It was Oregon's worst loss at home since falling 54-0 to Washington in 1977. No. 18 University of Utah walloped No. 13 Oregon last night, 62-20. The Utes' 62 points were the most scored against a PAC-12 opponent since joining the league in 2011, and also the most the Ducks have ever allowed in Eugene.
Oregon coach Mark Helfrich says the loss is all on him, but he's looking ahead.
Helfrich: "How does every single individual do that same thing in terms of recognizing in terms of what they could've, should've, would've done differently - better, more, whatever it is, less and go forward. That's the key. How tomorrow and the next day, you take this, you absolutely look at it. You take it for what it's worth, you accept what you need to accept, flush it and move on."
Vernon Adams started despite a broken index finger but he didn't last long and was replaced by backup Jeff Lockie in the 2nd quarter.
Receiver Byron Marshall left the game with what appeared to be a right ankle injury. Marshall was hurt on a kickoff return early in the 2nd half and had to be helped off the field by trainers.