one TD pass, dating back to last year’s
4. Cristin McLemore (1992-95) ................. 2,498
                                                                    season finale at Oregon State. The last player to have more than five straight games with at least
5. Terry Obee (1986-89) ............................. 2,233
                                                                    one TD was Steve Bunker, who was on the receiving end of scoring passes in seven consecutive
 6. Lew Barnes (1983-85) ........................... 2,048
                                                                    games in 1965. Samie Parker had five straight games with TD passes from 2001 finale vs.
 7. DEMETRIUS WILLIAMS (2002-) .... 2,005
                                                                    Colorado to the first four games of 2005 (Mississippi State, Fresno State, Idaho, Portland
                                                                    State). Tight end Justin Peelle also enjoyed a five-game touchdown string during the 2001
Receptions - Career
                                                                    season (6 TDs) - USC, Utah State, Arizona, California and Stanford. Lew Barnes had touch-
1. Samie Parker (2000-03) ............................. 178
                                                                    downs in the first five games of 1984 and Tony Hartley had a run of six TD games in seven
 2. Keenan Howry (1999-02) .......................... 173
                                                                    straight appearances.
3. Cristin McLemore (1992-95) ..................... 162
4. Tony Hartley (1996-99) .............................. 160
                                                                    THE 2,000 CLUB
                                                                    With 83 receiving yards vs. USC, Williams passed Bob Newland (1968-70/1,941 yards) on the
5. Bobby Moore (1969-71) ............................ 131
                                                                    UO receiving yards list and became just the seventh wide receiver in UO history to surpass
 6. DEMETRIUS WILLIAMS (2002-) ........ 130
                                                                    2,000 receiving yards (2,005).

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2 AP TOP 25 POLL - WEEK 5                       WHITEHEAD QUIETLY CLIMBING
     Team
                                                Tailback Terrence Whitehead has established himself among Oregon’s and the Pac-10’s best
 1. USC (59) 3-0 1,619                          rushers. Heading into his final season, the Los Angeles native could potentially become just the
 2. Texas (6) 3-0 1,560                         third back in school history to rush for 1,000 yards in back to back seasons (Maurice Morris
 3. Virginia Tech 4-0 1,448                     2000-01; Onterrio Smith 2001-02). With eight career 100-yard rushing games, the Pac-10’s
 4. LSU 1-0 1,424                               top returning rusher is just three 100-yard games shy of tying the school record of 11 (Saladin
 5. Florida 4-0 1,367                           McCullough, Sean Burwell, Derek Loville) and with four 100-yard rushing games this season he
 6. Florida State 3-0 1,249
 7. Georgia 4-0 1,242                           will hold the most 100-yd games in school history. With another big year in 2005, Whitehead
 8. Ohio State 3-1 1,200                        could become the all-time leading rusher — he needs 966 yards to tie Derek Loville’s (1986-89)
 9. Miami 2-1 1,028                             career total (3,296). Whitehead rushed for 1,144 yards in 2004. The 27-game starter (16
10. Tennessee 1-1 995                           consecutively) began the season 13th on the list of active Division I rushers (2nd in Pac-10) and
11. Michigan State 4-0 905                      is just 137 receiving yards shy of becoming the third player in school history to amass 1,000
12. California 4-0 892
13. Notre Dame 3-1 800                          career yards rushing and receiving (joining Bobby Moore and Sean Burwell).
14. Arizona State 3-1 690
15. Alabama 4-0 608                             A CHANCE TO BOUNCE BACK?
16. Texas Tech 3-0 512                          Three of Terrence Whitehead’s eight 100-yard career rushing efforts have come against Stanford
17. Wisconsin 4-0 493                           (132 in 2002; 172 in 2003; 131 in 2004). Ricky Whittle (1992-95) was the last Oregon player
18. Minnesota 4-0 439
                                                to exceed 100 yards against the same opponent all four years, doing so against California (high
19. Virginia 3-0 396
20. UCLA 3-0 331                                of 177 yards as a junior).
21. Boston College 3-1 326
22. Purdue 2-1 322                              HOW THE TEAMS COMPARE - A LOOK AT CONFERENCE STAT LEADERS
23. Iowa State 3-0 297
24. Louisville 2-1 222                                                       STANFORD
                                                                             STANFORD                                OREGON
25. Georgia Tech 3-1 169                               STA
                                                TEAM STATS
Others receiving votes: Auburn 128,             Rushing:                     7th, 127.5 ypg                          6th, 129.5 ypg
Michigan 119, Texas A&M 71, Penn State 70,      Passing:                     10th, 176.5 ypg                         4th, 304. ypg
West Virginia 57, Oregon 55 Clemson 23,
                            55,                 Total Offense:               10th, 304.0 ypg                         7th, 433.5 ypg
UTEP 15, Vanderbilt 14, Toledo 10, Utah 8,      Pass Defense:                7th, 249.5 ypg                          9th, 289.5 ypg
South Florida 7, Colorado 6, Fresno State 55,   Total Defense:               6th, 409.5 ypg                          8th, 419.8 ypg
Iowa 2, Wyoming 1.                              Pass Efficiency:             10th, 111.0                             7th, 137.1
    • Oregon’s opponents in Bold •              INDIVIDUAL
                                                Passing:                     T. Edwards, 10th (122.5 ypg)            K. Clemens, 4th (280.8)
 USA TODAY POLL - WEEK 5                        Total Offense:               No Top 10                               K. Clemens, 3rd (316.2)
     Team                                                 Yards/G:
                                                Receiving Yards/G:           No Top 10                               D. Williams, 5th (101.0)
 1. USC (60) 3-0 1,547
 2. Texas (1) 3-0 1,482                         CHANGING TIMES
 3. Virginia Tech (1) 4-0 1,382                 Last week’s starting offensive line averaged 321.4 pounds per man, with four-fifths of the quintet
 4. LSU 1-0 1,370
5. Florida 4-0 1,298
                                                tipping the scales more than 300 pounds. Leading the way is sophomore tackle Geoff Schwartz,
 6. Georgia 4-0 1,239                           who weighed in prior to fall camp at 366. Center Enoka Lucas is the lightest of the fivesome at
 7. Florida State 3-0 1,196                     a svelte 296 pounds. Last year’s five offensive line starters averaged 309.8 while the 2001
 8. Ohio State 3-1 1,083                        squad which finished second in the country averaged 295.2 and included only one player, OT
 9. Tennessee 1-1 968                           Corey Chambers, who weighed 300 pounds.
10. Miami 2-1 945
11. California 4-0 876
12. Michigan State 4-0 688                      STREAKING
13. Texas Tech 3-0 683                          Last season, cornerback Aaron Gipson finished the season with four interceptions to lead the
14. Notre Dame 3-1 643                          Duck defense. In each of the Ducks’ first four games this season, Gipson has had at least one
15. Arizona State 3-1 629                       interception to bring his season total to four. He now has now 10 career interceptions, one shy
16. Alabama 4-0 609
17. Wisconsin 4-0 489
                                                of the UO top-10 career list and two shy of joining the single season top-10 list.
18. Virginia 3-0 484
19. Minnesota 4-0 396                           YOUNG GUNS
20. Purdue 2-1 360                              Although the Ducks boast of experienced playmakers at the top, returning seven three-year
20. UCLA 3-0 360                                lettermen among their 14 seniors and 39 lettermen, a quick glance of those players who saw
22. Louisville 2-1 308
23. Boston College 3-1 255
                                                playing time in Oregon’s first four games might suggest otherwise. Of the 68 players who
24. Auburn 3-1 133                              stepped onto the field against the Ducks’ first four opponents, 29 of them were experiencing
24. Georgia Tech 3-1 133                        their first NCAA Division I game action.

Others receiving votes: Iowa State 118,         YOUNG GUNS PART II
Michigan 108, West Virginia 90, Penn State
82, Vanderbilt 35, Oregon 34 Texas A&M 29,
                          34,
                                                Four true freshman were on the travel squad to Houston — Nick Reed (DL), Jonathan Stewart
Iowa 21, UTEP 18, Toledo 14, Utah 13,           (TB), Mark Sunga (LS) and Jairus Byrd (DB) — with Reed and Stewart becoming the first two true
Clemson 7, Kansas State 6, Wyoming 5,           freshman of the season to see playing time. Last season, the Ducks played seven true freshman
Fresno State 4, Colorado 3, Boise State 2,      (OLB Kwame Agyeman, CB Jackie Bates, WR Cameron Colvin, QB Dennis Dixon, DT Davie
Nebraska 2, TCU 2, New Mexico 1.                Faaeteete, LB Ryan Phipps and OT Geoff Schwartz) over the course of the season. Through the
     • Oregon’s opponents in Bold •
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2STATISTICAL COMPARISON                       IN THE RED
                       UO           STAN      Oregon has prided itself in its offensive proficiency once it reaches the opponents’ 20-yard line in
Record                 3-1          1-1       the recent past, leading the Pac-10 in Red-Zone offense in 2001 (94.9%) and 2002 (89.4%)
Points                 33.0         29.0      before finishing third in the league (84.6%) in 2003. Last season, the Ducks struggled early but
                                              over their last nine games in 2004, Oregon had 32 scores (27 TDs) in 40 trips inside the 20 yard
Points allowed         29.2         29.0
                                              line, including scoring three touchdowns in four red zone appearances vs. Oregon State. This
First Downs            98           34        season, Oregon is converting in the red zone, but more often by way of field goal as the Ducks
Rushing Yards          129.5        127.5     have nine successful field goal kicks from inside the red zone and seven touchdowns (none last
Rushing Defense        130.2        160.0     week vs. USC). Below is a look at the numbers:
Passing Yards          304.0        176.5
Total Offense          433.5        304.0                                         UO                      Opp
Total Defense          419.8        409.5     Inside the Red Zone                  20                      16
Interceptions          6-64         2-15      Scores                               16                      14
Punt Return Avg.       8.7          2.2          TDs Rush                           2                       5
                                                 TDs Pass                           5                       6
Kickoff Return Avg.    23.3         33.0
                                                 Field Goals                        9                       3
Fumbles Lost           4-2          5-4       Stopped by Interc.                    1                       1
Penalties              31-282       3-35      Stopped by Fumble                     0                       0
Field Goals            13-15        3-5       Stopped on Downs                      1                       1
                                              Missed FG                             2                       0
                                              End of 1st Half                       0                       0
       2005 QUICK FACTS                       End of 2nd Half                       0                       0
Lettermen ret./lost: 39/27                       Scoring Pct.                  80.0%                   87.5%
Location: Eugene, Ore.                           TD Pct.                       35.0%                   68.7%
Founded: 1876
Enrollment: 20,033                            MARTINEZ’S RECORD-SETTING PACE
Nickname: Ducks                               Paul Martinez set Oregon and Autzen Stadium single-game records with six field goals vs.
Colors: Green and Yellow                      Montana. The six field goals also tied a Pac-10 record (John Lee, UCLA vs. San Diego State,
Stadium (Capacity): Autzen (54,000)           1984). His five first half field goals established a Pac-10 record, breaking the mark of four held by
Playing Surface: FieldTurf                    four different players, and tied the NCAA record. His six FG attempts – for the second week in
                                              a row – tied the school record. Martinez has scored 48 of Oregon’s 135 points this season and
First Year of Football: 1894 (2005 will       has 13 field goals, which surpasses Oregon’s total field goals (9) in all of 2004. After four games,
be 110th season, no football in 1943, 1944)   Martinez is 13-of-15.
All Time Record: 525-450-46 (109 yrs.)
Conference Record: 232-290-20 (.447)          MORE ON MARTINEZ
Pac-10 Record: 104-105 (.497)                 After four games, Martinez is averaging 3.5 field goals per game, which is first in the nation...His
Most Consecutive Wins: 11 (Oct. 27,           12 points per game is second in the Pac-10 and good for seventh in the nation...With 13 field
2001-Oct. 12, 2002)                           goals already this season, he is tied for 10th on the UO single season field goal list and is more
Undefeated Seasons: 3 (1895 [4-0],            than half way to the single-season record of 24 field goals.
1906 [5-0-1], 1916 [7-0-1])
                                              SPREADING THE WEALTH
10+ win seasons: 2 (2000, 2001)               While Oregon’s offense may have netted just 87 total rushing yards against Montana, the passing
Conference Titles: 7                          game was prolific as 13 different players had at least one reception and the Ducks had 339
Bowl Appearances: 18                          receiving yards. Among those with catches were junior Jordan Kent, whose first career catch was
Pac-10 Titles: 3 (incl. co championship       a 41 yard reception in the second quarter. Junior Kyle Weatherspoon caught his first career TD
2000)                                         pass on a career-long 39-yard reception from Dennis Dixon. Junior Drew Larsen also had his first
All-Time Bowl Record: 7-11                    career reception in the game. The following week, Oregon’s passing game was again a team
All-American first team: 20                   effort as nine different players caught a pass from Kellen Clemens, including redshirt freshman
                                              tight end Ryan Keeling, who had his first career catch for a first down. Oregon had 332 yards
1st team All-Conference: 137
                                              passing in the game compared to 160 on the ground. Senior Demetrius Williams was just 29
1st team all Pac-10: 54
                                              receiving yards shy over his last three games of parlaying a trio of 100-yard receiving efforts in his
NFL Draft Picks: 168                          first four games of 2005. Against USC, it was another team effort as nine different players caught
NFL Draft Picks Under Bellotti: 29            a pass once again and the UO passing game accumulated 197 yards while the running game
TV appearances: 112 (68-54)                   accounted for just 65 yards.
First TV appearance: Sept. 19, 1953
@Nebraska (L, 20-12) on NBC.                  OCTOBER UNDER BELLOTTI
First Game: 1894: Win over Albany College,    The Ducks are 21-17 during the month of October under head coach Mike Bellotti. Oregon has had
44-2                                          a winning record the month in all but two seasons (1996, 1997) and was a perfect 3-0 during the
                                              month in 2000 under the school’s 11th-year head coach.
All-Time Stadium Record:128-87-5 (.588)




