Oregon stuns USC on the road to capture Pac-12 championship

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Jamal Hill of Oregon came to play Friday night in the 2020 Pac-12 Championship game against No. 13 USC.

Hill had three interceptions of two-quarter quarterback Kaden Slavis, including an incredible toe-tap pick in the fourth quarter. This was exactly what was needed to keep the Ducks on the lead.

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Oregon picked up its second consecutive conference title, winning 31–24 over USC.

The Ducks went on offense with quarterbacks tandem for Tyler Shaw and Anthony Brown.

Shaw finished 8-for-15 with 91 passing yards and two touchdown passes. Brown was 3-for-4 with 17 yards passing and two touchdown passes. Each of the four touchdown passes went to four different receivers.

DJ Johnson, Jaylon Redd, Travis Dye and Hunter Kampmoyer all scored touchdown receptions in the game. Dye led the team with 55 yards rushing in 11 carries.

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USC was supposed to hold most of the game and turnovers certainly did not help.

Slovis, with his three interceptions, was 28-for-50 with 320 passing yards and two touchdown passes. USC made it a close game towards the end but the final pick for Hill was a stab in the heart.

USC wide receiver Brough McCoy had six catches for 76 yards and a touchdown. Tyler Vaughan, of the Trojans, was held to two catches for 24 yards.

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Oregon won its fourth Pac-12 championship game. The team had to play Friday night’s title match in a pinch for Washington. The Hawkeyes struggled with a coronovirus problem and could not make it to the Pac-12 title game. The Ducks represented the conference’s North Division and can now go to a Bridge Bowl game.

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