Civil War 2012 score update: Oregon extends lead to 20-10 at halftime

Jonathan Ferrey

The Ducks are on top after two quarters of play in Corvallis.

The Oregon Ducks lead the Oregon State Beavers 20-10 at halftime of the 2012 Civil War. The Ducks scored two touchdowns in the second quarter to take control of the rivalry match-up, and grab the lead back from the Beavers.

Oregon State came in to the second quarter with a 7-6 lead, but the Ducks didn't take long to turn the tide. De'Anthony Thomas scored a 2-yard rushing touchdown to cap a 12-play, 68-yard drive and suddenly UO was back on top at 13-7.

As they do so often, Oregon scored again soon after. After forcing a Beavers punt, the Ducks went on a second-straight touchdown drive. This time, Kenjon Barner hit paydirt from the 1-yard line and Oregon held a two-score advantage for the first time on the day.

The Beavers tried to keep contact, as they drove for a 37-yard field goal as time expired to complete the first half scoring. Oregon State will get the ball first to start the second half.

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