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           PAC-10 STANDINGS                40-PLUS CLUB
                                           In three games this season, the Ducks are showing an ability to make some big yardage plays.
                Conference    Overall      Oregon has seven plays in its first four games that have gone for 40-plus yards (includes rushing,
                 W       L    W    L       passing, kick returns, punt returns and interception returns). Last season, Oregon had just 11
California       1       0    4    0       40-plus yard plays in all 11 games.
USC              1       0    3    0
Arizona State    1       0    3    1       MAKING HIS CONTRIBUTION
UCLA             0       0    3    0       Backup quarterback Dennis Dixon has to make the most of each opportunity presented to him.
Washington State 0       0    3    0
                                           So far this season, Dixon has had an impact in three appearances. Against Houston, Dixon
Arizona          0       0    1    2
                                           recorded his first career touchdown — a one-yard rush that gave the Ducks the lead in the third
OREGON           0       1    3    1
Oregon State     0       1    2    2       quarter. Three weeks ago vs. Montana, Dixon showcased his arm, hitting junior Kyle Weatherspoon
Stanford         0       0    1    1       for a 39-yard TD — his lone completion of the season and Weatherspoon’s first career touch-
Washington       0       1    1    3       down. Dixon is fourth on the team in rushing (9 carries for 39 yards.). Two weeks later, Dixon
                                           came off the bench vs. USC and completed six of seven passes for 29 yards and in his short
OFFENSIVE PAC-10 PLAYER OF THE WEEK        appearance, carried the ball five times for 21 yards to finish as the Ducks’ leading rusher in the
Sept. 3 - KELLEN CLEMENS, OREGON           game.
Sept. 10 - Robert Jordan, California
Sept. 17 - Drew Olson, UCLA                COLVIN CATCHES ON
Sept. 24 - Reggie Bush, USC                Sophomore wide receiver Cameron Colvin came to Oregon as one of the most highly touted
Oct. 1                                     recruits last season and finished the season with 14 catches for 191 yards. In the opener vs.
Oct. 8                                     Houston, Colvin quickly began to improve on his freshman season by catching four passes for a
Oct. 15                                    career-best 55 yards, surpassing his previous best at Washington last season (6 catches, 45
Oct. 22                                    yards). He also had one catch for 52 yards vs. UCLA last season. Colvin matched that yardage
Oct. 29                                    two weeks later vs. Fresno State, catching three passes for 55 yards, including a career-long 46
Nov. 5
                                           yard touchdown pass from Kellen Clemens. In all, Colvin has nine catches for 120 yards and
Nov. 12
Nov. 19
                                           through four games and all four of his career touchdowns have come at Autzen Stadium.

DEFENSIVE PAC-10 PLAYER OF THE WEEK        ROSARIO’S FIRST DOWN EFFICIENCY
Sept. 3 - Spencer Havener, UCLA            Junior tight end Dante Rosario has eight catches for 80 yards (10.0 avg) this season and five of
Sept. 10 - Dale Robinson, Arizona State    his eight grabs have been good for an Oregon first down while one was a 14 yard score vs.
Sept. 17 - A.J. TUITELE, OREGON            Houston.
Sept. 24 - Jamar Williams, Arizona State
Oct. 1                                     SECOND TIME’S A CHARM
Oct. 8                                     Freshman tailback Jonathan Stewart has returned just two kickoffs this season, but his second
Oct. 15                                    was a 83-yard return for a touchdown in the opening play vs. Montana. Stewart became the first
Oct. 22                                    Oregon player to run a kickoff back for a touchdown since Kenny Washington (at UCLA, 11-15-03)
Oct. 29                                    ran a kick back 97 yards, and the first to open a game by returning a kick all the way since Saladin
Nov. 5                                     McCullough did so against Arizona in 1997.
Nov. 12
Nov. 19
                                           NOT TO WORRY
SP. TEAMS PAC-10 PLAYER OF THE WEEK        In Oregon’s opener at Houston, Oregon’s starting linebackers — Anthony Trucks (SR), A.J.
Sept. 3 - PAUL MARTINEZ, OREGON            Tuitele (SO) and Brent Haberly (JR) — had just 11 combined career starts between them heading
Sept. 10 - PAUL MARTINEZ, OREGON           into the game. But any questions about the experience of the linebackers were quickly answered as
Sept. 17 - Jim Mixon, California           the trio had 27 of Oregon’s 50 total tackles. Trucks tied a career-high with 11 total tackles to lead
Sept. 24 - None selected                   Oregon, Tuitele set a new career-best with 11 tackles and Haberly’s five tackles surpassed his
Oct. 1                                     season total (4) from a year ago. After four games, Tuitele is second on the team with 31 tackles
Oct. 8                                     while Trucks is fourth with 26 and Haberly is sixth with 18. In all, the trio have 75 of Oregon’s 282
Oct. 15
                                           total tackles this season.
Oct. 22
Oct. 29
Nov. 5
                                           FIRST DOWN EFFICIENCY
Nov. 12                                    The Ducks had 30 first downs in their win at Houston and surpassed that total with 31 in a win
Nov. 19                                    over Fresno State Sept. 17. Prior to the Houston game, the last time Oregon had 30 first
                                           downs in a game was Nov. 21, 1998 in a double overtime loss at Oregon State. Oregon also
          THIS WEEK’S GAMES                had 30 first downs in an overtime victory vs. Fresno State Sept. 20, 1997. You’d have to go
SAT., OCT 1                                back to 1996 to find the last time the Ducks had 30 first downs in a non-overtime game when
USC at Arizona State                       they had 31 in a 48-27 loss at Arizona State and 33 in a 35-28 win over Colorado State in
Washington State at Oregon State
Oregon at Stanford                         Autzen Stadium.
Arizona at California
Washington at UCLA




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      PRESEASON TESTING
40-yard Electric                                JORDAN, JORDAN, JORDAN
Demetrius Williams (wr)         4.64            While multi-sport standout Jordan Kent had never played organized football prior to deciding to
Brian Paysinger (wr)            4.66            expand his resume one week prior to the start of fall drills, the wide receiver is striving to become
Garren Strong (wr)              4.69            the University of Oregon’s first male post WWII three-sport letterman, and the Pac-10’s first
Dennis Dixon (qb)               4.73            since Arizona State’s J.D. Hill (baseball 1968, football 1967, 68, 70 and track 1969). Kent is
Andiel Brown (tb)               4.74            also a member of the Oregon basketball team (G) and a track and field All-American (100m,
                                                200m, LJ, 4x400 relay, 4x100 relay). His first career reception was a 41-yard grab from Kellen
Vertical Jump                                   Clemens vs. Montana. Below are Kent’s statistical highlights from each sport.
Jonathan Stewart (tb)           36”             Personal: Born Jordan Russell Kent on July 24, 1984 in Dhaharan, Saudi Arabia. Parents are
Jackie Bates (cb)               34.5”           Ernie and Dianna Kent. One brother, one sister. Father is Oregon’s head basketball coach.
Demetrius Williams (wr)         34”             Brother Marcus and sister McKenzie are both UO students. High School: Churchill. Major:
Chris Vincent (lb)              34”             Business Administration.
Nate LiaBraaten (dl)            32.5”
                                                TRACK AND FIELD: 100 PR: 10.41 (T7th all-time at Oregon)
Squat
                                                                 200 PR: 20.82 (5th all-time at Oregon)
Haloti Ngata (dt)               615 lbs.
                                                                 Long Jump PR: 24-9 3/4 (10th all-time at Oregon)
David Faaeteete (dt)            585 lbs.
Enoka Lucas (c)                 535 lbs.                         4x400 relay (3:00.81), 3rd place 2005 NCAA Champs (46.1 opening leg)
Victor Filipe (de)              510 lbs.                         Anchored school-record 4x100 relay (39.20) - 6th at NCAAs
Max Unger (ot)                  505 lbs.                         5th in 2005 Pac-10 100 M (10.55)
Mark Lewis (ot)                 505 lbs.                         4th in 2004 Pac-10 200 M
                                                                 2003 West Regional 200 M champion (20.99)
Bench Press                                     BASKETBALL:      Started nine of 27 games (2004-05)
Haloti Ngata (dt)               505 lbs.                         4.8 ppg, 4.4 rpg (team’s 3rd-best)
Matt Toeaina (dl)               455 lbs.                         PRs: 19 points/16 rebounds vs. Washington (2/10/05)
Brian Truelove (dl)             435 lbs.                         2nd on team in steals (21)
Enoka Lucas (c)                 425 lbs.                         Team’s Co-Defensive Player of the Year
Ian Reynoso (ol)                400 lbs.                         Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team

