Oregon Vs. ASU Score Update: De'Anthony Thomas Scores, Ducks Trail 14-7 In Second Quarter

The most anticipated Pac-12  divisional game of the week is certainly living up to its billing early on. The number 18 Arizona State Sun Devils come to town looking to prove their legitimacy against the number 9 Oregon Ducks, who are attempting to cement their status as a top-ten team.

Early in the first quarter, ASU's gigantic quarterback Brock Osweiler connected on a 20-yard touchdown pass to Gerell Robinson to put the Sun Devils on the board first. The Ducks responded with a 16-yard touchdown run by De'Anthony Thomas to knot the score.

Just a few minutes later, however, Osweiler launched yet another long touchdown pass, this one a 25-yarder to Mike Willie. The Ducks appeared to match them touchdown-for-touchdown shortly afterward, but a penalty brought the ball back, and Oregon failed to convert on fourth down with just over two minutes left in the first quarter.

Still a lot of football left in this one, but it looks like it's going to be the shoot-out that everyone was hoping for.

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