Oregon took care of business on Thursday night, routing Arizona State 43-21. But in a sport where style points matter, did the Ducks take their foot off the gas pedal too soon? Leading 43-7 at halftime, Oregon coach Chip Kelly decided to rest his starters in the second half, and the Ducks went scoreless the rest of the way. Did Kelly make the right call, or did he miss an opportunity? Discuss and vote below.

Why stop now?

Would an equally impressive second half have helped the team's cause for a No. 2 ranking or did the first half statement say enough?


Should Oregon have kept its foot on the pedal against Arizona State instead of resting its starters and going scoreless in the second half?


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