Leaders by Position                             AND TOMMY SKIPPER TOO
O-line vertical         Enoka Lucas, 26.5”      Two-time track and field collegiate national champion Tommy Skipper has joined the Ducks’
O-line clean         Enoka Lucas, 341 lbs.      football team as a punter. Skipper, who captured NCAA pole vault titles in 2004 (outdoors) and
O-line squat         Enoka Lucas, 535 lbs.      2005 (indoors), hasn’t played football since he graduated from high school at Sandy High
O-line bench         Enoka Lucas, 425 lbs.      School in 2003. The Ducks’ pole vault school record-holder (18-10 1/4) also established the
O-line 40                Enoka Lucas, 5.49
                                                Pacific-10 Conference record as a freshman in 2004. He also claimed Pac-10 pole vault and
QB vertical                  Brady Leaf, 29 “
                                                decathlon titles his freshman season. He missed the majority of last spring’s outdoor season
QB clean           Kellen Clemens, 308 lbs.
QB squat           Kellen Clemens, 440 lbs.     with a knee injury and was unable to clear a height at either the conference or NCAA champion-
QB bench           Kellen Clemens, 285 lbs.     ships. Although it is Skipper’s first attempt at football at the collegiate level, his all-around athletic
QB 40                    Dennis Dixon, 4.73     ability drew notice by the San Diego Padres as they drafted him in the 37th round of the 2003
TE/HB vertical             Matt Larkin, 29.5”   amatuer baseball draft despite the fact he had never played baseball.
TE/HB clean                 Tim Day, 330 lbs.
TE/HB squat         Dante Rosario, 440 lbs.     OFFENSIVELY SPEAKING
TE/HB bench                 Tim Day, 390 lbs.   The Ducks’ 554 yards of total offense at Houston was their highest output since a 646 yard day
TE/HB 40              Jonathan Levine, 4.95     at Washington State on Oct. 9, 2004. It is the only game that the Ducks surpassed 500 yards
WR vertical         Demetrius Williams, 34”     of total offense last season . . . Clemens’ 348 passing yards was his highest output since his 437
WR clean           Jaison Williams, 330 lbs.    yard passing performance at Washington State (10-9-04). He had only three 300+ yard games
WR squat           Jaison Williams, 445 lbs.    last season. Two weeks ago against Fresno State, Clemens added his second 300-yard perfor-
WR bench          Cameron Colvin, 315 lbs.      mance of the season, throwing for 332 yards . . . Demetrius Williams’ 133 receiving yards at
WR 40              Demetrius Williams, 4.64     Houston was his most since he had 153 yards vs. Arizona on Oct. 16, 2004 . . . Oregon
DB vertical              Jackie Bates, 34.5”
                                                surpassed 37 points only twice in 2004 — a 48-10 win over Idaho and a 41-38 win at Washing-
DB clean              Ryan Depalo, 308 lbs.
                                                ton State. This season, Oregon has scored at least 37 points in three of its four games and is
DB squat              Ryan Depalo, 425 lbs.
DB bench            Justin Phinisee, 345 lbs.   averaging 33.7 points per game and 433.5 yards of total offense. . . Oregon’s 304.0 passing
DB 40                     Ryan Depalo, 4.76     yards per game is 17th in the nation.
DL vertical          Nate LiaBraaten, 32.5”
DL clean              Haloti Ngata, 407 lbs.    DEFENSIVELY SPEAKING
DL squat              Haloti Ngata, 615 lbs.    Senior Aaron Gipson grabbed his 10th career interception last week vs. USC one week after
DL bench              Haloti Ngata, 505 lbs.    getting his ninth vs. Fresno State. Gipson is one pick shy of breaking into the top-10 all-time at
DL 40                  Justin Andrews, 4.91     Oregon . . . The Duck defense held Montana to just two first downs in the first half while the
LB vertical               Chris Vincent, 34”    Grizzlies’ seven total first downs is the fewest Oregon has allowed since giving seven to Arizona
LB clean           Anthony Trucks, 319 lbs.     in a 16-10 win over Arizona on Sept. 30, 1989 . . . Darius Sanders had a career-high four tackles
LB squat             Chris Vincent, 490 lbs.    vs. Montana and his first three were all for a loss . . . Junior Matt Toeaina had a career-best seven
LB bench              Jason Turner, 355 lbs.    tackles vs. Houston after tallying just 10 total tackles in all of 2004. He added one sack for a loss
LB 40                      John Bacon, 4.95     of 10 yards and had his first two career pass break ups . . . Rodney Woods picked up his second
RB vertical           Jonathan Stewart, 36”     career interception and his second of the season vs. Montana . . . As a team, Oregon had seven
RB clean             Andiel Brown, 303 lbs.     tackles for a loss of 30 yards vs. Houston and nine tackles for a loss of 39 yards vs. Montana .
RB squat             Andiel Brown, 450 lbs.
                                                . . The Ducks’ starting defense didn’t yield any points in the second half vs. its first two foes this
RB bench         Jonathan Stewart, 365 lbs.
RB 40                                           season prior and allowed just one touchdown in the second half vs. Fresno State with 1 minute,
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               CAREER STARTS                      WHAT’S NEW
                                                     COACHING STAFF - After returning a staff intact a year ago, the Ducks welcomed two new
OFFENSE                                           full-time assistants to the staff in 2005. Offensive coordinator Gary Crowton takes over for the
Player              2005    Streak   Career       departed Andy Ludwig after spending the previous four seasons as the head coach at BYU.
K. Clemens      4            28         28        Former Oregon defensive lineman Michael Gray returns to his alma mater as the Ducks’ defensive
T. Whitehead    4            17         27        line coach following two seasons at Kentucky and six seasons at Oregon State. These additions
D. Williams     4            5          25        prompted other changes within the staff as 26-year Oregon veteran Neal Zoumboukos switched
T. Day          4            5          23        from the offensive line to take over as the Ducks’ tight ends coach, while Steve Greatwood moved
I. Reynoso      2            2          16
                                                  from the defensive line to coach Oregon’s offensive linemen.
                                                     THE OFFENSE - Coach Crowton will bring a new look to the Duck offense as Oregon will
D. Rosario      4            15         15
                                                  utilize both a tight end and an H-Back. Senior Tim Day will move from his tight end position and
E. Lucas        4            4          11
                                                  enters fall as Oregon’s starting H-Back while junior Dante Rosario enters fall as the Ducks’
M. Unger        4            4          4         starting tight end after starting 11 games at fullback in 2004.
G. Schwartz     4            4          4            OTHER POSITION CHANGES
C. Colvin       3            3          4         Junior kicker Paul Martinez will be given a chance to win Oregon’s placekicking chores after
J. Tschirgi     3            3          3         serving as the team’s primary punter two years ago. Martinez averaged 37.0 yards per punt in
P. Ma Sun Jr.   3            3          3         2003 before losing the job in 2004. Junior Chris Vincent also made a switch, moving from tailback
K. Weatherspoon 0            0          2         to linebacker. Martinez concluded spring drills by kicking successful field goals from 32 and 37
N. LiaBraaten* 0             0          2
                                                  yards, respectively in the spring game while Vincent accounted for three tackles.
                                                     Switches during fall camp include:
C. Vincent*     0            0          2
                                                     Levi Horn, FR. (TE to OL)
J. Finely       1            1          1
                                                     Matt Bramow, FR. (WR to HB)
D. Kause        0            0          1            Simi Toeaina, FR. (DL to OL)
                                                     Ed Dickson, FR. (TE to WR)
*Defensive player in 2005
                                                  PAC-10 PRESEASON POLL - DUCKS PICKED FOURTH
DEFENSE                                           The Oregon football program was picked fourth in the 2005 preseason Pac-10 poll as voted on
Player              2005    Streak   Career       by West Coast media members who regularly cover the league. For the second consecutive
D. Long              2       1          26
                                                  season, the USC Trojans have been picked to win the league title.
A. Gipson            4       12         26
                                                                                  2005 Preseason Pac-10 Poll
H. Ngata             4       12         22
                                                                                     1. USC (41)         410
J. Phinisee          4       11         22                                           2. California       300
J.D. Nelson          4       15         15                                           3. Arizona State    296
A. Trucks            4       9          14                                           4. Oregon           290
M. Toeaina           4       4          6                                            5. UCLA             282
A.J. Tuitele         4       4          6                                            6. Washington State 189
J. Bates             0       0          4                                            7. Oregon State     159
R. Woods             0       0          4
                                                                                     8. Arizona          131
                                                                                     9. Stanford         106
B. Haberly           4       4          4
                                                                                     10. Washington      92
P. Chung             4       4          4
D. Sanders           3       3          3         INJURY UPDATE
C. Linehan           2       2          2         For the second consecutive season, the Ducks were relatively fortunate, losing just one player for
V. Filipe            1       1          1         the season prior to the start of the season-opener. Offensive guard Shawn Flanagan originally
K. Agyeman           1       1          1         tore his pectoral muscle near his right shoulder during the off-season that will force him to miss
                                                  the entire year. The 6-6, 305-pound Pendleton junior started two games last season at right
                                                  tackle in nine appearances and had opened four games over the past two years.
KICKERS
                                                  SPECIAL TEAMS - SHARING THE DUTIES
Player              2005    Streak   Career
                                                  This season, the Oregon coaching staff is breaking up the duties in regards to the Ducks’ special
P. Martinez (PK)*    4        4         18
                                                  teams. Assistant Head Coach Neal Zoumboukos oversees the special teams and here’s a look
M. Dragich           3        3         3         at how the rest of the unit is coached:
A. Knowles           1        1         1                                        Punt Team: Neal Zoumboukos
                                                                                 Punt Return: John Neal
*14 of Martinez’s 15 starts came as a punter.                                    Kickoff: Don Pellum
Martinez took over as the Ducks’ placekicker in                                  Kickoff Return: Gary Campbell
2005 and has started one game.                                                   FG/PAT: Steve Greatwood
                                                                                 FG/PAT Block: Michael Gray
                                                                                 Hands/Missile: Dan Ferrigno




