UNDATED (AP) - Second-ranked Oregon unleashed its high-octane offense on Wyoming this afternoon after scoring 108 points in its first two games of the season.
Oregon got two touchdown passes and two scoring runs from Heisman Trophy hopeful Marcus Mariota in a 48-14 win over Wyoming. Mariota passed for 221 yards for the 3-0 Ducks to become the fourth player in school history to throw for more than 7,000 yards. Mariota's 71 touchdown passes is a school record and he has at least one TD toss in all 29 games he's appeared in.
Byron Marshall ran six times for 80 yards and a touchdown to lead Oregon's running game. The Ducks had 556 yards, including 263 on the ground.