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LIVE UPDATES: No. 4 Oregon vs. Stony Brook

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Where: Autzen Stadium (Eugene, Oregon)

When: Saturday, September 18 at approx. 4:30 p.m. PST

TV: Pac-12 Network

Announcers: Guy Haberman (play-by-play), Shane Vereen (analyst)

Stream: FUBO TV, Pac-12 Live

Listen: Oregon Sports Network from Learfield IMG College, local radio: KUJZ-FM 95.3 (Eugene), KFXX-AM 1080 (Portland), Sirius: 133 | XM: 197


FINAL: 48-7 Oregon


Max Wysocki, Jayson Jones, and Lucas Noland are a few reserves that are on the field as the clock winds down and the Ducks improve to 3-0.

Stony Brook drive 2:42:


Trey Benson rushes up the middle for his first career touchdown. PAT is good. 48-7 Oregon (2:42 4Q). Ducks have outscored Stony Brook 31-0 in the second half.

Cardwell takes the pitch for eight yards to the Stony Brook 3 and comes up gingerly as he heads to the sideline.

Isaah Crocker shows some shiftiness as he evades multiple defenders and picks up a first down. Butterfield is leading the offense down the field.

Butterfield's throw to Cooper Shults is deflected and incomplete. 

On fourth down and one, Byron Cardwell comes in and picks up the first down on his first touch.

Butterfield's first completion is to Thornton for six yards.

Offensive line this drive: Kingsley Suamataia, Faoope Laloulu, Jackson Powers-Johnson, Marcus Harper II, and Bram Walden.

Jay Butterfield is in at quarterback. Seven McGee is in at running back.

Oregon drive 6:55:


Brandon Buckner forces a fumble, and the Ducks recover for their fourth forced turnover of the game. Ducks take over at their 35.

There is a review for targeting on Jamal Hill. Call is overturned and roughing the passer is the call.

Stony Brook drive 8:18:


Troy Franklin is down and being attended to by medical staff. Franklin is being taken to the sidelines and is walking off on his own power.

Ty Thompson fires to Dont'e Thornton for his first career catch, and he gets several blocks and makes a few defenders miss as he bounds into the endzone for his first touchdown. PAT is good. 41-7 Oregon (8:26 4Q).

Oregon drive 8:37:


Ducks get the ball back on a fourth-down misfire by Fields.

Noah Sewell remains out there, and he brings down Nekhet short of a first down. 

Tyquell Fields stays in the game and completes a pass for a first down. Oregon reserves are all over the field - including Kristian Williams, Jeffrey Bassa, Jake Shipley, Micah Roth, Jamal Hill, Bryan Addison, and Trikweze Bridges.

Stony Brook drive 13:08:


Camden Lewis 35-yard field goal is good. 34-7 Oregon (13:08 4Q)

Thompson is sacked for a loss of five yards.

Benson gets his first carry of the year for five yards.

Thompson fires a pass at Hutson who can't corral it and it falls incomplete.

Devon Williams is held on a deep throw from Thompson, and the Ducks move 15 yards down the field.

Trey Benson is on the field at RB3.

Trey Benson Takes Snaps as No. 3 Running Back vs. Stony Brook

Mycah Pittman returns the short punt to the Stony Brook 32-yard line.

Oregon drive 14:47


Fields throws an errant pass on third and forever, and Stony Brook will punt deep in their own territory.




Sua'ava Poti sacks Fields for a loss of nine, and it will be third down and 31 (not a typo) when the fourth quarter begins.

Keyon Ware-Hudson brings down Lawton for a loss of a yard. Defense has been bringing the juice in the second half.

A completion by Fields to Harris is negated by an offensive holding.

Stony Brook 1:38:


Dye dives up the middle for a touchdown. PAT is good. 31-7 Oregon (1:38 3Q)

Dye carries for four. Thompson finds Dye to the right for a gain of four.

Oregon drive 2:53:


On the second play of the drive, Fields throws his third interception as his receiver falls down. Bennett Williams runs it back to the Stony Brook 12-yard line.

Stony Brook drive 3:35:


The Seawolves defensive line has done a nice job tonight, tackling Verdell for no gain again. They have been flying to the ball on this possession, bringing Verdell down on a sweep. Verdell runs up the middle but comes up short and the Ducks will punt again. Extremely conservative playcalling as Thompson has only thrown six times on his first three drives.

Mycah Pittman catches the punt in heavy traffic at the Ducks 37-yard line.

Oregon drive 5:27


Shawn Harris makes another catch up the middle, but Bennett Williams piledrives him short of the first down. Stony Brook lines up to go for it and to draw Oregon offsides but instead will punt.

