Tennessee Tech Vs. Oregon Score Update: Ducks Lead 21-7 After First Quarter

The Oregon Ducks hold a 21-7 lead after one quarter of play in their game against the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles on Saturday afternoon at Autzen Stadium.

Tennessee Tech jumped out to the early lead after the Ducks' De'Anthony Thomas fumbled a punt and gave the Golden Eagles the ball on the Oregon 23. TTU would score on the next play on a pass from Tre Lamb to former Tennessee star Da'Rick Rogers, and jump on top, 7-0.

It has been all Oregon from that point. The Ducks answered right back, taking one minute to go 63 yards on five plays. Barner scored on a 1-yard run to cap the drive and the game was tied at seven,

The Ducks would score on their next two drives. First, on a 59-yard rushing score from Thomas. He would score again just minutes later on a 49-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Marcus Mariota.

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