Oregon football

SEATTLE — The Huskies lost to Washington for the second straight time in Oregon's first Pac-12 win, beating the Ducks 36-33 seconds on Saturday at Husky Stadium.

Trailing 29-18 early in the third quarter, the Ducks went on to score two touchdowns and some solid defense, including a goal line stand and a 33-29 lead with 6:18 left. But oregon stopped in the fourth for the third time with 2:11 left in the middle, Washington quickly moved toward the winning score, and as time ran out, the Ducks missed a potential match-ting field goal.

The No. 8 Ducks (5-1, 2-1 Pac-12) will take on Washington State at home on Saturday. The No. 7 Huskies joined USC as the other two undefeated teams in Pac-12 play.

At the end of the day, they played a lot more than us," UO coach Dan Lanning said. "We made some decisions that we probably could have taken differently throughout the game, but our guys fought until the end, I think they showed some stability.

UW led 22-18 after stopping Oregon at the 3-yard line for fourth. Of Washington's three fourth-down stops in the game, Lanning said the decision he would reevaluate most closely in film reviews.

Defensively, Steve Stephens IV led the Ducks with seven tackles, Brandon Dorlas had five tackles with a sack and Jahlil Florence had an interception. Oregon held Washington to a season-low 415 yards and 316 yards by the wind.

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