Oregon's defensive line has been stepping up in the run game as Popo Aumavae and Brandon Dorlus combine to bring down Ty Son Lawton. Seawolves commit another false start.

Stony Brook drive 7:45:


Ty Thompson throws his first career touchdown pass to Terrance Ferguson, who catches his first touchdown. PAT is good. 24-7 Oregon (7:45 3Q)

Stony Brook holds Dye out of the endzone on third and goal.

Steven Jones heads to the locker room with 11:50 remaining in the third quarter.

Thompson overthrows Ferguson in the endzone on second down, but doesn't miss him on third down as Ferguson rumbles for the first down.

Dye is tripped up on third and one but gets the first down. George Moore is called for an unnecessary roughness penalty. Dawson Jaramillo comes in.

Steven Jones leaves the field as the Ducks line up for a third down and three. Stony Brook jumps offsides, and the Ducks have a third and one at the 4.

Dye picks up 12 more yards on another carry to the left. Ducks are in business at the Stony Brook 12-yard line.

Thompson is back at quarterback. Anthony Brown doesn't appear to be on the sideline. The playcalling is very conservative, as Dye runs for a yard up the middle. On the next snap, he bounces outside and runs for 24 yards. Dye has surpassed 2,000 career rushing yards with that 24-yard carry.

Oregon drive 11:50


Noah Sewell gets the building buzzing with a tackle for loss of two yards. DJ Johnson is in at defensive end. On third down and 10, Fields overthrows Shawn Harris Jr., and the Ducks force a three-and-out.

Stony Brook drive 13:22:


Thompson's first completion as a Duck is a short throw to Verdell for eight yards. The offensive line gives way once again as Thompson is sacked on third down. The Ducks will punt.



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On the first snap of the second half, Verdell loses a yard. Thompson completes to Johnny Johnson III, but another offensive holding moves the Ducks back.

Ty Thompson Enters Game at Quarterback for Oregon

Mykael Wright takes the return to the Ducks 40. Ty Thompson is in at quarterback.


Start of third quarter - 17-7 Oregon


Halftime Thoughts: Oregon Leads 17-7 Over Stony Brook


END OF FIRST HALF: Oregon 17-7; Ducks get ball to start second half


Brown gets sacked again to finish off a rather unimpressive first half.

After an Oregon timeout, Brown is sacked to bring up another third and long with 25 seconds left. Ducks burn their final timeout.

Brown overthrows Devon Williams. Stony Brook jumps across to give the Ducks a free first down. If the Ducks can score here, they get the ball to start the second half as well.

Oregon's offense is moving quickly down the field as Johnny Johnson III picks up a first down and Terrance Ferguson gets another catch for nine yards.

The Ducks get out of the shadow of their own end zone with a four-yard run by Dye and a quick toss to Matavao for the first down.

Oregon drive 2:19:


On third down at the 22-yard line, Fields overthrows his man and Verone McKinley III picks off the pass at the one-yard line for his second interception. Questionable throw for the veteran quarterback, and a huge stop for the Ducks defense.

Fields throws short to Newton, and Dontae Manning makes a great tackle to prevent the first down. The Seawolves shoot themselves in the foot again, as they get called for another first down. They are trying to go fast, but they're going a little too fast.

Nate Heaukulani makes a nice stop for a short gain to bring up a big third down in third territory, but Ty Son Lawton breaks through for a nine-yard gain. Oregon defense is struggling to get consistent stops.

Seawolves are going backward as they are called for a false start. Brandon Dorlus stops the Ducks to bring up third down and 15, but Fields throws deep to Shawn Harris Jr., who flies by DJ James, for a gain of 49 yards.

Fields opens the drive up by taking a deep shot to Newton, but he overthrows him. DJ James got beat on the play.

Stony Brook drive 7:01


On third down and an eternity, Brown scrambles for a few yards and the Ducks will punt. Tom Snee's punt is a bomb, and the Ducks special teams cover the return beautifully and pin the returner to the 15-yard line.

Joe Moorhead calls up his first deep pass of the game, but Brown missed Kris Hutson. Stony Brook defense is stepping up, stopping Verdell for a loss. A third down and 11 conversion to Troy Franklin is erased by a TJ Bass holding penalty.

Verdell runs for six yards, and Brown throws to Franklin for a first down. The running backs have been heavily involved in the pass game, as Brown throws to Verdell for 15 yards. Verdell ran through a few more defenders.

Oregon drive 10:10:


Fields throws out of bounds on a deep ball down the field. Seawolves called for a delay of game to bring up 3rd and 12. Wright makes a great one-on-one tackle to force a punt.

Mykael Wright is called for a personal foul as Fields throws complete for a five-yard gain. Seawolves quickly moving into Ducks territory.