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OREGON RADIO NETWORK                       SPECIAL TEAMS SPECIAL
Market             Station     Frequency   The following is a breakdown of tackles among Oregon’s special teams standouts.
                                                     Single-Game Tackle Leaders          UT      A         TOT
Astoria            KAST-AM     1370                  Houston: Jackie Bates               3       0         3
Bend               KBND-AM     1110                  Montana: Jackie Bates               2       1         3
Brookings          KURY-AM     910                             Ryan DePalo               3       0         3
Burns              KZZR-AM     1230                  FSU:      Patrick Chung             1       2         3
                                                               Justin Phinisee           2       1         3
Coos Bay/N. Bend   KHSN-AM     1230                  USC:      Patrick Chung             2       1         3
Corvallis/Albany   KGAL-AM     1580
Eugene             KUGN-AM     590                    Season Leaders                                UT         A          TOT
Florence           KCST-FM     106.9
                                                      Patrick Chung                                 5          5          9
                                                      Jackie Bates                                  7          1          8
Grants Pass        KAJO-AM     1270                   Ryan DePalo                                   7          0          7
Hood River         KIHR-AM     1340                   Sharrod Davis                                 2          2          4
John Day           KJDY-AM     1400                   Justin Phinisee                               3          1          4
                                                      Chris Vincent                                 3          1          4
Klamath Falls      KFLS-AM     1450
                                                      Anthony Trucks                                0          3          3
Lakeview           KQIK-AM     1230                   Justin Andrews                                2          1          3
Las Vegas, Nev.    KLAV-AM     1230                   J.D. Nelson                                   0          2          2
Lincoln City       KBCH-AM     1400                   Dante Rosario                                 1          1          2
                                                      Rodney Woods                                  1          1          2
Medford            KCMX-AM     880
                                                      Matt Evensen                                  1          0          1
Newport/Toledo     KPPT-AM     1230                   Paul Martinez                                 1          0          1
Pendleton          KTIX-AM     1240                   Jaison Williams                               1          0          0
Portland           KXL-AM      750
                                           PRESEASON AWARD WATCH LISTS
Roseburg           KQEN-AM     1240        Senior quarterback Kellen Clemens is one of 33 candidates on the preseason Davey O’Brien watch list
Salem              KYKN-AM     1430        and one of 22 senior quarterbacks garnering early recognition for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award,
Tillamook          KTIL-FM     104.1       presented annually to the nation’s top senior collegiate quarterback by the Frank Camp Chapter of the Johnny
                                           Unitas Golden Arm Educational Foundation. The Davey O’Brien award, given annually to the nation’s top
                                           quarterback, is the oldest and most prestigious award in the country for college quarterbacks and is named
                                           in honor of the late Davey OBrien. OBrien led the TCU Horned Frogs to the 1938 national championship and
                                           was the first player to win the Heisman, Walter Camp and Maxwell Awards in one season. Clemens is one of
                                           just two quarterbacks in the Pac-10 (Matt Leinart, USC) on the list. Defensive lineman Haloti Ngata is one
                                           of 36 lineman from around the country who is receiving early consideration for the Outland Trophy as well as
                                           one of 50 defenders on the Bronko Nagurski Trophy watch list. The Outland Trophy is awarded to the nation’s
                                           best interior lineman while the Bronko Nagurski Trophy is given to the best defensive player in college football.
                                           He tied for fifth on the team in tackles a year ago (46) to become on of three defensive linemen in the Pac-10
                                           to receive early mention for the Outland Trophy and one of six defensive standouts in the league to attract
                                           attention as the nation’s top defensive player. Tailback Terrence Whitehead was recently named to the
                                           2005 Doak Walker Award watch list, presented annually to the nation’s top college running back.

                                           MAJORITY RULES - DE LA SALLE PROMINENT ON OREGON ROSTER
                                           Last season the Ducks signed four players from De La Salle high school in Pittsburg, Calif. In 2005,
                                           Oregon added linebacker Chris Mulvanny and defensive back Terrell Ward to bring the number of active
                                           players on the roster from De La Salle to six (CB Jackie Bates, So; WR Cameron Colvin, SO; CB Willie
                                           Glasper, FR; LB Chris Mulvanny, JR-TR; WR Demetrius Williams, SR; and DB Terrell Ward, FR.

                                           ANOTHER YEAR, ANOTHER PROLIFIC QUARTERBACK
                                           Senior signal caller Kellen Clemens has followed in the footsteps of some of the best quarterbacks in
                                           Oregon history, but he has also made a name for himself. Only two other QBs have thrown for more
                                           yards heading into their senior seasons than Clemens and this season, the Burns native will look to have
                                           his third consecutive 2,000 yard passing season to become only the second quarterback in school
                                           history to accomplish the feat. Currently fifth all-time in passing yards (6,272), fifth in total offense (6,721)
                                           and fourth in touchdown passes (51), Clemens will continue to move up the UO charts this season.

                                           DAZZLING DEBUTS
                                           Junior transfer James Finley (WR) paced 22 players who played for the first time in a collegiate
                                           football game, catching 10 passes vs. Houston to set an Oregon record for most catches in a
                                           season opener . . . Freshman Jonathan Stewart finished as the Ducks’ second leading rusher
                                           behind QB Kellen Clemens, carrying the ball five times for 47 yards, including a long of 33 yards
                                           in which he carried several Houston defenders 20 yards before being brought down...Redshirt
                                           freshman Max Unger played every single play for the Ducks at left tackle . . . Redshirt freshman
                                           Patrick Chung (FS) had six total tackles to finish fourth on the team . . . Senior wide receiver
                                           Demetrius Williams knows all about opening day performances. Four weeks ago vs. Houston,
                                           Williams caught 9 passes for 133 yards to lead the Ducks. It was his eighth career 100-yard
                                           receiving game, tying him for the school record with Keenan Howry (1999-2002) and Tony
                                           Hartley (1998-99). Williams had five catches for 129 yards vs. Indiana in the Ducks’ season-
                                           opener last year to lead the Ducks and also had a team-high 135 receiving yards in the Ducks’
                                           opener vs. Mississippi State in 2003 to finish his career with 100-yard receiving efforts in the
                                           Ducks’ opener in his final three seasons.
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2005 SEASON RECAP

Week 1: Quarterback Kellen Clemens threw for 348 yards and two touchdowns while also rushing for a career-best 72 yards on 12 carries to lead the
                             Houston
Ducks to a 38-24 win over Housto in Reliant Stadium. Junior placekicker Paul Martinez, who spent his first two seasons at Oregon as a punter, tied a
school record with five field goals, including a 51-yarder, to continually keep the Ducks in the game. The Ducks trailed 21-17 at halftime, but a prolific
second half by Clemens (317 yards total offense) and a stand by the Ducks’ defense helped lead the Ducks to the win. Houston scored on a 62-yard
touchdown pass to end the first quarter and did not score again in the game until a 43-yard field goal with three seconds remaining in the game. Senior
receiver Demetrius Williams caught nine passes for 133 yards and a touchdown while James Finely caught 10 passes for 95 yards in his Oregon debut.
Defensively, Anthony Trucks paced the Ducks with 11 tackles while Aaron Gipson and Rodney Woods each accounted for an interception.

PLAYERS OF GAME VS. HOUSTON
Offense: Demetrius Williams (9 catches, 133 yards, TD)
Defense: A.J. Tuitele (9 total tackles, one pass break up)
Special Teams: Paul Martinez (5-of-6 field goals: 22yds, 39 yds, 51 yds, 29 yds, 24 yds.)
Offensive Scout: Jeremiah Johnson (TB)
Defensive Scout: Ryan Phipps (LB) and Ernie Rubio (DT)

Week 2: Kellen Clemens threw for 275 yards, and Paul Martinez set a school record with six field goals in Oregon’s 47-14 win over Montana in
week two. Senior wide receiver Demetrius Williams had five catches for 93 yards and a touchdown, and nine other Ducks caught passes as the
Ducks had 426 yards of total offense. Defensively, Oregon limited Montana to just 144 total yards and had nine tackles for loss (39 yards).
Terrence Whitehead, a 1,000-yard rusher in 2004, had just 35 yards on 18 carries, after running for 31 yards in a win over Houston last week. The
Ducks (2-0) finished with just 87 yards on the ground. The Ducks improved to 10-1 in home openers under head coach Mike Bellotti, who tied Len
Casanova for second on the school’s all-time wins list with his 82nd victory.

PLAYERS OF GAME VS. MONTANA
Offense: Enoka Lucas
Defense: Haloti Ngata and Darius Sanders
Special Teams: Paul Martinez
Offensive Scout: Matt Larkin and Ed Dickson
Defensive Scout: Walter Thurmond, Ernie Rubio and Michael Speed
Special Teams Scout: Walter Thurmond, Jeremiah Johnson, Ernie Rubio and Michael Speed

Week 3: Kellen Clemens threw for 332 yards and four touchdowns to lead Oregon to a 37-34 victory over No. 23 Fresno State. The loss
snapped a seven-game winning streak for the Bulldogs (1-1), who also had won their last three against Pac-10 teams. The Ducks (3-0) saw their
new spread offense come together against a ranked opponent a week before USC visited Autzen Stadium for the conference opener. Demetrius
Williams caught eight passes for 95 yards and two touchdowns, while Terrence Whitehead rushed for 96 yards and a score, and caught another
TD. Clemens completed 28 of 38 passes. Whitehead took a seemingly routine pass from Clemens and ran it 42 yards into the end zone to make it
37-27 for the Ducks with 4:16 left. But Fresno State kept it interesting with Paul Pinegar’s 14-yard touchdown pass to Matt Rivera to narrow it
to 37-34 with 1:50 left. Pinegar completed 33 of 43 passes for 418 yards and three scores for Fresno State, which was ranked in the AP’s
preseason poll for the first time but wasn’t challenged much in a season-opening 55-17 victory at home over Weber State. The Bulldogs were
stung Saturday night by 16 penalties for 155 yards.

PLAYERS OF THE GAME VS. FRESNO STATE
Offense: Kellen Clemens, Terrence Whitehead
Defense: J.D. Nelson
Special Teams: Justin Phinisee
Offensive Scout: Jeremiah Johnson, Matt Bramow
Defensive Scout: Willie Glasper, Michael Speed
Special Teams Scout: Walter Thurmond, Jeremiah Johnson

Week 4: Matt Leinart threw for 315 yards and three touchdowns and top-ranked USC trailed early but took over in the second to beat No.
24 Oregon, 45-13 -- the Trojans' 25th straight victory. The Ducks jumped out to an early 13-0 lead and clung to a 13-10 halftime advantage,
but the Trojans scored 35 unanswered points in the second half. Leinart, who was completing 75 percent of his passes (36-48) going into the
game, didn't even make half of his attempts (12 of 25) in the first half against the Ducks. But the Heisman Trophy winner finished 23-of-39 with
an interception. Reggie Bush caught a scoring pass and ran for another for the two-time defending national champions, who have been No. 1
for a record 22-straight AP polls. He finished with 20 carries for 122 yards, and three catches for 43 yards. Kellen Clemens made 15 of 30
passes for 168 yards and one TD for Oregon. In 159 attempts this season, he has yet to throw an interception. Paul Martinez kicked at 37-
yard field goal to put the Ducks ahead 3-0 early in the game and on USC's subsequent possession, Leinart's pass was intercepted by Aaron
Gipson in the end zone and returned 38 yards. Oregon capitalized on the turnover with Clemens' 36-yard touchdown pass Demetrius
Williams. Martinez added a 48-yarder to make it 13-0 before the Trojans got going with Leinart's 19-yard scoring pass to Bush. Mario Danelo
kicked a 36-yard field goal to narrow it to 13-10 at halftime. Southern California took over early in the second half and scored and finished the
game scoring 45 unanswered points.

