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2-5, 6th in Pac 12 - North
Who's coaching seat is hotter: Strong or Helfrich? (1:30)

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon ranks no. 126 nationally in scoring defense. Stanford ranks no. 126 nationally in scoring offense. There are 128 total teams. There's some impressive symmetry in the fall of the Pac-12's two former kings.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon running back Royce Freeman said he was fine after the Ducks' loss to Cal, but he certainly didn't look fine. He rushed the ball 15 times for 10 yards. The junior hasn't really looked like himself since the Nebraska loss (with the exception of the Wazzu game when he rushed for three TDs and 138 yards on 19 carries).

In-season firing list hits four, will Strong be No. 5? (1:34)
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Will Mark Helfrich finish this season?

Friday's double OT loss to Cal was Oregon's fifth straight defeat, marking its longest losing streak since 1996 and dropping the Ducks' record to 2-5 (0-4 vs. Pac-12). GameDay Final

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2dAdam Rittenberg

Should Alabama start to worry about Auburn?

Is Auburn the biggest threat to Bama's perfect season? Is Penn State back? And are Leonard Fournette and Baker Mayfield in the Heisman mix again? We look at Week 8 storylines to see what's real.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Tony Brooks-James also credited Mark Helfrich's message to the team for keeping this game close: "Without coach, a lot of players would have lost it. He is one of the coaches that cares. He cares for the little things and when anything goes wrong he puts it on himself... he takes the pressure off us players."

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon RB Tony Brooks-James shot down rumors that the Ducks eased up on effort in their loss to Cal: "Everyone who says we quit are just liars. We gave it all. We gave it everything we had."

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Cal and Oregon combined for an FBS record 203 plays -- and only one turnover. And that turnover was the game's final, deciding play. This was #Pac12AfterDark at its finest.

Golden Bears need 2OT to win Pac-12 thriller (2:44)

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Cal ran an FBS record 118 plays tonight


Cal outlasts Oregon in 2OT

After Cal took the lead on a 28-yard field goal by Matt Anderson opening the second OT, Jordan Kunaszyk intercepts Oregon's Justin Herbert on second-and-8 to seal a 52-49 win for the Golden Bears.

Interception in 2OT wins wild game for Cal (2:01)

Cal forces second OT on Webb run

Cal answers Oregon's overtime score with a Davis Webb 1-yard keeper. The extra point was good as Cal and Oregon move to a second overtime tied at 49-49.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

In other words, Oregon has trailed over 96 percent of the time in Pac-12 play this season.


Oregon opens OT with a TD

Justin Herbert completes a 20-yard TD pass to Jalen Brown to open overtime. Oregon leads 49-42.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon has played 240 minutes of Pac-12 football this year. The Ducks have led for only 10 minutes and 28 seconds of them.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon and Cal have surpassed the over-under total of 90 in overtime. Mark Helfrich's icing of Bears' kicker Matt Anderson did the trick.


Nelson breaks free for game-tying TD

Charles Nelson takes a pass from Justin Herbert and breaks it for a 42-yard, game-tying TD. Oregon and Cal are tied at 42-42 with less than three minutes left in fourth quarter.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

We're at 84 total points in Cal-Oregon. Next touchdown plus extra point pushes it over the total of 90

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Cal and Oregon have combined for 23 penalties and 233 penalty yards in this game.

Team Stats

Passing Yards240.0Tied-54th
Rushing Yards248.418th
Points For38.621st
Points Against43.3126th

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