Stony Brook drive 12:03:


Brown runs around a great block from Ferguson for a seven-yard touchdown scamper. PAT is good. 17-7 Oregon (12:30 2Q)

Dye gets thrown down short of the first down. Brown throws a beautiful pass to Mycah Pittman for 30 yards down to the seven-yard line.

Dye is back in for the Ducks on the first drive of the second period. Terrance Ferguson is in as well and he gets his first grab on first down. Johnny Johnson III gets a 12-yard pickup, and Dye moves the Ducks into Stony Brook territory.

Oregon drive 15:00:


Start of second quarter - 10-7 Oregon


On third down and three at the 5-yard line, Lawton runs easily into the end zone for a five-yard touchdown. PAT is good. 10-7 Oregon (0:00 1Q). Stony Brook goes 75 yards in 11 plays to get on the board. Tough drive for the Ducks defense, which missed multiple tackles.

Nekhet gets great blocking from his offensive line and bursts up the middle for another first down. Fields runs to the left on a read-option and gets in an arm fight with McKinley, but gets to the Ducks' 7-yard line.

Fields tries to go back to Newton, but the ball goes right through Newton's arms. Steve Stephens and Noah Sewell stop Lawton to bring up fourth down and four. Seawolves line up to go for it at the Oregon 37-yard line but take a timeout.

On fourth down, Fields throws on the run to Lawton on a crosser for a gain of 14 and a first down at the Oregon 23.

Fields makes a nice throw to Khalil Newton in stride on a crosser to move into Oregon territory. The Ducks have struggled to contain receivers on underneath routes in the past couple of weeks, but they'd certainly rather struggle underneath than deep.

The Seawolves' third drive begins at the 25-yard line, and they move quickly on the first couple of plays as Seba Nekhet picks up a first down on the ground.

Stony Brook drive 5:18:


Troy Franklin gets his first catch of the day for 15 yards. Verdell picks up right where he left off last week as he boulders through multiple defenders for a nine-yard receiving touchdown. PAT is good. 10-0 Oregon (5:18 1Q) The Ducks go 86 yards in less than four minutes. Verdell gets six carries on the drive for 44 yards and his fifth total touchdown of the season.

Moliki Matavao gets an early catch for six yards as the Ducks approach Stony Brook territory. A fantastic block by Steven Jones gives Verdell a lane to the right for a first down, bouncing off of defenders as he goes down into Stony Brook territory.

CJ Verdell is in on the second drive for the Ducks and gets a short gain on his first carry. Brown throws to Johnny Johnson III for the first down; Johnson's first catch since Week 1. Verdell is carrying the load on this drive as he rushes for the first down.

Oregon drive 9:02:


A couple of short runs and a dropped pass lead to a Stony Brook punt. The Ducks will take over at their own 14.

DJ Johnson is in at defensive end.

Ty Son Lawton is stopped for a short gain by Treven Ma'ae, who is a starter for the Ducks today. On his second carry, Lawton sprints through to the right to get close to a first down. Lawton bolts up the middle for the Seawolves' first first down of the game.

Stony Brook drive 12:23:


Camden Lewis 40-yard field goal is good. 3-0 Oregon (12:23 1Q)

Travis Dye is in on the first offensive series for the Ducks, as he picks up 12 yards on his first carry, but he is stopped short of a first down on his third.

Oregon drive 14:20:


Tyquell Fields throws an interception to Verone McKinley III for the Ducks DB's second interception of the season.

Noah Sewell is making his presence felt already as he was in on the tackle on the first run of the game, and he pressured quarterback Tyquell Fields on second down.

Oregon wins the toss and defers to the second half. Stony Brook gets the ball to start.

Stony Brook drive 15:00



- 4:51 p.m. - Kayvon Thibodeaux and Bradyn Swinson are not dressed as the Ducks warm up.

- 4:40 p.m. - Both teams have returned to the football field for warmups.

- 4:38 p.m. - PA announces kickoff time of 5:07 p.m. 30-minute countdown on scoreboards has begun.

- 4:30 p.m. - Sky is opening northeast of Autzen Stadium. Fans cheer as the sun breaks through.

- 4:24 p.m. - Message on Autzen Stadium scoreboard: "Lightning Delay. Seek shelter. Pregame will resume 30 minutes after last lightning strike within 8 miles."

No. 4 Oregon vs. Stony Brook Experiencing Weather Delay

- 4:18 p.m. - Fans are returning to their seats. 

- PA announcer asked fans to exit the stadium due to severe weather conditions near Autzen Stadium, Thunder was heard. There were about 35 minutes left until kickoff when the announcement was made. We will update as soon as we get new information.

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