PLAYERS OF THE GAME VS. USC
Offense: N/A
Defense: N/A
Special Teams: Patrick Chung
Offensive Scout: Jeremiah Johnson, Ed Dickson
Defensive Scout: Ernie Rubio, Terrell Williams-Ward
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PLAYERS TO WATCH
#11 KELLEN CLEMENS — 6-2, 218, Sr., QB, Burns, OR                           #96 HALOTI NGATA — 6-5, 340, Jr., DT, Salt Lake City, UT
*12th in the country in total offense (316.3 avg.) and 3rd in the Pac-10    *Overcame constant double teams to post season-high five tackles vs.
*His 348 passing yards in season opener ranks third on his personal list        Montana and Fresno State
    (career-best 437 vs. WSU, 2004), while 420 yards total offense          *Forced one fumble, recovered one fumble, and credited with a safety
    was 10th on Ducks’ single-game chart (Clemen’s second-best be-              on a quarterback sack against Montana
    hind 473 vs. WSU)                                                       *Accounted for tackles for losses in each of 2005’s first four games
*Equalled career-best 4 TD passes vs. Fresno State                          *Leads all down linemen with 15 tackles
*Completed touchdown passes in 23 of 28 career starts and has thrown        *Credited with blocking five kicks in his Oregon career
    multiple TD aerials 15 times                                            *Included on preseason honors lists for the Outland and Bronko Nagurski
*Ranks fifth on school’s career total offense (6,721) and passing yards         trophies
    charts (6,272)
*Remains unsurpassed in school history with a 60 percent (525-871)          #31 JUSTIN PHINISEE — 5-11, 195, Sr., CB/PR, Compton, CA
    career passing completion percentage                                    *Posted season-high eight tackles (all unassisted) vs. Fresno State
*Fourth on Oregon’s career TD passes list with 51                           *Team’s co-leader with three passes broken up and second on team in
*Maintains a career touchdown/interception ratio of 2.5/1 (51/20).             solo tackles (18)
*Also accumulated a single-game high of 72 rushing yards at Houston,        *Ranks 45th in the country in punt returns (9.4 avg.), returning three
    including a personal-best 43-yard run                                      kicks for 58 yards at Houston (including long of 28)
*Clemens’ 36 completions in 2004 at Washington State fell one shy of
    the single-game Pac-10 record                                           #28 JONATHAN STEWART — 5-11, 228, Fr., TB, Lacey, WA
*Included on preseason honors lists for the Davy O’Brien aned Johnny        *Accumulated 47 yards on five carries in collegiate debut at Houston
    Unitas Golden Arm awards                                                *Included was 33-yard effort in which he carried would-be tacklers the
                                                                                final 25 yards
#80 CAMERON COLVIN — 6-2, 206, So., WR, Pittsburg, CA                       *Averages 40.7 yards per kickoff return, returning three for 122 yards
*His 55 yards receiving vs. Houston and Fresno State marks a colle-         *Opened the Montana game with 83-yard ko return for a touchdown
   giate best, while he had caught more passes than his four season-        *Averaging team-high 16.4 yards each time he touches the football
   opening receptions on only one occasion last year                        *Missed Fresno State and USC games with an ankle sprain
*Matched number of ‘04 scoring catches (2) in two of ‘05’s four games
                                                                            #45 MATT TOEAINA — 6-3, 295, Jr., DT, American Samoa
#18 JAMES FINLEY — 6-2, 200, Jr., WR, Los Angeles, CA                       *Led all down linemen with a career-high seven tackles in season opener
*Set school record for most catches (10) by a player in his Oregon             vs. Houston. Totals compared to 10 tackles all of last year
   debut vs. Houston, and tied mark for receptions in a season opener       *Also contributed a quarterback sack among his 1.5 tackles for loss (13
*Half of his receptions at Houston resulted in first downs, including two      yards) as well as two passes broken up
   greater than 20 yards each                                               *Caught pass for apparent 2-pt. PAT vs. Montana before fumbling ball
*56th in the country in receptions per game (5.0 avg.)                         into end zone before crossing goal line (Oregon recovered ball for
                                                                               successful PAT)
#5 AARON GIPSON -- 5-9, 199, Sr., CB, Fontana, CA
*Interceptions vs. Houston (22-yd. return), Montana (0 yd.), Fresno         #84 ANTHONY TRUCKS — 6-1, 226, Sr., SS, Antioch, Calif.
    State (2) and USC (38) increased career total to 10                     *Equalled a career high with 11 tackles (3 unassisted) in the season
*2nd in the country in interceptions (1.0 avg.)                                opener vs. Houston
*His season-high six tackles (5 unassisted) vs. Fresno State included       *Responded following week with 9 tackles (1 TFL) vs. Montana
    two for loss of 5 yards                                                 *Played only one snap vs. USC due to ankle injury

#92 DEVAN LONG -- 6-4, 266, Sr., DE, Anacortes, WA                          #34 A.J. TUITELE — 5-11, 210, So., WLB, Wilmington, Calif.
*Snapped string of 25 consecutive starts and 31 straight appearances        *Credited with a career-best 11 tackles vs. Houston and Fresno State
   by missing Montana and Fresno State games with a knee sprain             *Named Pac-10 weekly defensive honoree for play vs. Fresno State
*Posted four tackles (3 solo) vs. USC in first game in three weeks
*Has accumulated 33.5 career tackles-for-loss for 168 yards                 #24 TERRENCE WHITEHEAD — 5-10, 224, Sr., TB, Los Angeles
                                                                            *Oregon’s two-time rushing leader rushed for season-high 96 yards vs.
#36 PAUL MARTINEZ -- 6-2, 215, Jr., PK, Danville, CA                           Fresno State
*Equalled school’s single-game records by converting five of six field      *Extended consecutive games with at least one catch to 21, including
    goals in the season opener -- then broke it by connecting on all six       season-high five grabs vs. Fresno State
    field goal tries the following week vs. Montana                         *Stands 137 receiving yards shy of becoming only school’s third player
*Tied Pac-10 record with six field goals vs. Montana                           to gain 1,000 career yards rushing and receiving
*Broke Pac-10 record (and tied NCAA mark) with five field goals in the      *Became the first RB since 2002 to rush for three touchdowns when he
    1st half                                                                   matched the feat in 2004 win vs. Arizona
*Connected on season-long 51-yard three-pointer at Houston and              *Moved into 4th on school’s career rushing chart (2,330 yards) and 9th
    added 48-yard try vs. USC                                                  in all-purpose yardage (3,457 yards)
*Broke consecutive string of eight successful field goals with 41-yard
    miss vs. Fresno State before rebounding with 45-yard connection         #6 DEMETRIUS WILLIAMS — 6-2, 200, Sr., WR, Pittsburg, Calif.
*Already ranks 10th on school’s single-season FG list (14)                  *Ranks 19th in the country in receptions per game (6.75) and 17th in
*Leads the country in field goals made per game (3.5) and tied for 7th          receiving yards (101.0)
    (t2nd in Pac-10) in scoring (12.0 avg.)                                 *Equalled school record with his eighth 100-yard receiving effort of his
*Team’s former starting punter (2003) came into 2005 opener with                career at Houston (9 catches, 133 yards)
    career placements slate of 1-1 PAT                                      *Improved to 7th on Oregon’s career receiving yards ledger (2,005)
                                                                                and 6th in receptions (130)
#28 J.D. NELSON -- 5-11, 215, Jr., FS, Mountain View, CA                    *Extended consecutive games with a touchdown catch to five
*Posted a career-best 13 tackles (6 solo) vs. USC to assume role as         *Increased career touchdown catches to 15 (t8 school history)
   team’s leading tackler
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2005 GAME BY GAME STARTERS LISTED BY POSITION

                                                      Offense

  Game         WR           LT      LG           C           RG           RT                TE              WR
  @HOU         Williams     Unger   Tschirgi     Lucas       Reynoso      Schwartz          Day             Colvin
  MONT         Williams     Unger   Ma Sun       Lucas       Reynoso      Schwartz          Day             Colvin
  FRES         Williams     Unger   Tschirgi     Lucas       Ma Sun       Schwartz          Day             Colvin
  USC          Williams     Unger   Tschirgi     Lucas       Ma Sun       Schwartz          Day             Colvin
  @STAN
  @ASU
  UW
  @ARIZ
  CAL
  @WSU
  OSU


  Game         QB             TB               HB/WR
  @HOU         Clemens        Whitehead        Finley
  MONT         Clemens        Stewart          Whitehead
  FRES         Clemens        Whitehead        Finley
  USC          Clemens        Whitehead        Finley
  @STAN
  @ASU
  UW
  @ARIZ
  CAL
  @WSU
  OSU



                                                     Defense

  Game            DE                 DT                    DT          DE               WLB               MLB
  @HOU            Long               Ngata                 Toeaina     Sanders          Tuitele           Haberly
  MONT            Sanders            Ngata                 Toeaina     Filipe           Tuitele           Haberly
  FRES            Sanders            Ngata                 Linehan     Toeaina          Tuitele           Haberly
  USC             Long               Ngata                 Linehan     Toeaina          Tuitele           Haberly
  @STAN
  @ASU
  UW
  @ARIZ
  CAL
  @WSU
  OSU


  Game            SS                 LC                    ROV         FS               RC
  @HOU            Trucks             Gipson                Chung       Nelson           Phinisee
  MONT            Trucks             Gipson                Chung       Nelson           Phinisee
  FRES            Trucks             Gipson                Chung       Nelson           Phinisee
  USC             Agyeman            Gipson                Chung       Nelson           Phinisee
  @STAN
  @ASU
  UW
  @ARIZ
  CAL
  @WSU
  OSU




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QUOTES FROM OREGON HEAD COACH MIKE BELLOTTI

Recapping last week’s game against USC . . . “We played well for a half and held a great football team down. We really
controlled the tempo offensively, took advantage of some turnovers and takeaways, and had some offensive rythem. Our
defense did not give them the big play, which was one of the keys for our game early. Two costly penalties took away
touchdowns -- I don’t think you can ever recover from a 14-point swing. We lost some of our intensity in the second half, fans
weren’t quite there, we didn’t give them enough to be exited about and we got worn down.

“That’s a difficult thing against Reggie Bush, who I think is a Heisman Trophy winner -- not a candidate but a winner in my
opinion. He’s the best player I have played against or coached against in my 34 years of coaching.

“We needed our offense to step up. Kellen (Clemens) did not have a great game -- I think he was dinged a little bit. He
answered the questions well on the sideline but did not play like we’ve seen him play. Give credit to USC, they did some
things, defensively, they’re a good, talented team, their ends played very, very well and took away some things from us, and
we needed to take advantage of any opportunity that we got.”

Lessons learned from the USC game . . . “You have to play for 60 minutes, you can’t beat the national champions for 30
minutes and take any solace in it at all. We did not do a very good job in the defensive line. Our gap control suffered that way
and our pressure on the quarterback was not a factor in the game and it needed to be. But I was also disappointed that we
did not play as good of run defense as we’re use to.

“When we play well, we can play with anybody. When we don’t, watch out. I talk about the transition from last year’s team to
this year’s team that we needed greater consistency and we needed greater resolve. It will be tested now.”

Play of (quarterback) Dennis Dixon . . . “I was pleased with Dennis Dixon. I thought Dennis came in and certainly gave us
a spark. He sprained an ankle and a foot unfortunately during that time. We may use him more and I think he deserves to play.
He brings a spark to the offense. Dennis has the speed and elusiveness of a wide receiver or a running back but he can also
throw the ball like a quarterback. His command of the game improved and increased (Saturday). And he did that against one
of the best teams in the nation.”

Importance of Stanford game . . . “The most important thing is that we have to remember that Stanford is coming a difficult
loss. They are probably very mad, they’re hurting, they’re smarting and they’ve had two weeks to prepare for us. We need to
give our best effort in terms of focus, attention to detail and making sure this SC loss doesn’t haunt us. Stanford played us
in a very close game last year -- they were 4-2 at the time. We’re prepared for their best football game and we need to be
prepared to match it. When you’re on the road, you can’t rally or spare with the home team, you have to knock them out.”

Last year, you put pressure on their quarterbacks. Do you feel that is something you can do again? . . . “I would hope
so but based on our last two weeks, I’d say doubtful. We need a better effort from our defensive line, I’m not pleased with the
way we’re performing in terms of pass rush, holding our gaps, pressuring the quarterback, squezing the pocket -- we’ve not
done a very good job. I think our defensive line probably is underachieving at this point. I need to shake them up and that’s
probably where some of that (additional) conditioning will occur.”

Emotional state of the team . . . “We all want to get past this but I think we have to learn from it. You have to understand
history so it doesn’t repeat itself. SC is a very good football team and I don’t know had we played our best game could we
have beaten them, I don’t know that. But we didn’t play our best game by far. In the second half when we needed to shore up,
I don’t think we got our best effort and that disappoints me.”




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OREGON’S PROBABLE DEPTH CHART FOR STANFORD (9/25/05)
Offense                                              Defense

WR —      6 DEMETRIUS WILLIAMS (6-2, 200, Sr.-3L)    DE   — 92 DEVAN LONG (6-3, 266, Sr.-3L)
          4 Jaison Williams (6-5, 241, Fr.-RS)              49 Nick Reed (6-3, 245, Fr.-HS)

LT    — 60 MAX UNGER (6-5, 305, Fr.-RS)              DT   — 96 HALOTI NGATA (6-5, 340, Jr.-2L)
        64 Mark Lewis (6-4, 302, Fr.-RS)                    90 David Faaeteete (6-2, 299, So.-1L)

LG    — 61 JOSH TSCHIRGI (6-4, 300, So.-1L)          DT   — 45 MATT TOEAINA (6-3, 295, Jr.-2L)
        63 Jon Teague (6-2, 292, Fr.-RS)                  or 97 COLE LINEHAN (6-4, 300, Fr.-RS)

C     — 55 ENOKA LUCAS (6-4, 296, Jr.-2L)            DE   — 95 DARIUS SANDERS (6-5, 268, Sr.-1L)
        51 Jeff Kendall (6-3, 285, Fr.-RS)                or 45 MATT TOEAINA (6-3, 295, Jr.-2L)

RG — 77 PALAUNI MA SUN (6-6, 340, JR.-TR)            WLB — 34 A.J. TUITELE (5-11, 210, So.-1L)
     59 Ian Reynoso (6-4, 314, Sr.-2L)                     22 Chris Vincent (6-1, 230, Jr.-2L)

RT    — 75 GEOFF SCHWARTZ (6-7, 366, So.-1L)         MLB — 42 BRENT HABERLY (6-0, 220, Jr.-SQ)
        78 Jacob Hucko (6-7, 288, Fr.-RS)                  33 Blair Phillips (6-2, 238, Jr.-TR)

TE    — 85 TIM DAY (6-4, 260, Sr.-3L)                SS   — 84 ANTHONY TRUCKS (6-1, 226, Sr.-3L)
        44 Dante Rosario (6-4, 252, JR.-2L)               or 30 KWAME AGYEMAN (5-11, 205, So.-1L)

QB — 11 KELLEN CLEMENS (6-2, 218, Sr.-2L)            LC   —    5 AARON GIPSON (5-9, 199, Sr.-3L)
     10 Dennis Dixon (6-4, 192, So.-1L)                        7 Rodney Woods (5-10, 198, Sr.-1L)

TB    — 24 TERRENCE WHITEHEAD (5-10, 224, Sr.-3L)    ROV — 15 PATRICK CHUNG (5-11, 205, Fr.-RS)
        21 Terrell Jackson (5-9, 196, Fr.-RS)               3 Demetrius Spates (5-11, 212, Sr.-2L)
 or     28 Jonathan Stewart (5-11, 228, Fr.-HS)
                                                     FS   — 28 J.D. NELSON (5-11, 215, Jr.-2L)
WR — 80 CAMERON COLVIN (6-2, 206, So.-1L)                    9 Ryan DePalo (6-1, 203, So.-1L)
     26 Kyle Weatherspoon (6-1, 199, Jr.-2L)
                                                     RC   — 31 JUSTIN PHINISEE (5-11, 195, Sr.-3L)
HB — 44 DANTE ROSARIO (6-4, 252, JR.-2L)                     8 Jackie Bates (5-10, 180, So.-1L)
      82 Dan Kause (6-4, 250, Jr.-2L)
   or 38 Matt Larkin 6-2, 210, Fr.-RS)

                           or

WR — 18 JAMES FINLEY (6-2, 200, Jr.-TR)
      1 Garren Strong (6-3, 200, So.-1L)

Return Specialists

KR —  21 TERRELL JACKSON (5-9, 196, Fr.-RS)       or        JONATHAN STEWART
                                                         28 JONATHAN STEWART (5-11, 228, Fr.-HS)
      31 JUSTIN PHINISEE (5-11, 195, Sr.-3L)      or                DAVIS
                                                         41 SHARROD DAVIS (5-11, 181, Fr.-RS)
PR — 31 JUSTIN PHINISEE (5-11, 195, Sr.-3L)
      41 Sharrod Davis (5-11, 181, Fr.-RS)
         BRADY
HO — 16 BRADY LEAF (6-5, 225, So.-1L)
      10 Dennis Dixon (6-4, 192, So.-1L
         MATT
KO — 20 MATT EVENSEN (6-1, 181, Fr.-RS)
   or 36 PAUL MARTINEZ (6-2, 215, Jr.-1L)
         PAUL
PK — 36 PAUL MARTINEZ (6-2, 215, Jr.-1L)
      20 Matt Evensen (6-1, 181, Fr.-RS)
P—    98 AARON KNOWLES (6-0, 182, Jr.-RS)
      14 Matt Dragich (6-1, 218, Jr.-TR)
LS — 90 ERIC STEIMER (6-0, 225, So.-RS)
      52 Mark Sunga (6-0, 228, Fr.-HS)
SS — 90 ERIC STEIMER (6-0, 225, So.-RS)
      75 Geoff Schwartz (6-7, 366, So.-1L)
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                                                                           THE LAST TIME
                      Yards
Player Rushed for 100 Yards
by UO 110, Terrence Whitehead at Oregon State 11/20/04                                                      Touchdown
                                                                                   Player Blocked Punt for Touchdown
by Opp 122, Reggie Bush, USC and 111 LenDale White, USC 9/24/05                    by UO Keith Lewis (Jordan Carey) vs. Michigan 9/20/03
                                                                                   by Opp Jason Hill (Jeremy Bohannon), Washington State 9/27/03
Two Players Rushed for 100 Yards
                             Yards
by UO Onterrio Smith (285) and Maurice Morris (138) at Washington State 10/27/01                           Touchdown)
                                                                                   Player Blocked Punt (No Touchdown)
by Opp Reggie Bush (122) and LenDale White (111), USC 9/24/05                      by UO Keith Lewis vs. Washington State 9/27/03
                                                                                   by Opp D.D. Acholonu, Washington State 9/27/03
                      Yards
Player Rushed for 200 Yards
by UO 285, Onterrio Smith at Washington State 10/27/01 (SCHOOL RECORD)                                             Touchdown
                                                                                   Player Blocked a Field Goal for Touchdown
by Opp 290, Michael Bennett, Wisconsin 9/9/00                                      by UO
                                                                                   by Opp Marlin Jackson (Jeremy LeSueur), Michigan 9/20/03
Player Rushed 30 Times
by UO 35 (124 yds.) Onterrio Smith vs. Fresno State 9/7/02                                                          Touchdown)
                                                                                   Player Blocked a Field Goal (No Touchdown)
by Opp 36 (153 yds.) Steven Jackson, Oregon State 11/23/02                         by UO Haloti Ngata vs. Idaho 9/25/04
                                                                                   by Opp Brodney Pool, Oklahoma 9/18/04
                    Touchdowns
Player Rushed for 3 Touchdowns
by UO 3, Onterrio Smith vs. Arizona State 10/19/02                                 Player Scored a Safety
by Opp 3, Thomas Dapeh, Minnesota 12/31/03                                         by UO Team vs. Montana 9/10/05
                                                                                   by Opp Team, Texas 12/29/00
                      Yards
Player Passed for 400 Yards
by UO 437, Kellen Clemens (36-55) at Washington State 10/9/04                                        Yard
                                                                                   Player had a 70+ Yard Punt
by Opp 448, Carson Palmer (31-42), USC 10/26/02                                    by UO 75, Kurtis Doerr at Michigan State 9/2/99
                                                                                   by Opp 80, Derek McLaughlin, Washington 11/16/02
Player Completed 25 Passes
by UO 28, Kellen Clemens (332 yds) vs. Fresno St. 9/17/05                                            50-Y
                                                                                   Player Scored on 50-Yard Run or Longer
by Opp 33, Paul Pinegar (418 yds), Fresno St. 9/17/05                              by UO 57, Onterio Smith vs. Arizona State 10/19/02
                                                                                   by Opp 77, Shelton Sampson, Washington 11/1/03
Player Attempted 40 Passes
by UO 40, Kellen Clemens (24 comp.) vs. Montana 9/10/05                                             50-Y
                                                                                   Player Scored on 50-Yard Pass Play or Longer
by Opp 43, Paul Pinegar (33 comp.), Fresno St., 9/17/05                            by UO 59, Demetrius Williams (Kellen Clemens) vs. Indiana 9/11/04
                                                                                   by Opp 63, Reggie Williams (Casey Paus), Washington 11/1/03
                             Touchdowns
Player Passed for 4 or more Touchdowns
by UO 4, Kellen Clemens vs. Fresno State 9/17/05                                                      80-Y
                                                                                   Player Scored on 80-Yard Pass Play or Longer
by Opp 4, Derek Anderson, Oregon State 11/20/04                                    by UO 85, Demetrius Williams (Kellen Clemens) at Washington 11/1/03
                                                                                   by Opp 83, Junior Taylor (Drew Olson), UCLA 11/13/04
Player Caught 10 or More Passes
by UO 10, James Finely (95 yds) at Houston 9/1/05                                               70-Y
                                                                                   Player had a 70-Yard Run
by Opp 10, Craig Bragg (115 yds), UCLA 11/15/03                                    by UO 75, Reuben Droughns vs. Michigan State 9/5/98
                                                                                   by Opp 77, Shelton Sampson, Washington 11/1/03
                  Yards
Player Gained 150 Yards Receiving
by UO 153, Demetrius Williams (9 rec.) vs. Arizona State 10/2/04                                 80-Y
                                                                                   Player had an 80-Yard Run
by Opp 154, Mike Hass (9 rec.), Oregon State 11/20/04                              by UO 80, Ricky Whittle vs. California 11/7/92
                                                                                   by Opp 83, Michael Bennett, Wisconsin 9/9/00
Two players had 100 yards Receiving
by UO Tim Day (152) and Demetrius Williams (126) at Washington State 10/9/04                     50-Y
                                                                                   Player Kicked 50-Yard or Longer Field Goal
by Opp Devard Darling (133) and Mike Bush (107), Washington State 11/9/02          by UO 51, Paul Martinez at Houston 9/1/05
                                                                                   by Opp 52, Justin Medlock, UCLA 11/13/04
                   Touchdown
Player Made Three Touchdown Receptions
by UO 3, Demetrius Williams at Arizona 9/13/03
by Opp 3, Reggie Williams, Washington 11/16/02                                                                             TEAM

                        Yards
Player Accumulated 100 Yards or More Punt Returns                                                  Yards Total
                                                                                   Surpassed 500 Yards Total Offense
by UO 103, Keenan Howry vs. Oregon State 12/1/01                                   by UO 554, at Houston 9/1/05
by Opp 146, Curtis Conway, USC 10/10/92                                            by Opp 593, USC 9/24/05

                           Touchdown
Player Returned Punt for Touchdown                                                                 Yards
                                                                                   Rushed for 300 Yards
by UO 73 , Justin Phinisee vs. UCLA 11/13/04                                       by UO 446 vs. Washington State 10/27/01 (SCHOOL RECORD)
by Opp 52, Michael Bumpus, Washington State 10/9/04                                by Opp 302, Wisconsin 9/9/00

                         Yards
Player Accumulated 200 Yards or More Kickoff Returns                                              Yards
                                                                                   Passed for 400 Yards
by UO 240, Tony Cherry vs. Washington State 10/27/84 (SCHOOL RECORD)               by UO 437 at Washington State 10/9/04
by Opp 211, Dee Moronkola, Washington State 10/10/98                               by Opp 448, USC 10/26/02

                            Touchdown
Player Returned Kickoff for Touchdown                                              Scored a Shutout
by UO 83, Jonathan Stewart, 9/10/05                                                by UO 35-0 vs. Stanford 10/25/03
by Opp 98, Lance Bennett, Indiana 9/11/04                                          by Opp 0-63 at Nebraska 9/28/85

Player Made Three or More Interceptions                                            Scored 50 Points
by UO 3, Steve Smith, vs. Colorado 1/1/02                                          by UO 58-21 vs. Idaho 9/14/02
by Opp 3, Jake Cookus, Oregon State 11/18/00                                       by Opp 50-21 at Oregon State 11/20/04

                                 Touchdown
Player Returned Interception for Touchdown                                                                Yards
                                                                                   Failed to Rush for 100 Yards
by UO Chris Solomona vs. Washington (10 yds) 10/30/04                              by UO 77 vs. Minnesota 12/31/03
by Opp Trey Brown, UCLA (43 yds) 11/13/04                                          by Opp 31, Montana 9/10/05

                                      Touchdown
Player Recovered/Returned Fumble for Touchdown                                                             Yards
                                                                                   Failed to Pass for 100 Yards
by UO Steven Moore at Washington State (12 yds) 11/9/02                            by UO 96 vs. California 10/15/94
by Opp Greg Carothers, Washington (55 yds) 11/1/03                                 by Opp 71, Indiana 9/11/04

Player Kicked Four or More Field Goals                                                                 Yards Total
                                                                                   Failed to Gain 100 Yards Total Offense
by UO 6, Paul Martinez at Montana, 9/10/05                                         by UO 97 (27 rush, 70 pass) at Washington State 10/8/94
by Opp 5, Alexis Serna, Oregon State 11/20/04                                      by Opp 88, San Jose State 10/6/62

              Point        Touchdown
Player Missed Point After Touchdown                                                Team had 100 or More Penalty Yards
                                                                                                                  Yards
by UO Paul Martinez vs. Fresno State 9/17/05                                       by UO 105 at Houston(12 penalties) 9/1/05
by Opp Loren Langley, Washington State 10/9/04                                     by Opp 155, Fresno State (16 penalties) 9/17/05

                          Tackles
Player Made 15 or More Tackles
by UO 17, David Moretti vs. Wake Forest 12/30/02
by Opp 18, Cole Snyder, Idaho 9/25/04

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  Oregon Overall Team Statistics (as of Sep 26, 2005)
                       All games

TEAM STATISTICS                         ORE          OPP
--------------------------------------------------------
SCORING.......................          135          117
  Points Per Game.............         33.8         29.2
FIRST DOWNS...................           98           82
  Rushing.....................           27           31
  Passing.....................           57           46
  Penalty.....................           14            5
RUSHING YARDAGE...............          518          521
  Yards gained rushing........          608          626
  Yards lost rushing..........           90          105
  Rushing Attempts............          140          126
  Average Per Rush............          3.7          4.1
  Average Per Game............        129.5        130.2
  TDs Rushing.................            2            5
PASSING YARDAGE...............         1216         1158
  Att-Comp-Int................    173-106-2     156-96-6
  Average Per Pass............          7.0          7.4
  Average Per Catch...........         11.5         12.1
  Average Per Game............        304.0        289.5
  TDs Passing.................           10           10
TOTAL OFFENSE.................         1734         1679
  Total Plays.................          313          282
  Average Per Play............          5.5          6.0
  Average Per Game............        433.5        419.8
KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS.........       19-444       27-654
PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS.........        11-96         7-28
INT RETURNS: #-YARDS..........         6-64         2-11
KICK RETURN AVERAGE...........         23.4         24.2
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE...........          8.7          4.0
INT RETURN AVERAGE............         10.7          5.5
FUMBLES-LOST..................          4-2          3-2
PENALTIES-YARDS...............       31-282       48-427
  Average Per Game............         70.5        106.8
PUNTS-YARDS...................       16-577       21-704
  Average Per Punt............         36.1         33.5
  Net punt average............         34.3         29.0
TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME.......        29:25        30:35
3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS..........        28/66        24/59
  3rd-Down Pct................          42%          41%
4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS..........          2/6          3/8
  4th-Down Pct................          33%          38%
SACKS BY-YARDS................         7-52         7-33
MISC YARDS....................            0            0
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED.............           13           15
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS..........        14-17          4-5
PAT-ATTEMPTS..................         7-10        15-15
ATTENDANCE....................       175499        19981
  Games/Avg Per Game..........      3/58500      1/19981
  Neutral Site Games..........                       0/0

SCORE BY QUARTERS      1st   2nd   3rd   4th     Total
--------------------   ---   ---   ---   ---       ---
Oregon..............    36    41    32    26   -   135
Opponents...........    31    24    31    31   -   117
                                      Oregon Game Results (as of Sep 26, 2005)
                                                     All games

                                                                        Overall              Conference
     Date           Opponent                                   Score    Record                Record         Time       Attend
     ----           --------                                   -----   --------              --------        ----       ------
     Sep 1, 2005 at Houston                                  W 38-24    1- 0- 0               0- 0- 0        3:55        19981
     Sep 10, 2005   MONTANA                                  W 47-14    2- 0- 0               0- 0- 0        3:30        58169
     Sep 17, 2005   #23 FRESNO STATE                         W 37-34    3- 0- 0               0- 0- 0        3:40        58201
   * Sep 24, 2005   #1 USC                                     13-45 L 3- 1- 0                0- 1- 0        3:28        59129

   * indicates conference game



                               First    ----RUSHING----      ----------PASSING----------      --TOTAL OFFENSE--     Return    Penalty   Turn-
Opponent               Score   Downs     Number-Yards        Attempts-Comp-Int     Yards       Plays      Yards      Yards     Yards    Overs
--------               -----   --/--    -------/-------      --------/--------     --/--       --/--     ---/---     --/--    ---/---   --/--
Houston.............   38-24   30/19    36-206 / 26-100     49-30- 1 / 43-24- 2   348/312      85/69     554/412    178/203   105/106    1/2
MONTANA.............   47-14   21/7     38-87   / 30-31     48-27- 0 / 31-16- 2   339/113      86/61     426/144    162/204    49/80     2/3
FRESNO STATE........   37-34   31/25    37-160 / 28-112    39-28- 0 / 43-33- 1    332/418      76/71     492/530     64/155    60/155   0/1
USC.................   13-45   16/31    29-65   / 42-278   37-21- 1 / 39-23- 1    197/315      66/81     262/593    200/131    68/86    1/2


Totals.............. 135-117   98/82   140-518 /126-521    173-106- 2/156- 96- 6 1216/1158    313/282   1734/1679   604/693   282/427   4/8


Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category
                  Oregon Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 26, 2005)
                                          All games

RUSHING           GP   Att Gain Loss        Net    Avg    TD Long Avg/G           PUNT RETURNS      No.   Yds    Avg TD Long
-----------------------------------------------------------                       ---------------------------------------
Whitehead,T.       4    53   196      19    177    3.3     1    20   44.2         Phinisee,Justin     9    85    9.4   0   28
Clemens,Kellen     4    39   187      45    142    3.6     0    43   35.5         Brown,Andiel        1    11   11.0   0   11
Jackson,Terrell    4    12    66       3     63    5.2     0    18   15.8         Weatherspoon,K.     1     0    0.0   0    0
Dixon,Dennis       3    14    63       3     60    4.3     1    13   20.0         Total..........    11    96    8.7   0   28
Stewart,J.         2     7    53       0     53    7.6     0    33   26.5         Opponents......     7    28    4.0   0   24
Mittasch,Niles     1     2    17       0     17    8.5     0    12   17.0
Weatherspoon,K.    4     1    13       0     13   13.0     0    13    3.2         INTERCEPTIONS     No.   Yds    Avg TD Long
Williams,D.        4     2      5      0      5    2.5     0     4    1.2         ---------------------------------------
Brown,Andiel       2     1      1      0      1    1.0     0     1    0.5         Gipson,Aaron        4    62   15.5   0   38
Finley,James       4     2      0      2     -2   -1.0     0     0   -0.5         Woods,Rodney        2     2    1.0   0    2
Colvin,Cameron     4     4      7     10     -3   -0.8     0     7   -0.8         Total..........     6    64   10.7   0   38
Leaf,Brady         4     1      0      4     -4   -4.0     0     0   -1.0         Opponents......     2    11    5.5   0   11
TEAM               3     2      0      4     -4   -2.0     0     0   -1.3
Total..........    4   140   608      90    518    3.7     2    43 129.5          KICK RETURNS      No.   Yds    Avg TD Long
Opponents......    4   126   626     105    521    4.1     5    38 130.2          ---------------------------------------
                                                                                  Davis,Sharrod       6   135   22.5   0   31
PASSING           GP    Effic Att-Cmp-Int          Pct    Yds   TD Lng Avg/G      Stewart,J.          3   122   40.7   1   83
---------------------------------------------------------------                   Chung,Patrick       2    34   17.0   0   19
Clemens,Kellen     4   142.60    155-97-0         62.6 1123      9   47 280.8     Bates,Jackie        2    25   12.5   0   17
Dixon,Dennis       3   120.12       10-7-2        70.0     68    1   39   22.7    Phinisee,Justin     2    37   18.5   0   21
Leaf,Brady         4    82.00        5-2-0        40.0     25    0   13     6.2   Brown,Andiel        2    53   26.5   0   53
Strong,Garren      3     0.00        1-0-0         0.0      0    0    0     0.0   Jackson,Terrell     2    38   19.0   0   21
TEAM               3     0.00        1-0-0         0.0      0    0    0     0.0   Total..........    19   444   23.4   1   83
Dragich, Matt      3     0.00        1-0-0         0.0      0    0    0     0.0   Opponents......    27   654   24.2   0   74
Total..........    4   137.08    173-106-2        61.3 1216     10   47 304.0
Opponents......    4   137.35    156-96-6         61.5 1158     10   70 289.5     FUMBLE RETURNS    No.   Yds    Avg TD Long
                                                                                  ---------------------------------------
RECEIVING         GP   No.   Yds      Avg    TD Long Avg/G                        Total..........     0     0    0.0   0    0
-------------------------------------------------                                 Opponents......     0     0    0.0   0    0
Williams,D.        4    27   404     15.0     5    47 101.0
Finley,James       4    20   201     10.1     0    26    50.2
Whitehead,T.       4    13   114      8.8     1    42    28.5
Colvin,Cameron     4     9   120     13.3     2    46    30.0
Rosario,Dante      4     8    80     10.0     1    14    20.0
Day,Tim            4     8    76      9.5     0    21    19.0
Weatherspoon,K.    4     6    78     13.0     1    39    19.5
Strong,Garren      3     5    60     12.0     0    19    20.0
Jackson,Terrell    4     4    11      2.8     0     7     2.8
Kent,Jordan        3     1    41     41.0     0    41    13.7
Larson,Drew        1     1    13     13.0     0    13    13.0
Kause,Dan          3     1    12     12.0     0    12     4.0
Keeling,Ryan       4     1      6     6.0     0     6     1.5
Stewart,J.         2     1      5     5.0     0     5     2.5
Williams,Jaison    4     1    -5     -5.0     0     0    -1.2
Total..........    4   106 1216      11.5    10    47 304.0
Opponents......    4    96 1158      12.1    10    70 289.5
                  Oregon Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 26, 2005)
                                          All games

                                   |------- PATs -------|
SCORING            TD   FGs    Kick      Rush Rcv Pass      DXP Saf Points         TOTAL OFFENSE     G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G
---------------------------------------------------------------                    ----------------------------------------------
Martinez,Paul       0 14-17      6-9      0-0    0   0-0     0     0     48        Clemens,Kellen    4       194    142 1123      1265 316.2
Williams,D.         5   0-0      0-0      0-0    0   0-0     0     0     30        Whitehead,T.      4        53    177      0       177   44.2
Whitehead,T.        2   0-0      0-0      1-1    0   0-0     0     0     14        Dixon,Dennis      3        24     60     68       128   42.7
Colvin,Cameron      2   0-0      0-0      0-0    0   0-0     0     0     12        Jackson,Terrell   4        12     63      0        63   15.8
Dixon,Dennis        1   0-0      0-0      0-0    0   0-0     0     0      6        Stewart,J.        2         7     53      0        53   26.5
Rosario,Dante       1   0-0      0-0      0-0    0   0-0     0     0      6        Leaf,Brady        4         6     -4     25        21    5.2
Weatherspoon,K.     1   0-0      0-0      0-0    0   0-0     0     0      6        Mittasch,Niles    1         2     17      0        17   17.0
Stewart,J.          1   0-0      0-0      0-0    0   0-0     0     0      6        Weatherspoon,K.   4         1     13      0        13    3.2
Ngata,Haloti        0   0-0      0-0      0-0    0   0-0     0     1      2        Williams,D.       4         2      5      0         5    1.2
Strong,Garren       0   0-0      0-0      0-0    1   0-0     0     0      2        Brown,Andiel      2         1      1      0         1    0.5
Schwartz,Geoff      0   0-0      0-0      0-0    1   0-0     0     0      2        Finley,James      4         2     -2      0        -2   -0.5
Evensen,Matt        0   0-0      1-1      0-0    0   0-0     0     0      1        Colvin,Cameron    4         4     -3      0        -3   -0.8
Leaf,Brady          0   0-0      0-0      0-0    0   1-1     0     0      0        TEAM              3         3     -4      0        -4   -1.3
Clemens,Kellen      0   0-0      0-0      0-0    0   1-1     0     0      0        Total..........   4       313    518 1216      1734 433.5
Total..........    13 14-17      7-10     1-1    2   2-2     0     1     135       Opponents......   4       282    521 1158      1679 419.8
Opponents......    15   4-5    15-15      0-0    0   0-0     0     0     117



                                                                                   PUNTING           No.      Yds     Avg Long        TB   FC I20 Blkd
FIELD GOALS       FGM-FGA     Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk             -----------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------------------                  Dragich, Matt      10      334    33.4     45       0    2     4    0
Martinez,Paul      14-17    82.4   0-0     5-5    4-6      4-5     1-1   51    0   Knowles,Aaron         6    243    40.5     52       0    1     1    0
                                                                                   Total..........    16      577    36.1     52       0    3     5    0
FG SEQUENCE             Oregon                                   OPPONENTS         Opponents......    21      704    33.5     46       1    1     3    0
-------------------------------------------------------------
Houston                 (22),(39),(51),32,(29),(24)              (43)              KICKOFFS          No.       Yds     Avg    TB      OB   Retn    Net YdLn
Montana                 (26),(40),(38),(37),(42),(20)            42                --------------------------------------------------------
Fresno State            41,(45)                                  (27),(27)         Evensen,Matt       19      1099    57.8       2     0
USC                     (37),37,(48)                             (36)              Martinez,Paul      11       652    59.3       1     0
                                                                                   Total..........    30      1751    58.4       3     0    714 34.6       30
Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.                             Opponents......    24      1342    55.9       3     1    504 34.9       30
          Oregon Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 26, 2005)
                                  All games

ALL PURPOSE       G Rush    Rec   PR   KOR   IR   Tot Avg/G
------------------------------------------------------
Williams,D.       4     5   404    0     0    0   409 102.2
Whitehead,T.      4   177   114    0     0    0   291   72.8
Finley,James      4    -2   201    0     0    0   199   49.8
Stewart,J.        2    53     5    0   122    0   180   90.0
Clemens,Kellen    4   142     0    0     0    0   142   35.5
Davis,Sharrod     4     0     0    0   135    0   135   33.8
Phinisee,Justin   4     0     0   85    37    0   122   30.5
Colvin,Cameron    4    -3   120    0     0    0   117   29.2
Jackson,Terrell   4    63    11    0    38    0   112   28.0
Weatherspoon,K.   4    13    78    0     0    0    91   22.8
Rosario,Dante     4     0    80    0     0    0    80   20.0
Day,Tim           4     0    76    0     0    0    76   19.0
Brown,Andiel      2     1     0   11    53    0    65   32.5
Gipson,Aaron      4     0     0    0     0   62    62   15.5
Dixon,Dennis      3    60     0    0     0    0    60   20.0
Strong,Garren     3     0    60    0     0    0    60   20.0
Kent,Jordan       3     0    41    0     0    0    41   13.7
Chung,Patrick     4     0     0    0    34    0    34   8.5
Bates,Jackie      4     0     0    0    25    0    25   6.2
Mittasch,Niles    1    17     0    0     0    0    17   17.0
Larson,Drew       1     0    13    0     0    0    13   13.0
Kause,Dan         3     0    12    0     0    0    12   4.0
Keeling,Ryan      4     0     6    0     0    0     6   1.5
Woods,Rodney      4     0     0    0     0    2     2   0.5
Leaf,Brady        4    -4     0    0     0    0    -4   -1.0
TEAM              3    -4     0    0     0    0    -4   -1.3
Williams,Jaison   4     0    -5    0     0    0    -5   -1.2
Total..........   4   518 1216    96   444   64 2338 584.5
Opponents......   4   521 1158    28   654   11 2372 593.0
                Oregon Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Sep 26, 2005)
                                       All games

                       |--------Tackles--------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd
DEFENSIVE LEADERS   GP Solo Ast Total    TFL/Yds   No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
28 Nelson,J.D.       4   13   20    33      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
34 Tuitele,A.J.      4   18   13    31   2.0-3       .        .       1   1    .      .    .   .
15 Chung,Patrick     4   19    8    27      .        .        .       1   .    .      .    .   .
84 Trucks,Anthony    4   11   15    26   2.0-4       .        .       2   .    .      .    .   .
31 Phinisee,Justin   4   18    4    22   1.0-1       .        .       3   .    .      .    .   .
42 Haberly,Brent     4   12    6    18      .        .        .       1   1    .      .    .   .
5 Gipson,Aaron       4   12    5    17   3.0-9       .       4-62     2   .    .      .    .   .
96 Ngata,Haloti      4    8    7    15   3.5-17   2.0-12      .       1   .   1-0     1    .   1
8 Bates,Jackie       4    8    6    14   2.0-3       .        .       2   .    .      .    .   .
45 Toeaina,Matt      4    4    7    11   2.5-19   2.0-16      .       3   2    .      .    .   .
95 Sanders,Darius    4    6    3     9   5.0-29   1.0-11      .       .   2    .      .    .   .
22 Vincent,Chris     4    4    4     8      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
9 DePalo,Ryan        4    6    1     7      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
92 Long,Devan        2    4    3     7   0.5-2       .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
30 Agyeman,Kwame     4    2    3     5      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
7 Woods,Rodney       4    4    1     5      .        .       2-2      .   .    .      .    .   .
97 Linehan,Cole      4    2    2     4   1.0-1       .        .       .   2    .      .    .   .
41 Davis,Sharrod     4    2    2     4      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
37 Andrews,Justin    4    1    3     4      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
33 Phillips,Blair    3    1    2     3      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
49 Reed,Nick         3    2    .     2   1.0-2       .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
3 Spates,D.          3    2    .     2      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
56 Filipe,Victor     4    1    .     1   1.0-9    1.0-9       .       .   .    .      .    .   .
80 Colvin,Cameron    4    .    1     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
36 Martinez,Paul     4    1    .     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
38 Mulvanny,Chris    2    1    .     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
59 Reynoso,Ian       4    1    .     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
44 Rosario,Dante     4    1    .     1      .        .        .       .   .   1-0     .    .   .
13 Boyd,Jerome       4    1    .     1      .        .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
90 Faaeteete,David   3    1    .     1   1.0-2       .        .       .   .    .      .    .   .
60 Unger,Max         4    .    .     .      .        .        .       .   .   1-0     .    .   .
TM TEAM              3    .    .     .      .     1.0-4       .       .   .    .      .    .   .
   Total..........   4 166 116     282    25-101    7-52     6-64    16   8   3-0     1    .   1
   Opponents......   4 167 148     315    22-62     7-33     2-11    26   5   2-0     1    1   .

								
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